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      Writing in journal

      I canīt write all my dreams when I wake up. There are simply to many with to much content. When I wake up I remember small parts, cues as they where that trigger a emotional recall of a long dream I had, which usually occur in the amount of say 3-5 a piece. I tried one point waking up periodically every 2 hours after about 6 hours of sleep and I got a lot of recall, but I became so tired in my day to day life that I had to stop interupting REM periods. what do I do? Thanks, if you answered

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      When you wake up, keep your eyes closed and try hard to remember your dreams without getting up. That helps some people because their brain's still in 'dream mode'.

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      Work backwards. Remember the most recent thing that happened, then ask yourself what happened before that.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Demara View Post
      When you wake up, keep your eyes closed and try hard to remember your dreams without getting up. That helps some people because their brain's still in 'dream mode'.
      I always fall asleep again when I do that !

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jonny the Nameless View Post
      Work backwards. Remember the most recent thing that happened, then ask yourself what happened before that.
      What if I dont remember

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      Then write down what you do remember. The more often you write down what you do remember about your dreams, the better you'll get at remembering your dreams, and the more you'll remember.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Fenix123 View Post
      I always fall asleep again when I do that !
      Then keep your mind active and really think deeply. Also, if you can get to sleep that fast, it sounds like you'd have a good shot at WILDing/DEILDing. Have you tried those techniques? I recommend giving them a shot.

      Quote Originally Posted by Jonny the Nameless View Post
      Then write down what you do remember. The more often you write down what you do remember about your dreams, the better you'll get at remembering your dreams, and the more you'll remember.
      He's right, that's a very important step to remembering your dreams more.

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