Remember More Dreams Tonight with this Simple Secret

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How to Remember More Dreams Tonight

Do you want to remember more dreams?  I’m willing to bet you have no idea how many dreams you actually have each night.

I am an active dreamer and can easily recall one or two dreams every night.  But did you know that most people actually have five to six dreams each night!  That’s right – FIVE to SIX dreams EVERY night.

As you can see, if don’t remember your dreams, you’re missing out on a huge part of your life.   But never fear – I’m going to let you in on a little secret that will allow you to remember more dreams.

In fact, the first time I did this trick I recalled NINE unique dreams in one night!  Sound impossible?  It’s not.  In fact, it’s quite easy and you can do it to.  Read on, Dreamer…

Why Remember More Dreams

Dreams are like a compass.  They show you which way you’re going and point the way to your own unique True North.  Remembering your dreams is the first step to receiving their guidance.

The more dreams you recall, the more guidance you can receive in your life.  You’ll also gain a deep understanding of yourself – which is invaluable.   Your dreams can help you:

  • Be more creative
  • Solve real-life problems
  • Connect with your Higher Self
  • Get guidance in your life
  • Heal emotionally and physically
  • Tap into your psychic abilities
  • Have more fun!

Sounds good, right!  But to get all these benefits, first you need to remember your dreams.  Are you ready to remember more dreams?

The Secret to Remember More Dreams Revealed

This secret hinges on one simple fact: you are more likely to recall a dream if you wake up during the dream.  Once you go into deeper stages of sleep, you immediately forget your dream.

To remember more dreams, you simply need to wake up while you are actively dreaming.  Most dreams occur during the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) stage of sleep.  So, all you need to do is wake up during an REM cycle – which occur approximately every 90 minutes.  It’s that simple.

Step 1: Prepare for Dreaming

For this trick to be most effective, it’s best to prepare yourself to maximize dreaming.  The night before you do this, refrain from drinking caffeine and alcohol.  Both of these substances interfere with your ability to enter REM sleep – and prevent you from reaching a critical phase in the dream cycle.

You may also want to take B-Complex or Choline Bitartrate supplements.  These help increase your brain activity and memory.  Both can help you have more vivid and memorable dreams.

Step 2: Awaken During an REM cycle

Now you are ready to remember more dreams.  When you go to bed set your alarm to go off after you’ve been asleep for 4 ½ hours.  Make sure to compensate for the time it takes you to fall asleep.  This should wake you up during a sufficiently long REM cycle – triggering immediate dream recall.

Step 3: Write Down Your Dreams

As soon as you wake up, write down any dreams or dream fragments you can remember.  If you can’t recall a dream write down how you are feeling or what you are thinking about.

Set your alarm to go off in another 90 minutes and go back to sleep.

Step 4: Repeat

Repeat Step 3 until you are ready to get up for the day.  By morning you’ll have recorded at least five detailed dreams.

Final Thoughts

This trick really works.  When I first heard this, I was skeptical.  But after I tried it I was blown away by how many dreams I have each night.  Since this trick involves waking up at regular intervals, I recommend doing it when you don’t have anywhere to be the next morning.  Weekends typically work well.

It’s your turn, Dreamer

Have you tried this trick to remember more dreams?  Share your experiences and tell us how many dreams you remembered.  Leave your comments below.

Hi! I’m Amy – Certified Master Coach, Dream Worker & Creator of this site. I Blend life coaching & dream work to help you uncover your authentic truth and create a life you love ♥

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2 Comments

  1. Loved your website! Thank you for the incredibly useful articles.

    Cheers

    • Thanks Jason! I’m so happy to hear you’re finding the articles helpful :)

      Happy Dreaming,
      Amy

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