I know that the sleeping mind can easily make you believe nonsense. And so, for some of my first lucid dreams, I initially thought I just had dreamt about being lucid. But, willing to root out nonsense and considering the definition of lucid dreaming, I came to the conclusion that these were indeed lucid dreams, albeit very short. I'm at lucid dreaming since February and, currently, have about one short lucid dream per month.
When awakening from last night's sleep, however, I had a new experience, which I would consider progress: I briefly realized I were in my bed and could move. I tried to further be concerned with a dream that I thought I might have had. Somehow, I got to try to make a voice out of nowhere speak. It didn't work with every sentence, but with at least two. I concentrated on the sentence, maybe somewhat "articulated" it myself in my mind, trying to trigger the voice, and, thus, could make the female voice repeat those sentences back to me. The sentences, translated from my native language, were: "I am a lucid dreamer," and: "I want to keep my awareness that I am dreaming." These are sencences I often tell myself when doing reality tests and before going to sleep.
My question is: Can I view this as a lucid dream, even though I lost my sleep paralysis? Or was it rather hypnopompia? (It wasn't a false awakening.) You should know that I, previously, also experienced these two situations: I woke up kicking at something; so, sleep paralysis had left me and I didn't realize it (this is not a regular occurence). And I had a lucid dream in my bed where I couldn't move, which was strange to me at the time; but, when awake and thinking about it, I realized, it must have had something to do with sleep paralysis.