Everyone dreams at night, but most of us remember only a fraction of what we’ve dreamed about.
When you would like to connect with a deceased loved one in your dreams, this can be especially
frustrating. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help yourself remember.
First of all, please know that it’s very likely you are dreaming of your loved one; the challenge is in remembering your dream, not whether or not it happened. If you’ve asked to meet your loved ones in your dreams, they will come. Now, it’s your turn to do what you can to receive the messages they have for you.
Stress or certain medications can block you from your dreams. It takes a lot of energy to heal from grief, so it’s understandable if you’re feeling low, not sleeping well, and having a hard time remembering your dreams. If this is your case, you can cleanse and raise your energy by doing simple, soothing things that you enjoy, like meditating, listening to calming music, or taking a relaxing walk.
Perhaps the most important tip of all is to ask your deceased loved ones to help you to remember your dreams. They can help wake you up after spending time with you in your dreams, allowing you to remember them.
Now you just have to be patient and wait. When you wake up and remember this type of visitation from your deceased loved ones, you will feel like you won the lottery! It will feel like they truly are there with you --- because they are, and you will remember the details of the “dream” for many years to come!