I can't really get into too many details, I woke up around 7, and then went back to sleep. Anyways, I found myself going from dream to dream very quickly, it was strange. I don't remember all of it, for it seems like it lasted hours and hours. But I would have a dream, then have a false awakening, and then have another dream, at least 5 or 6 times. At one point I had had enough and wanted to wake up. So I just tried to open my eyelids, and I thought I was successful, until I performed a reality check and found I was not. I continued to try to wake myself up, and had at least 5, and possibly up to 10 false awakenings in a row. I would just keep waking up in a different position or such, I'd check if i was sleeping, find that I was, and "fall back asleep." Once I did decide to get up, out of my bed, I found myself staggering around, disoriented. It felt so very difficult to move, and to concentrate on anything, I barely made it out my room, and spent maybe a few minutes in my living room before I had given up and something else took place.
Before this I also had an experience where I entered the void, and consciously went into a dream. I then though about falling in the dream, like sky diving was my goal. Everything started falling and began turning darker. I ended up in my parents basement, spinning in circles as if I was in a tornado. I eventually hit the ground and could barely stand or think. Everything was dark and creepy, I tried to remain calm, my chest felt like it was pounding in an out, not my heart, but my entire chest. Not sure if it was a dream or AP, I started shouting "clarity now!" hoping it would help, but it just seemed to fade into everything else. I had a bad feeling about this place for whatever reason, and I was just trying to calm down, and think about how nice it would be for someone to come and help me out. This didn't really work, and I began saying "help" out loud. I kept thinking I was hearing a voice telling me to leave, or something to that sort, it was just a feeling I was getting. So I tried opening my eyelids, ended up having a false awakening, then waking up right after that.
Any suggestions for optimizing these false awakenings? When I have them I just feel so lethargic like I don't want to get out of bed or move. And once I do I still feel like I can barely control my body and my thoughts.