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Waking up after you've dreamed of yourself can be confusing. As with many other types of dreams, the whole experience doesn't always hit you at once. Oftentimes, the return to the waking world brings with it a flicker of the dream, and then all the details begin to fill in slowly over the next few minutes. Looking for an explanation, you might go back to the beginning of the dream and try to track it to its end. Unfortunately, dreams often don't have coherent, linear story arcs. This probably leaves you still looking for answers

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Waking up after you've dreamed of yourself can be confusing. As with many other types of dreams, the whole experience doesn't always hit you at once. Oftentimes, the return to the waking world brings with it a flicker of the dream, and then all the details begin to fill in slowly over the next few minutes. Looking for an explanation, you might go back to the beginning of the dream and try to track it to its end. Unfortunately, dreams often don't have coherent, linear story arcs. This probably leaves you still looking for answers