Earlier today (around 12.00 to 12.30) I was feeling very tired even though I got a great sleep last night, so I ended up falling asleep and in my dream I got the feeling that something wasn't right and I looked at my hands and they were messed up and I became lucid and I started to wake up so I turned around with my eyes shut and transported to a place that resembled a building from a dream i had a few weeks ago but nevertheless i woke up straight after, or so i thought. so i got out of bed and i got the same feeling and looked at my hands and realised i was still dreaming but i also had the feeling that i was on the verge of waking up. so i tried to play around a bit (i had a very exhilarating ability to fly but it felt like a massive jump while dodging objects) but i woke up again. so i thought well that was fun and i went down stairs poured myself a bowl of rice krispies and started to eat them but i then noticed that i was eating coco pops and i lol'd and became lucid...again. so i had more false awakenings and became lucid every time but i felt as though i was going to wake up during all of them. also in one of them i was being attacked by a huge dog but i knew it was a dream so it didn't hurt but it was SERIOUSLY annoying and i couldn't make it go away so i decided i would wake up but i couldn't do that either. eventually when i actually woke up i wasn't sure if i was awake or dreaming at first. this was my first lucid dream (or chain of lucid dreams) for years and i did look into trying to induce them quite recently but i lost my motivation to do it after a week and a half (i still wanted to do it though). so i was wanting to know if there was a reason for these false awakenings, like my subconcious or something not wanting me to have lucid dreams. and i also wanted to know if these lucid dreams could have been induced by me going to sleep but my mind being very aware because i already got a great sleep the night before.
thanks for reading and i really needed to share the story with people who are interested in lucid dreaming.