Can you vividly recall your Sexual Dreams?

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Can you vividly recall your Sexual Dreams?

PassionateLover2 PassionateLover2
I learned from a Psychology class at the University of Washington some proven Recalling Dream Techniques in order to remember our dreams in vivid detail. For those of us who find ourselves in those sexually exotic dreams (or any other dream) and want to recall them when we are awake up, have you used anyone of the techniques listed below? If other, please explain your technique and share with the community.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
As you go to bed, say aloud 3X: “I want to remember my dreams”; when you wake up repeat the phrase again 3X.
ellejay
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Drink half a glass of water saying 3X: “tonight I’ll remember my dreams”; when you wake up, drink the other half and say 3X: “I recall my dreams now,” and repeat throughout the day.
Create a ‘visualization’ of yourself as you go to sleep. See yourself waking up and record your dream on paper.
PassionateLover2 , Bittenflame
2
The rolling technique: go to the exact position that you were in in bed when having the dream.
alliegator , Clandestine
2
Other (please share and explain your technique)
aliceinthehole , Girly Girl , MeliPixie , Ash1141 , cryinglightning86 , Stagger13 , carenautilus , cutesouple0812
8
Total votes: 13 (13 voters)
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11/29/2011
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aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
i just wake up and remember them. it's really easy.
11/29/2011
TheCleansing TheCleansing
No! Gah I wish I could recall them graphically!
11/29/2011
alliegator alliegator
I can't usually remember an entire dream vividly, but will have a vague overall feeling and several vivid flashes of moments or sensations. I wish I could remember sexy dreams in their whole! Sometimes, positioning myself how I was when I woke up or how I was in the dream when I woke up can spark memories or allow me to fall back asleep and pick up where I left off.
11/30/2011
Girly Girl Girly Girl
sometimes that´s so cool
11/30/2011
Clandestine Clandestine
Ooh, those are all very good suggestions for recalling dreams! I will have to try some of them.
Dreams fascinate me, and I remember a good deal of them. They're generally lucid, too. I don't recall ever having dreams of a sexual nature, believe it or not... Only one dream involved any chance of it, and I ran away from the situation because I didn't like the idea. (Then again, I'm pretty sure I'm asexual, so...)

I suppose they can really tell us a lot about ourselves.
11/30/2011
MeliPixie MeliPixie
I just plain remember all my dreams. I've had it suggested to me (before people knew about my dreaming and remembrance habits) that you should practice lucid dreaming, and you'll be more likely to remember it when you wake. On a side note, sometimes I wish I DIDN'T remember them all, I have nightmares most nights and remember them in vivid detail. It sucks.
11/30/2011
Ash1141 Ash1141
I just remember them
11/30/2011
cryinglightning86 cryinglightning86
I find that I remember my dreams most vividly right as I wake up. I replay them in my head until I can get to a notebook or computer, and then I write them down. I find that going through the process of writing them down helps me remember more, and I also get to go back to it later.

I don't really do this so much anymore, but I have a pretty expansive dream journal from where I kept up with this a few years back. I also used to be able to lucid dream, but it's rare that I'm able to do this anymore.
06/28/2012
carenautilus carenautilus
The anti-seizure meds I'm on give me very vivid dreams, and I remember them very well. So, in my case, no need for anything to help.
06/28/2012
PassionateLover2 PassionateLover2
Quote:
Originally posted by MeliPixie
I just plain remember all my dreams. I've had it suggested to me (before people knew about my dreaming and remembrance habits) that you should practice lucid dreaming, and you'll be more likely to remember it when you wake. On a side note, ...
But there happens to be some type of scientific explanation and analysis, as described above, for how you recall your Dreams.
05/30/2013
Total posts: 11
Unique posters: 10