posted on Nov, 27 2008 @ 08:33 PM
Hi, sondernet, I found your experience interesting. Hope this helps:
First, your reception (what was perceived): Dr. Steven Greer, in 'Hidden Truth', discusses receiving similar experiences, mostly awake. He shares
in his book, which is very interesting, and consistent with information which is shared on ATS, how he addresses 'incoming data' such as this in an
effective way, I believe it is towards the near end of the book when he shares about his melanoma experience. The 'data' transmitted to him, as he
puts it, was intentional. He has since visualized (and I am paraphrasing) and 'intended' surrounding himself in the white light of love and truth,
and that of the sender, and stay focused on this, no matter how uncomfortable the experience. Again, his book is interesting, even if one does not
agree with or believe what he shares.
Second, if the 'information' comes from elsewhere (your own 'subconscious', what ever that really means), I am betting that Dr. Greer's technique
can help you determine that (one intentionally seeks the source of where this 'data' is coming from, and then sends love and light to it, in a
3rd, A book by David Moorehouse, Psychic warrior, had dreams where his dreams appeared to come more from his 'subconscious', but were just as scary
and 'ominous', yet were to convey messages more to him about issues in his life decisions (major crossroads) he was making. He was hit in his helmet
with a bullet, and after that began having these dreams and exceptional abilities, according to his book. His story is also very very interesting, and
at worst, entertaining, if one lends no creadence to the content.
4th, paralysis is known in certain phase of sleep (REM or stage 4, where afferent motor control from the brain, for some reason does not occur.) it
occurs in us all, but most do not awaken during this phase as it is 'deep sleep', and if we do, we quickly snap out of this 'stage' of sleep and
into a more 'awake' state where we regain motor control. These are my first thoughts on your experience.