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Sleep paralysis, hallucinations? or real?

what are they like? like mine or what?
ill quickly go into some of what i believe are my sleep paralysis experiences…….
first time, i find my self frozen in a trance like state, i just found my self like that, thought i was dead haha, i wasnt to worried for some reason…
later i started having sp with visions, just seeing the room im in, i dont know if my eyes are really opened or not, feels like they are, or is it the astral eyes that are open or the minds eye.
onetime, i was laying on my side, and my mother had a playstation game paused, the tune was catchy and it actually caused sleep paralysis in me, as soon as i could see the room, i thought, yah! baby time to obe!
i willed and willed to float out of my body, well thats untill i heard this creepy laughing, that seemed to come from everywhere, i quickly went from willing to leave my body, to willing to stay put!
then, this is the worse bit, something stuck its hand, inside of my body, it really hurt! im not jokeing


  • People ask for what they get when they fool around with things like astral projection (obe) God tells us NOT to play around with things like that, He also warns us of demons (evil spirits) who take advantage of people who delve in occult things, and those spirits CAN and WILL possess you if you let them. My suggestion would be for you to STOP all that nonsense before you get yourself into something that you can’t get out of. Pray to God to help you, and May God Bless you!

  • Hallucinations…like dreaming with your eyes open. Used to happen to me frequently as a teenager….grew out of them at some point.

  • It’s a fairly common occurance… You’re not the only one. And people are usually bored to death listening to other people’s dreams.

  • It’s scary. I used to have frequent bouts with the disorder. The best advice I can give you is to follow good sleep hygiene:
    getting enough sleep
    reduce stress
    exercise regularly (but not too close to bedtime)
    keep a regular sleep schedule

    I know how you feel. I have a severe sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea.

    Believe it or not, but sleep paralysis does have a good side. It prevents us from hurting ourselves or others during dreams. It’s when it follows us into the waking state that it becomes a disorder. See an ENT ASAP.

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