But I know what you mean. I ask my brother sometimes what he dreamed about and not only does he claim to have no dreams, he thinks it's odd that I even bring it up!
Some dreams really are just images and emotions without form or plot, but I still remember those and put them into words as best I can.
Most people in this world don't remember simply because they don't try and consider it a trivial waste of time. But not me. Not us.
On another note, do you remember early childhood memories? Most ignore those too, but I don't. They are stored as dreams too in a way, and dream recall helps with unlocking early memories as well.
So, you are saying that to become lucid you need a good dream recall. But if you don't have a natural good memory you can probably train to have one. Is a good dream memory hard to achieve for someone who normally does not remember his dreams?
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