Welcome to your dream journal! Recording your dreams can be a fun exercise but also a useful one. Process your emotions, fuel your creativity, learn to overcome your fears, and even try out lucid dreaming.
Use this template to log all your dreams, track your emotions, and remember your favourite dreams.
The template comes with a prebuilt journal entry that includes the following sections:
- Describe the details of your dream
- Write your interpretation
- Log who was in your dream
- Upload a sketch of your dream
Watch the walkthrough of the template here:
Recording your dreams can be a fun exercise but also a useful one. Process your emotions, fuel your creativity, learn to overcome your fears, and even try out lucid dreaming.
Our dreams are wild and full of emotions. The journal has a column with some premade emotions tagged already. Green are positive emotions and purple are more negative ones.
Some dreams are just cool and we want to remember them the same way we remember events in our lives. Clicking the favourite button will make your entry appear on the right hand side of the screen (or below the journal entries if you are on mobile).
On a computer, hit the dropdown button next to New and select the New Dream Entry option.
On mobile, you can make use of the Notion widget to open straight to the dream journal page. Then follow the same instructions as above.
When you click the favourite checkbox, that dream entry will appear down the right hand side. This works because the favourite dreams database is actually the normal dream journal database except with a filter to only show entries that have favourite ticked. The image that appears is the sketch (if there is one) in your journal entry.
Of course! Click the 3 dots next to the template and click edit. Your changes are saved automatically and any new entries you make will be using your new template.
There are some hidden columns in the database that count the number of positive and negative emotions in each dream entry. The emotions overview property uses a formula that counts the number of green (positive) and purple (negative) circles then shows which ever circle appear most often.
if(length(prop("Count negative emotions")) > length(prop("Count positive emotions")), "🟣", if(length(prop("Count positive emotions")) > length(prop("Count negative emotions")), "🟢", ""))
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