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#142 - revetwrot (12/05/2013) [-]
By reading the comments, it kinda sounds like micro-sleep, maybe. For those who don't know, micro-sleep is sleeping with your eyes open. It used to happen to truck drivers, due to long hours driving. My father said it happened to him, he saw a baby/toddler crawling on the road.
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 #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 #74 - strifethethird (09/15/2013) [-]
i get sleep paralysis a few times a month. two week ago i was sleeping and woke up with sleep paralysis, by now i'm used to it so it doesn't bother me, i just relaxed and went back to sleep, this happened about 3 times before i was able to wake up normally and move, this is the first time i was able to actually go back to sleep though which was pretty cool because my dream just kept on going not at the same spot, but a little later into the dream like the first part i was at home talking about someone i was looking for, then i was at a farm looking for the person and finally i was at some sort of racetrack waiting for the person to drive by, in the dream i knew it was the same person, i never got to see who it was but it was a pretty cool experience.

Also sleep paralysis is one of the worst things you can go through IF you don't know whats going on or aren't use to it, like the post says you will hallucinate, I've never heard anything, but i have seen things from tall shadows, huge cartoon like faces that were the size of my closet door about 6 feet tall and even seeing things from the dream in real life. i once had a nightmare that i was in my room and there was a weird projection on the wall it was one of those old 3, 2, 1 movie reel things but it was brown and creepy looking , i woke up from the dream but could still see it on my bedroom wall until i was able to move again and it just disappeared, don't try to lucid dream on your own just let it happen naturally, sometimes i can control my dreams for a few seconds before i wake up just don't force it.
User avatar #25 - Failzilla (09/15/2013) [-]
I absolutly hate sleep paralysis. Whenever i'm having a good lengthy dream, this extremely loud and terrifying noise happens whenever I walk through a door or something. I have never experienced anything more terrifying than that. I wish I could describe the noise, but I can't. It is just loud and terrifying. Just imagine walking through a door and the doorway lights up super bright, screeching a loud ass noise, and the only thing you can do is wiggle yourself awake.
#17 - anonymous (09/15/2013) [-]
just try to wiggle your feet and youll wake up with happens to me alot. scary **** .
User avatar #14 - greenstrongworld (09/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I know EXACTLY (I can't express how accurate you described it) how this is like. Let me recount my story for you folks.

I was really tired from a long day at school today (helped move stuff and **** ) and decided that naps would be a great idea. As soon as I fell asleep, I remember seeing a figure of my previous crush. She looked the same but for some reason, I was compelled to run away. When I tried to, it felt like your body was held down with bricks and it wouldn't budge. You can't really open your eyes either so it's really ******* creepy.

tl;dr, it's basically like needing to run away but your body not cooperating.
User avatar #4 - ninjahitman (09/14/2013) [-]
Looks like fun.
#7 - Dadhhg (09/15/2013) [-]
Lucid dreaming is where you know you are dreaming, and have conscious control over your dream,
If you choose to scare the **** out of yourself that's your own damn fault
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