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#139 - stankyfrank
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(01/21/2016) [-]
**stankyfrank used "*roll picture*"**
**stankyfrank rolled image**Does anyone know where i can find an account of a guy who had a sleep paralysis visitor and decided to try and seduce it?
#137 - anon
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(02/03/2013) [-]
sometimes I "wake up" on my stomach and my head is being pushed in the pillow like someone tries to suffocate me, but it never works and after some time it usually wears off. Freaked me out big time when it first happened...
#129 - tazze ONLINE
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(01/30/2013) [-]
I am 19, I dream once a month never anything unusual, I've never suffered sleep paralysis or experienced lucid dreams, my life is boring.

MFW
#122 - buttinspecter
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(01/30/2013) [-]
Love that track.
#114 - futuremarinesniper
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(01/30/2013) [-]
does anyone have any tips for lucid dreaming since were on the subject
#115 to #114 - capslockrage
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(01/30/2013) [-]
Yes, it's not what it's broadcasted to be.
You can't actually do it.
It's made up.
#116 to #114 - dandyhandy **User deleted account**
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(01/30/2013) [-]
Keep a dream diary, write down every specific of your dream you can remember right when you wake up. You may find a theme, and if you see it again you'll know you're dreaming.

When dreaming, you can't read (you may see one or two words clearly, but it's fleeting) or see yourself in the mirror (it will be blurry). If you can remember to notice those, you'll know when you're dreaming.

Some people suggest waking up 5 hours into sleep, recording your dreams and reflecting on them, then going back to sleep will make that last 3 hours more likely to have a lucid dream. I've never tired that.
#118 to #114 - shaddz
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(01/30/2013) [-]
Meditation helps a lot.
#91 - autoxx
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(01/30/2013) [-]
I was sleeping over at my girlfriend's place about a year ago, in the middle of the night I got up and put my pants on because I was dreaming that she was a 12 year old and I didn't want anyone to get the wrong idea...

I used to sleepwalk a LOT but haven't really slept in about 8 months (since we broke up) so naturally I don't sleepwalk anymore.
#88 - anon
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(01/30/2013) [-]
I had a night terror (<1% of people ever do!) and I was prepared. ragemode.exe
#86 - anon
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(01/30/2013) [-]
I was watching Tv in the late afternoon one day and fell asleep on the couch. My couch is parallel to the hallway that I was facing. At the end of the hallway is a bathroom. It felt so real. I woke up from my nap to see a womanly dark figure coming out of the bathroom. She immediately noticed me on the couch and i couldn't move, so i opened my mouth to scream, but i couldn't even grunt or moan for help. She quickly came to my side and as soon she looked me in my terrified eyes she grabbed my throat and i immediately woke up(for real this time)

sorry for long post. This only ever happened to me once hen i was 16
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#75 - Bizbee
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(01/30/2013) [-]
My sleep schedule is the most unorganized thing ever so I get Sleep Paralysis occasionally. After a while it's not scary, more annoying if anything. Before, it was "Oh ****, why can't I move! Oh ****, why do I hear voices, Oh ****, why is someone in my room!" Now it's "Ugh ****...." then I close my eyes and go back to sleep.
#64 - ilovetocuddle
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(01/30/2013) [-]
According to the comment section I'm part of a minority of normally sleeping people.
#47 - leuser
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(01/30/2013) [-]
**leuser rolled a random image posted in comment #414 at The Greatest Gift ** When that happens to me, I try to breath really hard and that seems to work every time... for me at least.
**leuser rolled a random image posted in comment #414 at The Greatest Gift ** When that happens to me, I try to breath really hard and that seems to work every time... for me at least.
#26 - imaligerr
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(01/30/2013) [-]
Never knew there was a term for it, I hate it. Usually when I get it I can hardly breathe and I get out by putting all my will power into moving a single muscle or limb.
#11 - callmesenpai
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(01/30/2013) [-]
I'm afraid of something killing me in my sleep or something, so I usually have a hard time falling asleep. One night I laid awake for almost an hour, and then I felt something shift. The insides of my eyelids were blacker. I realize now that I was probably falling asleep, but at the time, I thought I was dead.
Other times I have these weird half-asleep dreams that aren't dreams- not like lucid dreaming. More like... some of my senses are asleep and in REM and the rest of me isn't. So I'll hear voices and ****. It's terrifying.
#15 to #11 - slenderchild
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(01/30/2013) [-]
my house is haunted so i used to lay in bed for hours with my eyes fixated on the door... now im more relaxed about the ghost

now i just have a raging case of insomnia (five years now) and only dream nightmares
#17 to #15 - slenderchild
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(01/30/2013) [-]
but whats kickass about my nightmares is that they always start off with me laying in bed before getting up and witnessing my nightmare, so it feels like real life... last night i woke up and punched my bed out of fear (i sleep on a matress on the floor) and broke my phone charger in the process
#8 - srskate
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(01/30/2013) [-]
I have recurring sleep paralysis, it shows up when my sleep schedule is in a kink.

Best one was when I fell asleep after completing a section of the High School Assesments (HSAs). I tried breathing really loudly to get my buddy next to me to move me, but he ended up just laughing his ass off at me.
#123 - doyoulikeapizza
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(01/30/2013) [-]
**doyoulikeapizza rolled a random image posted in comment #55 at Every game needs googly eyes **