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Dream by Phyllis Buzzbury - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 01:18:52 EST ID:UUuTKZok No.46078 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a reoccurring dream of going to a nickelback concert where the singer turns to me and says in a little girls voice “it’s the countdown to the meltdown”


Jesus Christ out the window number 9 by Xavier.mod - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 22:53:35 EST ID:XL4O9iJ4 No.46077 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I wish my life became a dream akin to a fine performance art piece and to form a dream living revolution with all 420chan lets make our loved ones and families dreams come true
whom is with me! say aye and tell us your dream.


Have you ever been visited by the dream elephant of happy thoughts? by Shitting Clishshaw - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 16:11:54 EST ID:vcop80td No.46075 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How many dreams have you had that involved elephants? I want to say I’ve had zero. Most animals in my dreams are snakes or crocodiles for some reason. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything in my dreams even resembling an elephant. Is this because they’re even more endangered than we think?
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Nathaniel Shittingham - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 20:54:53 EST ID:tI1LH7kA No.46076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46075
I will try to look for it when I sleep tonight.
I also want to meet the elephant of happy thoughts.

On the endangerment, I guess it depends on if you believe dreams to be spiritual or connected to the earth hivemind or just your own separate mind world. I guess it could be.

But it could also just be that elephants are very able dream travellers and always stay behind you, helping you when you're not noticing. Nightmares are when your designated happy dream elephant couldn't make it for some reason.


I got pure ocd by OCD core - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 20:29:49 EST ID:6spIhxJ4 No.46060 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone else got it ?

I cannot deal
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Betsy Snodham - Sun, 01 Jul 2018 17:05:01 EST ID:pL8CP7dK No.46061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46060

Arrange your fridge and bite your tongue
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Think about it.. - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 23:49:32 EST ID:DHOUdBgC No.46074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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In Soviet Russia, OCD has you!


I have seen things in the sky by Albert Chingerham - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 23:58:52 EST ID:jdso/YpT No.46065 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Over the course of twenty-two years I can remember seeing 3 things. Each time I was sleeping by a window. I would wake up feeling an awful vibration throughout my body and see something extremely artificial-looking far away in the sky outside. I try to shout, but I have no voice. I can move, but my body is heavy like a wet sandbag so I don't even sit up.

I've had this experience in 3 different places. One time was in the early afternoon in the Itaewon district of Seoul. Every time I've wanted so bad for it not to be real that I would not dare run outside to check.

Not sure if this is a /dr/ issue or a /spooky/ one so I am posting here first.
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Albert Chingerham - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 00:14:57 EST ID:jdso/YpT No.46066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sorry, I realize I never asked a question. Writing all that out triggered my panic reflex and I forgot to ask if someone can help me understand what's happened. Can someone help me understand what's happened? I've read accounts of sleep paralysis but the descriptions don't seem to match up with mine.
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Priscilla Mankinfield - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 15:02:37 EST ID:2QzckDn4 No.46068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46066

I've had some similar experiences, but only one that was distinctly alien and not sleep paralysis/hallucinatory phenomena, as I have come to be able to discern between visuals, more solid hallucinations and actual living presences, and one began in the early hours of the morning, as either a warning or indication scorched into my awareness, that simply read "UFO!" Out of caution, I did not go to the window to check, but simply lay and observed the direction of the window, the curtains still closed, and as I did so there came into my vision a complete blackness, not a soft darkness, or even pitch blackness, but a complete blackness, and not empty either, but hard as if it was an actual dark energy, and a grey, ovular head and skinny beck, an almost morphing indefinable grey in between greys, or a multitude of tones, with shapes for eyes and a mouth, visible from the torso upwards, and yet this being although a definite presence, felt more like a conduit, or honer, for this dark energy, as if like a mask through which it communicates, as it observed me and its' eyes narrowed into piercing slits, and as they did so the blackness seemed harder and colder, and seemed to penetrate me and paralyse me and shrink my life force, and put me under, while some part of me was still able to observe, but only so that this very thing became my observation. Scared and overwhlemed at this point, I sort of went into a default state and it left, either unwilling or unable to go further. I actually didn't feel bad afterwards, or scared, though the weirdness lingered, I felt rather relieved, and even normal in the good sense again, as if my being had fought off something.

