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      Question Continuous Recall Versus Memory Gaps

      I have a question for more experienced members than myself...do you find that in longer dreams you can recall one continuous narrative? I've been noting where I have memory gaps as "..." in my dreamlog. I can tell it is the same dream because the setting and story is ongoing, but I am missing how, for example, the bedroom changes into a sitting room in the second dream from last night. Sometimes I can see the transitions, like when my perspective shifts and my car changes into a toy car in the first dream. I suppose the core of my question is "If my recall is perfect, will the narrative/flow be unbroken?"

      Here are the dreams I am referring to:
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      Last edited by theshirecat; 09-08-2023 at 12:10 AM.

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