If your referring to being aware you are dreaming within a dream - no. That's different and I don't know what the heck they call that.
There is a time space between waking and sleeping which is quite similar to self-hypnosis (which seems, to me, to be a form of mind discipline which allows the mind to wander which takes mind freedom). If, upon waking, but not yet fully awake, we realize we were just in a dream, with practice, we can mind walk back into that dream and continue the dream. I don't believe you could fully control the dream. But there is a reasoning that you can request your subconscious to change/control.
Unlike self-hypnosis, I can't change the dream or anything, but I do tend to remember them well.
At a later time, I can use self-hypnosis and actually mind walk back into the dream.
Actually, the only time I go back into dreams or waking moments of memories are when they pertain to my childhood. It takes a lot of time and concentration.
My therepist told me that some people who practice self-hypnosis actually go into the remaking of a memory, and change the outcome thus giving power to the powerless, i.e. the child. And also do what they want to the abuser, i.e. my father. He suffered violently in my mind for several years.
I took her suggestion and this is what I used to do. It's rather like those computer games, where the person is going through a long hall looking for things. That's what it's like to go back into a memory. You're just looking and you can see things unfold - but you don't have the power to change anything until the unfolding is over.
Then you can go back and change, but the original is still embedded in your mind. That never changes nor goes away.
I've tried to explain this to my incest group one time - but no one understood what I was talking about. I've never actually read about anyone else doing this, but would be curious to see how others approach it. My therepist said it was rare (she did not say odd, thank you.) She said I was not average (she did not say normal, thank you.)
Sorry I've rattled on - I've actually never talked about it fully. When I tried, people had no concept of what I was talking about. And in my incest group, they would leave the poor child to suffer in their minds for as long as they were alive. They didn't realize they could mentally save the child, thus saving themselves. If not based in reality, still based in mind.
Thanks for listenting, guess since you do poetry and stuff, your mind might be used to bending also?