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9:46am on Thursday, 17th December, 2020:
I mention every so often that I don't seem to dream the same way most people dream. I never remember my dreams except: when the dream awakens me; when awakening gives me the dream; when I decide in advance to have a dream. I'm sure I must have other dreams, I just never remember them. The dreams I do remember, though, are fully lucid: I have full control in them and they can have the appearance of being real if I so choose.
This morning I had a strange (for me) experience. I remembered having had a dream, but nothing beyond that. The contents of the dream, or even the nature of the contents of the dream, weren't accessible. Only the fact that I'd had a dream was known to me.
Hmm. I'm not sure what to do here. I don't like the idea of having a dream and not being aware that I'm dreaming, even if that seems to be the norm for most people. Rather than interfere, I'll wait and see if was a one-off or if there's something else going on.
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