In my book “Guide to Intuitive Healing,” I discuss dreams as a potent form of healing and guide to everyday life. In it I teach you you and your children how to remember dreams and benefit from their knowledge. You are in partnership with your dreams. I suggest initiating an ongoing dialogue with them. It's like consulting the wisest person you can imagine who knows you inside out. You can ask your dreams anything. How can I communicate with my child better? What school system is ideal? Are there ways to stop catching so many colds? You can teach your children to ask question before they go to sleep too. Whatever they’re concerned about or want answers to is fair game. No question is trivial if it is meaningful to you or them.
Dreams provide answers. But first you must retrieve them. How many nights have you awakened with the most amazing dream you were certain you'd recall? Then, the next morning it was gone. Our memory deceives. During sleep, we suffer a kind of amnesia. Dreams are not of the rational mind. Your intuitive memory is what is needed. Here are strategies you and you child can use to remember your dreams.
4 Ways to Remember Dreams