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Message Subject shadow demon/sleep paralysis?
Poster Handle ANHEDONIC
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Aliens are fallen angels. Anyone who experience sleep paralysis should read this website with testimonies of people being attacked by those demons and educated themselves what is causing them.

[link to www.alienresistance.org]

[link to www.alienresistance.org]

Those are the words you need to say (even in silence) to stop those nasty aliens/demons attacks. Even if you forget them just repeating Jesus name would do. It works! Don't let them or anyone else deceive you by their false gospels. Demons are after your soul!!!

"The Lord Jesus Christ Rebuke You, The Lord Adonai Rebuke You! ..."

 Quoting: Kinga

No. when you say stuff to do with jesus u expect it to get rid of it, since it is just a dream u can control it... so it does get rid of it... u see?
 Quoting: Chris Hansen

I tend to feel you are correct. People do not realize how important/powerful their conscious INTENT is. This is why the placebo effect has proven to be so effective in medical/labratory studies. When people firmly BELIEVE they are doing something (or taking action) that's going to make them better, they are consciously creating the mindset that enables them to achieve that intention. People who call out to 'Jesus Christ' are speaking a phrase that they believe empowers them and this INTENTION removes them from the state of fear and what do you know, their undesirable experience ceases to exist. What does that tell you about how the emotional state of the individual influences the experience? There is nothing supernatural/mystical about it. Just the powers/abilities of the mind.

Many individuals experience sleep paralysis with no hallucinations/visualizations or elements of fear. They regain control over their body shortly thereafter when full consciousness/functioning has been completley restored. I've never heard of a case of anyone being 'stuck' in the sleep paralysis state. It's always temporary, is it not? So if you choose to do nothing while in that state, the experience will end irregardless of your action/will.

People interested in this phenomena should research Hynagogia:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Sleep Paralysis
Humming, roaring, hissing, rushing, zapping, and buzzing noises are frequent in conjunction with sleep paralysis (SP). This happens when the REM atonia sets in sooner than usual, before the person is fully asleep, or persists longer than usual, after the person has (in other respects) fully awoken.[17] Sleep paralysis is reportedly very frequent among narcoleptics. It occurs frequently in about 6% of the rest of the population, and occurs occasionally in 60%.[28] In surveys from Canada, China, England, Japan and Nigeria, 20 to 60% of individuals reported having experienced SP at least once in their lifetime.[29][30] The paralysis itself is frequently accompanied by additional phenomena. Typical examples include a feeling of being crushed or suffocated, electric "tingles" or "vibrations", imagined speech and other noises, the imagined presence of a visible or invisible entity, and sometimes intense emotion: fear or euphoria and orgasmic feelings.[29][31] SP has been proposed as an explanation for at least some alien abduction experiences and shadow people hauntings.[32]


On the subject matter of conscious INTENT, people should realize that by subscribing to this notion and believing that inter-dimensional, malicious entities (demons) are stalking and attacking them - they are actually fueling and giving power to these THOUGHT-FORMS. By choosing to believe in them you are empowering your 'experience' with your thought/intent. Even the word 'demon' by itself is designed to invoke and is associated with the fear-response of the human mind, which will actually create the emotional state required to see/witness/experience such things while experiencing varying states of consciousness in the sleep & waking state.

Do not underestimate the power of your consciousness as well as the subconscious mind. If you extend belief to something, even on a subconscious level, you will and can manifest it (regardless of whether it's real or not) while experiencing varying states of consciousness. If you want to stop having unpleasant experiences, stop fueling them with fear-based emotions & self-generated negative energy. Those experiences will reoccur as long as you give power to them and make yourself feel like a victim who is being attacked or believe that you are powerless to prevent these experiences from occuring.

Personally I choose not to believe in 'demons' because I refuse to give power to that thought-form and I refuse to create the emotional state that would allow me to manifest/create/fuel any such experiences. I do feel that entities/beings in all likelihood could exist across a spectrum of different dimensions but there are firm barriers in place and I will not make myself to be a victim and refuse to enable my personal space to be trespassed on by anyone & anything against my WILL and without my consent. I'm simply not having it.

Take your power back. Stop giving it away through your fear-response and your beliefs in negative thought-forms. Research & educate/empower yourself. YOU dictate & control your conscious intent. Part ways with fear and you will part ways with these types of unpleasant experiences!


P.S. our consciousness (or conscious awareness) leaves or separates from your physcal body during the sleep/dream state. Research / look into it. I have experienced this phenomena first-hand. When you endure sleep-paralysis it is tied to your consciousness/awareness returning (and being restored) to your physical body when you are leaving that state. No 'THING' external to you is creating this sensation for you - you are just experiencing a not well-understood phenomena that is connected to a natural process that occurs during the transition between the waking & sleep/dream state. Normally we do not 'awake' until this process is completed and full functioning has been restored to our body.
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