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I keep a pencil and paper beside my bed and just write key words down to help trigger my memory later. Then later, after you fully awaken, you can take your notes and write your dream journal in full words and paragraphs later and it is surprising how it only takes a few words to help you remember the full dream. This morning I wrote one word at about 3 in the morning, on my paper in the dark without turning on a light, it was the word 'canoe'. Then after I woke up it helped me remember the dream and it turned out to be two full paragraphs! That was just one dream and I had about 5 or so and when I write them out on computer it can take upwards of an hour and I admit even I got too lazy to do it, but am starting again because they are always fun to revisit later in your life. But in the night, in bed, just a few key words is all it takes. You can't say you are too lazy for that can you?!
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