Here is what my sleep paralysis episodes are like. I usually get them whe nI am overtired from lack of sleep. I begin to fall asleep, but then that deep sinking feeling starts. I try to move but cant. I feel a buzzing vibration in between my eyes. I sometimes feel as though I am in a different dimension, no longer in my room. Or I feel as though I am outside the house and there is lightning and thunder. At times I feel the covers being pulled off of me, terrified I struggle to move and break free. I usually do. The worst is I am laying there frozen, and I can feel (I can't see at all) small creatures frantically pushing me up and down in the bed, breathing and snorting at a fast rate into my ears. Sometimes I feel as though i am being raised upwards, as opposed to the sinking sensation. As a small boy I remember having fevers, and a few times I floated right out of my body and hit the ceiling of my bedroom, I felt like a speck and the room looked huge from up there. I was then "pulled" along an invisible track with a painful buxxing feeling, I had no control, it was like a bad ride at an amusement park and it wasn't over until i reached the other end of the ceiling. OK, here is a strange one, will anybody out there tell me if this has happened to you, or if your brave try it. My wife bought us a new cordless phone, and it has BLUE LED lights on it. She put it in our bedroom, and for two nights I didn't sleep soundly, I kept feeling a precense in the room, I opened my eyes and in that dim blue haze, I swear I saw these large dark shadowy beings walking around in our room. it was damn scary. I told her the phone and chargere was going to be put in the spare bedroom, my experiences stopped.My wife never had an incident, she claims she very rarely remembers even dreaming. I had a customer at work bring back a router, he was irritated that the blinking lights, and the blue light in particular, kept him from sleeping. Try it and let me know.
[edit on 28-4-2010 by jymmyjaymes]