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Sleep Paralysis and what it means?
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[quote:Stanfiem:MV8yMDQ4MTIwXzM0NzA3MTk2XzdFRUZFRjlE] [quote:FlashMob:MV8yMDQ4MTIwXzM0NDE1NjM5X0Q5Rjk2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 9506273:MV8yMDQ4MTIwXzM0NDE0ODM3XzU1OTdGOEZF] I think you need more sleep. also, do you sleep on your back? It happens the most if you sleep on your back. One way i got it to stop happening so much was to leave the tv on while i slept. i don't know why but it started happening a lot less when the tv was on. [/quote] On my back and tv is ALWAYS on. Doesnt bother me but after doing some reading I have learned that most people are frightened by the experience. I myself try and induce it, I dont have a problem facing my fears, tho I try and keep in mind that none of what I perceive is real. or is it? in a higher dimension. [/quote] If I were a betting man I would say very real just not in our own 'reality' I am no expert just what I have gatherd from my experiences. [/quote]
I experience this on a nightly basis and do not have narcolepsy. Has anyone else dealt with this? What did you see and were you scared?
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