Second question: Every time I realise that I am awake in a dream it fades to black as I feel my head on the pillow.... How can I stop this?
HAGART wrote:I get 'Lucid False Awakenings' all the time. Sometimes it takes a few seconds or even minutes to realize it, but after that you simply get up and walk around! I'll be in a bed, thinking I'm trying to lucid dream and then realize I am already asleep! And sometimes it's accompanied by all the myriad of WILD sensations too.
I rarely get false awakenings but when I do though it's scares the heck out of me because I get like three to four false awakenings. Is that strange?
Just takes a little getting use to.
Once lucid though, you will have a long dream, and REM can only last so long.
But if you get another FA (false awakening) that's no big deal either. Welcome to the club! I get those all the time and I'm doing fine. No need to fear.
They are interesting, not scary. Change the way you look at it.
After a false awakening and then finding I am still dreaming, I find it helps to focus on something in your room for a while until it comes fully in focus as if it is real life. This seams to stabilise the dream and stop further false awakenings.
Hope this helps, James
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