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Seems interesting, but it could be a sudden disconnect from consciousness, causing you to fall into a dream while awake. Not saying it's not
paranormal or anything. Just saying it could have an actual medical cause.
For myself, there was this one instant where perhaps something like what you were talking about happened. I was getting a hair cut by my dad, and all
of the sudden it was like I fell out of my body. Must have been for a brief few seconds, but it was like I was no longer me, but something watching
me, and myself going on it's merry way like nothing happened. But it was strange, because without me, my body began getting angry and aggressive to
stupid things for those brief few seconds I was out of it. It was my body I was watching, and my body was perfectly conscious. I was simply no longer
in control. It was like auto pilot....a mean auto pilot. Whatever it was, it was only for like 3 or so seconds, and I quickly fell back into my body
and took control.
Strangest thing ever. But for myself, I don't necessarily think that was paranormal. Compared to the other experience I mentioned, it seemed purely
medical. Perhaps a split second extreme case of deja vu, or something else.
Similarly, an event a few years after than involved something that could only possibly have been either a seizure, but it felt like some sort of
attempted possession. A violent event at midnight about a year ago where it literally felt like something was biting into me, trying to invade
"myself". This is the only event where something violent involving weird out of body experiences like this occurred. It was very strange. I knew that
whatever was doing it, was not from this reality. And it was not a nice thing, whatever it was. Even so, undeniably, this event could be easily
called a seizure. The first, and only, in my entire life. Not saying that event wasn't paranormal. I'm simply saying if I was a doctor I would
diagnose it as a seizure in all likelihood.
It's led me to suspect that when these things do happen to people, they manifest themselves in this reality as simple medical events we call seizures,
or comas, or etc etc. This does not make all such medical cases paranormal. It simply means that you cannot prove it beyond anything other than what
can be medically observed.
Even so, it does make you scared I suspect. It makes me scared. And all together, unless I suddenly start suffering from seizures every week, I'm not
going to consider it as anything in need of treatment. However for you, should you experience it again, and it comes again and again, do not be afraid
to seek medical treatment. We really have no way of knowing if it is purely medical and your mind makes it into something spiritual, or if it is
actually a genuine spiritual event with a medical designated term occurring as a result.
Either way, always keep in mind your health.
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