Many of the sacred texts of the world’s religions contain stories of dreams. Dreams are regarded as holy information. The were honored and recorded as stories worth remembering.
So it is with our own dreams. They are the sacred text of our soul. Record the story of your soul by recording you dreams.
For a long time, I wrote my dreams in spiral notebooks, but lately, I have been using journals that are a little more permanent. I buy spiral-bound art journals. They are large, filled with high quality, unlined paper.
The large pages beg for illustrations of interesting images. I leave an empty page between each dream for insights as I work to understand my dreams.
By honoring the dream as a sacred text and treating it as such, I have noticed that I am able to capture many more dreams.
Carl Jung kept a journal of his exploration of the unconscious through dreams and active imagination in what is now referred to as The Red Book. He honored his own dream life so much that the Red Book is actually an illuminated manuscript!
Try honoring your dreams by choosing a quality journal for your dream keeping.