When I tell people that I interpret dreams, inevitably someone will say to me,
“I don’t remember my dreams. What can I do to remember them?” I am going to share the tried and true methods I have discovered for remembering dreams. I have
tested these methods on myself and others throughout the years . . . and they work!
When you are not remembering your dreams at all, or just remembering dream
fragments, you usually are not bringing your dreams through to your three-dimensional Self consciously. Here is an exercise that will assist you in recalling and remembering
Either sit on your bed before you go to sleep or once you are in bed and say to
yourself: “Tonight I will have a great dream that I will remember, understand, and
write down, whose advice I will follow, as it easily and effortlessly creates my
Say this out loud to yourself three times. Saying this out loud to yourself grounds your non-physical dream energy mentally and physically putting into motion the process of communicating to your DreamSelf that you want to remember your dream.
I know this sounds simple, but this exercise works and will allow you to realize that it is easy to have a conscious two-way communication between you and your Multi-Dimensional DreamSelf Within! Tell your DreamSelf what you want to do and it will be happy you are making contact. Your DreamSelf will respond and do what you have asked it to do! If you do this exercise to remember your dreams, you will find that it works, the reason being is that you are your DreamSelf Within and in command! To increase the future possibility that you will remember your dreams, after doing this exercise and receiving your dream from your DreamSelf, make sure you write your dream down!
Another technique to use, if you don’t have a dream you remember, is to say to
yourself after waking up the next morning, “Today, I will have a trigger in my day that will help me recall my dream of last night.” A “trigger” can be any three-dimensional energy in your physical day that will connect you in that day to the dream energy of the previous night that you have not remembered.
An example of this may be that when you wake up in the morning, your dream
energy seems very close as you were just dreaming. However you can’t remember anything. What to do? Ask your waking physical Self for a “trigger symbol” of your dream as your day goes on.
How this would then play out in your day may be that you have gone to work, are
in your office . . . you look out the window and see a red car driving down the street. Suddenly after seeing the red car drive by, you recall that in your dream last night you were riding in a red car! The red car is the trigger symbol that reminded you of the dream you had last night. But how and why does this happen?
The reason people get dream symbol triggers in their three-dimensional days after
dreaming that remind them of a specific dream is because their dream symbols are
creating the energy of their following day(s), as we discussed in previous chapters. Your dream symbols as energy create by drawing in similar and like energy, which translates to the energy that is your next three-dimensional day. Understanding the above, this means that trigger symbols work, so give this a try!
Copyright Terri Ullstrup Excerpt from Dreamtime Dream Interpretation – Opening to Your Spiritual Sight Within www.dreaminterpretation.com