Four Ways to Remember Your Dreams Tonight
Dreams are important. They help us to relieve stress, rest the brain and calm the soul. Dreams help us to work through problems that are worrying us. Loved ones from heaven also visit us in dreams and sometimes we have amazing breakthroughs and revelations in dreams. Stephanie Meyer dreamed the whole book of Twilight and quickly wrote it down. Paul McCartney dreamed the melody to “Yesterday.” He played it for a friend the next day and said, “Do you know this? It’s a good little tune, but I couldn’t have written it because I dreamt it.” Even nightmares can be helpful. Edgar Allen Poe said several of his short stories were inspired by his own nightmares. If you aren’t remembering your dreams, though, you aren’t tapping into this rich land of connectivity. However, there are four simple things you can do to begin remembering your dreams tonight.