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Karenโ€™s Step-by-Step Guide to Having a Dream Visitation๐ŸŒน


Get ready, because I am about to share my secrets on how to achieve a dream visitation.



Dream visitations, also known as spirit or visitation dreams, are experiences where you receive a visit from a loved one who has passed away. These dreams can bring comfort, closure, and a sense of connection with the departed. While dream visitations are spontaneous and can't be forced, there are certain practices you can follow to increase your chances of having one. In this step-by-step guide, we will explore various techniques and tips to invite and facilitate a dream visitation.


Step 1: Create an Intention & set the date

Start by setting a clear intention to have a dream visitation. Before going to bed, take a few moments to focus your thoughts and state your desire to connect with your departed loved one in a dream. Repeat affirmations such as, "I am open to receiving a dream visitation," or "I invite my loved one to visit me in my dreams."


On a calendar set a date 20 days into the future, by giving yourself a time frame the opportunity to successfully have this experience is heightened as your subconscious mind will become more focused and as each of us have an internal alarm clock, this will activate it. Also remember to include in your intention that date ie: 'I am open to receiving a dream visitation on or before 1st December 20XX'.


Step 2: Prepare a Calm and Serene Sleep Environment

Ensure your sleep environment is conducive to relaxation and deep sleep. Make your bedroom comfortable, tidy, and free from distractions. Remove electronic devices or any other potential disruptions that might interfere with your sleep. Consider using aromatherapy, such as lavender essential oil, which can promote relaxation and peaceful sleep. If you aren't sensitive or allergic to concentrated Lavender oil on your skin, dabbing some on your temples can be quite effective and soothing and between you and me, great it you happen to suffer from migraines.


Step 3: Maintain a Dream Journal

Keep a dream journal by your bedside.

As soon as you wake up, record any dreams or fragments you can remember, including colours, sounds, words etc even if they don't seem related to your loved one. This practice helps to develop dream recall and may help you recognize visitation dreams more easily. Journaling, and reality affirmations can increase your chances of becoming lucid in your dreams. When you achieve lucidity, you can consciously seek out a visitation from your loved one or ask them to appear in your dream during the dream itself.


Step 4: Connect with Your Loved One

During waking hours, find ways to connect with your loved one's memory. Look at photographs, listen to their favorite music, or visit places that hold sentimental value. Engaging in activities or rituals that remind you of your loved one can create a stronger connection and increase the likelihood of a dream visitation. Also pay attention to moments when you aren't thinking of them and suddenly have a memory pop in your mind. That is them reminding you that they are present.


Step 5: Bedtime Rituals

Establish a relaxing bedtime routine to prepare your mind and body for sleep. Avoid stimulating activities or consuming caffeine or heavy meals close to bedtime. Instead, engage in calming activities such as reading a book, meditating, or taking a warm bath. These rituals can help you enter a state of relaxation, making it easier to invite dream visitations.


Step 6: Visualization and Meditation

Before sleep, practice visualization and meditation techniques to focus your mind and invite the presence of your loved one. Close your eyes, take deep breaths, and imagine a peaceful setting where you can meet your loved one in a dream. Visualize their face, imagine their voice, and feel their presence. Meditating on their memory and the desire to connect can deepen your intention and increase the likelihood of a dream visitation.

If you need help I have some Self-Guided Hypnosis audio recordings available for purchase here


Step 7: Bedtime Affirmations

As you settle into bed, repeat affirmations related to dream visitations. Speak them aloud or silently in your mind. Bring your loved ones face into your mind as clearly as possible or reflect on a beautiful memory of a time you shared while affirming.


For example, you can say, "Tonight, I will dream of my loved one," or "I am open and receptive to a visitation dream." The power of intention can play a significant role in shaping your dream experiences.


Step 8: Lucid Dreaming Techniques

Consider practicing lucid dreaming techniques to enhance your dream recall and control. Lucid dreaming is the ability to become aware that you are dreaming while in the dream state. Techniques such as reality checks, dream


Step 9: Sleep and Relaxation Aids

If you find it challenging to relax or fall asleep, you may consider using sleep and relaxation aids. Natural remedies like chamomile tea, valerian root, or herbal supplements can help induce a state of calmness and promote restful sleep. However, consult with a healthcare professional before using any sleep aids or supplements to ensure they are safe for you. Please don't do drugs or alcohol as these can invite anxiety and depression and having this can lead to scary dreams.


Step 10: Patience and Openness

Remember that dream visitations are personal and unique experiences. It's essential to approach the process with patience and an open mind.

It also important not to go to go to sleep angry as this can greatly interfere with your connection. Understand that visitation dreams may not occur immediately or in the exact way you expect or even in the timeframe. Be receptive to different forms of communication, such as symbols, feelings, or subtle messages, as your loved one may choose to connect with you in ways beyond an explicit visitation.


Don't be surprised if your visitation signs appear during your waking hours because they often do. It can be a number plate of their name or initials or even their date of birth. You might hear a song on the radio they loved. Or see lights out the corner of your eyes.



Step 11: Dream Interpretation

After you have a dream, whether it involves a visitation or not, take time to analyze and interpret its meaning. Dreams can be rich sources of insight and guidance. Look for symbolism, emotions, and messages that may offer valuable connections to your loved one or provide comfort and healing.


Step 12: Gratitude and Reflection

Regardless of whether you experience a dream visitation, maintain an attitude of gratitude. Reflect on the memories and the love you shared with your departed loved one. Express gratitude for any signs, symbols, or dreams that may have brought you a sense of connection or solace. Gratitude cultivates a positive mindset and opens the door for further communications and visitations in the future.


Footnote:

Having a dream visitation can be a profound and healing experience that allows you to connect with a loved one who has passed away. While dream visitations cannot be controlled or always guaranteed as outside influences can interfere with the process and or if the person on the other side feels it's the right time.


Following my steps and practices can help create an environment conducive to receiving such dreams. Remember to approach the process with an open heart, patience, and an understanding that the nature of visitation dreams can vary.


Cherish the memories, embrace the healing potential of dreams, and remain open to the signs and connections that may come your way.


One thing is for certain, you will never forget a dream visitation, when you have them they are so precious that even years later you will recall them in minute detail as if it happened yesterday๐ŸŒน


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