Given the paralysing effect it had on me I can see how such a being would be able to abduct people in the manner that abductions occur, in which abductees find themselves unable to move and become separated from their bodies, if these things can channel this blackness to freeze someone, or if alternatively the blackness uses these things as a tool in order to do so. Although the experiences speaks to a certain malevolence, I am not entirely sure that these beings are entirely malevolent, and speculate that they are eithe…
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Phoebe Tootlock - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 08:02:30 EST ID:GGbgSy1x No.46069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46068

Of course, it goes without say that Greys have access to the internet, as lastnight and into the early hours of the morning I bore witness to the a display of shapeshifting ability by the Greys, this time their presence, while no less weird, not particularly sinister. One small grey shapeshifted into a small dog with a red blindfold over its' eyes and back again, and another as a thin lady with black hair and a white shirt.

For all I know, this thread could have been a clever ploy to get me to give up what I know about this phenomena, disguised innocuously as a request for information to shed light on another's uncomfortable experiences. I must admit I waited to see if anyone else would reply first, then just decided to reply anyway. Also present was a reptilian entity, disguised as a woman.

Afterwards, I found myself, and after long studying I've come to the conclusion that in the Hermetic sense these entities exist as part of a hierarchical structure of the same experience, and that for any demonic entity to "possess" you would require a completely willing participant, who would then disguise itself as a victim and trick itself into believing that it is being manipulated by an outside source, which is part of the pact with the demon and demonic thinking in any sense, but not always harmful if one is aware of it what it is, and one can trick a demon by faking this pact while knowing better. By being manipulated by a demon and thinking that the demon is responsible for your actions you willingly submit your will, and basiclally become the demon you're blaming by a trick of perception, and drifting, "I'm not like them and they're responsible for these problems and that's it and it has nothing to do with me so I'll go and be great," (keep perpetuating the problem by pretending there's a TV screen between us). In this way, television could easily be construed as demonic and harmful, or at least the way it can be used as such. Videogames are of of the best demonstrations of this kind of demonic pact, in that your character in the game does not fail because the game is not working, as the world is virtual and follows virtual rules and as a result is somewhat infallible and blameless, it fails because you fail, and the character's understanding of how it interacts with this world is all down to you, and a bad gamer can ram you into walls and make you think it's the fault of the walls, which is why it is up to you to teach him otherwise by falling into these walls and showing the gamer that this is not a good thing to do. A real tyrant, perhaps the ultimate tyrant, will create a pseudo-reality through media manipulation and drugs that dull awareness, and turn you into a monster capable of acting on any impulse and justifying it, and many of these, to be used to the ends of a distorted world and perception.

The Nickelback song "She Keeps Me Up," describes this kind of demonic delusion very well, with the lyrics -

"She's got me nervous
Talkin' a hundred miles an hour
She's more than worth it
I swear she smells just like a flower
I'd fall to pieces if I went anywhere without her
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Edward Pickgold - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 17:58:33 EST ID:QRKY41Hh No.46071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46069
Man I know this is probably interesting as fuck, but who do you believe will read this epic that you wrote? You have to write ideas in separate posts and keep at least 1 day between the posts on such a slow board. Just an advice on your journey going forward.
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Henry Brunderham - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 18:08:40 EST ID:5wnGN8OW No.46072 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46071

Well what it comes down to is, simple as pancaked, abcdWRXY

ABCDWRXY

So I just accidentally exist, right?

Anyway, being possessed by the demon witch, continued.

To pick apart the Nickelback song further - "Love her even though I'm not supposed to," implies love of sin, or temptation, or possible even as far as incest, though not literal, as there are many mythological metaphorical tales of incest and punishment thereof, alluding to temptation, and to female scapegoat/demonic witch entity not real but nevertheless burned at the stake like Maria in Metropolis for the sins of the drunken gambling masses and melted into a robot in fire. Also this line implies tricking oneself into believing one isn't supposed to, in order to enjoy a seemingly forbidden relationship, which is part of the lie of demonic possession. "Evil romance, so good I never want to waste it, I can't trust my friends, because she's what everybody chases." Demonic mistrust is sewn, cannot trust friends for the temptation that exists, they are all addicted to it, as is the notion of "friends," in this pseudo world the music video and song presents.

