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Something Entered My Room And Climbed On My Bed

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posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 01:10 PM
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a reply to: doobydoll
Those experiences are no fun, I know. Not having any fear is very important. Next time this happens,use the greatest solvent ever - Love. Love can break down anything.

Try telling this being that you Love him/her. Explain that we are all ONE and say how you are sorry that it has to scare you in order to survive, tell it that you forgive it for doing this to you and that you wish it to go in Peace, Love and Light.....something to that effect. Then ask for Jesus to assist the, hopefully by now, loving being.

Good Luck.




posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 01:39 PM
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This sounds like classic sleep paralysis, a very active imagination, and possibly with the help of the opiate of codeine in the pills you took.

I had a similar experience to this but it was only the paralysis along with the strong sense that "something" bad was pressing or sitting in my chest. I could definitely see along with the codeine and imagination how I could come to the same conclusion you have too though.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 01:41 PM
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a reply to: BASSPLYR


My "hallucination" caused pelvic trauma that I was diagnosed
with months after the incident. I gave birth to a baby that was
born feet first,I didn't dilate,I ripped.I didn't suffer pelvic trauma
from that one but I did the other.Go figure that one out!



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 01:48 PM
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a reply to: doobydoll

Yeah, but you said you woke at 7am to a crashing migraine and concussion will last well through lunchtime.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 02:24 PM
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originally posted by: Woodcarver

originally posted by: Chance321

originally posted by: Woodcarver
a reply to: doobydoll

The only conclusions i can come too are either you have some serious mental problems which make it difficult for you to determine reality from fantasy, or you like to make up stories to garner yourself some online attention. Either way, you should get some professional help. These things aren’t real, and none of what you have claimed could have happened.

The good news is, nothing is coming into your house. The bad news is, that life is hard, but, the more you educate yourself, the easier it becomes.


I don't normally do this, but I found your post to be overly rude. Where is your proof that this stuff isn't real? That none of this happened? Where's your medical degree to even suggest mental problems?


lol. I can tell you don’t normally have these discussions, because you would know that the burden of proof is with the person making the claims.

I have to prove that his rediculous claims didn’t happen? But you accept his claims that shadow people are real without asking for proof?

Especially, knowing that there are several mental issues that resemble exactly what he is claiming.


Thanks for the reply. I've got an open mind to what happened to the poster, that's all this asks for.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 02:38 PM
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originally posted by: mamabeth
a reply to: BASSPLYR


My "hallucination" caused pelvic trauma that I was diagnosed
with months after the incident. I gave birth to a baby that was
born feet first,I didn't dilate,I ripped.I didn't suffer pelvic trauma
from that one but I did the other.Go figure that one out!


I'm interested to hear how it caused you pelvis trauma. PM is cool if the details are too gizzly for this thread.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 02:54 PM
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a reply to: doobydoll

Are you in your 20s? I had this kind of experience quite often at that age and was wondering. They feel as real as real life and can be very disturbing. Still get them, just not very often...

It's very likely to be hypnapompic/hypnogogic hallucinations. These occur to most people, at one time or another, with some unfortunates getting it on a regular basis. They're a product of broken sleep cycles and more often caused by sleeping disorders. People who suffer from these experiences can have their lives turned upside down. Relationships and jobs can end over them.

Here's the reassuring part. There are 'sleep clinics' where sufferers can go and be wired up to all the latest tech and be filmed whilst asleep. In all the research, nothing is sneaking into bed. People even get up in their sleep and fight the hallucinations. It's all in the mind. A good work/life balance works wonders.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 03:08 PM
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So i believe we get invisibly implanted or rigged as kids. They can use sub frequencies to induce paralysis and either its a tech imitating or actual interaction with a manifested being.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 04:52 PM
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originally posted by: mamabeth
a reply to: TheLotLizard

Have you ever experienced this yourself and speak from
first hand knowledge? If not,you are only parroting what
others' have said or posted.


Yes I actually have had a sleep paralysis incident, many in fact. Having near the same hallucinations too. It sucks, but there is no paranormal #% happening besides your brain being halfway shut off

Never once have I thought it was some mythical demon, but go ahead and believe the boogeyman is real.

Lmfao.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 05:26 PM
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originally posted by: TheLotLizard
a reply to: studio500

It’s sleep paralysis...not some paranormal creature. He/she was still asleep but their mind was in a half asleep state. Their thought process was turned off and it allowed hallucinations to manifest from that.

Taking codeine has a possible side effect of guess what? Hallucinations! Shocker!




Sleep paralysis is a fairly common occurrence that afflicts many people. It is most commonly explained as a feeling of being paralyzed while lying in bed, during which time auditory and visual hallucinations will also occur. Some people see human-like figures and even creatures, and they will hear voices or other strange, unsettling sounds. Far more intense than your average nightmare, sleep paralysis experiences can deeply terrify and disturb sufferers, as you will see in these 28 accounts of sleep paralysis, compiled from a Reddit thread.


Stories


I see your angle but I was working on the assumption that that the OP had not fallen asleep, as per the quote:




Around lunchtime I still felt no better so I took myself back off to bed, but I didn't sleep. After an hour or so I became aware that something had come into the bedroom behind me from the window area.


Unless of course the OP was in the process of falling asleep or just nodding off without realizing, which could induce SP of course.

I still have my own personal opinions about S.P and what is actually happening, as I'm sure many other people have their own thoughts and opinions.

