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Body shook/vibrated violently while in sleep paralysis

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posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 02:53 PM
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I had an experience a few weeks ago with sleep paralysis. Sleep paralysis is nothing new to me, nor am I afraid of it. In fact, I embrace it and love the experience. I always fall into it with my eyes open and can sometimes lucidly control the outcome or what I see.

This time, after a minute or two, while lucidly paralyzed with my eyes open my body started vibrating violently, or so it seemed. It actually felt like my body was shaking eventually. It started out mild, then slowly progressed until I felt like there was a silent lawnmower attached to my bed somehow. I vividly remember while this was happening noticing that my heart rate was still incredibly calm and soft. Not something I expected at that moment. Although, the vibration eventually got so strong that anxiety must have kicked me out of the experience. Maybe it was something medical related, but judging from how calm my heart rate was I feel that it was more of a sensation rather than my body actually vibrating or shaking, so I don't feel there was something wrong medically. It was quite an eye opening experience though, and if anyone else has had this experience while in sleep paralysis I wouldn't mind hearing about it.

I suppose I posted this here because my sleep paralysis experiences are incredibly strange and varied sometimes, but I love experiencing them.




posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 03:00 PM
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maybe it was your alien friends trying to beam you up



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 03:01 PM
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Your neighbor wasn't doing their laundry by any chance? I used to have "shaking bed syndrome" and traced it down to an apartment block with a timber frame and washing machines in each kitchen.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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originally posted by: blindlyzack
maybe it was your alien friends trying to beam you up


Ah, you're one of those people...



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 03:07 PM
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originally posted by: stormcell
Your neighbor wasn't doing their laundry by any chance? I used to have "shaking bed syndrome" and traced it down to an apartment block with a timber frame and washing machines in each kitchen.


Nothing like that here. I've been here a year now.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 03:21 PM
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it's a common oobe thing. not to worry.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 03:31 PM
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I had that similar body spasm thing happen

but my vibration/shaking/ body earthquake... was because of the hypnosis session I was in


they used the 'cloud' visualization technique where I floated higher & higher to the next level of clouds...
I was great for awhile...being serene at each level of cloud....

but suddenly ~~~ I guess I was Freezing (in the stratosphere cloud) ~~~ and I started shaking violently (I was told) like a epilepsy episode or something...

the coach took me out of the hypnosis state.... 1-2-3

the group of 4 people were more shaken up than myself !

 


thanks for the OP thread

I had not thought of that experience in years...
I used to do a moderate amount of astral projection/oobe/remote viewing back in the mid 60's to mid 70's... this strange event was at Apopka Florida, at a Yogi Bear Campground sometime before labor-day 1972...at early evening in a tent...because I challenged the man that I could not be hypnotized, and he had hypnotized scores of people as a college diversion for groups, that finally got into the Keg party Spirit
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posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 03:45 PM
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It's possible that you either relaxed or somehow stimulated your vagus nerve...doing so can cause some really stange body responses.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 04:33 PM
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When I was a kid I used to get instances like this. Then it just stopped one day for a few years. Till I was about 10-11.
This time, I had episodes like you said. I told my mom and she sort of went into a panic.
We went to my doctor, and he explained that it's quite common in children, but they never really say anything because it's associated with either a fear, or a bad dream. And parents dismiss it as just that, a bad dream.

One night my mom was checking on me and I had one of these episodes, I could see everything around me, see my mom standing in the door way checking on me, but I felt like I was shaking and the room was spinning. When I finally came too I told her what had happened, she told me she didn't see anything, that I was just lying there looking around. The kicker of the story, it was all in my head, a nightmare, I felt like I was trashing, sweating, shaking, seeing the room spin, but I was just lying there with my eyes open looking around.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 05:01 PM
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originally posted by: strongfp
When I was a kid I used to get instances like this. Then it just stopped one day for a few years. Till I was about 10-11.
This time, I had episodes like you said. I told my mom and she sort of went into a panic.
We went to my doctor, and he explained that it's quite common in children, but they never really say anything because it's associated with either a fear, or a bad dream. And parents dismiss it as just that, a bad dream.

One night my mom was checking on me and I had one of these episodes, I could see everything around me, see my mom standing in the door way checking on me, but I felt like I was shaking and the room was spinning. When I finally came too I told her what had happened, she told me she didn't see anything, that I was just lying there looking around. The kicker of the story, it was all in my head, a nightmare, I felt like I was trashing, sweating, shaking, seeing the room spin, but I was just lying there with my eyes open looking around.


I think this is what my experience was close to. I was paralyzed but had my eyes open and could see everything, and for anyone that would have been looking at me, I don't think they would have seen anything at all. Just me laying there quietly with my eyes open



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 05:12 PM
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a reply to: spacemanjupiter

Iv heard of this my friend but never had it, I have had sleep paralysis quite alot but not the shakeing/vibrating apparently its quite common some people actually nearly always get this and some its a regular way of starting to get in to the sleep paralysis I Have heard it on here infact let me try and find the thread for you...



