posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 11:07 AM
Like most people, I have experienced this and am well aware how much of an impact it can have on a person. Be aware that it is universally reported.
As a Fine Art student, I went to a cemetery and staged some photographs for an assignment and was greatly troubled for quite some time afterward. I'd
suddenly feel as though someone had grabbed my feet and was pulling me upward and down toward the foot of the bed. So violently. I'd be unable to
move or cry out. Many times my mother heard me trying from her bedroom.
Eventually, my grandmother (from the Croatian side of the family) advised me to speak out loud and apologize for any disrespect and then state very
firmly something along the lines of, "This is MY home. I wish you well but you have no business here, BEGONE." Whether the effect was merely
psychological or something more, the situation began to dwindle right away and ended soon after.
Now, when ever I feel uneasy I turn to grounding but also try to recall that firmness of conviction - "This is MY home. I wish you well but you have
no business here, BEGONE." So perhaps it is a question of filling the gaps. If these things feed upon fear, strength of conviction appears to be the
I have also read mention that this kind of phenomena is connected to the same area of the brain that controls narcolepsy. And it is interesting that
simply wiggling your toes and fingers will, in some instances, banish sleep paralysis rather quickly.
edit on 17/9/11 by sirenofthedead
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