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Fluffy McPeterson
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Sleep Paralysis
So about four years ago (I was 20 at the time) I had my first and only experience with sleep paralysis, it was, by far, the most terrifying experience of my life. I fell asleep alone in my room watching TV, it seems like I was only asleep for a few moments, but I'm not sure how long it really was when I suddenly woke up, unable to move. As I struggled to move any part of my body I noticed something move by my door and tried to ask for help, but I had no voice, I could not make a sound. Slowly a greyish colored woman floated into my room, face down about a foot away from the ceiling, needless to say this was terrifying for me being unable to move or speak, slowly it drifted towards me until it was directly over me, staring down at me, when I looked into it's eyes the world went silent. "She" appeared to be what I can best describe as a ghoulish banshee, her eyes were just sockets leading into darkness, and her face looked as if the skin had partially fallen off, bone was exposed in parts. She wore a very tattered grey cloak that appeared to be ripped at the bottom spattered with a dark brownish color and she had no legs that I could see. The cloak moved as if being blown in a gentle breeze and she stared at me. As I tried my hardest to move, to speak, to do anything she reached down and covered my mouth with a withered, decaying looking hand that smelled putrid, making is so that I couldn't breath. I put all my panicked thoughts into trying to move even my finger a little but it was hopeless. When I felt like I was about to die from suffocation she removed her hand and I could breath again, barley. I looked into her face, into her eyes afraid to look away, afraid of what would happen to me if I did. I felt as if it was trying to pull me from my body and I felt as if part of me was starting to be pulled out. I struggled the best I could to hold onto what it felt was being taken from me. As I stared at it I felt hopeless and was certain I was either dead or was about to die. Then suddenly it slowly drifted back out my cracked door, never taking it's eyeless sockets off me. As soon as it was out of sight behind my door I could move again, I could breath again and my ears suddenly worked again. I was drenched in sweat, confused and still scared, not knowing if it would come back suddenly and violently. The TV was still on, playing an infomercial at a decent volume, not something that could easily be zoned out.

After that I didn't sleep for two or three days afraid that it might come back to me if I did sleep. Eventually my body was overcome with exhaustion and I slept without incident. It was not until about two or two and half years later that I heard anything about sleep paralysis, when I did read about it I found that people who do experience it often see dark shadow figures at the edge of their beds or sometimes a ghoulish figure somewhat similar to what I saw. Science has it's theories on what causes these "hallucinations" but it was just so real. It was as real as seeing the people I see every day.

I just wanted to know if anyone else had experienced similar things and if so what was your experience? What are your thoughts on this phenomenon?

TL;DR: Sleep Paralysis, I saw a ghoulish figure of a woman about a foot from the ceiling. Share your stories and thoughts if you have any.
Fluffy McPeterson
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08/16/2012 05:37 PM
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Re: Sleep Paralysis
So about four years ago (I was 20 at the time) I had my first and only experience with sleep paralysis, it was, by far, the most terrifying experience of my life. I fell asleep alone in my room watching TV, it seems like I was only asleep for a few moments, but I'm not sure how long it really was when I suddenly woke up, unable to move. As I struggled to move any part of my body I noticed something move by my door and tried to ask for help, but I had no voice, I could not make a sound. Slowly a greyish colored woman floated into my room, face down about a foot away from the ceiling, needless to say this was terrifying for me being unable to move or speak, slowly it drifted towards me until it was directly over me, staring down at me, when I looked into it's eyes the world went silent. "She" appeared to be what I can best describe as a ghoulish banshee, her eyes were just sockets leading into darkness, and her face looked as if the skin had partially fallen off, bone was exposed in parts. She wore a very tattered grey cloak that appeared to be ripped at the bottom spattered with a dark brownish color and she had no legs that I could see. The cloak moved as if being blown in a gentle breeze and she stared at me. As I tried my hardest to move, to speak, to do anything she reached down and covered my mouth with a withered, decaying looking hand that smelled putrid, making is so that I couldn't breath. I put all my panicked thoughts into trying to move even my finger a little but it was hopeless. When I felt like I was about to die from suffocation she removed her hand and I could breath again, barley. I looked into her face, into her eyes afraid to look away, afraid of what would happen to me if I did. I felt as if it was trying to pull me from my body and I felt as if part of me was starting to be pulled out. I struggled the best I could to hold onto what it felt was being taken from me. As I stared at it I felt hopeless and was certain I was either dead or was about to die. Then suddenly it slowly drifted back out my cracked door, never taking it's eyeless sockets off me. As soon as it was out of sight behind my door I could move again, I could breath again and my ears suddenly worked again. I was drenched in sweat, confused and still scared, not knowing if it would come back suddenly and violently. The TV was still on, playing an infomercial at a decent volume, not something that could easily be zoned out.

After that I didn't sleep for two or three days afraid that it might come back to me if I did sleep. Eventually my body was overcome with exhaustion and I slept without incident. It was not until about two or two and half years later that I heard anything about sleep paralysis, when I did read about it I found that people who do experience it often see dark shadow figures at the edge of their beds or sometimes a ghoulish figure somewhat similar to what I saw. Science has it's theories on what causes these "hallucinations" but it was just so real. It was as real as seeing the people I see every day.

I just wanted to know if anyone else had experienced similar things and if so what was your experience? What are your thoughts on this phenomenon?

TL;DR: Sleep Paralysis, I saw a ghoulish figure of a woman about a foot from the ceiling. Share your stories and thoughts if you have any.
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bah don't woory about it! it's dream lag! pretty much the same kind of thing you get when you play video games online and you playing with peeps way far away! dream lags create hole in space fabrics which let those stupid creatur get in and take advantage of you!... lol.

i had sleep paralysis when i was younger. my first one was, got attacked by my cat! lol. althought you may not be able to mouve, have no fear!. When you are a strong spiritual body! demons and ghouls stray far away from you, becasue they are very affraid.
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The Desire to Be fuel the belief that you Are which ignite the Will to Become which bring back forth the desire to be...
Let it be-come you! It means Stop seeking your higher self! It is seeking you! Stand still in your mind to calm the waters of your mind and then it shall find you, so you can ride those waves together!
your true self lies somewhere between your heart and your consciousness. It is called the heart consciousness,which is the creator, which is you!
The heart create the emotions and our mind evoke its purpose, from which we dream the life we live in order to imagine the nature of reality and finally remember love!

The highest Purpose of our mind is the ability to Forget! Go on and Forgive yourself!
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Be authentic, nobody else can do it for you!
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08/16/2012 05:38 PM
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Re: Sleep Paralysis
Imagine this as stage one astral projection.

many people through time think it is aliens, demons and whatnot... its just a temporary mind body disconnect.

learn to explore this. sometimes I dont fight it, and i fly through my neighborhood. (its hard to stay afloat, think positive thoughts)

sometimes I try to break out of it in sheer will power, i will groggily get out of bed look at my hand (and nothing is there, just blurriness. like i am made of energy) just to open my eyes while im still laying down.

Its quite an amazing experience. the more you want it to happen, the less it happens. Kinda sucks.
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Fluffy McPeterson (OP)

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08/16/2012 05:50 PM
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Re: Sleep Paralysis
The fear side of it gets in the way of my logical thinking, much like a phobia. I tried to rationalize it as dreams for a long time, and still primarily do, it's just the similarities of what people see that messes with me.

I had done lucid dreaming for about six months or so two years prior and always found it to be enjoyable. I could do what ever I wanted but always found my subconscious pulling me to do what it wanted, and if I didn't give in a little i would just wake up. Lucid dreaming is a wonderful experience, being basically in total control of your own finite universe.
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