Having trouble remembering your dreams? Here is what you do:
- Get a private dream journal and keep it next to your bed.
- Before falling asleep, repeat to yourself (at least 10 times) a positive intention to remember your dreams. For example: “I remember my dreams with ease, and write them down as I awake.“
- First thing in the morning, as you awake, lie still. (Yes, this is difficult with an alarm clock.)
- There is a period between when you end dreaming and when you awake, where you are conscious but still have access to your dream memory. Think up 3 key words to describe your dream.
- When you awake, write down the key words before anything else.
- Next, write down your dream in a much detail as possible including anything you remember – most importantly how you felt and anything out of the ordinary.
The longer you do this, the better you get. Practice, patience and intention. Everyone dreams every night. Except possibly when there is a lot of alcohol… I find that drastically interferes with my dreaming process. Which is probably why I don’t drink much. I like my dreams.