Sometimes, I don't remember my dreams, but feel like I was on a long adventure that lasted hours.
It's like when you try to remember and it's 'on the tip of your tongue'. It's almost there, but I can't remember the dream. It's 'on the tip of my mind'.
I can feel it in my body, though. I have a residual rush as though I was doing something thrilling, like getting off an amusement park ride, but just can't remember what it was.
I think that's how my family sleeps, because they don't remember dreams the way I do and none of them even want to talk about lucid dreaming. But it doesn't mean we didn't dream. I know I did... but just didn't remember on that particular night. It gives me a taste of how most people dream, never remembering or even trying to remember. When we try to remember and get in the habit, we do more often than not, and I don't understand why some people have no interest in remembering half their life that they live in dreams!
I always feel frustrated when I don't remember a dream that I just know and feel that I had, on the tip of my mind, but most people in this world wake up, get dressed and start their day without giving it a second thought. If only they knew the second life we are all capable of living....
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