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Firstly we would have to question what being awake is and what a dream is To the average person well we could then question what the average person is but that is another journal a dream is a series of images ideas emotions and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep Awake again to the average person is being alert and aware and completely conscious not in a state of sleep From these definitions obviously there would be ways to certainly distinguish being awake from dreaming If one is having a dream they may feel as if they can smell the scents taste what is in their mouth and feel the texture of whatever they may be holding however scientifically it would be your mind almost tricking you in your dream that you are actually doing those actions when really you are not The same goes for the two other scents sight and hearing Sure we can see our dreams but we are not using our eyes and we are not using our ears It is a figment of ones imagination that they can actually hear and see The imagination is so confusing to start with you can visualize an image but it is not in front of your eyes so explaining a dream is a bit complicated Some people dream a lot some do not Everyone supposedly has a few dreams a night each of which are said to be ten minutes some can remember some cannot some peoples dreams are totally random where as others actually reflect the persons own experiences I myself dream tons and remember most of them I know another who does not dream or does not remember them I reflectthink a lot before I actually fall asleep where as the other goes to bed and he is asleep in ten minutes I have not conducted a survey or experiment on dreaming nor
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