Why Should You Remember Your Dreams When You Wake Up?

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Why do some people remember things while others seem to forget them?

Even a person’s characteristics as a person can be a good indicator of whether or not they would be able to remember their dreams.

Continued by Lambert: “Researchers also looked at the most prevalent personality qualities that are shown in persons who can recall their dreams. These people can recollect their dreams more often than the general population.” In general, these kinds of people have a tendency to daydream, think creatively, and engage in introspection. People who are more down-to-earth and focused on the world outside of themselves are more likely to struggle to recall the details of their dreams.

This could imply that some people are innately more prone to remember their dreams than others, regardless of the amount of quality sleep they get each night.

Other things, like being under a lot of pressure or having a traumatic experience, can also lead to people having vivid dreams or nightmares, which they are more likely to remember the following day. For instance, a person who is attempting to cope with sadness following the loss of a loved one may have dreams about the passing of the loved one that are extremely descriptive. The next day, when you remember the dream, it may alter your mood and cause you to feel even more stressed or anxious.

This does not come as a surprise to me as a writer because I tend to continuously daydream and concentrate on introspection. In point of fact, as I’ve matured, my perspective on my dreams has shifted in and of itself. I spent the majority of my childhood watching myself as if it were a movie, and I would do this in the third person. Then, one day, I began experiencing the dreams through my own eyes, and it has never gone back to how it was before.

Sometimes my dreams will build on each other, even building on a dream I had about a past incident in a dream that I’m having right now. It’s possible that my brain is continuing to tell stories when I’m asleep, and this could be an indication of that.

Why should you try to remember the dreams that you have?

  1. When you are awake, your conscious mind lacks access to certain vital pieces of information that are readily available to your dreaming mind. Your dreams are a window into your subconscious, and they disclose the sentiments and wants that you have been keeping hidden.
  2. You can increase your knowledge, level of self-awareness, and ability to heal yourself by remembering your dreams. Dreams are an extension of how you perceive yourself, both consciously and subconsciously. They have the potential to be a source of inspiration, as well as wisdom, joy, and better imaginative capacity, as well as an overall improvement in psychological health.
  3. Recalling your dreams can help you become a more forceful, self-assured, and resilient person if you learn how to do so. You are putting words to your thoughts and forcing yourself to face them head on by remembering your dreams.
  4. You can use dreams to help guide you through challenging decisions, relationship problems, health concerns, questions about your career, or any other kind of struggle in life that you might be going through.
  5. Being able to recall your dreams can assist you in dealing with the stressful aspects of your lives.
  6. If you pay attention to your dreams, you will gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your goals, and your ambitions.

Grace Thorpe

My years of experience counts to almost 10 years in my field where I have been counseling clients for the last ten years in career, business, work, relationships etc etc. I use tools like Astrology, Numerology, Tarot Cards to unlock the potential and guide people to the best outcome. I have an educational background in Pharmacy, Mathematics, Computers, Chemistry, Astrophysics but I am passionate about my work in guiding people to their destiny.


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