Do You Remember Your Dreams?

Declare your day complete. Right before your head hits the pillow declare an end to the day. This act sends a signal to your brain that it is time to switch off and allow yourself to transition into a sleep state. Anticipate that you will have dreams and that you will remember them.
Get yourself a notebook that's specifically for your personal growth: your new insights and dreams. Keep this notebook by your bedside, along with a pencil or pen and be ready to write in it when you wake up with a dream, even if you only remember a few things about it.

Everybody dreams. But not all can remember their dreams. Some believe that we can find answers to some of our lives troubles in our dreams, while others believe that dreaming is just a way for our brain to clean up in all the impressions we get throughout the day.

When you go to bed tell yourself that you will remember your dreams. Repeat "I will remember my dreams" to yourself several times as you drift off to sleep. It sounds odd, but this tip has been shown again and again to be one of the most helpful.
You need to make sure that you love yourself, without that self-love you will not be able to manifest your dreams. Lack of self-esteem and confidence will mean you hold yourself back. Instead of going ahead and living the life that was meant to be yours. And just because you love yourself doesn't mean you're a narcissist, it's the point of knowing the right amount of love.

Drinking a glass of water before you go to bed helps you to recall your dreams the next day. Also be sure to stay away from drugs or alcohol they repress your REM sleep, which is the stage of sleep that we dream.

Keep a positive attitude. If we are given positive messages about ourselves it causes us to think differently. This can work if you repeat it to yourself - state it in an optimistic manner. This will make you more likely to believe it can happen. Repeat over and over again that you will recall the dreams you have tonight.