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 05:30 PM
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a reply to: BoovDawg

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Theres a cuple of threads but I thinks this one has someone talking about the vibrations thingy like its normal I remember cause I commented on it but scolling thru it now I see your pic too so we was both commenting on it lol



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 05:36 PM
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a reply to: spacemanjupiter

Ive felt that vibration once. I was fighting to stay in my body, while something was trying to pull me out. I felt this overwhelming vibration, and it felt like I was being super charged with static electricity. It was really surreal.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 05:40 PM
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a reply to: spacemanjupiter

while lucidly paralyzed with my eyes open my body started vibrating violently, or so it seemed. It actually felt like my body was shaking eventually. It started out mild, then slowly progressed until I felt like there was a silent lawnmower attached to my bed somehow.

That could be a seizure ... www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...
edit on 21-7-2014 by engvbany because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 05:52 PM
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a reply to: engvbany

That's what I was thinking. There is a condition in which people suffer seizures in their sleep without knowing it. I might want to get that checked out, but I am no MD or specialist, just a guy with similar experiences.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 06:05 PM
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originally posted by: spacemanjupiter
I had an experience a few weeks ago with sleep paralysis. Sleep paralysis is nothing new to me, nor am I afraid of it. In fact, I embrace it and love the experience. I always fall into it with my eyes open and can sometimes lucidly control the outcome or what I see.

This time, after a minute or two, while lucidly paralyzed with my eyes open my body started vibrating violently, or so it seemed. It actually felt like my body was shaking eventually. It started out mild, then slowly progressed until I felt like there was a silent lawnmower attached to my bed somehow. I vividly remember while this was happening noticing that my heart rate was still incredibly calm and soft. Not something I expected at that moment. Although, the vibration eventually got so strong that anxiety must have kicked me out of the experience. Maybe it was something medical related, but judging from how calm my heart rate was I feel that it was more of a sensation rather than my body actually vibrating or shaking, so I don't feel there was something wrong medically. It was quite an eye opening experience though, and if anyone else has had this experience while in sleep paralysis I wouldn't mind hearing about it.

I suppose I posted this here because my sleep paralysis experiences are incredibly strange and varied sometimes, but I love experiencing them.


I've had this on and off for years since about the age of 14ish? I can relate to your sensation very well. I've noticed though, since I got cats a few years ago, the sensation has drastically declined and so has the intensity. In the past mine has been associated with trying to scream with all my might but not being able to make a peep, the sensation of trying to stop or "put on the brakes" but rushing at great speed anyway, seeing symbols I don't recognize, seeing beautiful purple colors and patterns.

Being beckoned in a trance like sleep/dream/verge of awake state to two white orbs looking at me outside of the window, beckoned in this state to a small shadow figure looking at me.

Feeling myself give in to it in the dream state and being told to arise from a disembodied voice then doing so in the dream world, fighting alongside others against shadow like figures and general evil like entities in the dream world with success, having a sense of superior alertness not experienced outside of this dream state, and actually being pulled out of my body in mid air while looking down at myself asleep, breaking free from it, hearing and feeling time slow down, being threatened in an unknown language by a disembodied entity but shedding my skin in the blink of an eye to appear as a soft white/blue glow and fighting off this entity with balls of light launched from the palms of my new hands...only to wake up in the bed knowing what just happened was real.

Life is interesting for sure
edit on 21-7-2014 by Gumerk because: Clarification



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 07:28 PM
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Sounds like you're in one of the stages of an out of body experience. I've had a number of them and many times had various types of vibrations, sometimes very intense and sometimes a feeling and sound of acceleration. Have you stayed conscious while being out of body? Check around on this website for a lot of answers. This page talks about vibrations... www.lucidology.com...



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 07:32 PM
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a reply to: spacemanjupiter

I think it's something else altogether when people say they dream or see things during SP. I am conscious, like almost as conscious as I am now and though I know some of it is in my mind (like seeing my arm lift in an attempt to wake and then waking with my arm still on the bed) I don't dream. I've had it probably several times a month for about 20 years and it's never enjoyable. The paralysis creates and instantaneous, instinctual response to not be paralyzed anymore.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 07:34 PM
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a reply to: skysong

During one of my very first SP experience I had a full on OBE. I was a kid and I remember floating to the ceiling and seeing me and my younger brother (who slept in the same bed) and calmly, but slightly upset wondering how my parents would feel finding me, what I presumed, was dead. Then I woke.

I think that the OBE was created by having a child's imagination and being inexperienced with SP.



posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 08:05 PM
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My first remembered OBE experience, also as a child was of getting up in the morning and checking out the wall where I had gone through it. As an adult, I had some experiences of sleep paralysis and I started reading about OBE...staying mind awake while body went to sleep. I had read much about OBEs by this time and started to pursue the state. That is when I started having different vibration experiences which then resulted in conscious OBEs. Sometimes I had the vibrations, which varied and sometimes not.




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