From Kook Science
Hypnopompia [hypnopompic] (from Greek: ὕπνος, húpnos, "sleep" + πομπέ, pompé, "conduct[or], guide"; "guide from sleep") is the state of consciousness that exists between sleep and wakefulness (as in a person awakening from sleep), as opposed to hypnagogia, the state between wakefulness and sleep (as in a person falling asleep). Myers describes it as "consisting generally in the persistence of some dream-image into the first moments of waking," as a lingering memory or fading continuation of the activity of a dream.
- Åkerstedt, Torbjörn; Billiard, Michel; Bonnet, Michael; Ficca, Gianluca; Garma, Lucile; Mariotti, Maurizio; Salzarulo, Piero; Schulz, Hartmut (2002), "Awakening from Sleep", Sleep Medicine Reviews 6 (4): 267-86, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10948058_Awakening_from_sleep
- ↑ Myers, F. W. H. (1906), Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death, p. 96