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Author Topic: I keep getting back after leaving my body during sleep paralysis.  (Read 595 times)
IsayWhaat
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« on: April 01, 2016, 04:40:11 »

Hey, so Im having for quite some time now this problem. I wake up in the non-physical and I'm on my bed laying, having sleep paralysis to be precise, but without fear. So I'm just laying there stuck. First I would like to say is that when I wake up and realize the situation, my body feels twisted. It literally feels like my body is handicaped. My arms are completely turned around and pushed together, my head is stuck on one position, almost as if my neck is broken, my legs feel broken as well and placed onto my back or beside me. I feel retarded in complete meaning of that word. That's the first problem. Second one comes when I'm trying to leave my body. It went from completely easy to almost impossible now. At first I would be floating and would just push myself away with one leg or I would roll out on one side and fall on the floor and proceed to have lucid dream. Now? I'm struggling, I'm barely moving my hands as I'm crawling out inch by inch. I have to grab myself with one arm on bed, another on table and pull out until all of my "body" is free of my physical one. And then I would proceed to go lucid. And here comes the third problem I'm experiencing right now. After I leave my body, my head stays the same way.

So I already said it feels like my neck is broken (while in sleep paralysis). And my view only falls down on my left. I'm struggling, leaving and after I leave, my view stays the same. If I try and move my head and see right and up, I hit blackness and before knowing it, I'm back in sleep paralysis state - laying in my bed. And then I go again, crawling out, struggling, and the moment I try to move my head to see elsewhere (after leaving) blackness shows up and I'm thrown back.

How do I go back to just rolling out of bed? And why does my body feel so twisted? Before, I would wake up (in dream) the same way I fall asleep - on my back, hands beside me, legs stretched out. Now? I wake up upside down, on my stomach with my limbs being everywhere. And when I say everywhere, I mean everywhere. I had my right feet touching my ear the other night while laying on stomach. Like wtf?
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« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2016, 08:07:31 »

I went through this years ago...you have to admit there is some humor in it, ending up in a heap on the floor, or with your foot hanging over your head cheesy. I had a couple exits where it felt like I dragged my pillow with me, clamped against my head with my right hand, lol. Early on I managed an exit once with very low energy and just collapsed on the floor like a body with no bones, you could have folded me up into a suitcase!

I don't have the answer as to how but I have a suspicion as to the why. It could have to do with your energy level; it might indicate a lack of proper and focused Intent, i.e. You have to have a valid and definite reason for your OBE.

There could be another reason and you will have to work this out for yourself. Often when we reach an impasse within our NP adventures, it is the NPR's way of gently nudging us to consider other possibilities. That's like Rule #3 of the NPR...

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« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2016, 16:53:00 »

Okay, that's pretty valid point there. I do not have intent to do OBE or anything, it just happens from time to time, but it's annoying that when it happens, I can't just lie in bed waiting for it to pass. In that point, I have to move, I have to get out no matter what. I'm not as phlegmatic there as I'm here thinking about it.

I use to have a motive or goal which I wanted to achieve there, so I tried my best to do it. But, one failure after another kinda left me dissapointed. The fact that I tried and had my conciousness there a lot more stable (I guess is the word), left the consequences of remembering all the nightmares that happened inbetween; with clear faces, visuals, etc. I would wake up in the morning still feeling that fear that is just wrong. After I couldn't shake it for whole week, I stopped trying because it was simply not worth it. It's a lot easier to wake up in the morning think about college or something and forget all that happened. Works like a charm. Thanks for fast reply tho.  grin
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