Dream Keeper

Dream Keeper

Why Record Your Dreams?

Dreams are the gateway to our psyche. The ‘stuff’ that runs below the radar of the logical mind.  They display our personal psychology.  Our feelings.  They show us what we are working through beneath the surface of our daily lives.

When Do I Record Dreams?

I record my dreams in the morning by jotting down quick notes. Later on or sometimes immediately, I’ll look for story lines showing up in a dream / dream fragment.  I may eventually transfer these written notes to a computer file too. I do not record every dream.




Dreams drop into forgetfulness when not written down… 

but we are often called by other responsibilities as we awaken

and must let go of our night’s dream material.


Dream Journaling

Dream Journaling

You can write out an entire dream if you have the time or take quick notes about its major events so that it sparks the total dream later on down the road when you have the time to write it out fully.

If you only have a dream fragment, simply write this out.  Fragments can collect.  They might re-ignite the dream.  You might daydream about the fragment to see where it goes.

Give your dream or dream fragment a title.


Dream Journaling

Patterns & Themes

As you develop your dream journal and become your own Dream Keeper, you will discover patterns or themes that show up over and over in your dreams. 

These demonstrate some of the influences around you in waking life, past or present.  Perhaps a particular emotional content is present, or the same people show up in dreams repeatedly, or situations evoke certain responses in you.  Maybe your dreams occur in university settings, on subways or farms, foreign countries. 

Notice this as you continue to keep your Dream Journal.

Dream Recall in Session Work

Dream Recall in Session Work

As dreams show up in a session, these will be explored within the context of the work we are doing. 

Dreams may be trial runs for something we want to accomplish in our waking life. They may warn us, encourage us, nurture us.  We may find ourselves exploring aspects about ourselves that we have not yet brought into being.  We may be mentored. Instructed. Adventures may come to us or abilities revealed. 

And while I have been referring specifically to Night Dreams, writing in your Dream Journal about all the other forms of dreaming such as Lucid Dreams, Waking Dreams or Hypnagogic States, can be equally as informative and rich with meaning as your night-time dreams. 

We spend many hours  asleep in our beds experiencing another way of being that is beyond the reach of the logical mind yet there is life experience to harvest from our dream life. Our Dream Journey offers us another way of exploring who we are and what our experiences have been, what we envision for ourselves as well as how to explore another way of walking through our waking life as a result of knowing what we dream.  Dream journaling is a treasure chest of possiblity. 

Working with me, might be looking at the content of your Night-time Dreams

or if you’d like to book another kind of session,

I offer Energy Healing, Emotional Clearing and Tarot Readings too.

Any of these modalities may include your Dreamlife if it shows up.

Please contact me at NadaRose@goldensummersun.com