Can you show someone your dreams? Not exactly, but Colin Harrington has figured out a way to turn his EEG readings into sounds and images that are representative of his dreaming state of mind. This project is called “Beyond Sonification: real-time cognitive and affective audio visual composition utilizing an EEG.”
Having read this older article just now, I can imagine how exhausted the poor chap must feel not getting enough NREM-sleep.
Imagining that perhaps learning to transition from lucid dreaming to sleep yoga could help, allowing the body/mind to relax and rest in clear light sleep.