>>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.
I had fallen asleep in the living room. I woke up laying face down, unable to move as usual. This time though, all I could hear was the sound of a lawnmower. It sounded like it was right in the room.
I tried as hard as I could to move and when I could, I just started crying and went to go wake my mom up and tell her what happened. She explained to me then that it would happen to her when she was little, and that it was alright. (She later told me that it had only happened once or twice to her.
I suppose since I had a few bad experiences with it throughout my youth (even up until now), I try to avoid paralysis as much as I can. Sleeping on my side helps, and of course not eating sweets anywhere near bed time. (That is just good advice in general lol)