Anyway, where was I going with this? Yes, more lyrics "coca-cola rollercoaster" implies the superficiality of the whole thing and the loop of demonic possession, dancing with demons, and the thrill of the whole thing, such as being scared at a horror film expressing legitimate fear, and yet faux fear for the illusion of having willingly bought a ticket for the film in order to experience the joy of temporary self deceit, the fear real but enjoyed, pseudo-fear as the film is just a film, the illusion of cinema made complete. Cinema is a great medium and also demonic, and yet demonic possession is not always an inherently bad thing, just complete demonic possession, like believing so fully in the film and the reptilian machinery of cinema that one goes out and commits copycat crimes based on a horror film.

Advice noted, but seeing as its' a slow board I can keep these long winded ideas gestating for a while, this is a good place to put them, after all not much else seems to be going on in this board.
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My bf said i'm fat... Am i fat? by Maria - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 18:08:06 EST ID:6et9sHtl No.46038 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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He called me fat
Thanksfully i still have you guys
http://alphalou.ml
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Edwin Pickworth - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 17:58:59 EST ID:tI1LH7kA No.46042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46038
You're very fat and your links are smelly
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Ian Suzzlestick - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:14:50 EST ID:vMMohIq0 No.46043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46038 no but I had a dream where you were soooo fat.
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Polly Cinderchud - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 06:30:23 EST ID:43VQNWTc No.46067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46038
You're not fat you're very very beautiful. You should dump him and hang out with me instead.
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Edward Pickgold - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 17:55:57 EST ID:QRKY41Hh No.46070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46038
you aren't fat, I'd say you are just thicc.
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Isabella Bocklelock - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 05:40:25 EST ID:D+z5uUtu No.46073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Too skinny, eat cow


Bump with your last dream by Hedda Turveyhood - Sun, 25 Aug 2013 05:37:40 EST ID:dTd50D2Q No.40182 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was a little drunk last night, high, and I took some 5-htp before bed. Got a crazy vivid dream where I met a dream girl. Can't tell you what her face looked like, but she had a great body and blonde hair (not really my preference in real life), but she was so down to fuck. We had crazy dream sex in the middle of a party on like a convertible limo cruisin' down the street.

The other half of this dream was spent running from the cops because I harbored a fugitive toon, Roger Rabbit (fell asleep to this movie like a week ago). That freaky judge from the movie was chasing after me.

Interesting side note, I had a recurring nightmare as a young child where this same judge would break into my house and I runaway through some parallel haunted house-ass dimension in my closet.

Anyway tl;dr post the last dream you had.

Pic related. Best estimate of the dream girl minus the beefy arms
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Nell Fecklehall - Sun, 24 Jun 2018 00:42:39 EST ID:mvWmt1J1 No.46055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
2013.
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Shit Pundlefore - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 14:30:51 EST ID:PeDWH7yH No.46057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>40182

Inverse lucid dreaming

Has anyone ever experienced this?

I had a dream lastnight, I was in a foreign city, and on a train on its' way to the airport to catch a plane, but suddenly I remembered that I had forgotton some items that I had bought while on holiday, so I rushed to catch another train back to where I thought I had left the items, but I only actually realised that I had left the items after receiving a strange note somehow on the train, and this was the trap. I went back to this specific place, went to where the objects were, and then suddenly was confronted by people, not definite people, vague people that looked vaguely like people I know in waking reality, and they started..questioning me in this instant, weird way, about the things I had bought on holiday, and my relation to them. They said they had noticed something about the objects in relation to me, that they somehow changed in relation to me, and that they had never seen objects do that before. In panic, I transformed one of the objects, a handbag, into a panicked face, and they all gasped..then their eyes began to grow, and stare at me, and seemed to encompass the surroundings, until the surroundings were a blur, and then I woke up, but it took a while to recover, and I still felt the eyes stare at me as if they were staring from within my head, those "people" from the dream still alive within me and realising me..they knew..

So instead of having a lucid dream in which I realised I was dreaming, the dream became lucid and realised I was dreaming it..it was so weird..
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Molly Brangerwidging - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 17:01:42 EST ID:pyCXV+0b No.46058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>40182
Not my last dream, but recently I had my first lucid dream. Sort of anyway. I basically woke up and was conscious of my surroundings in bed, but the dream continued, just kind of faded somehow. I immediately went outside and tried to fly but I could only kind of jump around and float for a bit before coming back down. Didn't last very long before the dream ended.
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Eugene Becklefuck - Sun, 01 Jul 2018 20:04:03 EST ID:pyCXV+0b No.46062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>wake up
>lying in bed trying to get back to sleep
>unsuccessful
>all of a sudden, holy shit, a mild earthquake!
>this is so cool, go running out into the living room but it's basically over by that time
>wake up in bed
>oh I guess I wasn't as unsuccessful as I thought I was getting back to sleep, it was just a dream
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Alice Madgecheg - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 01:28:30 EST ID:3Z7sIVNw No.46064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Complete Darkness, so silent that it is deafening. There is no Time, I have no body. I float in the void, but I can feel her right next to me. She is also without her vessel.

