A year ago I started making “snapshots” of my dreams. Sometimes I use Faber-Castell markers, but lately I’ve been using watercolor and Caran-D’ache watercolor crayons.
When it comes to keeping a dream journal there are many options. Some people have linear brains and prefer straight left to right writing (like this page). Others need something more creative, or circular.
If you fall into the latter category a dream mind map might be perfect for you. There are many ways to do mind maps and you can probably invent a system that works well for you. Here’s one way to do it:
The best way to begin working with your dreams is to record them on a regular basis. If you do not have a dream journal I suggest buying or making one. Finding a journal that suits you is akin to finding the right traveling shoes. Sometimes you have to try on many versions before you find the right one.
Simple and Easy
Spiral or perfect bound notebooks
A simple and inexpensive way to record your dreams is