The meaning and basis of our dreams is something that has been the subject of a great deal of speculation in the psychological community for years. Theories about dreams emerging to express unmanifested desires of our subconscious and dreams acting to allow us to process our experiences in a safe space abound, and many healers are finding that not only are dreams part and parcel of our subconscious processing of our desires and experiences, but they are also
Remembering dreams is a skill to practice. One of the main reasons that so few people have frequent and detailed memories of their dreams is that their sleep is being unnaturally interrupted. If you are waking up to an alarm clock each day, your sleep cycle is not coming to it's natural endpoint. Waking up on your body's own time is one of the best ways to help yourself remember dreams. You may want to keep a pad of paper and a pencil within easy reach so that you can record your dreams before you get out of bed and get distracted. Many people find that they remember their dreams more clearly if they remain in the position they woke up from the dream in, so before you roll over to grab your pen and paper, run through the dream in your head, consciously forming a memory of the sequence of events.
It's a beautiful opportunity to remember slipping through the veils of realities or dimensions. Enjoy the ride!