>>129>are you an INFP or just similar to me?
INFPP precisely. Or that's what I have gotten in tests. The general description fits me pretty well. When it suits me I can be very social though.
> I was very into lucid dreaming and inducing sleep paralysis too.
I admit I was never much for inducing it.
When I was young, up until I was 8 I was a chronic sleepwalker. I would wake up in the living room nearly every morning. My mom would catch me standing by the sink as well.
One time I woke up to find myself peeing in the cabinet under the sink and my mom screaming at me. That was probably the most outrageous incident though.
I don't remember when I started experiencing sleep paralysis, but it I would estimate around 6. They weren't originally accompanied with hallucinations, I would just wake up unable to move. I remember being scared, and I would pray to God every night before bed that it wouldn't happen. (I was raised Catholic)
I don't know if this was the first time, but this is the earliest I could remember. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.