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Dear People,

Clarity is often not as easy to achieve as we would like. We start doubting our course of action, we can't find a solution or we are unable to understand why a certain patterns keeps repeating. Asking for clarity and affirming that you find it helps to making your decision process faster, easier and more confident.

I write my affirmations in different levels so you can see what resonates with you and what you want to work on. You might start with a lower level that resonates and then move your way up.
Pick and choose what works for you and affirm away (I recommend three times a day if you can manage it). 
 
I am willing to see clearly
I want to see clearly
I choose to see clearly
I am brave enough to see clearly
I am open to clarity
 
I am willing to honestly look at my feelings
I am willing to understand my feelings
I am open to the truth about my feelings
I clearly see my feelings

I am willing to honestly look at my actions
I am willing to understand my actions
I am open to the truth of my actions
I clearly see my actions 

I am willing to honestly look at myself
I am willing to understand myself
I am open to the truth about myself
I clearly see myself

It's easy for me to see clearly 
It's easy for me to find clarity
It's easy for me to hear the truth
It's easy for me to see the truth
I recognize the truth
 
I ask to receive clarity from Spirit
I open myself to clarity from Spirit
I know I will receive clarity from Spirit
I receive clarity from Spirit
Daily I receive clarity from Spirit
 

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Dear people,

 

Who wouldn't want to improve their life while they are sleeping? Dream work is a wonderful way to sleep your way towards the solution of problems, understanding yourself and creating more joy. There are many different techniques you can use, but today I will be talking about the basics and give you an exercise to try.


How to work with Dream work

 

For Dream work to actually work you need to be able to recall your dreams. For some of us that's simple, while others might need some time. Here are some tips to help you remember your dreams. Remember it often takes at least a week before you notice any effects. Perseverance is the key!

 

Do an affirmation before bed that you will remember your dreams to counteract your idea that you can't remember them or to improve your recall. Just repeat it 3 times after bed, for example: I will easily remember my dreams.


Another technique that personally I never used is based on letting your brain know what is expected by putting a glass of water next to your bed. Before bedtime, you take a sip of the glass of water, while focusing on the fact that you will remember your dreams. When you wake up, the first thing you do is take a sip again, and supposedly, this will help you remember what happened.


What do you need for Dream work


You need almost nothing to do Dream work, because we all need to sleep. However, I do highly recommend using a dream journal. You can use a piece of paper and a pen or use a dedicated notebook. Simply keep one next to your bed and try to write down what you remember in the morning. 

 

You will start to notice that the more you write, the more images and things will continue to pop up. Slowly the fragments that you remember will become longer stories. Since dreams don't make rational sense though, expect a lot of scene changes or fragments. It almost never is a readable story from beginning to end.


What can you do with Dream work


The most basic Dream work is just to register your dreams and interpret them so you can learn from them. However, you can also ask for advice on issues or work with Lucid Dreaming. Personally, I use Dream work mostly for advice and reflection. I also receive prophetic dreams about the future, but I never asked another person if they tried to do that with Dream Work.


Exercise: Creating a Dream Request

 

It's possible to request a Dream, concerning a certain issue. You can pinpoint a question or a theme for yourself. Be sure it's something you truly wish answered or wish to gain more understanding in. 

 

There are several things you can do to state your Request. You can pray, write it on a note, or use affirmation to request a specific Dream. Choose what makes you feel the most comfortable. If you want to request a dream about Healing, but you don't know what is most important for you at the time, just request: "A Healing Dream". Other types of Requests can include: "Solving problem X", "Understanding my behavior in case of Y" etc. 

 

Personally, for me, stating the request just before I go to bed is the best. Make sure you have some time to meditate before sleeping or simply to calm down and prepare yourself. After you feel you are calm and you have stated your Request so it's firmly in your mind, you can simply fall asleep.

 

Don't be discouraged if you don't remember your dream upon waking or feel that the dream you received has nothing to do with what you asked. Spend some time deciphering your dream or ask again at a later time. It might be that another important processing dream had to be dealt with first or a second or third dream might shed light on why the previous dreams have to do with your issue.


Don't hesitate to reach out to me if you want to do Dream work and have a question. You can email me, post a message on the blog or send me a message on the Facebook Fan Page or Instagram.