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« Reply #25 on: December 03, 2015, 22:39:19 »

I thought dreams are just a kind of OBE, and it's mainly a matter of how much clarity and lucidity I have?
They are both "non local states of consciousness". But I have found that they have there differences per say.

I'm actually not all that interested in logging my dreams except as they relate to becoming lucid like the one I wrote about a few posts above. I feel like there's so much symbology that isn't going to translate well enough for me to make sense of it here. The other stuff is more interesting to me, all the noises I hear and anything else totally lucid like that. Maybe I shouldn't ignore the dreams so much? Is dream recall that important?
That "symbology" is what defines your Dream experience. It's where your lessons lie.

 Dream recall is very important. It's a one way call from your higher consciousness. It shows you what you should possibly be working on in this physical life experience. By writing your Dreams in a Dream Journal you are showing your "higher" that you are willing to do what it takes to learn more. You are also training yourself to have more recall in your conscious AP attempts as well.

 Logging your Dreams will also show you patterns that you normally might miss out on.

 I become Lucid in most of my Dreams now. This has come through my "will" and intent to. The constant/continuous nightly "affirmations", logging them, etc.. All those things add up.

“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence."  Nicolai Tesla
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« Reply #26 on: December 05, 2015, 23:38:55 »

I can relate to the disinterest in dream logging from my starting days. A lot of the lucid dreams I have are not particularly interesting on the cosmic scale so it is tempting to let them go. When you do start taking notice of the content of the dreams you will realize that there are things to learn from them.

I have been told not to think of the dreams as lessons per se, but rather that they are memories of a kind, designed to remind you of a particular experience that is relevant to you now. However you cut it, there is growth to be had, but beyond that the logging of the dreams has a more relevant long term benefit to achieving those cosmic scale experiences you are probably seeking.

Your ability to become aware and lucid in dreams does seem to be intrinsically related to your ability to recall the dreams. Basically there is no substitute for practical experience in other realities. You can tell yourself the theory all day and try to implant ideas through affirmations but ultimately in my experience the most progress is made from simply being there more often.

If you cannot remember being there you probably won't advance as quickly as you could. The logging is mainly about training yourself to deeply remember the experiences you have. If you don't actually write down what happened you still need to make sure you properly scrub your memory each morning before you start moving around.

I find that even after a good memory scrub something that was clear in the morning can still be completely forgotten by the afternoon so I write down what happened most of the time anyway - though not necessarily right away.
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