Later, I woke up to write another dream in my DJ, only to find nothing written in it. This means that I dreamed that I was writing in my DJ.
Has this happened to you?
It was kind of scary when I found this out, because I was convinced that I wrote in it before.
They can seem VERY real at the time. They are a very crazy phenomenon. You could figure it out now by thinking back to writing in your dream journal - do you specifically remember writing the words? In some vivid dreams I feel like I'm reading stuff. But then when I wake up I can't visualize the words - so it must have been a jumble or blur of letters but my dreaming mind just THOUGHT I was reading/writing.
PS False awakenings are more common in lucid dreamers, they represent the clashing of consciousness with dreams. Don't worry though they are harmless and often lead to more lucid dreams!
First I woke up (in reality) an wrote "Woke up with a felling that I dream something. Can't remember anything" on paper (I didn't have a journal). Then I went to sleep and had a false awaking, where I wrote down a dream. When I had wrote down that dream, I saw that I had wrote something at the bottom of the page, and though that I it was some dream I had wrote down, but that I couldn't remember that I had wrote down. I ripped the paper to pieces, so I could arrange the dreams in chronological order!
When I woke up after this, I could remember the dream I wrote down in the false awakening (Could you also remember the dreams you dreamt you wrote down, Nocturnal?). I could not remember that I had had the dream, or that I wrote in down. I think I could only remember the dream because I read it in my false awakening. I didn't remember ripping the paper either, but I only remember seeing the paper before and afterwards, and knowing why I ripped it apart.
I'm wondering: Did I really dream the dream I dreamt I wrote down?! And does that question even make sense?
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