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do you ever have sleep paralysis?

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Answer #1 | 05/01 2014 12:03
Used to. It was terrifying. The room would spin and I couldn't move, I would hear sounds, a constant banging, and I would hear demon like voices. And there would be this giant shadow thing bearing down on my chest and I felt like it was beating me up or smothering me. When I could finally move, I would feel drunk, or in a daze, and I would go out into the living room and sleep on the couch.
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Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 12:23
Yes, but I try not to open my eyes in the dream because its scary. And I usually panic and I'm scared that I'll see something creepy. Usually I'll hear a ringing and I feel immobilized. I know sleep paralysis is just a stage of sleep and as much as I try to convince myself that nothing bad will happen and that I should attempt to lucid dream, every time it does happen I just want to snap out of it & I feel scared. There's only one time when I actually decided to just let it go and accept it that I began to see a dark matter forming and I panicked again and tried to wake up. I couldn't bear to see what 'it'would form into.
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Answer #3 | 05/01 2014 11:58
You mean that you're awake but can't move your body. I've had it three times, shortly after I read about it on the internet so I wasn't scared.
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Answer #4 | 05/01 2014 12:00
Yes. Once when I had it I saw my sister in my room (she lives really far and was not home for real that night) and another time I saw my entire family in my room (all in black and white). I stoof up but not really cause I could still see myself laying on my bed. I walked to my sister and touched her arm and I felt her for real. It was weird.
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Answer #5 | 05/01 2014 11:58
ROFL. idk I find that funny, the suffering of others. I have sleep paraylysis, but luckily none of the objects in my dream pop out... I just see my bedroom wall etc. (but sometimes I hear voices, like satan-ish voices)
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Answer #6 | 05/01 2014 12:04
I practice sleep paralysis almost every night in hopes of having lucid dreams. Some say that sleep paralysis can be scary. I've never believed that until their was this one night where i had this feeling I was falling.. I stopped myself before I actually had that feeling, and man was I a happy camper. After falling back asleep I had the same feeling, except it was a feeling of falling the opposite way than the first. Again, I was able to stop myself, and that made me happy. Of course, sleep came to me again. For some reason in the middle of the night I opened my eyes. There was a boy (creepy looking with black demon eyes) standing at the end of my bed with this smile. I couldn't move because of the sleep paralysis. He grabbed me by the ankles and pulled me off the bed... Obviously it was all a hallucination, but have you ever had the feelin of being pulled off your bed by your feet????? It is 20x worse than the feeling of falling
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Answer #7 | 05/01 2014 12:04
Demons pretend to be ghosts and aliens. Don't go into a UFO to be healed by demons. If you're in trouble (demon "alien" abduction, about to be 666ed, sleep paralysis), then scream: Jesus! Ask Greek Orthodox priest to bless your house. To break any curse, pray slowly the Psalm "the Lord is my light and my salvation" 40 times a day for 40 straight days. That's 1600 times in total.
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