Everybody dreams every night, although not everyone remembers them. Writing on a piece of paper, "I remember to remember my dreams" and setting it where you'll see it as you fall asleep and first thing when you wake up will help you to remember. It may not work immediately, but you'll soon find that, more and more often, you do remember your dreams, and you're able to use them to make positive changes in your life.
We can make some generalizations about the meanings of certain common dream occurrences, although, of course, we can't say for sure that they mean any given thing to all people. Flying often represents the desire to escape. Running in a hallway trying to find a door could be about not being able to make a decision. If you dream you're back in school, you could have an unresolved issue from that time. Falling might mean you feel you don't have anything to stand on, or you don't know where you're going to land.
Here are a few ways to use your dreams to bring about a change you’d like to make in your life:
· Write a question you'd like the answer to. Put it at your bedside, and repeat it as you go to sleep. Expect the answer to come in your dream.
· Keep a journal. Write your thoughts, feelings, and what happened that day on one side. Write your dreams on the other.
· Because your subconscious is bringing the elements in your dream up for the purpose of letting them go, express gratitude to it for that.