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User avatar #123 - whynotzoidberglol (09/16/2013) [-]
I have sleep paralysis a lot, but I never see any figures. It's still ******* scary, but you just have to calm your nerves and you'll be good. i once had sleep paralysis for 10 seconds and it felt like an eternity. I want to lucid dream, but I can't do it. For those of you who can, you are damn good.
User avatar #118 - YippieKiYay (09/16/2013) [-]
I had a similar experience but I wasn't paralysed - I was just half asleep/half awake (maybe hypnagogia?). Anyway, I was lying in my bed and there was this woman sitting on the end of my bed and she was telling me that 'it' was coming for me, but I didn't know what it was. She told me it was coming for me soon and I didn't know what to do - I was scared so I kind of just wanted to pull the covers over my head and ignore her, but I figured if there was something coming for me, I'd at least want to see it and have warning. So I turned on the light and was looking at everything in my room, and I knew there wasn't literally a woman on my bed, but I was sure there was. And I asked her what was coming for me and she said a little girl (like in The Ring) was coming to get me (and kill me). But then I rationalised with myself and told myself that could never happen - those things don't exist - so I forced myself to tun off my light and go back to sleep. That kind of thing kept happening to me for a little while (kind of hallucinating), but never as vivid as that one.
User avatar #117 - krazekaotik (09/16/2013) [-]
happened to me once and i saw a black figure creeping over me i felt like it was taking my breath away i was screaming as loud as i could but nothing came out it was the freakiest thing ive ever endured
User avatar #116 - yomamashouse (09/15/2013) [+] (4 replies)
sleep paralysis "happens" to me quite a lot. It is awful. Every time. Sometimes I tell myself that if it happens again (which it will) to withstand it to find out what else can happen. I just can't seem to do it. I know the feeling exactly when it is about to happen, so I can get myself out of it before I go in. But sometimes I can't stop it from happening. The worst was a couple weeks ago I had one and could not for the life of me get out of it and my leg went up in the air and something pulled me down my bed and that's when I finally woke up. haven't done it since but that was the worst experience I ever had with it. I don't recommend trying to have sleep paralysis. but if you want to know how to scare the **** out of yourself, go for it.

oh and it's terribly hard to talk during them too. I usually get out a whimper or a muffly sound for a cry for help. but that is the best I can do.
User avatar #109 - crazyhindu (09/15/2013) [-]
Alright listen up kiddies, when you achieve halucinatory sleep paralysis, you will hear **** REMAIN STILL keep your eyes close do not attempt to move trust me this is just a stepping stone after a few minutes it will pass and you will be asleep and be lucid You can use this as a stepping stone to learning how to lucid dream much more easily.
User avatar #90 - ACanadian ONLINE (09/15/2013) [-]
About a month ago I had what I think was sleep paralysis. I couldn't move my arms or legs,, my eyes were closed and I felt something licking my face, except there was no wetness. At the time I thought it was just the puppy I was taking care of, but maybe it was this instead.
User avatar #89 - ultimatebadass (09/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
This happened to me a few weeks ago and holy **** , it is literally the scariest thing ever. My eyes were wide open but I couldn't move a muscle no matter how hard I was trying, there was a man standing right beside my bed just staring at me, for what felt like hours. If you can help it don't do this it is honestly terrifying
#83 - smittywrbmnjnsn (09/15/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I've been trying to WILD (Wake Induce Lucid Dream) for quite a while now...

and I've never actually succeeded. I've gotten to the point where I've heard babies crying (even though I live a mile from anyone else) and glass breaking, but I've never actually been able to make the push into a dream.

Can someone give me advice?

