About this project
It’s a proven fact that dreams are not only essential to our emotional health but they are often brilliant and creative. In fact, countless inventions, discoveries in science, and works of art have been inspired by dreams. So, why not write them down? You never know when a dream might contain some great idea or even just help you to deepen your understanding of what's going on inside your own mind.
We designed the Dream Atlas because we believe that everyone should be recording their dreams and have a special place to write them down and interpret their meaning. Yet some dream journaling methods are more effective than others at helping us to fully engage. For this reason, we organized a meaningful dream journal that allows you to journey deeper than ever before into the amazing world of your dreams.
Please help us make this one a reality!
What is the Dream Atlas?
Simply put, the Dream Atlas is a specialized dream journal for meaningful dream engagement. It helps you record and analyze your dreams through a variety of useful lenses.
How big is it?
There are over 200 pages in the notebook. This includes 90+ (double sided) entry pages!
The entry pages:
The entry sections have been expertly designed to help you engage with your dream as deeply as you'd like. The prompts gently guide you through each dreaming experience, yet it allows you the freedom to express yourself in that ways that fit you best.
Included tips for better dreaming:
At the beginning, we have included expert tips for dream enhancement because there are all kinds of things that you can do to dream more frequently, improve dream recall, and even cause yourself to have lucid dreams when desired.
Interestingly, there are some useful strategies that truly do work, and have proven to help you experience lucid dreaming. We've included some expert tips to help you to start having lucid dreams in no time.
Create a "dream" list:
Since nothing is worse than becoming lucid in a dream and not knowing what to do next, we've included a section where you can write down detailed descriptions of what you want to do in your next lucid dream. This will also help motivate you to have your next lucid dreaming adventure.
You can develop a list of recurring themes that seem to be appearing in your dreams. This will help you uncover any areas of your life that your subconscious mind might be trying to get you to pay attention to.
Identify your personal dream signs:
Everyone experiences signs that they are dreaming every single night. Slowly you will begin to recognize them. These signs are indicators that help you recognize that you are in a dream. Taking the time to record your dream signs in detail is invaluable in getting the most from your dream experience and initiate lucid dreaming.
Remember the "totem" or that spinning top that Leonardo Dicaprio's character uses in the movie Inception? That is a perfect example of a dream sign. You can figure out what your own dreams signs are.
This section is there so you can express your creativity in any other ways that you'd like. There are 5 extra pages total.
This is the first gif I've ever made :)
Want to support the Dream Atlas Project?
We are so excited for the Dream Atlas to take your dreams to a whole new level. Please take a look at our rewards and find out how you can support this project. Anything helps, but seriously, we want you to enjoy this product. :)
Risks and challenges
Having already completed the design and secured a high quality manufacturer, the risk is very low. We just need to meet our revenue goal. There is some risk that we won't have these products shipped until November instead of late October, depending on the manufacturers schedule.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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