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Sleep paralysis/ghost or spirit thing? :S?

Okay so I was asleep the other day, alone in the MORNING. (I’m a huge wimp when it comes to ghosts and stuff so I don’t get but sleep at night, which is why sometimes i sleep in the morning.) And I got sleep paralysis. I’ve had it a couple of times before but not like this. I woke up and I couldn’t move and out of the corner of my eye, I saw something black moving back and forth but I couldn’t see it properly, cause i couldn’t move my head -.- And then there was this white thing that came towards me and BOOM, I could move again. I’m VERY superstitious and i believe in paranormal stuff. I’m convinced that that white thing was my spirit? I just found out that when you sleep, your spirit wonders around. Has this happened to anyone before?


  1. Sleep paralysis is a very common phenomenon and it is very often coupled with hallucinations, panic, and a sense of danger. Your body chemistry changes when you sleep (so that when you’re dreaming about running at full speed, you stay in bed instead of thrashing around). This is kind of the opposite. To put it simply, You wake up before that paralysis has “worn off”. A regular healthy sleep schedule will stop this from happening for most people.
    Of course the old superstition is that the devil is sitting on your chest.

    • I have experienced this for a long time now, sometimes worse than others. Last night i was awoke to something at about my knees and not humanoid, I was trying to yell, I could’nt, I tried to bump my girlfriend, I could’nt. This was the first time that my abdoman was shaking hard enough to move my shoulders which has only happened maybe once befor but not near as strongly. It happened twice befor that within a 2 hour period but without the shaking. Once something vanished into a shdow on the ceiling from being in my face, and the other I could only feel a presence and it ended quickly. This has never happened more than once in a single night befor. I dont spook easily and i generally disregard it go back to sleep, but this time i really felt in danger. I have read into this with no satisfaction as to my experience, if somone has some insight into this please e-mail me at BPDCONSTRUCTION@GMAIL.COM or at MYJUNKEMAIL1@GMAIL.COM. Ihave read alot of stories that are obviously bogous and just someone that is tring to get attention or fit in or something, please none of that i am very serious about this. I appreciate any sincere replys, thankyou ; BigdaddyJ.

  2. The paralysis is from the black spirit. The white thing is a guardian angel. It is very bad if you vibrate and are paralised. Only the most evil spirits can make your soul vibrate. They can steal your life too.

  3. Sleep paralysis can come with eye spots. Your irises can get paralyzed too and stuff like shadows and light in your room will get focused weird in your eye. You’re brain isn’t all the way on so you’ll interpret this stuff in very creative ways (i mean you’re half asleep).
    Sleep paralysis happens the most when you’re really tired too. That’s why it happened this morning. It always happens to me when I’m backpacking, and worn out.
    I mean this is all how you’re interpreting this. If you didn’t believe in ghosts, you wouldn’t see them.
    What’s really interesting is, because you believe there’s something with you, you get an adrenaline rush that makes it seem more real.
    The psychology behind ghost visions is really interesting. You should check it out.

  4. It’s a natural phenomenon, and it’s all due to the horrendous layer of bodges upon bodges that is the human body.
    When you are asleep, your body should not move muscles in response to stimulus from the brain. (But if you have ever watched a dog sleeping, you will know that slight muscle movements sometimes still get through.) Re-enabling movement is not always instantaneous; hence in some people, there is a brief window of time in which you are paralysed. This normally lasts a matter of seconds, but can feel much longer.
    As for what you saw, that was a dream evaporating. Again, it’s happening because there are a lot of separate processes involved in waking up, and they don’t all happen at once.

  5. I had the same thing happen to me for years.
    I went to a doctor and he said it was anxiety attacks.
    I went to a piest and he said it was demonic attacks.
    I got paralized , felt as though someone was sitting on my chest, I was shaking and couldn’t scream for help. I thought I was going to die, and this happened every night that I was too afraid to go to sleep.
    I don’t care what anyone else says, but the moment I said the name “Jesus” it left.
    At that stage of my life I wasn’t strong in faith at all.
    @Rob – very good answer
    Shows how scared the demons really are of Jesus.


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