I've been having a quite strange daydreaming experience lately, and it happens in absolutely any place or time of the day; I'm thinking about something on my way to the kitchen, I open the refrigerator and BAM, I "wake up" after like 2 minutes feeling like it's been an hour; if I close my eyes while I'm on the shower, I just drown into these thoughts and come back like I was pushed there; and even when I'm going to sleep, these thoughts come and I enter that state.
Actually, the main experience has been happening exactly when I sleep, my dreams, in comparison to their old manifestations are now completely different; some years ago, they were just the normal, cliché dreams (different visions of familiar environments, like my room, house and garden; falling, appearing naked to public or something like that); but now, they've changed so much it actually amazes me.
Since some months ago, my dreams drastically changed from that, to completely new, and mostly unreal places; extremely colorful, with an extremely high amount of details, and feelings inside them, some of those are so deep that I can feel the whole environment, get myself inside the actual place, hear voices, dialogues and even "feel" touch or odor.
Like yesterday, I've had a dream about some woods, with dry brownish green leaves over the floor and a peaceful yellow sky, I was running into a boy, and we eventually managed to find an old wall with a hole on it, I got through it and I could "see" myself inside, look to the sides and up, and have a view of a dark, immense old house, with a huge stairway; with dull portraits of medieval ladies on the walls, the boy disappeared and I started to walk into the stairway as I "heard" some scratching noises, I eventually ended up on the top, looked down and "felt" scared (because I don't like high places), I heard the loud voice of a man babbling, and then woke up; even if the nonsense did stay, I could actually feel these things and remember them when I woke up, and even if I close my eyes and think of that, the images of those flashbacks just come, like these actually are stored as any normal memories.
Even the dreams that feature any resemblance with previously seen places (like one I had with the school I was in the 2nd grade) were completely different, the faces and voices were from there, but the environment was extremely detailed and always too big; they now give me a strange experience, that I feel completely immerse inside that universe, and when I wake up, I always feel like I've been sleeping for much longer than a single night.
These just started showing up by the years and came alongside some weird, yet useful sensations, like being now able to imagine senses, to feel a touch that didn't happen, or to smell an odor that isn't there; it's both good and bad, depending on the view, as I can actually make my eyes "see" something different without sleeping and be able to dig for a certain memory, even a class related memory, but it also makes my mind to float on times when I need to get something done by a certain amount of time, like some tests that I wasn't able to deal so well with for my whole life.
I'm just a little worried; I don't even know if this is a real problem, as I actually enjoy this and don't really feel like it's something that bad, as my nightmares and falling dreams were replaced by those, I don't really know if this is happening because I'm just closer to myself in these vacations than I am in my normal routine, or just some other stuff I'm not aware of.
I just want to know some opinions, and possibly some experiences, as I probably won't talk much about this to many people without it looking like I'm completely out of my mind. Is all this actually wrong?
*Not quite sure if this suits the Rubik's Cube or the Speakeasy; I'm sorry if this is in the wrong place.