An Exercise in Dream Recall


This is an exercise to aid in the recollection of dreams through the use of visualization and tactile imagery. It is best performed at the times that one begins to fall asleep.


1. Relax; take a few deep breaths, and concentrate on the present sensation of the extremities.

2. Allow yourself to feel the gradual decrease in sensitivity of the limbs as you drop off toward sleep.

3. Switch your attention rapidly from limb to limb, but block out extraneous thoughts as completely as possible.

4. When nearly all sensation is lost in the extremities, switch your attention to the spine; localize your attention to the sensation at each vertebra. Send a current of energy up from the base very slowly to the top.

5. When the current reaches the top, visualize the entire spine as a penis, and the point where it enters the skull as the sexually-oriented orifice of your choice.

6. Concentrate now on the sensation of the spine-penis entering the aformentioned orifice. When bringing the sensation to the conscious level, recall that it is your penis and/or your orifice; a great deal of sensation is being generated.

7. Hold the images and sensations in mind until you do, in fact, fall asleep. Attempt immediately to hold up your dream-hands in front of your eyes.


The practice of this exercise has led to a recall rate of about 90% after three months of work, as well as successful lucid dreaming about 10% of the time.

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