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Okay /x/, first time I post here for a long time. I'd mostly stopped coming here last year or so, but people here always seemed to know an unusual amount about lucid dreams, sleep paralysis, and things of that kind.
Basically, I have a sort of recurrent dream where I can only see a single image, as if I had lag in my eyes. The picture is always very vivid and detailed - I could probably use it as a reference for a drawing, if I was capable of doing so in that state. I can not move my body at all, except for sometimes my head, but no matter which way I move it, or if I try to blink, I can never stop seeing the picture.
The strange thing is, I can feel everything that's going on with my real-life body when I have those dreams. This time, for instance, my arm was starting to get sore from the position I'd fell sleep on. and I can ALWAYS make out the texture of my bedsheets. Despite this, it doesn't seem like I have sleep paralysis, as I can't hear anything and the whole "lag in my eyes" business seems too extreme to be an hallucination.
It's not unusual to those dreams to become lucid right before they end, but THIS is the first time I managed to snap out of it. Twice, actually. Maybe thrice or up to five times over if you count the other dreams I had. I dreamed a lot last night. I was going to post a list of my dreams, but the OP ended up too long to be posted, so I'll post it shortly on another one.