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It is so common, I thought we all had experienced.
Well, the first step I saw a girl dressed in white floating in front of me, talking to me but did not understand that she wanted to tell me. I could not breathe, could not move or scream, is scary but you will pass quickly.
Sorry my bady english btw
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I've never seen any visual hallucinations
Maybe because I'm usually too scared to open my eyes lol
I usually hear scary sounds like loud electrical buzzing or metal banging. Sometimes I hear people talking and I hear my name being said a lot in the conversations. Those are the most unsettling auditory hallucinations in my opinion, hearing my name being said or hearing people talk about me. One time I heard a bunch of bees just swarming around me.
Also I feel a lot of physical sensations, usually I just feel like theres something pushing me down really hard, I used to hate it but now it's kind of comfy feeling. Then sometimes I feel like I'm spinning or flying down a hallway really really fast and being blown around by wind. And sometimes I just feel really intense vibrations.
I always keep my eyes closed though. I've learned to handle with the spookiness of the other sensations but I'm scared that if I open my eyes and see something like your pic staring down at me I will fucking lose it. I wish I weren't such a coward.
I had sleep paralysis once as a kid at summer camp. It was the kind of place that had farm animals on it. I woke up in the middle of the night and was convinced a chicken was somehow wrapped up in my sheets. I thought my hands were around it, and for some reason I couldn't move to let go of it.
Eventually someone turned a flashlight on and I could see there was nothing in my bed. It switched a flip or something and suddenly I could move again.
I found it very frightening but mainly, I think, because I couldn't understand what was happening (I had never heard of sleep paralysis). It was like having a nightmare: frightening in the moment, but not once you realize it was just a dream.
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The last year I had a lot sleep paralysis and I mean a lot, at least 1 for week. I had so much paralysis dreams that I got used.
Almost always the shadows on the roof turned into a shadow figure, probably a woman or something, like witch, i can't tell, always said things that I couldn't understand, at first I got really scared but within months I got so used that I really didn't feel scared or something anymore. Like: Oh! another paralysis dream.
I had a 'way' to exit from this dreams, I closed my eyes, as hard I can (on the dream), and I tried to not listen, moving is really hard when you are in this condition, but I got so used that somehow I could move, I mean, I felt like my body weigh ten times heavier, but I could hardly move.
So, I closed my eyes, with my hand I did the signal of holy cross and started to recite some common prayers (I'm catholic).
I'm not sure how, but this really help me to 'exit' of this kind of dreams.
Despite for being catholic I'm sure there is no demons or witches, I attribute these dreams to the stress and depression I was living at the time.I also improved a bit my egirish
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>>90>Pic no related
On most imageboards, people respect you for not posting unrelated images. Posting without an image is allowed.
Interesting, though. I've never had sleep paralysis.>I'm catholic
God is only as real as those shadow figures: the human mind tries to make real whatever it thinks about often enough.
Don't be an ass. Leave the spic alone. >>90
I hope you only have good dreams for the rest of your life, spic.
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When I was 8 I woke up and was unable to move for a few seconds. I could still look around. After 3 or 4 seconds I got my arms to finally move. I remained oddly calm throughout the whole thing and afterwards thought it felt cool to try and move and it slowly comes back to you/
Oh is this sleep paralysis? I guess I have experienced it once before.>high school>wake up in the middle of the night>feel an arm wrapped up/tangled in my upper body>i sleep alone>go into full panic mode>think a corpse is in my bed>realize i can't move, but i thought it was more a mental fear than a physical one>tell myself to calm down, that it's been X amount of time since i've been like this, a few more minutes won't hurt>slowly regain control of my body>realize it was my own arm that had fallen asleep
I gotta say, I found it really funny after the fact and I wish I could have that happen again.
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I've never seen a shadowy figure in sleep paralysis, but thats often due to me. What happens though is that I feel my bed shake or some kick waking me up so I try move to look at what caused it or try to yell to my gf for help. I realize I can't move and have to wait for my body to gain strength again (starts with fingers to limbs). I just go back to sleep after I gain movement again.
Even though I've never seen a figure I had a nightmare. It was this weird play playing in the back of my head. It went like this
>My name is Amanda
>I liked dolls
>My dad friends sometimes bought me big dolls
>I didn't play with them because they were creepy
>I grew up and stopped playing with dolls
>I was sorting through my old stuff one day
>The creepy dolls all had 'Amanda stealing dolls' on the back
The dolls all looked like the Junju Ito puppets
I've never had any figures before, and I hope I dont get any in the future.
I find I can get myself out of paralysis by wiggling my toes, though I may be unique in this. Eventually it wakes up my ankle and from there my legs are able to and I just wake up my body.
I plan on taking up lucid dreaming too, I hope you find success in it!