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#1: ne1 no y? Author: Sarah PostPosted: Tue 14 Feb, 2006
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lately i havent been having dreams...i mean i know i am ,but
i cant remember ne of them.i dont understand y i cant remember ne of them. i use to remember all of my dreams but the last couple months i cant remember ne..... =/

#2:  Author: Shaper PostPosted: Tue 14 Feb, 2006
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Probably due to how your waking up; if you wake up thinking about what your going to do during the day, etc., you will likely forget your dreams right away.
Also, you could be tired. If I'm tired my dream recall often suffers.

#3:  Author: Sarah PostPosted: Tue 14 Feb, 2006
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i dont usally think bout what im goin to do.right when i wake up i try to remember dream...i heard it helps to think bout ur dream so dont forget but i cant even remember it.....meh

#4:  Author: moogle PostPosted: Tue 14 Feb, 2006
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it's possible to naturally go through periods of low recall, either through stress in waking life or just having a lot to "think about/filter" while dreaming (dealing with problems/solutions from waking life/schoolwork)
Try reading the big remembering dreams topic http://www.ld4all.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12225 .. it should give you lots of advice to get your recall better again.

#5:  Author: sirius)(black PostPosted: Tue 14 Feb, 2006
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allso, stress (school and stuff) can allso make your DR suffer, that's why most of my dreams are in the week-ends

#6:  Author: ZeroSky0 PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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another tip is just to stay in bed when u wake up and think about stuff u did the day before, once u only remember a single thing concentrate on it and things liked to it.
If you do that carefully you should be able to recall several parts of it.
Once you're used to do that, you should be able to recall your dreams naturally.

Good luck turn3

#7:  Author: Julian Iron PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb, 2006
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A thing that could help is set your alarm clock so you wake up right in the middle of a REM phase. You'll probably remember at least the last dream you were having...

#8:  Author: Sepultura123 PostPosted: Thu 16 Feb, 2006
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And how do we know that we are in the middle of a REM

#9:  Author: Shaper PostPosted: Thu 16 Feb, 2006
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You can estimate when your in the middle of REM by timing your alarm to go off based on when you fall asleep. REM happens about every 90 minutes starting when you fall asleep, so you could set your alarm to go off at 90 minute intervals.

#10:  Author: Sepultura123 PostPosted: Thu 16 Feb, 2006
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I think it suck , if you start a dream and you awake because of the clock. I would be angry...

#11:  Author: moogle PostPosted: Thu 16 Feb, 2006
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Sepultura123 wrote:
I think it suck , if you start a dream and you awake because of the clock. I would be angry...

esp if it turned out to be a lucid dream grrr

#12:  Author: Sarah PostPosted: Fri 17 Feb, 2006
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thx guys grin

#13:  Author: Sepultura123 PostPosted: Fri 17 Feb, 2006
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moogle wrote:
Sepultura123 wrote:
I think it suck , if you start a dream and you awake because of the clock. I would be angry...

esp if it turned out to be a lucid dream grrr


Its sure is not a good way to remember dream. They are better method.

#14:  Author: Darxide PostPosted: Sat 18 Feb, 2006
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ACs are great, but set them to go off 5 minutes AFTER you intend on awakening. This give you time to awaken naturally and recall dreams.

#15:  Author: Wolf PostPosted: Sun 19 Feb, 2006
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If you're sick or the temperature's not right that can mess with your recall as well. ><; Like everyone's already said, try laying back for a few minutes to bring back fragments of what happened. Go through a list of common Dream Signs and see if that sparks anything. smile

wolf



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