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Author Topic: Sleep Deprivation and my AP experience  (Read 1318 times)
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« on: June 07, 2016, 20:58:39 »

Month of February, 2015
       It was the final year of my high school, and I had my annual exams the next month. In my country, the peer pressure is quite intense and expectations are very high. Failure of a subject is never a choice. In contrast, I was more of a slacker. I kept failing many examinations and had never studied well. All of this piled up and I had an immense amount of the syllabus left to study.
       The pressure was on. Emotions were running high in my family. Soon, it was the night before the dreaded mathematics exam. I hadn't slept the previous night at all. I greatly feared a failure the next day. My eyes were drooping, my brain was banging against my skull. It was 2:30 am. I was tired - very, very. I could not just give up and go to bed like I usually do. These exams would decide the course of my life. But I had to take a nap.
       I switched off all the lights. Set my bed. Laid down. It was late in the night. Dark and silent, with my AC humming above me. I closed my eyes. My brain was so weak, after all those stupid formulas. I observe myself. I watch it patiently. I could feel it. My body had begun to slip away in deeeep trance. I was drifting off. I pulled myself back again. And again, I was slipping away.
      In the distant background, I heard a moderately loud police siren.     SNAP!     There's a 'thunderstorm'. Deep, loud thunders from high up the sky, roaring, and heavy rainfall behind my closed windows. Suddenly, there's this force that is holding me by the feet and spinning me around like a ball tied to a thread. I was spinning under great velocities. Oh god, i felt like an astronaut taking off in a rocket. And in a fraction of a second, I split from my body.
      Nothing much had happened next. I soon came back to my body, and was rejoiced by what had happened. To my surprise, there was no rainfall at all. No thunderstorm or anything of that sort!

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« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2016, 16:05:47 »

Sleep Deprivation and obes, go hand in hand. Sounds like you were going in and out of vibration mode. Your body ready for sleep, but you trying to keep mind awake, that is what an OBE is. Going in and out of vib mode could sound like what you talking about....very much loud static, wooshing sounds, and in and out of body effect can sound like loud popping noise(thunder) followed by swishing sound (rain)..........Hey IDK, but yeah you had something. Want more? repeat your actions............
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