fucking scared Anonymous 2151
so something just happened while i napped.
i was sleeping, i laid down at about 11:50am or 12pm. i fell asleep swiftly and had a bizarre dream that i cant really explain. bu, realized i was dreamog towards the end when i discovered a bag that i didnt recall ownong and started sifting through its contents. i then woke up and felt like i was floating through the air.i kept my eyes sealed shut. i was laying in my bed on my stomach with my head tilted to the side. Eventually i stopped floating and felt this tingling sensation (and slight arousal) through my whole body and dscovered thaf i couldnt move my fingers or any other limbs.
i kept my eyes sealed shut in fear this ws some sleep paralysis crap and that if i opened my eyes id see a shadow dude or whatever.
anyways, the tingling came and went about 2 or 3 times. then it felt like someone was applying pressure on my butt. it literally felt like someone would sit on my butt, stand up, and sit back down. i read that normally there is a sensation of pressure on the chest, not the butt. anyways, this happened like 3 times then i woke up.
im fucking freaked out.
similar thing happened a few months ago, but i remember it being brief.
it was like i had woke up, but there was an alien climbing on top of me. He was scream-whispering "power, power, power" into my ears.then i fully woke up.
anyone else got experiences like this?
Yep, it was that incubus/sleep paralysis thing, if you sleep on your stomach you feel the pressure on your back side, you probably made the right choice to not open your eyes, opening eyes triggers the terror, it is almost as if the damn thing is waiting on you to open them just to get mad, it can be even scarier if you don't see what's sitting on your back. You can try to wake yourself up from that dream like state by simply exerting enough "physical" effort to push the damn thing off of you, it might seem impossible because it won't budge one bit, but if you try hard enough inside a dream it will cause your real body enough discomfort to wake you up. Fascinating how one can see, feel and hear one's room in perfect detail while in such a state without actually being awake.