Yes, indeed. I believe it is referred to as lucid dreaming.
So real. An incredible concept. Senses do not go to our brain but our brain creates the senses. Way too heavy!
I do not remember having either in any of my dreams during this lifetime but like feeling, sight and sound they are sense perception therefore they may very well manifest themselves in our drams.
Yes I have. They usually occur when I am missing someone who has passed. Or I am dreaming about a family event that involves fun, food and family. Sometimes they are so real i wake up. Especially when it's about my late father. I can smell his unfiltered sportmans cigarets.
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