GLIMPSE INTERPRET CONNECT
Dream catching practice
Dream telling assist
Audio Visual assist
Dream machine analysisHumane interpretation
privacy level - private / friends / public
Correlate people, objects, stories
Travel through related dreams
You spend about one-third of your life asleep, so it makes sense if you'd like to remember part of the experience. Remembering your dreams may help you understand your subconscious mind, make difficult decisions, deal with stress, and lucid dream, and can serve as a source of inspiration or entertainment. Even if you don't remember your dreams, you almost certainly have them.
After dreaming in the REM stage, it's not uncommon to wake up, and then fall back to sleep. Most people forget dreams during these short arousal periods and move on to another sleep cycle. If you wake up from a dream, do not open your eyes or move. Looking around the room or moving may distract you from the dream. Remember the dream as fully as you can. Then open your eyes and write down as much as you can remember before going back to sleep. If you're too tired to write down details, try to record important points and then flesh out the description after you wake up in the morning.
Calea Zacatechichi – ”the dream herb”- increases dream clarity and vividness
Mugwort – more surreal and colorful dreams
Clary Sage – promotes restul sleep, very effective dream herb
Ginko Biloba – enhances your memory, improves your dream recall
Blue Lotus – promotes colorful, vivid dreams, as well as memory