And fell into a fitful sleep
Escape to realms beyond the night
Dream can't you show me the light? "
erichsa wrote:I use a cheap voice recorder, and write up my dream journal at a convenient time. I don't have to put on the lights or have to get out of bed.
talk about super lazy no offence mate ...
I find it hard to get up and turn on a light to write my dream down. But I'm always glad when I do.
I use a paper and pencil. No pens, they annoy me and fail all the time! Point form is what I do to, then go back to sleep. If I don't I tend to try and remember the dream as I fall asleep again, and it get's forgotten. Or a few times, I actually dreamed that I was writing my dream down!
But after that, I write them down in essay form on a word processor to organize it for my future self to read. And that's what I do it for: my future entertainment to look back on. Journals of our waking life are the same way. If I don't, I won't remember the details after a day or two. ( A few dreams will be powerful enough to be the exception of course.... )
But if you want to know that if having a very minimal dream journal to only help remember for a day or a week, or getting too lazy for a month, and stopping will hinder your lucid dreaming ability... I would say no, and it didn't happen in my case. But on the other hand I do remember more details if I do record them in essay form after I jot them down. Sometimes, details will just hit me out of nowhere when I do because I'm more alert than when I was in bed writing the gist of it.
But there's no way you can record every dream you ever had. There's not enough time, and when would you ever read it either? Pick and choose the best ones to flesh out into detail and leave the others in note form.
I want a machine to record my dreams for me so I could watch them back later. Now THAT is lazy!
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