About Last Night
Don’t you wish you never had to come back to this mundane, mechanic and monotonous world and your boring, ordinary daily routine? Well, there are only a few people on the planet that get to live their dreams, but that does not, in any way, mean that you cannot. You can do it by learning how to remember your dreams, having a door to your subconscious in your conscious mind, at your disposal.
Sounds a little too good to be true? Well, it can be done, and people from all over the world are using tricks and hacks to be able to achieve this feat. There are ways in which you could train your mind as on how to remember your dreams.
One way is, to train your mind well to remember details; details about anything. This includes observing something closely, looking away, and trying to write down all you can remember about it, for example, describing an incident that happened with you, describing a place that you went to, describing a person that you met. Practicing this will result in your mind being able to remember details about your dream, and when you sit somewhere and try to remember it, you will actually be able to picture what happened.
Another point on how to remember your dreams is, tell yourself ‘I remember it.’ Write it down on pieces of paper or sticky notes and put it up at places you visit frequently – like bathroom, inside wall of your cupboard etc. This will help you keep on track with the process and bring a positive approach.
The next small trick is, to wake up on your body clock, not alarms. By doing that, you will allow your subconscious to fade out slowly into waking up, and the part of your subconscious that falls within the transitional period of sleeping and waking up can be remembered easily, and that can help you to remember the rest of your dream. But, on the other hand, in case you wake up by an alarm clock, it snaps shut your subconscious and brings you out of your sleep instantaneously.
Last but not the least, one way on how to remember your dream is; restoring your sleeping position immediately after waking up. This sounds a bit hard to take in, but it works nonetheless.