Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Wishcasting Wednesday:What do you wish to remember?

There are so many things that I could write about, especially after reading so many people's posts.  Things from my childhood, that my sisters can remember (Sometimes I have absolutely no memory), day to day things, not to get all worked up over nothing, to let things go, etc.  I could go on and on, but what I really wish to remember is a dream I had one night.  I'm not sure if it was the feeling while I was in the dream, the path that I took there, where I need up, but I keep thinking of that dream?  Even last night while I was going to sleep, I tried to remember the dream and this dream happened quite a while ago!  There is something that makes me want to remember, but there is so little that I remember, I can't even remember why I want to remember the dream!

As simple as this sounds, I really want to remember that dream!

Amy

8 comments:

  1. Try writing down what you do remember on a notepad by your bed just before you drift off to sleep, then as you relax into sleep, don't try so hard to remember it, just tell yourself that you are open to receive the message the dream was trying to give you. As you wish for yourself, so I also wish for you.

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  2. I keep a pen and notepad by my bed, sometimes it helps me to remember a dream if I write down whatever comes to me as soon as I wake.
    As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also.

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  3. As you wish I wish for you too. xo hugs, bonitarose in Fargo..

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  4. I can understand your wish, I have that wish myself.

    As you wish for yourself, I also wish for you!

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  5. As you wish for yourself, so I truly wish for you. I've found that if I write down my dreams each morning, I can recall them much better most of the time. it started the first week or so with just little flashes, but got better as I went.

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  6. Here's to hoping you remember!
    As you wish for yourself so I wish for you as well.

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  7. As you wish for yourself, so I wish for you also!

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  8. As mentioned - the dream journal, & a tiny flashlight with that journal & pen, can help! Another thing I do with journaling - write a 'dialog' - in this case, the 'other' could be the dream (Amy) - good morning, dream; I want to remember the message you had for me
    D) well, that's easy! ...
    (& keep going, back & forth - just write till you feel 'done' & look at it later ... :)

    As Amy wishes for herself, so I also wish for her!

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