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Dreams of cheating... by Shitting Hablingwill - Fri, 25 May 2018 14:23:04 EST ID:isUC04ia No.46029 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do dreams about cheating on your girlfriend mean? This was just last night after I've been having quite vivid dreams after quitting weed. There have been similar dreams before like her cheating/dumping me for another guy. Last night it felt so real with me even thinking of my gf and excuses while meeting this mysterious woman. I told her I had a gf and she didn't care.

I mean it seems obvious that this could mean thoughts of distrust in myself or her, but I'm not so sure. Does anyone else ever have dreams like this? I would think its a somewhat normal occurrence in relationships. I don't know maybe im just overthinking my latest crazy dream during my tolerance break lol. It sure was intense
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Matilda Pickway - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 21:53:26 EST ID:D+z5uUtu No.46036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sex in dreams, it has been said, may not be bound to our waking definitions of what it means to engage in sexual intercourse. It very well could be a signal of your feelings of "infidelity" or feelings of mistrust towards your partner, but if that were the case then the answer would be found by simply asking yourself.

Did the dream of cheating involve someone you know? Maybe you have had fleeting thoughts about that person, which the dream has blown out of proportion. Even if the girl was completely imaginary, perhaps she was a symbol of something you "cheat" on your girlfriend with, something else you engage in and that you are constantly "thinking of excuses" for.

It is possible that you and her have a happy relationship and that you are overthinking an unusually vivid dream, something you may not be used to (coming from a regular cannabis smoker). You just never know, when it comes to dreams!
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Angus Godgeridge - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 00:56:18 EST ID:pcACpVTb No.46063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dreams become crazy intense and vivid in the short-term after you quit smoking weed.

In this respect, any dreams where you engage in something you'd not likely during your waking life, are going to invoke strong feelings.

I wouldn't read too much into it. You're likely feeling very lucid in these dreams and so experiencing all these feelings that wouldn't usually touch you during an average dream. You're still not afforded too much control and you're likely going to run with whatevers happening.

If you're interested in gaining more control over the dream narrative, I'd recommend keeping a dream journal and looking into some lucid dreaming, reality check techniques.

If you've recently quit smoking weed, the results of these practices will be pretty fantastic.


Sleep Paralysis/Old Hag Syndrome THEORY QUEST by Avi - Thu, 17 Aug 2017 16:15:02 EST ID:tOBG/3OT No.45736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm not seeing anything about this, mostly just boards about personal one-off dreams. So please explain your experiences on the following topics as detailed as possible.

>Sleep Paralysis
>The Old Hag
>Shadow People
>Hatman and/or Hooded Figure
>Other people seeing/feeling the same thing at the same time

I'm putting together notes for a Podcast episode to better understand this phenomena and how/why it affects so many people and why the experiences are so similar and often viewed by multiple people.
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StimLioness !JM2DTgXfqU - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 04:19:41 EST ID:A4kIPQxt No.45794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Long-term sleep paralysis sufferer here. Had it as early as 4 that I can remember, vaguely have a memory of an episode as a baby in my crib. I just woke up from an episode as I type this. It feels so painful to force will yourself to move its like your brain is being electrocuted. I woke up to hearing my mom and my friend Collins mom outside the window and seeing a face in the trees. I started wiggling my feet to try to get movement, it feels like I imagine being awake during a coma or being paralyzed feels. I started mumbling ( I think I never know for sure but it felt real this time ) in like stroke voice "Hhhhhelp hhhhhelp" and breathing "hnnnng ugggh huh hnuuunnnng" to try to scream for help. I heard my phone go off ( it really didn't ) and I finally jolted awake.

I mentioned sleep paralysis earlier sometimes that can trigger an episode. I've had about 3 so far tonight. Popped a benzo and am staying up a bit so I'll go into the history of my sleep paralysis. My earliest memory was 4, I was in the old house we just moved into and an old lady had died there and I woke up and saw her face in the window. Not to make this /spooky/, but I swear the next day I saw footprints and white hairs in the plot of garden outside the window, kids have wild imaginations tho.

