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    September 10th 2015 - False Conclusion

    by , 09-21-2015 at 02:00 PM (276 Views)
    Sleeping: September 10th 2015, 10:45 PM (UTC +7)
    Awake: September 11th 2015, 6:45 AM (UTC +7)

    Non-Dream, Non-Lucid, Lucid, False Awakening

    I was in a school. As usual, I was doing some works. It couldn't feel worse. Things looked boring. I did talk with my friends a bit, but conversations couldn't last long. I let out a sigh and continued finishing my tasks. Somehow, I felt sleepy, close to point where I would collapse without knowing. Soon afterward, I instinctively put my hands on my desk. I looked carefully and noticed I had an unusual amount of fingers.

    I believed I knew this was a dream. I concluded that I felt asleep in my classroom. Though, illogically thinking, I could walk out of the classroom without feeling disturbed anymore. I stood on the second floor's balcony, only to stare at the another building on opposite side of the road. I wanted to fly there, but the feeling was different. Something made me know that I wasn't able to control. Myself worrying about this fake wake-up led me out of the desire.

    I turned around, saw many people walking. More interestingly, one of my closest friends stood by my side. He stared with that blank look, same as mine. Without turning his head to me, he started telling me that he dreamt, having me as one of main dream characters. My curiosity started. He told, in his dream, he was arguing with me for some reasons. It was harsh, yet he couldn't understand the contexts. He felt it would just be better to let me know.

    I wondered what he was talking. However, as (I thought) I knew this was my dream, I came up with an idea. I asked him, "What about now? Do you think you're dreaming or awake?". As expected, he thought he was awake. I repeated the question. He realized something was wrong with my question, thus knowing this was a dream. To me, he didn't seem surprised at all. He smiled with some thoughts in his mind I couldn't know. He thanked me as if I was his subconscious reminding him. He could do whatever he wanted in this dream, so-called "his". Weirdly, he also warned me to think carefully. I, not recognizing that false lucidity warning, didn't take it seriously. I smiled, keeping the fact that me waking up would cease his existence, thought how he couldn't get any further than me. He sighed then walked away, I assumed he was going to do whatever he wanted. I didn't have to care, so I walked into teachers'/staff room nearby.

    I felt I should try something bad. Then, unconsciously, I flew in that room and messed up with all the documents. Most things fell onto the floor. Suddenly, a teacher stood up and yelled at me. She stated how I wouldn't be able to get away with my actions. Chuckles being turned into a loud laugh, I taunted her. It was only a few seconds until I felt something bad coming at me. I quickly flew out of the room.

    I woke up at the classroom. Looked around, and things looked so usual. (That was usual for dream thoughts, of course!) A teacher walked in so all students went back to their seats. It was her, someone I saw in my dream. I thought I was fine, but then I was shocked. I was surprised when she called my name and told me to go to the staff room. She said, "retribution", then walked away angrily.

    Few seconds passed, I came back to my senses. However, before I could do a state check, I realized I woke up. Why didn't I notice that weirdness? Dreaming in a dream also, how nice. D:

    Actually, there was a fragment from my natural awakening at 5 AM. I could recall having a false awakening. My house floor's color changed to brown/orange. It looked luxurious, though. I noticed it and became lucid instantaneously. (Please refer to notes in next paragraph.) I kept on checking time via a clock on the wall and a clock on my phone. I picked my phone up from my pocket. My phone's display appeared to look like Android's while I actually owned an iPhone. Things looked exactly the same as when you were on a phone call and decided to put it in the background. But, I didn't care about it too much. I decided this was something to make me sure that I was in a dream.

    To be honest, I couldn't dare to say if I was actually lucid. This fragment was too small, especially when matching up with next dream as explained previously. I felt that my actions in this fragment were unconsciously done. I couldn't even recall controlling anything, or even if I left my area.
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    non-lucid , dream fragment