PS: There was a moment when I'm pretty sure I looked at my hands and was very excited and I knew I was in a dream, but it all dissolved instantly, but I am unsure whether that really happened or if it was my imagniation being too hopeful (though thats the only thing I could remember from last night) . Just thought that might be relevant.
I started a dream journal three days ago. after having almost no recall of any dream for... ever... and I have success on the first day!
The first (3 hour) sleep yields nothing...
The next 60 minutes yields something??? as you say... something about coffee?...
The third 70 minutes I manage to write a paragraph.
The last 30 minutes snooze I got another paragraph.
The key is WRITING it down, even when it say "I don't remember my dream". As you're trying to signal yourselves to remember.
My second day I had a lucid dream that lasted 5 second after lucidity (the dream is a bit longer).
My third I can write a full page for two of my dreams this morning, and I can still remember it now.
effort counts. I guess. as this is all phsychological. Don't give up!
Also, my first major non-lucid dream recall was after I had fallen asleep thinking "I will remember my lucid dream". I don't know if it's a coincidence, but you migth want to try that. It was also on the topic that I wanted to ask my dreamself about.
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