Originally posted by Charmeine
reply to post by sled735
absolutely. Most entries are dealing with dreams and the few experiences I've had with paranormal- most recently with the church I work for.
there a few ramblings about personal daily things but most entries are about the paranormal and dreams.
Well, that was just fascinating!
Speaking of the sleep paralysis... It was only a couple of weeks ago that I came across some information on a thread on ATS ( sorry, I don't remember
which one because I look at a lot of them ), and they were saying that sleep paralysis is the beginning stages of having an OBE. The thing you have to
conquer to reach the OBE is getting over the fear. The fear is what brings on the evil entities, whatever form it comes in. Try not to panic when you
realize you can't move (that's because your spirit is out of your body), and ask your spirit guide to come and help you continue your journey.
He/she will show up and take you to some wonderful places in the universe!
I'm tempted to say you may have been on an OBE when you were flying over Greece, but other things about your "dream" make me wonder if you were.
My niece had an experience with sleep paralysis, and she saw an evil lumberjack standing in her doorway with an axe, and he was giving her an evil
smile. She thought he was going to chop her up!
We have a member on my thread, user name Alfred2012, that has OBEs. If you go back to maybe page 44, or somewhere in there, you can read some of his
experiences. There are many pages for your enjoyment! He has shared information that he has received from his guide on his journeys. Quite
You entire blog was very interesting, even the things that weren't paranormal. A lot of what you wrote about reminded me of some of my own
experiences. And I, too, am a nature lover. I love the mountains where I live, and I feel the closest to "spirit" when I spend time taking walks
through the woods, and looking at beautiful scenery, sunsets, sunrises, listening to the calming effects of a rolling creek, or anything having to do
with nature. It feeds my soul.
Thank you for sharing your stories. I hope you'll come back and comment from time to time.
I'll be watching your blog to see what happens next.