Just not too long ago I woke up and feel the need to write this down, lest I forget the details.
I was asleep and dreaming... The last dream I had before waking was terrifying, but the effects continued after waking. I remember going into a
building, it was a college and I was going to class, but was a few minutes late so the halls were fairly empty. I had to go to the bathroom, and as I
made my way towards it, an elderly man came out, walking past me chanting "pain, pain, pain" and staring at me. I think he might have been clutching
his chest, I don't remember correctly. Anyway this kindof turned me off the idea of going to the bathroom, so I stopped, but I turned around again and
thought * it, I'll just go. So I go into the bathroom to one of the urinals and this feeling of a presence creeps up on me, really creepy-feeling.
That's when I look to the side at a mirror and notice a man standing behind and to the side of me, but he had a hood and his head was turned, so I
couldn't see his face. I turned around to look, and nobody was there, but he was still there in the mirror. My immediate thought was "oh *, a ghost, I
need to get out of here", at which point I was physically lifted up off the ground and kindof slammed down. I was trying to yell for help but I wasn't
able to speak. At this point I shoot awake and immediately sit up in bed, and I'm breathing very fast. I have an odd feeling in my chest, kindof like
a sinking/pulling and a feeling of panic and an overwhelming presence of evil in the room, like something is "trying to get me". Eventually this
passes, and I get up and go downstairs to go out and smoke a cigarette. As I'm going outside, it returns to a lesser extent; this pulling/pressure in
my chest, and it seemed like everything kindof fazed out for a few seconds, like I was dazed or dreaming, or not fully in control of my body. I fought
off a panic attack and proceeded outside.
So here I am, I felt the need to vent that because I have a feeling I'll forget as the day goes by. I don't know whether it was psychological or
spiritual. From time to time I do have night terrors that wake me up, although rare, and I am a little nervous about an appointment at the hospital
this morning (for a physical issue, not mental). This felt different though, it didn't feel psychological. I'm pretty in control of my mind, which is
why this is bothering me, since it almost caused a panic attack. That just doesn't happen to me.
edit on 15-4-2011 by trollz because: (no