My scariest episode was before I moved to Seattle and moved back to Michigan so about a year ago. Again not to be /spooky/ but I believe this encounter to be real, and its my first one with shadow people and entities. It started off with a diagnostics run down next to a tank in a science lab. WIthin the tank was a humanoid man with a dog like muzzle, patches of fur sporadically over his body, ears that looked like they were sewn on, and giant bone-claw like protrusions jutting out of its arms. I "woke up" into sleep paralysis in my friends guest bed and it was pitch black. I sensed the creature was there in bed with me, it was stirring about disturbingly. It began rubbing up against me frightened like it wanted to help. I was shuddering as it rubbed against me. It telepathically communicated with me... and this haunts me to this day... "HELP ME HELP ME WHAT HAVE I BECOME". I woke up and experien…
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Betsy Billingridge - Sat, 23 Sep 2017 11:07:05 EST ID:A7yi/l9T No.45799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh god. I said Id tell my story so here it is quickly.
As a teenager myself and some friends where traveling though France. We'd stayed in Lyon and caught a train out into a village in the country where my friend's family owned a small cottage.
It was a hot summer and after an exhausting day traveling around with our backpacks I fell asleep quickly on a nasty old mattress with springs sticking out of it upstairs in the attic.
Then in a vivid paralised limbo state I saw this old lady sitting on the bed bearing over me. the hag. She wanted money from me to stay in her house. I tried to move, even to give her something but was just frozen and couldnt scream or breathe. She was laughing and mocking me as I experienced sheer dread.
Then I suddenly woke, the lights where on and I saw my friend in the centre of floor space unable to breathe, he then dropped to the floor like he had died.
I then woke again, for real this time and the lights where off. I freaked out and called to my friends to turn the light on.
Ive never been a stranger to paranormal events but up unto this point this was the most terrifying I have ever experienced. It left me feeling spooked for the whole next day. The similar experience of being attacked by a spirit and then vividly experiencing waking up, when you havnt, happened to me another time with a chinese brother and sister (dead) when I was in Hong Kong. Its like a trick they play. I dont want to go into that right now.

On the flip side sleep paralysis or that state of being just between your body and the spirit world can also be related to very beautiful spiritual experiences. So dont fear such things as this wont help. I find that being too hot can trigger bad sleep experiences and if you have the presence of something that is attacking you, cleanse the space. Burn sage, bless the room, invoke the presence of pure beings in whatever spiritual approach works for you. Make it a sacred space.

I dream every night, multiple times, sometimes it gets tiring. Some dreams are like inner soul movies whereas others are realer in a sense. I have a good experience of lucid dreams and experiencing real phenomenon, and this felt as real as it gets.
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Edwin Cengertane - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 01:40:49 EST ID:S7HpiYy5 No.46048 Ignore Report Quick Reply
PUT A NIGHT LIGHT IN YOUR ROOM
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Matilda Cobberford - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 00:21:42 EST ID:KLCjE4Bf No.46051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't be afraid to get a yearly exorcism as well..shit sounds rough as fuck. If i were subjected to the elemental i must carry in my atmosphere i would break. Thank god for the veil over my eyes. Though one day all must be free of it.
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Charlotte Blythelock - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 17:16:22 EST ID:pN0rg+c9 No.46059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45736

I don't get hallucinations, but I do feel a presence, a strong presence of an "other" in the room or of my surroundings being an "other" and usually a slight electrical kind of "static" feeling, and instead of being pressed down upon or pressured I tend float upwards or feel like I'm being pulled out of the bed by an unseen force. I don't really get scared of it anymore, like not terrified, just a little shaken. It's actually not so bad, and I think the "alien" feeling is just the strangeness of the experience itself manifest. There are a few times though when it's gone much further than just rising out of my bed, one experience had be spinning and tumbling around in the middle of my room for a good minute, and I wasn't even in bed about to sleep, but I came to sitting on my chair clutching the sides.

As for theories, the common explanation, that it's a sort of waiting room between waking and sleeping in which you're not quite asleep yet and slightly late in falling asleep so you're in this paralysed state in which you're body is asleep but your mind is not, and tries to escape seems plausible. At least I think that's how it goes.

I think the fear and discomfort of the experience forces people to hallucinate demonic entities or shadow figures etc. to explain it in a panicked state, when it might not be so, but I'm open to theories.


