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How To Remember Dreams - Method Three For The Rest Of The Day
Family & Kids
1. Keep a notepad or voice recorder with you throughout the day. Often something you see or hear later in the day will trigger a memory of a dream from the night before. Note these recollections without delay, and think about them to see if you can remember how they fit into the rest of the dream.
2. Go back to your bed and lie down. Sometimes the memory can be jogged when you assume the same physical position you had while dreaming. Try to put your head in the same place on the pillow, arrange your body the same way, and close your eyes.
If the dream comes into your head, think it through before getting up to write it down.
It might help to open your eyes and look at the object you first saw when you woke up.
Try creating the same atmosphere in the room - close the curtains, turn off the lights, and eliminate noise.
3. Practice again the next night. Remembering your dreams takes effort and practice. The more you become conscious of your dreams, the more likely you are to remember them. Get into the habit of committing to remembering your dreams and night and writing them down first thing when you wake up.
4. Notice patterns. Eventually you'll figure out what factors help you remember your dreams. Try to notice patterns pertaining to the time you go to bed and wake up in the morning, the temperature of the room, what you ate for dinner.