Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-22 04:20:03
ID: 45092
In response to a confession. It's completely normal for a person who experiences sleep paralysis to feel this way. I've had lucid dreams and sleep paralysis since I was a kid, and lemme tell ya, I know how terrifying it can be. I thought a demon was trying to kill me, and believed for years that I'd been abducted by aliens. If this happens to you, when you lay down, consciously set the intention that nothing can touch you; anything negative around you is banished and you're protected by *insert whatever you believe in* Angels, God, Jesus, guides, etc. You might even smudge your house with sage. It's the belief and intention behind the action that counts. We have more control/power over our minds than we think.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-22 04:13:31
ID: 45096
In response to a confession. It's called sleep paralysis, and this happened to me frequently as a child. But I'm completely on the fence about that really being what it was for me, for two reasons: 1) We really DID have - what I fully believe to be - a demonic entity in that house, and 2) I left home at 18, I'm almost 50 now, and I never experienced that again.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-21 21:36:35
ID: 45097
In response to a confession. it's called sleep paralysis. it's happened to me a couple times a few years ago and scared me the first time. the second time i could tell it was about to happen and stopped it. hasn't happened to me since.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-21 18:36:20
ID: 45088
In response to a confession. There's a kind of "haunting" or something along those lines where people actually think they have a demon sitting on them, haunting them and they also feel that pressure on their chest of something on their chest and they open their eyes and see a demon sitting on them. I saw something like this on TV a few years ago and apparently this sort of thing has plagued a lot of people and seems to happen to quite a few individuals. I know one lady said she could never sleep more than a few hours cause she'd wake up with a demon on her chest. I can't even remember the name of the show or if there's a name of this odd phenomenon.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-21 16:49:03
ID: 45087
In response to a confession. This was a response to 45083..forgot to fill in that part!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-21 16:47:44
ID: 45086
This is SO not you take any sort of hallucinogenics, op? Or medication that might be messing with your head?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-21 15:36:15
ID: 45083
I have had to instances where I was lying on my back and felt a great pressure on my chest. When I opened my eyes the first time there was a person on top of my chest with their hands over my eyes. I screamed and screamed for help. Then when I opened my eyes again I could see that it was me on top of myself, staring at me with eyes wide open. I continued to scream. When I "came to" I went and asked if anyone heard me screaming and they did not. This happened a second time, but I did not see anything, I just felt pressure and heard loud whispering.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-20 04:59:39
ID: 45044
I'm a lucid dreamer. Recently, I've been listening to binaural beats while I sleep, and holy balls. My dreams are 10x more lucid. Like, having in depth conversations with dead people lucid.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-19 06:14:11
ID: 45023
I don't remember anything from when I was 10-12. The Phoenix Lights incident happened around then, I wonder if there's any correlation. We lived near Luke AFB at that time.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-02-19 06:13:02
ID: 45020
In response to a confession. Suppose your exposure to a certain religion (let's use snake-handling churches as an example) has convinced you that it's a bad religion and in your heart you believe that's true. You mention to someone that you think this is a bad religion and that you believe it can harm people. That makes you a bigot despite the fact that practically everyone with half a brain would believe as you do. It seems important to be able to express one's aversion to something without being branded. That's what free speech is about. And if you don't say something and your country becomes overcome with snake-handling religious people, you might come to the conclusion when it's too late (like after your kid gets bitten by a snake and dies) that you should have spoken up.
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