The first rule in keeping a dream book is to write simply. Writing complex ideas in everyday language is hard work. A dream may have so many details in it that you can become sidetracked from the point.
To overcome this, write the dream out in full. Then put it away. At the end of the month, review those inner experiences that stand out. Condense them. Make believe you are an editor on the staff of Reader’s Digest.
Gather the best of your experiences and send them to the Living ECK Master in a report. If you are an ECK initiate, this can be your initiate report. It is an easy way to resolve karma.
—Sri Harold Klemp
The Spiritual Exercises of ECK