posted on Feb, 6 2006 @ 03:57 PM
That's weird, I can relate to this. Recently I had unexpected dental surgery(broken jaw). Basicaly, for the first 3.5 weeks I couldn't get used to
the idea of of eating all liquids. I basicaly starved myself by only eating half a bowl of tomato soup and water a day(lost over 15lbs).
Long story short, I started noticing things. My dreams were always 100% in color and very detailed. I started seeing shadows, not shadow people, but
moving shadows in my peripheral. I also started to become very empathetic. I could feel peoples feelings, more so then usual. I became extremely
aware of the dark energy around me, I couldn't sleep because of it on ocasions.
I even had a few random OOBs, on very low plains. One for example, one was codiene induced(it was prescribed, lol). I fell asleep shortly after
taking my dose, and next thing I know I was in a very low plain getting yelled at by people I knew(entities? spirits? figments of my subconscious?).
They were just screaming at me, I've pretty much forgoten what they were saying by now. It was creepy to say the least, not a dream by any means(i
had a few opiate induced dreams while on the medication, but nothing like this). Before I knew it I snaped out of it and was back to physical
I haven't read through the site yet, but I will. Once I do I'll post my thoughts on the website. It wouldn't suprise me the least bit if this
stuff was true. Didn't monks and medicen men fast before spiritual journeys?