Understanding the language of dream will help us decipher the sense of energy and the messages that we experience while walking in this life. This has something to do with symbols, feelings and energy that it takes time to perfect understand it well.

Most people are having a hard time to remember or recall their dreams even after they wake up. This is the concern of many in perfecting the language of their dreams. If people could only realize that this process is a part of their learning curve to be more sharp and much willing to understand themselves more powerfully. Only 3-10% of the people recalls and recollects the pieces of their dreams. With 15 years of study, they found that there are techniques or ways that could help us remember our dreams effectively.

1. Before you fall sleep, verbalize your intention to remember dreams.

2. Have journal dream table just near your bed with 2-3 pens and a notebook. A suitable lighting source or lamp is important. By putting a quartz crystal on the journal table, it will help hoist the vibration and facilitate your tune in to the dream regularity accordingly.

3. Indicate a date on your journal or notebook before you go to bed every night, as this would establish your activity consistently.

4. Make sure that you set your alarm clock if you think you can’t wake up with your activity time. Put some sticky notes on your clock or where your eyes could easily see it to remind you with what you need to do the moment you open your eyes.

5. Enough Regular Sleep is the very important. Eat only enough before you sleep because it might disturb your sleep cycle to remember your dreams well.

6. Move gently when you wake up because too much movement will interrupt your sensations so you need to pay attention closely to this. You could only remember tiny pieces of a particular dream if you have enough focus to magnify it. This will trigger your mind to come up with another event, place or message that would give you way to go much deeper on it.

7. Make sure when writing, your sense of impression must be present or anything that you feel that time to remember it more detailed than just visualizing it. Examples of sensory impressions like sounds, settings, colors, tastes, people's expressions, images, feelings, and emotions.

8. This is background, literally, from one of my astounding, and yet provoking, dream journal entries.

9. Certain dietary supplements (e.g., Lecithin and/or Melatonin) may promote your aptitude to keep in mind your dreams. You may also consult with your health care provider before starting any supplement or diet program.

10. Check out the International Association for the Study of Dreams.

11. Consciousness altering audio meditations can help you recall dreams. Using this technology can also facilitate and promote logical dreams.

In other words, dreams are powerful if we really understand how to learn from it. With proper effort and time you will remember dreams and understand life more significantly.

Author's Bio: 

Jill Magso is a member of the Silva Team and contributes to spreading enlightened ideas and sharing teachings about meditation practices. The Silva Method encompasses a variety of powerful exercises that take you deep into Alpha and Theta levels of the mind so that you can work within your subconscious as well as your conscious mind.