Bump when dreaming by Martin Femblelock - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 19:38:27 EST ID:Z1c27HK5 No.45590 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Had a dream last night that my mom was stomping on my head. Another one where crazy colourful figures where screaming at me. Ever since I cut down on weed my dreams are more vivid as expected. A lot of them have no chill but it's still interesting. I'm not even sure I can seperate a nightmare from a regular dream, in a good way. At least it makes me feel something, even though I might wake up sweaty. I'd like to enjoy some sleep paralysis again where I see the Mr. dark figured fuck-your-shit-up-fam guy. It's about the only excitement I have.
You?
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Hamilton Dorringshaw - Wed, 16 May 2018 03:39:41 EST ID:/6ETK16O No.46021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>waiting in my basement with a rifle staring at the door expecting an attacker to enter
>after waiting a while, decide to put rifle down on top of my couch
>as I do so a gunman opens the door
>I duck and attempt to hide and reach for my gun but I can't grasp it
>realize I can't escape this and lie facing the floor with my hands behind my head
>gunman walks around to me and I say "please don't kill me"
>he presses his handgun to the back of my head and I brace myself for death
>didn't hear the gunshot or feel any pain, but I knew i had died instantly
>a sublime transition as my "vision" fades to darkness
>come across a platform similar to the "league of legends" homepage but just the friends list
>friends list is comprised of everyone I knew in real life but they're all "offline"
>I try "clicking" on their name to speak to them, however it shows every single conversation I had with them in life with a timestamp
>sadness fills me as I realize I'll be alone, unable to speak to anyone for eternity
>the only thing I can do is read my conversational chat logs if I want anything that resembles talking to people
>feel the last bit of consciousness fade away
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Molly Wishbury - Mon, 28 May 2018 19:01:23 EST ID:lUgK+L35 No.46031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45590
Last night I had a dream that everyone and everything was just a small group of immortals who decided they would play pretend together and give birth to this existence, reincarnation was just a switching of roles in this marathon play. I could hear an old man's laugh and I woke up.
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Sophie Snodson - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 11:37:00 EST ID:JSde/2bm No.46034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had a dream that I was swimming and saw a penguin. I tried to pet him, and he responded by eating my arm.

>>46031
I've had this dream before too. We would switch between blue team and red team and go to war with each other, but when the war was over and it was time to switch again there was no harm done and everyone was happy.

Given the brutality of this existence it's probably wishful thinking.
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Ian Suzzlestick - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:19:17 EST ID:vMMohIq0 No.46044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I had intense dreams in jail about lightning charged rainbow body flying lotus meditation poses and hearing ghosts transmit radio waves into my head in the form of songs.
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Dead Dragon Carcass - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 15:58:10 EST ID:tI1LH7kA No.46056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just remember a bit, I was in some kind of fuzzy void space with some naked chicks strewn about, and though to myself "well I'm dreaming so why not get laid?". Proceeded to get some foreplay going with one to my liking, but awoke before I could get my dick wet. Fell back asleep to get dreaming again but don't remember.
Well apparently I do lucid dreaming kinda, just that I never remember my dreams so I don't get to know what I do with it. Only dream fragment I've remembered in weeks, usual dream recall is maybe a dream moment at most less than every month.


Beating sleep paralysis by Charles Hengerspear - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 12:49:44 EST ID:jaidMzAt No.46053 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I've gone through periods/spurts of sleep paralysis in my life. In retrospect, this was often sleep deprived/drug/malnutrition or not eating well or at all related.

When I first experienced sleep paralysis, | got an overall feeling of anxiousness, fear, and panic. In whatever scenario, this is not something that is benificial for your peace of mind. Seeing all kinds of crazy shit around me, while l literally was seeing my own sleeping body from above, with all the nuances and details of the room intact, and not being able to move at all tended to be very overwhelming for me.

The trick to beating this, which works everytime in my experience, is consciously relaxing my entire body, and jumping up like being hit with a tazer in an intstant. If I struggle, it's like quicksand, the more I try to get out, the deeper I get stuck.
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Lydia Chattingchodge - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 03:05:42 EST ID:Tc/FkthO No.46054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46053
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MU-4XO06y8

The Nightmare







(Or just sleep paralysis.)


had my first 'zombie dream' by Nell Dartforth - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 22:09:05 EST ID:umlg+iYh No.46052 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Spent the entire dream stranded in an airport with no zombies.


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