This brings me to my next point which is that the brain is very good at tricking you into thinking more time has passed than actually has in a dream: by a combination of false memories, skewed timelines and good ol' dream logic. Upon wakening it can be easy to see that though it felt like you were living in that dream for days, weeks, even years, in fact it was just a cleverly crafted mental illusion.
He says that real life time is the same as dream time. We tend to have the perception that we are dreaming for hours and when we wake up it passed only a few minutes. And this is normal. In a movie, if you are watching a scene that a guy leaves his house and then the next scene is this guy in his office, it's representing an illusion that it took 1 hour when it was just a few seconds.
I agree with this. Yesterday i had a dream that i was in my house, then i went to work, then i was in my house with my family at night. This just took only a few minutes. It was just edited scenes, but my brain thought that it took a whole day.
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