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A Tale of Love and Loss: The Memory Fairy by Madame d'Aulnoy

The Memory Fairy: A Guide to Remembering Your Dreams


Have you ever woken up from a vivid dream and wished you could remember more details? Or have you ever wondered what your dreams mean and how they relate to your waking life? If so, you are not alone. Many people struggle with remembering their dreams or finding meaning in them. But what if there was a way to improve your dream recall and make sense of your nightly adventures? That's where the memory fairy comes in.

The Memory Fairy


What is the memory fairy and why is it important?

The memory fairy is a term coined by Robert Moss, a bestselling author and dream expert, to describe a friendly presence that helps you remember your dreams. According to Moss, the memory fairy is not a literal fairy, but a metaphor for your own inner guidance that can assist you in accessing your dream memories. The memory fairy can appear in different forms, such as a voice, a symbol, a feeling, or even a person or animal that you encounter in your dreams.

Why is it important to remember your dreams? Because dreams are not just random images and sounds that occur in your brain while you sleep. Dreams are messages from your subconscious mind that can reveal valuable information about yourself, your emotions, your relationships, your goals, your challenges, and your potential. Dreams can also be a source of inspiration, creativity, healing, guidance, and spiritual growth. By remembering your dreams, you can tap into these benefits and enrich your waking life.

How to invite the memory fairy into your dreams

So how can you invite the memory fairy into your dreams and increase your chances of remembering them? Here are some simple steps you can follow:

  • Before you go to bed, set an intention to remember your dreams. You can say something like "I want to remember my dreams tonight" or "I invite the memory fairy to help me recall my dreams". You can also write down your intention on a piece of paper or in a journal and place it under your pillow.

  • As you fall asleep, relax your body and mind and focus on your breathing. You can also repeat your intention in your mind or out loud as a mantra. This will help you enter a state of awareness that is conducive to dreaming and remembering.

  • If you wake up during the night or in the morning, try to stay still and keep your eyes closed. This will prevent you from losing the connection with your dream state. Try to recall as much as you can from your dream and mentally review it several times. You can also ask the memory fairy to show you any details that you might have missed or forgotten.

  • As soon as possible, record your dream in a journal or on a voice recorder. You can use words, images, symbols, or any other way that works for you. The more you write down or speak out loud, the more you will remember. You can also give your dream a title or a summary that captures its main theme or message.

  • Later in the day, review your dream and look for any patterns, symbols, emotions, or meanings that stand out. You can also research the symbolism of certain elements in your dream using books, websites, or other sources. You can also share your dream with a friend, a partner, or a dream group and get their feedback and insights.

Tips and tricks to improve your dream recall

Besides inviting the memory fairy into your dreams, there are some other tips and tricks that can help you improve your dream recall. Here are some of them:

Keep a dream journal

Keeping a dream journal is one of the most effective ways to enhance your dream recall and make sense of your dreams. By writing down your dreams regularly, you are training your brain to pay more attention to them and to store them in your long-term memory. You are also creating a record of your dream experiences that you can refer to later and look for patterns, themes, or messages. A dream journal can be a notebook, a diary, an app, or any other format that suits you. The important thing is to make it a habit and to do it consistently.

Use affirmations and intentions

Affirmations and intentions are powerful tools that can help you shape your reality and achieve your goals. They can also help you improve your dream recall by influencing your subconscious mind and aligning it with your conscious desire. Affirmations are positive statements that you repeat to yourself, such as "I remember my dreams easily and clearly" or "I have vivid and meaningful dreams every night". Intentions are specific goals that you set for yourself, such as "I want to have a lucid dream tonight" or "I want to meet my spirit guide in my dream". You can use affirmations and intentions before you go to sleep, as you fall asleep, or throughout the day. The more you repeat them, the more you will believe them and manifest them.

Try different sleeping positions and times

Your sleeping position and time can affect the quality and quantity of your dreams. Some people find that sleeping on their back or on their left side can facilitate dreaming and remembering. Others find that sleeping on their stomach or on their right side can inhibit dreaming and remembering. You can experiment with different sleeping positions and see what works best for you. You can also try changing your sleeping time or duration. Some people find that sleeping longer or shorter than usual can trigger more vivid or memorable dreams. Others find that sleeping at different times of the day or night can influence their dream content or frequency. You can also try waking up earlier or later than usual and see if that affects your dream recall.

