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      Sleep Paralysis: My first experience

      Yeah I've never done this before...I just got home, it was early, I got up at six and it was about eight but I was still fuckin sleepy..I just walked in and fell on my bed..anyway, as I was laying there I felt my hand start to tingle and I thought oh well I must be sleeping on it wrong or something...so I move it and get comfortable again. So now about 5 seconds pass and that's it, and all the sudden I hear *beep beep beep* and then *whoosh* all the sudden I'm completely numb all over. I see some faint images, hear a few more beeps..I know what's going on too, but I'm still freaked. I can feel my heart beating, and it's beating friggin fast 'cause I'm so scared..and then I reslize I have work in a bit, I need to get up so I think I need to get up and go.. and then I hear this male voice in my head say "No, you need to be-e-e-e" I started waking myself up so the word "be" was slurred. I WAS NOT ABOUT TO LET HIM FINISH I WAS ALREADY FREAKED OUT!


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      Wow. Intense. I've had a few similar experiences... once, I was stuck in a nightmare loop. I could not wake up! And I kept trying! I was staying at a friend's house at the time, and his bird led me out of the dream. I could hear her tweeting and I followed her voice. I was so freaked out when I woke up. I thanked the bird profusely. Animals rock. They just know things.

      Anyway, I hope you feel better. It's really freaky waking up like that.

      “Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.”
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      Spooky. Now you are going to wonder for the next 5 years what he was going to say
      you must be the change you wish to see in the world...
      -gandhi

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      no way man, i don't care and i don't wanna know..


      Ignorant bliss is an oxymoron; but so is miserable truth.

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      just wondering, what state or stage of sleep was i in?


      Ignorant bliss is an oxymoron; but so is miserable truth.

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      I would have thought you were in REM, or else you would not have been able to remember it so clearly.

      EDIT - Does sleep paralysis occur in hypnogogic state?
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      Originally posted by Seeker
      I would have thought you were in REM, or else you would not have been able to remember it so clearly.
      Do you have to be in REM to be lucid? Can you enter REM that quickly?

      Paperdoll, I've had similar experiences where a "presence" or outside influence of something/someone else's voice has been so intense and near that I've instinctively woken myself up to get away from it. This has usually happened in that state of paralysis also -It's almost as if I suddenly became aware that something or someone was trying to keep me in a particular sleepstate in order to do... who knows what... who WANTS to know what! I don't. Anyway, I think you know my particular remedy for that type of experience...

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      i dunno...it happened sooo fast, in a matter of seconds, i was fully paralyzed. and i was FULLY conscious too.


      Ignorant bliss is an oxymoron; but so is miserable truth.

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      I've entered into REM sleep in about four seconds. I just woke up though.

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      you should have used it to become lucid!

      also, if there is something scary, but you know youre dreaming, shouldnt you not be scared of it

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      I love Sleep Paralysis, LOL.
      I have freaked myself out to no end with it.

      I will sort of be half awake and half asleep, ussually early within 1 hour of going to bed, or within 1 hour of waking up in the morning.

      I will feel my body go numb, and that HUM will be heard, I will scream, and try to move every muscle but nothing works.

      I will ussually wake up within minutes, and sometimes it will return shortly after waking up, only to fight it again and then finally fall asleep.

      I have learned though that its better to just let it roll, its actually very weird, but very cool to realize your sleep paralized.

      Its how I induce many of my lucid dreams, although i am still very unpracticed at it, and more like instincual at inducing lucid dreams.

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