I'm just glad the O.P is safe and appears to be strong willed enough so as to have some control over the situation.




posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 06:41 PM
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a reply to: doobydoll

Sounds like a text book feeding, but your knowledge and strength and belief in a saving force (true willpower) meant this thing wasn't getting a feed. It just appeared to you how it thought it would be perceived most fearfully without exerting too much energy in the intricacies of shapeshifting into something complex. Not enough fear around to begin with.

Good job, stay strong and don't fear.



posted on Apr, 8 2018 @ 10:03 PM
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originally posted by: studio500

originally posted by: TheLotLizard
a reply to: studio500

It’s sleep paralysis...not some paranormal creature. He/she was still asleep but their mind was in a half asleep state. Their thought process was turned off and it allowed hallucinations to manifest from that.

Taking codeine has a possible side effect of guess what? Hallucinations! Shocker!




Sleep paralysis is a fairly common occurrence that afflicts many people. It is most commonly explained as a feeling of being paralyzed while lying in bed, during which time auditory and visual hallucinations will also occur. Some people see human-like figures and even creatures, and they will hear voices or other strange, unsettling sounds. Far more intense than your average nightmare, sleep paralysis experiences can deeply terrify and disturb sufferers, as you will see in these 28 accounts of sleep paralysis, compiled from a Reddit thread.


Stories


I see your angle but I was working on the assumption that that the OP had not fallen asleep, as per the quote:




Around lunchtime I still felt no better so I took myself back off to bed, but I didn't sleep. After an hour or so I became aware that something had come into the bedroom behind me from the window area.


Unless of course the OP was in the process of falling asleep or just nodding off without realizing, which could induce SP of course.

I still have my own personal opinions about S.P and what is actually happening, as I'm sure many other people have their own thoughts and opinions.

I'm just glad the O.P is safe and appears to be strong willed enough so as to have some control over the situation.



Well when you’re taking opiates. One of the main effects of a dosage is nodding off without noticing it.

Seen people fall asleep eating a bowl of cereal or taking a dump on that crap. Even had someone I knew bail off a hill in a truck while on opiates.



posted on Apr, 9 2018 @ 05:18 AM
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Thank you everyone for your replies, even the unkind ones lol. Appreciated.

Keep shining your Light, friends. Brighter than ever. Let nothing dim it.

It's working.



posted on Apr, 9 2018 @ 02:51 PM
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originally posted by: booyakasha

originally posted by: Woodcarver

originally posted by: Chance321

originally posted by: Woodcarver
a reply to: doobydoll

The only conclusions i can come too are either you have some serious mental problems which make it difficult for you to determine reality from fantasy, or you like to make up stories to garner yourself some online attention. Either way, you should get some professional help. These things aren’t real, and none of what you have claimed could have happened.

The good news is, nothing is coming into your house. The bad news is, that life is hard, but, the more you educate yourself, the easier it becomes.


I don't normally do this, but I found your post to be overly rude. Where is your proof that this stuff isn't real? That none of this happened? Where's your medical degree to even suggest mental problems?


lol. I can tell you don’t normally have these discussions, because you would know that the burden of proof is with the person making the claims.

I have to prove that his rediculous claims didn’t happen? But you accept his claims that shadow people are real without asking for proof?

Especially, knowing that there are several mental issues that resemble exactly what he is claiming.


you obviously have 0 knowledge of consciousness, or spirituality. You show pride in ignorance. Millions of people have had similar experiences including myself (many, many countless times)

Whether these experiences happen in ones head or not is beside the point, it is an experience that happened to someone. They are not crazy, they are just unfamiliar with what has happened.

That is the whole purpose of asking ATS about these experiences, because absolutely no one i know in real life has ever experienced the things I have, and has no answers to the questions we are looking for.

So thank you to the members of ATS who are genuinely trying to put the puzzle pieces together. (not you woodcarver)
I have the exact same experience with consciousness as you do, so I don’t know why you would think you know more about it than I do.

As Far as spirituality goes, that is something that has eluded definitions for millennia. Feel free to make something up, everyone else does.

In the field of psychology, there are thousands of case studies of people who claim these exact same things. I have read through many of them, I’m assuming you haven’t, since you say that nobody knows what’s going on. You see there is this whole thing called science. Read up on it.
edit on 9-4-2018 by Woodcarver because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 10 2018 @ 09:38 AM
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originally posted by: doobydoll

... I had my eyes closed and I heard something/one in the room moving behind me ... I was conscious and I tried to move but I couldn't ... I could see its fist on the bed in front of me ... I could see the end of a sleeve near its elbow, green, dark green ... its presence in the room had paralysed my physical body...

...Then i tried to open my eyes and it was so difficult, i could feel this creature was trying to keep me from opening my eyes because it knows as soon as i do open them, it loses its control ...



Hi dooby,
I may have misunderstood, but was just wondering - If your eyes were closed and you were paralysed - how did you manage to see it's fist, arm, sleeve etc. before trying to open your eyes?

I think I tend to agree with some of the other posters here, that this does sound very much like an episode of sleep paralysis. Very scary, and it seems so real at the time, (been there!) but it is most likely just a product of our own minds.

The very best of luck to you,
G



posted on Apr, 10 2018 @ 09:51 AM
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As others have said, sleep paralysis. It's relatively common.



posted on Apr, 15 2018 @ 01:07 AM
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a reply to: Woodcarver

here this guy will have a paper for you in a decade.

www.youtube.com...




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