Often when we're out and about at events offering dream interpretation, people will say to us things like: "Oh I don't dream!" Or "I know I dream, but I don't remember them!" However, scientists have shown that we all dream every night. It just seems that in Western cultures we have been taught that dreams are not important. Therefore, because we are constantly being bombarded by information the part of our brain which filters what we need to remember dismisses our dreams as being unimportant.



So to get the ball rolling, here are a few pointers to help you remember your dreams...

1. Try to be peaceful in body, mind and spirit as you drift off to sleep

cushions2. Before you fall asleep, tell yourself that you are going to waken up before the alarm goes off
3. If you waken from a dream record it immediately: write it down, speak it into your mobile, draw it ..... or whatever works for you. It doesn't matter how silly or insignificant it may seem, if it's something you remember from the dream record it!

As you start to value the dreams you have, you should find that gradually you will remember more of them. Then the trick is to work out what they mean.....

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