You might become lucid multiple times throughout the night, but if you don’t remember anything when you wake up it’s pointless. Building up your dream recall is essential, so we’re going to look at how you can start to remember your dreams when you wake up.
In the beginning you might find it difficult, but sooner or later you’ll remember them. After a certain length of time you will remember multiple dreams per night and you’ll remember everything about being lucid.
How To Remember Your Dreams
Remember your dreams using a dream journal – Writing down your dreams when you wake up is the easiest way to start remembering your dreams. Find out what a dream journal is and how to use it effectively.
Remember your dreams the easy way – Most people are too lazy to fill in a dream journal every morning. Don’t worry if you’re one of them because you can carry out the 3 Dream Seeds technique instead until you’re ready to tackle the real thing.
Just don’t forget your dreams in the first place – People write down their dreams then they forget about them. Find out about a technique I use to stretch my dream memory during the day.
Do you need to record your dreams – Once your dream memory is great you might decide you don’t need to record your dreams anymore. Find out why I think it’s a bad idea based on my own experiences.