Fear can do serious things to your mind. When I get scared, I hear more noises, and see more things than ever. A while ago, in my old house, we had
moved some of the furniture out of my room (was in the proccess of getting new furniture) Anyway, in my half-sleep, half-awake i heard, very
distinctly "Give me the six". A very deep, booming voice. Alot of things happen to me like that. Sometimes, and recently it's even started
happening in the day time, I will hear, very faintly, my name or someone else's name. For that second, I'm SURE I heard it. After a few seconds,
when I realize nobody is around me, I start to think that it's just my imagination, and I didn't hear it. Once you're afraid, your mind can and
WILL play tricks on you. You'll start to have dreams.. My situation sounds alot like yours as well. I, too, leave my door cracked open so that my
cats can come in and out (also something about closing the door completely makes you uncomfortable? No?). Anyway, it kinda sounds like your problems
are a little like mind. I got over mine a little while ago, though I still get slightly creeped out some nights though.
Don't get me wrong, I'm a christian. I believe in Demons, and that they WILL try to get you on their side. That alone also contributes to the fear
sometimes. If I were you, I'd take one of these two paths.
1.) Play it psychologically. Remeber what your mind can do to you. Do a test. Don't be afraid, don't expect to hear anything, and you probably
2.) Take it spiritually. (Are you a christian, or have some faith?) Pray for courage. Pray that you won't be afraid. Talk to God. Ask him to get
rid of the things in your room (If you believe that there ARE things in your room, and believe in God) Remember this. If you don't believe in God,
don't believe in Demons, you don't have anything to worry about; they don't exist. If you DO believe in God, the demons can't hurt you because
you have God ony our side already. I read on another post one time "For every demon, there are two angels".
Well, I hope I helped
. That's what I used to do when I was afraid, it worked too.