Affirming resoundingly that we do not remember dreams is really a generalization because there are people who do remember them andin a rather sharp way, with the smallest details.
We always dream, but we don’t remember
There are also practices for every day to improve memory, especially those oriented to dreamslike experiences. In fact, trying to remember them every day will gradually increase it. However, there is a marked tendency not to remember dreams when we wake up. Why is this happening? Why don’t we remember dreams?
Actually, there are many reasons why we don’t remember dreams. But for now, we’ll tell you some of its main causes. The first and main cause, is because in the day, while we are in the state called wakefulness, we remain in a continuous internal dialogue that takes us away from the present moment and everything that is happening around.
So, when we enter the world of dreams, we do exactly the same thing: think and think, without realizing that we are there.
This process that frustrates the memory of dreamlike experiences, comes together with the fact that by waking up in this world again,that is, by opening our eyes after a deep sleep, we move and start again with the incessant dialogue of concerns, commitments, etc., instantly losing any trace of our activities in the astral dimension.
We must bear in mind that the soul leaves the body at the moment of sleep, as claimed by esoterists and scholars of infinite human possibilities, such as Metaphysics.
Likewise, it should be borne in mind that in the REM phase most dreams are given and that itis precisely the ones that we remember the least because we are in almost a state of unconsciousness, and we only remember more easily when the dream is lighter, when we are closest to waking up.
Phoneia.com (July 27, 2019). Why we don’t remember dreams. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/curiosities/why-we-dont-remember-dreams/