Yes, but you have to eat your dreams after you catch them.
Do you think the dreams might be caused by any of the prescription meds? Have any of the doctors mentioned the possibility of dramatic dreams?
Actually, I think there was a dream you told on Ask, and if I recall I was seeing something meaningful in it...cannot remember for sure now...but I am one of the people who thinks dreams can be significant in processing our inner life...
Anyway, please do consider the meds possibility also. People shouldn't need to put up with annoying dreams endlessly.
You are your own dream catcher my friend!!!! :0)
Reach for the stars!!!!
Are you lying in moonlight when you have these dreams?
The last time I stayed at the beach, I was sleeping in a room with many windows, I woke up because I was having very intense dreams. When I opened my eyes I was bathed from head to toe in moonlight. I smiled, and went back to sleep, because I like sleeping in moonlight. I started having intense dreams again, woke up and moved, the dreams stopped. The next night the same exact thing happened.
I had read somewhere that it was once a belief that sleeping in moonlight would make you insane. I don't care, I'm still sleeping in moonlight every chance I get. If I'm sleeping in moonlight, I'm having me some fun.
Not sure I'll buy one and see for myself.
Depends on how deeply you convince your psyche it will work.
Your dreams are a way for your subconscious to "Vent" . . Things you keep tucked down deep in your feelings or thoughts that secretly bug you, can be released by the Subconscious in dreams.
If you have somehow convince yourself to the core, that you have no worries now that the dream catcher is up, maybe your subconscious will be quiet . . . I highly doubt it.
There certainly is a lot that goes on when we are sleeping in our brains.