Experiment with supplements and herbs

Some supplements and herbs can enhance your dreaming and remembering by affecting your brain chemistry, your mood, or your sleep quality. Some of the most common ones are melatonin, vitamin B6, magnesium, zinc, 5-HTP, valerian root, chamomile, lavender, mugwort, rosemary, sage, thyme, and peppermint. You can take these supplements or herbs orally as pills, capsules, teas, tinctures, or oils. You can also inhale them as aromatherapy or apply them topically as creams, lotions, or sprays. However, before you use any supplement or herb, make sure to consult with your doctor and do your research on the dosage, the side effects, the interactions, and the contraindications.

Benefits of remembering your dreams

Remembering your dreams is not only fun and interesting, but also beneficial for your well-being and growth. Here are some of the benefits of remembering your dreams:

Enhance your creativity and problem-solving skills

dreamed of the concept of Google, and Stephen King dreamed of the plot of "Misery". By remembering your dreams, you can access this creative potential and apply it to your waking life.

Gain insight into your subconscious and emotions

Dreams are a reflection of your subconscious mind and emotions. They can reveal your hidden thoughts, feelings, fears, desires, conflicts, and motivations that you may not be aware of or that you may suppress or deny in your waking life. By remembering your dreams, you can gain insight into these aspects of yourself and understand them better. You can also use your dreams as a tool for self-discovery, self-expression, self-acceptance, and self-improvement.

Explore different aspects of yourself and reality

Dreams are a gateway to different aspects of yourself and reality that you may not normally experience or perceive in your waking life. In your dreams, you can assume different roles, identities, perspectives, and abilities that can expand your sense of self and your possibilities. You can also visit different places, times, dimensions, and realms that can broaden your horizons and your knowledge. By remembering your dreams, you can explore these aspects of yourself and reality and learn from them.

Have more fun and adventure in your sleep

Dreams are a source of fun and adventure in your sleep. They can offer you entertainment, excitement, humor, joy, wonder, and awe that can enrich your sleep quality and your mood. In your dreams, you can do anything you want without any limitations or consequences. You can fly, breathe underwater, travel to exotic locations, meet celebrities or fictional characters, have superpowers or magical abilities, or anything else that you can imagine. By remembering your dreams, you can have more fun and adventure in your sleep and enjoy them more.


In conclusion, remembering your dreams is a valuable skill that can benefit you in many ways. By inviting the memory fairy into your dreams and following some tips and tricks to improve your dream recall, you can access the rich and diverse world of your dreams and make the most of it. You can enhance your creativity and problem-solving skills, gain insight into your subconscious and emotions, explore different aspects of yourself and reality, and have more fun and adventure in your sleep. So why not give it a try and see what wonders await you in your dreams?


  • What is the best way to remember your dreams? The best way to remember your dreams is to set an intention before you go to sleep, stay still and keep your eyes closed when you wake up, recall as much as you can from your dream and mentally review it several times, record your dream in a journal or on a voice recorder as soon as possible, review your dream later in the day and look for any patterns or meanings.

  • How often do we dream? We dream every night during the REM (rapid eye movement) stage of sleep, which occurs every 90 minutes or so throughout the night. The first REM period lasts about 10 minutes and the last one can last up to an hour. On average, we have about four to six dreams per night.

  • Why do we forget our dreams? We forget our dreams because they are stored in our short-term memory rather than our long-term memory. This means that they are easily overwritten by new information or erased by time if we don't pay attention to them or record them. We also forget our dreams because they are often illogical or inconsistent with our waking reality.

and context. There is no one-size-fits-all interpretation for our dreams. However, there are some common symbols, themes, and archetypes that can have universal or collective meanings. For example, water can represent emotions, flying can represent freedom, teeth can represent confidence, and snakes can represent transformation. To find out what your dreams mean, you need to analyze them from your own perspective and look for any personal or emotional connections.

  • Can we control our dreams? Yes, we can control our dreams to some extent if we become lucid in them. Lucid dreaming is a state of awareness where you realize that you are dreaming and can manipulate your dream environment and actions. Lucid dreaming can be induced by various techniques, such as reality checks, mnemonic induction, wake-back-to-bed method, or external devices. Lucid dreaming can be a fun and rewarding experience that can also help you overcome your fears, heal your traumas, or achieve your goals.



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