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Weird Almost Dream Thing

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Hello. About 4 months ago I started taking rests in between classes at school. And during them I am concise and awake. Except I can't control my thought process and time in the outside world speeds up drastically. I think this is one of the brain stages Theta maybe though not quite sure. First I will explain the process during the nap. During breaks there is a lot of noise, A lot. So I lay down and open my eyes about every 10 or so seconds to check for the teacher. After 5 or 6 times the process happens. It is always very,very random and super lifelike. I also lose all outside hearing. And another weird thing the time, Drastically. Two examples one time I was dreaming or whatever it is about someone walking down the street and I am talking 2-3 steps when I woke up I was out for a half hour. Another one. I saw the wikipedia home page with the languages and stuff on the bottom. Then the mouse on the screen moved and I woke up that time only 15 min. I do not understand what this is but I think it is super cool. And I explore it as much as I can.

Just for info on why I posted: -To see what it is

-To tell people of it

-To hear of similar experiences

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time is merley a preception of one event following another.

in sleep or otherwise.

i would add more, but i am not sure of what you are asking.

Edited by the eternal me

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Sometimes I'll wake up in the middle of the night, and I'll look at me clock, it will be les say, 3:00am..all of a sudden, I look at it again, and it's 6:00am...I think you jus loose track of time...

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