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Help me with strange experiences - Is my mind being manipulated? Strange EMF? Other dimentions? Need

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posted on Feb, 17 2011 @ 06:16 PM
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Pretty much what I was thinking. I've suffered from it before and I can tell you the feeling is horrifying.




posted on Feb, 17 2011 @ 11:48 PM
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Originally posted by Turiddu
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Pretty much what I was thinking. I've suffered from it before and I can tell you the feeling is horrifying.


Sleep paralysis was horrifying at first, but then I became one of those guys who enjoyed their nightmares lol. Its like interactive cinema to me! I remember one particular sleep paralysis moment where one guy walked into my room and shot the other guy that was standing in the shadows.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 12:50 AM
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By the sound of it, you're going to drive yourself to exhaustion. Staying awake by the methods you describe will have a negative effect on your immune system and mental functioning. This can lead to impaired reasoning and increasing disorder in your life.

I'm sure other members mean well in their posts and their advice is sincere. In this case, I'm stating the obvious and believe you should either go to the doctors or drop-in clinic for advice. See what they say about it because they will either know more about it than 99.999% of ATSers...or know someone who does.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 02:44 AM
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Originally posted by Turiddu
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Pretty much what I was thinking. I've suffered from it before and I can tell you the feeling is horrifying.


I too suspect that the OP is experiencing the onset of sleep paralysis. I have this frequently and I can actually tell when this is going to happen long before Im sleepy or its time for bed due to a feeling very like what the OP describes.

While its a challenging experience it doesn't have to be terrifying. Its all about our attitude to it. For instance many people speak of 'suffering' from sleep paralysis, whereas others actively seek sleep paralysis and even enjoy it.

Why? Because they know it is the precursor to stunning experiences like wake induced lucid dreams or out
of body experiences. The unknown is always scary. But if we constantly resist it and see it as bad we feed
into fear and never cross the threshold into new experiences.

My advice would be, stop resisting and reacting with fear. Arm yourself with empowering and positive thoughts, by whatever means is natural to you, and the next time you have this feelin lie down and go with it.
Most likely you will feel your body begin to paralyze, dont resist, then a tremendous swirling, pressing, energy sensations, dont resist, then a roaring, buzzing, rushing sound. Then stillness and calm.

Most likely, at this point you'll be where many people try desperately to be: outside of your body and able to explore a whole other world of infinite possibilities.

What happens next will likely be determined by whether you give in to fear or muster your courage, trust and positivity
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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 06:12 AM
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While you take into account the advice of the other posters on this thread, you might want to consider seeing an oncologist about the possibility of brain tumours. Unexplained sensations can sometimes be attributed to cancers growing in glands or in the brain, altering the chemistry of your brain and therefore your thought patterns and the sensory data fed to the logical parts of your brain. Might also explain the painful element of the sensation.
Just saying, might be an idea to get that checked, as well as taking precautions against other worldly parasitic entities feeding on your negative vibes.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 09:27 PM
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Thanks for pointing this out. Reading your post made me feel crazy for not considering that as a possibility. I guess as its such an unusual experience I never related it to anything physical. The pain only came on one of the last, much more intense experiences.

As for other posters talking about exaustion etc. Im a student and now work a couple night in a bar as well as play gigs fairly often so I have no need to be up early apart from two days of the week so I get sleep, just in mornings mostly. When this happens tho it does tire me out fighting the temptation to sleep so it cant be doing any good still.

Im really at a loss here. part of me wants to submit to it when im in bed with my gf so Im not alone totally vulnerable. Its just it feels like somethings coming to 'get me' and as a person I am always one to resist an attack on myself which is how I'd describe it so my instincts tell me to fight it. Im not afraid of it anymore really at all as I know I can avoid it despite the inconviniance (sorry im an awful speller) I might try this next time and see what happens. I definately get the impression that resisting it stops it from happening for a while.

Also this reminds me of something I saw a while ago where a study said that people who have cancer who completely ignore the diagnosis and refuse to accept their condition actually do very well and its as if the cancer inside them refuses to grow as the patient refuses to acknowledge it exists. Similarly also it said that patients who believe that they will contract it prior to diagnosis (who have no family history of it as well) are more likely to develop it.



posted on Feb, 19 2011 @ 11:06 AM
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www.clarity-of-being.org...

Another resource for great info about this subject in my opinion.



posted on Feb, 21 2011 @ 03:59 AM
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I hear what you say about mind over matter, but all the well established and recognised studies say that idealy you want to get diagnosed as quick as possible, should the need arise, because catching tumours early is key to successful treatment.
Thing is there are so many physiological malfunctions that can cause sensory disturbances, that you would be remiss to fail to visit a medical professional on this matter. Not all of them are cancer related, it could be viral, or a hereditary glandular or neurological imbalance of some sort, and you wont know till you talk to a professional, and get some tests done.
You say you have a GF. If this problem does turn out being physiological or even regular neurological, then please bare the following well in mind. First of all you have a duty to yourself and to your lady to ensure that you are safe to be around. This sensory disturbance could induce you to do things that you wouldnt otherwise do, or react to stimuli in unusual and dangerous ways. Until you have had the advice of a medical professional, I would be VERY careful not to put your GF in the position of being around you when you are suffering one of these episodes.
I read a story recently about a gentleman who suffered a sleep disorder, little like sleep walking, who woke up to find an attacker atop his wife. He rose from the bed, and attacked the stranger, only to wake up and realise he had strangled his own wife in his sleep. Im not saying this is likely , Im no professional , Im just saying that there are some inexplicable things that can happen, just as a result of known abnormalities of the body, and its worth checking into them, not just for your sake, but for the sake of those you care about, and those who are around you the most.
I wish you good luck and good health .



posted on Feb, 21 2011 @ 09:10 AM
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Try meditating. it very much so relaxes the mind. especially if you have certain frequencies playing. youtube the video 528 hertz and meditate to that. OR when your feeling like you are describing, still meditate but basically ease your mind as much as possible and let them in and see if they leave any visions or send you telepathic messages.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 07:24 AM
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Hey guys thanks for all your insights and help/ I thought I'd just let you know how things re going.

Oddly enough I havent had this experience even mildly since posting. It occured a few times a week before and suddenly appears to have stopped. It could be linked with my sleep pattern changing so I sleep much later however.

I started to think it was something in my head or sleep paralysis as others have suggested. My main confusion is that it only happens at night time and never when im in the same state early mornings or evenings or in the day. It has happened too many times to be a coincidence that it only happens at night and must be a reason.

I am very relieved for now though and am sue it will be back. I can't tell you how relieved I was to be able to discuss it with people who've had similar experiences. Whatever the reason for it im just glad its subsided because it was very intrusive and worrying.

I struggled discribing it before, but a good way to describe it that I though of recently is its like your being chased by something you know is going to do harm to you but you have almost knowhere to run and fighting it you find yourself constantly 'only just' escaping it for a moment before its almost got you again. That better describes how it tires me out so much fighting it as well. Thanks everyone again its all vey much appreciated. I'm seeking medical advice as well just to be on the safe side.



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