This thread is extremely long now; I haven't read the whole thing, as it's too time-consuming. I do want to add one thing though, something that
HOMBRE had added to the convo. Wherever he received the information about the "sleep paralysis", and how it can be turned into a very pleasurable
experience is true. I found this out myself, first-hand. I had three negative experiences with sleep paralysis before I discovered that it can be
turned into whatever you want it to be, based on what you think of when you are in that state. I wish I knew how to bring HOMBRE's quote here so that
I can remember all of what he said. He was dead-on point though. The only thing I wasn't sure of was at the end where he said that you can wake
yourself up by blinking very fast or increasing your breathing rate. That is probably true also. Once you start experiencing this dream state, where
your body is still asleep, but not your mind, you can actively think of anything and start dreaming about it, with the dreams being a lot more vivid
than actual dreaming. The best part of it is that you are completely conscious and know what you are doing, and can think of absolutely anything you
I was in prison when I figured this out - in solitary confinement. I can't remember exactly now how I figured it out, but with the knowledge of how
to control the paralysis also came HOW to make it happen. It happens right after you have been to sleep, wake up and are trying to go back to sleep
again. At that time, you can "catch" yourself falling asleep right at the time where your body is asleep before your mind. It is a very small
time-frame. You can feel it happen though, it's a deeply relaxing feeling that happens, and your body feels weighted down. At that time, you can
test it by trying to move your fingers of your hand, or trying to move your hand up, if you feel the resistance, then you know you are in that
time-frame. This is always a great and exciting feeling for me (now). Guess what I was thinking about? Mind you, I was in prison, had been for 6
years already when I found this trick out. In solitary confinement, with only old Curves Magazines to keep me company. Those women in the mags
definitely came to life in these dreams, tell you what.
The thing about it is that as soon as you start thinking of things that you want in your dream, you actually fall asleep totally (at least I think
so), and you are free to move however you want. But you are still under the realization that you are dreaming, and that you control everything in it
now! That's the best I can explain it. It's freakin awesome.
The only problem I wonder now is if this thing I've stumbled upon is evil or not. I have no idea. I'm glad to hear someone else talk about it
though, so I have a little relief that I'm not the only one that can do it. I'm going to do some research on that now.
I'm probably never going to visit this page again, as I am not really one that blogs or does forums like this. I just wanted to share my opinion,
which I haven't been able to share with anyone yet because I thought it was too weird to mention to anyone.
edit on 1-3-2015 by BEAST32
because: I noticed the word "window" was omitted from my original post when I reviewed it. I went in just now and changed that word to another word
that I suppose will be more appropriate to your rules.