5 But because of your stubbornness and your unrepentant heart, you are storing up wrath against yourself for the day of God’s wrath, when his righteous judgment will be revealed. 6 God “will repay each person according to what they have done.”Romans 2: 5-6
Since we’re entering into the world of lucid dreaming this month (or at least attempting to), I hope to walk through some important techniques for lucid dreaming. If you stick with enough of these, then you may find yourself living the life of your dreams by the end of the month…or, well, living your life in your dreams.
First, I’ll mention dream recall. This is important, especially if you think you don’t dream. Let me say this: You definitely do dream, whether you can remember your dreams or not. You would actually go crazy if you didn’t have dreams. If you can’t remember your dreams, then dream journaling is a great place to start. As soon as you wake up, jot down whatever you can remember from your dreams. Even if it’s just a word or two. If you stick with this for a few days to a week, you’ll be surprised how much of your dreams you can recall.
For today, my memory movie character is Thomas Jefferson, and he’ll help me remember the keywords to these verses: “But, yourself, God, according.”