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      Involuntary thoughts directly preceding HH

      I was trying to fall asleep when all the sudden, I involuntarily starting counting down. Immediately after the countdown was complete I felt a strong wave of vibrations over my body and was blasted off.

      Another time, I involuntarily asked myself if I wanted dream #1, #2, or #3. I chose #1 and immediately after, my bed starting spinning and flying away.

      Maybe dreams start seamlessly before HH as in a continuum?

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      Dolphin nice thread topic

      Can you expand on what you mean by your last sentence? Your experiences sound really fun
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      I believe I've definitely experienced seamless dream formation several times. Involuntary/“automatic” unconscious thoughts and daydream-like scenarios while falling asleep (sometimes even beginning while I'm still quite consciously aware) are just an everyday thing for me, and occasionally I've witnessed those thoughts and images become more and more vivid, eventually exceeding the clarity of my normal waking-life mental visualizations, and finally reaching a true, life-life dream reality. On many occasions I've had dreams that actually appeared to begin while still in the “dreamlet” or “mind's eye” stage and continue uninterrupted as they progressed into a full dream.
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      Wisher, a continuum is a type of false awakening where the subject falls asleep in real life, but in the dream following, the brain seamlessly simulates the subject as though they were still awake.

      For example, you might be lying on your back in your bed reading a book, accidentally fall asleep, and dream about reading the book you were reading before being attacked by a monster underneath the sheets.

      Another example:


      These dreams can be very scary!

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