Or does someone want to be friends with me, and try to WILD ever night and share the progress in the morning?
User avatar #81 - PedoBearsAcomin (09/15/2013) [-]
I get this occasionally but i have never been scared. Once i could get up and could feel everything so i could walk over to my desk and touch it but my vision didnt change, that was weird. Another time i just heard very quite voices but it wasnt that bad, you can wake yourself up if you REALLY try and move. Wouldn't call it enjoyable
User avatar #80 - theguywhoaskswhy (09/15/2013) [-]
Thank you... For convincing me that I absolutely must try this.
#77 - skysailor (09/15/2013) [-]
Sleep paralysis doesn't have to be scary. Your mind is at work here and you can control it. If you get scared, you will hallucinate scary things. The trick is to stay calm. People who say that sleep paralysis is scary are usually ignorant of this. Sleep paralysis can lead to lucid dreams if you do it right. The process outlined in this post is pretty accurate. There are a lot of other tips that will help across the internet. One of the things you may stumble upon is Out of Body Experiences, or OBEs. This is when your spirit/conscious separates from your body. It's also known as Astral Projection. Sleep paralysis precedes this phenomenon Don't consult horror movies for information on astral projection, like Insidious, because they are not accurate in the least bit. While projecting, you can go anywhere. Time and distance no longer apply since you are not of the physical. If you're interested, do some online research and keep an open mind.
#53 - anonymous (09/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I have tried this. Not on purpose. But for 3-4 nights i had the same dream. Laying in my bed, all is just so real, i didn't knew if i was asleep og awake.. suddenly my doors open and there is an Old women, with a very dark face, can only see the outline, and every night she would come a little closer to me, until the last night where she would sit on my bed and reading stuff from the bible. I wasnt able to move my body og say anything.. I searched the internet about my ****** up dreams, and found out that it was pretty normal.. I read some other stories about people with the same experinces as me, all had this old lady in them. Some times the old lady would just sit by their side, some times she would get hostile trying to beat them or kill them.. oh .. FYI, its a dream everybody will have a least one time in their life. lets just hope the old lady comes by with cookies and milk, and not a slaughter knife..
User avatar #52 - natabre (09/15/2013) [-]
I really want to try it, I've never experienced anything more exciting than someone touching my privates with clothes on for one second. Seriously. ._.

Seriously, though, once I do this, will I be able to go to sleep at will or wait until the paralysis is gone, then...? I'm not sure what we're supposed to do the next, I'm scared of being paralyzed permanently, lol.
User avatar #49 - gadgetzan (09/15/2013) [-]
I try this every now and then, managed to get to paralysis maybe 3 times, nothing unpleasant though. First time I did feel a weight on my chest, but I just started thinking up scenarios in my head like walking down a street or chatting with a girl. It was just like a little more realistic dream that I could partially control.
#48 - generalkolo (09/15/2013) [-]
Just in case y'all wondered
Just in case y'all wondered
#33 - anonymous (09/15/2013) [-]
I've only ever had this once, but I remember it so clearly. It was the night before a major exam, and I had revised until I was ready to pass out, then went to bed and next thing I knew I was seeing some tall, bald figure who just seemed to be looking at my bookshelves. I barely even realised that I couldn't move, because I was trying so hard not to move in case he turned around and saw me. I slept with the lights on for about two weeks afterwards (yet I somehow passed the exam).
User avatar #32 - zomitlu (09/15/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I always sleep on my back and this is quite terrifying, i try sleeping on my side but it just feels like all my organs are falling and squashing to one side.

User avatar #30 - daragon ONLINE (09/15/2013) [-]
Sometinhg like this happend to me when i was like 6 or 7 years old, and i still feel like someone/something is going to kill me if i leave my neck un-covered
#28 - anonymous (09/15/2013) [-]
I usually get this when I nap in the middle of the day. I'll wake in a half dream like state, not be able to move and feel something sitting on my bed, or coming into my room, etc. One time I thought I was at a wedding; I could hear clapping clear as day. Another time I could hear a song that was stuck in my head, literally hear it, when if I was awake I couldn't even recite the lyrics. The brain is crazy.
User avatar #24 - kikisu ONLINE (09/15/2013) [-]
It seriously is. Narcolepsy has sleep paralysis as a symptom and I **** you not I would never wish that on anyone.
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