Remembering Our Astral Projections

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Remembering Our Astral Projections

Postby Xanth » Thu Apr 11, 2013 6:29 pm

I have a theory… it revolves around how to remember our experiences (dreams, astral, etc…).

Take a look at how you remember things in this physical reality. If you don’t add a certain amount of importance to any given event in your life, your chances of remembering everything in full detail is pretty minute. Likewise, this holds true for your dreams (lucid or otherwise). If you believe your dreams are nothing special, that they’re not important, then you’re probably not going to remember them. You’re probably not even going to have that base level of awareness in order to experience them.

How do you solve this problem? How do you give importance to something like this? You have to prove it to your subconscious mind… change your attitude about wanting to remember your experiences. A dream journal is the absolute best method I can think of to do this.

Work on trying to convincing yourself to place more importance upon your dream time journeys! It’ll take some time, but the more you can prove to yourself that these events are important to you, the more you’ll begin to remember them. Also, don’t be lazy and write down whatever you remember immediately upon waking, because you will forget things really quickly. The more you do this, the less you’ll forget! ... dventures/
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Re: Remembering Our Astral Projections

Postby Jettins » Thu Apr 11, 2013 8:00 pm

I record my dreams in detail when I wake up in the mornings. If the dream is particularly interesting, I will get up and record it in the middle of the night.The important thing is to re-create the dream memory in the consciousness and sustain as long as possible. Writing the dream experience is not sufficient for me, I need to dump the details as fast as possible to remember more details. It helps me to realize that even the dreams that are harder to remember are also very vivid.

Another thing that is key is getting into the habit of trying to get a meaning out of the dream or lucid experience. This is a very important process it will lead your subconscious mind to respond. When it does, the more relevant dream material will surface more easily into your waking awareness. When you get good at this, you will be able to channel it towards specific experiences, a form of dream incubation that will help you become spontaneously aware when the event surfaces in your dreams, or when you become ready for it.

I become lucid every single time I encounter a certain type of force in non-physical experiences because I've trained myself slowly for about a year on the importance of such forces or energies in my dreams. My intentions are to gain insight from these positive forces. It's become a closed loop effect for lucidity.

When I don't become lucid I nurture my dreams by emphasizing the importance of understanding them. This will usually drive me back to greater awareness the next day if there was a problem.

My dream life my inner reality is more important to me than the waking reality. How much time do you spend at work or school doing things that are nonconstructive to your dream life or inner reality?

You don't have to do what I do, but you get my point.
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Re: Remembering Our Astral Projections

Postby Sinera » Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:34 am

I developed a personal memo technique which is to perform immediately after you get back to body (or 'wake up'). I've written it up a while ago on the Pulse (copied from my journal). Here it is for whoever might find it useful to give it a try:;msg280410#msg280410

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