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      remembering more than one dream per night

      i've just started working toward lucid dreaming, and i'm trying to improve my dream recall. i'm using my the hourly chime on my watch as a reality check as suggested in the intro to this site. it works pretty well, but so far (for the last 3 nights) i've only been able to remember one dream per night - the one right before waking up in the morning. any tips on how to remember the dreams in the middle of the night?

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      Hi! Welcome to DreamViews!

      I have a question for you What do you do when the hourly chime goes off? Do you get up and try to remember the dream?

      If you do and still cannot remember the dream, then I suggest you give up on the hourly thing and set your alarm clock for about 5 hours after you go to bed.

      I am thinking maybe you are not catching a REM cycle when the hourly alarm chimes.
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      As Seeker was saying, one really good way to recall more dreams is to wake up after a REM cycle in the middle of the night and either writing it down (the best technique) or at least laying in bed, recalling as much of your last dream as possible. Try to cement it in your mind before you go back to bed if possible. At least give yourself keys (words, actions, colors, places, etc.) that could help you recall your dreams. As you put more effort into it they will come easier.

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      thanks for the replies.

      Originally posted by Seeker+--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Seeker)</div>
      I have a question for you *What do you do when the hourly chime goes off? *Do you get up and try to remember the dream?[/b]
      when i'm awake and the hourly chime goes off, i look at my watch for a reality check. when i'm asleep, i only hear it at 6am and i realize i'm dreaming.

      the first night i tried this i realized i was dreaming and woke up. i was able to get back in the dream, but lost control. the second night i almost woke up. i tried spinning and went back into the dream, but i lost control. i don't remember hearing it at all the third and fourth nights, but i did remember the dreams at around 6am.

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      If you do and still cannot remember the dream, then I suggest you give up on the hourly thing and set your alarm clock for about 5 hours after you go to bed.
      i'll try setting my alarm clock.

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      Im not sure if I can remember more than one dream per night but last night I think I remember a part from my second dream about me crawling thourgh a fence. It was realy weird.

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