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      question about transition wake to dream

      When you are transitioning wake to dream from sleep paralysis, do you open your dream eyes slowly? or do you try to open your physical eyes but you can't, so it is your dream eyes that are opening?

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      I've been able to open my eyes during sleep paralysis - it can be quite a scary experience.

      I've never opened my dream eyes slowly when easing out of a dream. Normally they either end abruptly or simply fade away. I'm sure everyone experiences this differently though.

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      This happens to me on a few occasions. Its like my dream body blurrs with my real body. With my eyes closed, suddenly I can start to see things. Then it forms into a dream and I am standing up straight.
      Its a very very fun experience. But most of the time I don't even notice the transistion.

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      By the time I get to that point, I'm normally so dissociated from my real body, I can barely even sense my real eyes. If it evolves into a sleep paralysis type experience, I normally feel like my eyes are open, no matter what I do. I think I'm really just dreaming/ hallucinating my eyes are open. It is all happening in my mind's eye, with a little input from half open lids and assumptions of what the room looks like. When I wake from the experience, I normally open my eyes for real. It is a weird feeling.

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