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If You Have Hard Time Remembering Your Dreams, Follow These 8 Steps

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Every one of us dreams. Although a lot of people have the ability to remember their dreams in a lot of details, others don’t have any idea how they can remember them. Hence, it will be necessary to practice and develop some techniques for that purpose.

Actually, dreams are the manifestation of our soul, and they have the ability to guide, warn or tame the feelings of the dreamer. With dreams, we can come to some information which our conscious mind is not typically going to let us access. So, understanding the importance of our dreams is the key these few steps which will serve you in remembering and interpreting each of the signs in the correct way.

1. Accepting the dreams.

A lot of people that are not able to remember the dreams they had often block such memories without realizing that. This usually occurs when the person had a scary nightmare or some dream which brought him some undesired memories. In most of the cases, the absence of remembering can be reversible, so it is important to relax, and even accept the dream and the meanings coming with it.

2. Relaxing and being focused.

Before jumping in the bed, the person should prepare himself. It is essential to provide himself with some relax, and even think of what you want your dream to be. Also, the person should tell himself that when he wakes up, he would love to recall what his dream was about. His subconscious will see that he pays more attention to each message, and in that way is going to improve the clearness of his dreams.

3. Holding the memory.

Prior to getting out of the bed or changing the position in it when the person is awake, he should stand calmly and still from one minute, having his eyes closed, going over the different scenes of his dream. This is a process which will help the person in holding the memories, as well as make them more accessible.

4. Writing down every single detail.

This is probably the most significant step, as the person has to write every single thing he remembers after he wakes up. In order to do that, the person should have a small book, as well as pen near to the bedside and always leave it open on some new blank page. The person should also pay more attention to some details in his dream, like people, objects, scenery, as well as other higher points.

5. Recording dreams.

When a person wakes up too sleepy or dizzy, he can use a voice recorder, in order to record all that he has experienced while sleeping. It will be worth to tell the entire story or release several keywords, so he can after that transcribe this audio on a piece of paper or some file in the computer.

6. Interrupting the sleep is not suggested.

A person should sleep until he wakes up, and there should not be some interruptions made by alarms, noises from outside or a person calling him. This can interrupt the process of dreaming, and the person will wake up a little bit confused, and he will forget his dreams for a short time.

7. Giving significance to some flashbacks.

During the day, there is a possibility that a person will experience flashbacks of what he dreamed. Such views should not be ignored. While recollecting what occurred in his dream, he should take his notebook and write the correct notes.

8. Telling your dream to other people.

When the dream of the person is not interrupted, but he cannot take some notes of it, it will be a good idea to tell that dream to someone else, no matter how absurd it sounds. Telling the story, the person will have the possibility to feel new insights happening, and in that way, add some information to its context.

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