“Dreams get to our very essence; they are mythic, sacred texts that tell the deep story of our destiny and progress. Altogether they constitute a personal Bible, many stories in many different genres strung together in one book of life. Therefore, a dream practice fits well as part of a larger spiritual way of life, as a piece of your own religion.
If you have a practice of meditation, yoga, and prayer, you could easily add a little more time to record and reflect on your dreams. All of these approaches would fit together snugly. Alternatively, a dream practice could stand alone as a valuable spiritual activity that would keep you in touch with the deepest and the most sacred aspects of your being.”
Excerpt From: Moore, Thomas. “A Religion of One’s Own.”