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Author Topic: Waking up with very heavy vibes and sleep paralysis  (Read 2359 times)
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« on: March 13, 2005, 00:50:20 »

I've always read about people getting sleep paralysis, and how it scared them. I never could understand what could be so spooky about that until about 2 nights ago.

I have very vivid dreams, and have great dream recall, mainly because I keep a dream journal.

I was dreaming that there was a reporter and a tv station van reporting something on tv about my house.  The reporter didn't feel right to me, so I walked over, and grabbed his microphone out of his hands. As soon as I did this in my dream, I was wide away in my bed with heavy vibes.  It was just such a surprising switch. From dreaming, to being fully awake with intense vibes.  Usually when I get vibes, it will feel like my entire bed is shaking violently, and my heart is beating rapidly.  But these vibes where different. It was like a circuar motion inside my chest,  like someone dipped a wooden sppon in my chest and was stirring it around.  

This spooked me a little bit, so I went to sit up... but I couldn't. Than it felt as if that circular area, like of like an electric feeling as well, was pulling me inside it. I couldnt' move.  Had I not been shooken up, it would have been a great exit.  Than I remembered the countless times I've read to wiggle your big toe to break paralysis. So i did, and than moved my foot, than everything just ceased.

I shook it off, and went back to sleep. Started dreaming that I was somewhere, about to light a firecracker, and it happened again.  I was back in my room wide awake with the vibes and paralysis. But this time, the vibes and pulling sensation where so over whelming, never felt anything like it before in previouse obe exits.  it was like something was trying to pull my entire body through a tiny tiny little hole or tube that I just could not fit through.  It was so overwhelming that I had to focus so much effort into just wiggleing my big toe, just trying to get it to budge, finnaly i did and was able to break the paralysis.

I kind of regret not going with the flow of things.  This was my frist time getting SP, and it shook me up a bit.  At least next time though i'll be waiting for it.  

any thoughts or similar expirances? I'd love to hear them.

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« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2005, 01:42:17 »

freaky feeling aye,

If u relax and let the pressure do its thing then you will find yourself starting to float shortly afterwards

Then its just the case of trying to get away from your body which is my problem Tongue
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« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2005, 03:59:45 »

It's possible that the sensation you were feeling was a result of the SP trying to pull you back under (usually to a lucid dream), and you fall asleep again. It feels scary to be pulled under unless you understand that you'll just fall asleep, feels almost like when they put you under with anesthetics for surgery.

Touching your finger and thumb together can be used to break out of it too, which is way that I get out of them. So try that if you can't get your toes working.
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« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2005, 07:27:46 »

yes thats what it felt like, like i was just being pulled under.  It was strange, im used to the feeling of lifting up in these kind of matters.

Lines, so i would have just been "sucked" back to sleep?
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« Reply #4 on: March 13, 2005, 08:10:25 »

Yes, you would have. I had let myself get sucked back down to prove to myself that it was just bringing back to sleep, just forcefully. I sometimes let myself be sucked back in if I'm in a repetative loops of SP, when I break out only to have another episode of SP start up a few seconds later or when it's too difficult or I don't feel like exerting enough willpower to break out. If you get sucked in, then at least you don't need to try to fall asleep again.

Oh, and any pressure on your chest or difficulty breathing is because you're still not in total control over it because your brain thinks that you haven't woken up and hasn't given you the controls back, so to speak. Auditory and visual hallucinations are also common to some people, so try to not let those bother you if you end up getting them.
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« Reply #5 on: March 13, 2005, 18:05:32 »

any how* to induce SP?  I want to expirance it again and not be scared
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« Reply #6 on: March 13, 2005, 20:30:51 »

Yeah, it's a really freaky/scary feeling.

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« Reply #7 on: March 13, 2005, 21:51:26 »

I've never had it, or I had it but I did not notice it because I did not attempt to move.

I got attached by a neg once and it moved my body forward. That was weird. I beat it though.
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« Reply #8 on: March 13, 2005, 22:57:30 »

I get sleep paralysis on a regular basis, and it is almost always caused by a combination of sleeping on my back, sleeping in a strange spot such as a couch or in a chair or in another house, and sleeping at a time when I don't usually go to sleep. I have them a bunch while in my bed while sleeping at noon, during a lunch break. I figure that these regular occurances point to narcolepsy, because I also drop into REM sleep within 5 or 10 minutes of going to sleep (compared to a few hours for other people), but I haven't had a sleep study done yet, so it's just a possiblility.
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