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over a year ago
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"I think when the body is not fully rested and he brain does not want it to be woken up, if an external noise likely to do that occurs then the mind will try to weave that noise into the "story" of the dream so that the brain is tricked into thinking it is part of this "dreamwork". if you wake up then the mind has failed; if you sleep on, then it has succeeded in letting you sleep on. All this will happen in a split second, as the noise occurs, even though the events of the dream will seem to be stretched out. If we wake it will all appear very vivid, yet a few moments later, if we don't write it down immediately, we have great trouble trying to recall any of it. Weird and wonderful, the workings of the brain/mind, eh?
..and iam always the first to say, my mind is not always with it..i had the same dream again last night in the same order as well, but it did not scare me as much, but the light was on again all night.....lol