“We all dream, but we don’t all have dream recall. For those who do not have easy recall, here are a few pointers. When you go to sleep, tell yourself that you will remember your dreams when you wake up. If you have to use an alarm clock, turn the sound down a bit. (For dream recall it is better not to waken suddenly.). When you do wake up, keep your eyes closed and stay still; do not think about what you are going to do when you get up, but try to recall what you were just dreaming about.
Even if you only get a small bit of the dream, start focusing on it, and more of it will be come available to you. When you have remembered as much as you are going to get, write it down before you get out of bed. Don’t try to interpret it now; it is better to come back later and read it over, as this can produce spontaneous insights.”
Carolyn M. Matthews, in “Mentoring the near Death Experience Survivor”
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