CreepyPasta - Sleep Paralysis


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Submitted: 03/21/2013
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#3 - katinka (03/23/2013) [-]
I often have sleep paralysis and it's actually scarier than this video
I often have sleep paralysis and it's actually scarier than this video
#4 to #3 - tyroneisanigger (03/24/2013) [-]
Hmm, I've never had it. In your best words can you tell me what it is like?
Is it like some kind of Lucid dreaming?
User avatar #6 to #4 - katinka (03/24/2013) [-]
The first time it happened to me I was in high school. I fell asleep in class with my head on the table. I could hear the other kids making fun of me and calling me names and I wanted to lift my head but I couldn't. I tried so hard to move anything but it was impossible. Suddenly I could be able to move my little finger slightly and kept moving it until I finally woke up terrified, only to see that it was recess and there were only some girls in the class completely ignoring me, so the making fun of me part must have been from the dream. I still have it, sometimes it doesn't happen for months, sometimes it happens more than once a week. It ain't pleasant...I still use the technique trying to move my little finger to get out of the paralysis. Basically: you are almost fully conscious, but still connected to the dream, which 99% of the time is a nightmare AND you are paralyzed. And no, it's not like lucid dreaming. Lucid dreaming isn't scary, but it's also difficult to wake up from.
User avatar #5 to #4 - craaabs (03/24/2013) [-]
Here's what I understand: you can make yourself go into sleep paralysis by following the directions someone posted to induce lucid dreaming, but it does not work. You lie still for a few hours, facing the ceiling. Again, it does not work. You begin to see figures and subtle changes in the room that are freaky as **** and seem very real.
#1 - birdsandgifs (03/21/2013) [-]
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#2 to #1 - lucifersdad (03/22/2013) [-]
Nice gif. but this is not the place man.
#7 - solohawk (03/31/2013) [-]
It's never happened to me, but it has happened to my friend. From what he told me, he fell asleep on the couch in his room facing his door, wide open. When it happened, he couldn't move a muscle, and saw something standing at the end of the hallway. It started moving slowly across the hallway, and when he could see it, he said it looked like a short demon. He woke up as it was standing at the edge of his couch. That's gotta be some trippy **** .
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