In this six-minute podcast, you will discover why we humans resist remembering our dreams. Learn the value of having the courage to face your dreams messages of your authentic feelings and the reality of your relationships. And the reasons you’re having those bad dreams.
My Father and I often send one another articles of interest, and the most recent article he sent me was about how vitamin B6 assists people to remember their dreams. Hmm, interesting, I thought as wonder if this could actually work?
One response I hear the most when I tell people I’m a dream interpreter is – I can’t remember my dreams. Sometimes somebody wonders if they dream at all. Which I reply, “Of course you did. Your body has to dream in order to have Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep or you would be dead. REM also happens to cats and other animals.”
During a radio show interview, the host asked me, “Do most people tell you dream interpretation isn’t real?” My response was, “No, most people who come to me are open to the idea that their dreams have meaning. What I hear often from the general public is I can’t remember my dreams.”
Now, there are quite a few reasons that people have problems with dream recall; however in today’s blog we are focusing on fear. Why would anyone be afraid of remembering their dreams? My quote from the book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams sums it up nicely – There is no denial in the dreamtime, only subconscious and spiritual truths. The reality is there are people who are terrified of daytime reality coming into their in the dreamland. For instance, in their dreams;