I never been so scared in my life before , I experienced Sleep Paralysis 2 times this past week but the second one with a shadow starting at me. I know this sounds crazy and only the people that have experienced this before know what I'm talking about , now I'm paranoid each fucking night ever since that Monday night and unable to go to sleep.
Most Helpful Guy
There are several ways to get yourself out of sleep paralysis.
First is accepting and being aware that you are in a sleep paralysis. Chill out, you know what is happening. You have been there before, so you know that nothing bad is happening to you. Take that knowledge to relax some and accept that it happens. Panic just makes it worse.
Then the options beyond that are starting to slowly move. Start with your fingers/toes and move from there.
The alternative is to hold your breath for a bit. That brings your body in a run or die mindset and due to adrenaline and such you will be eventually able to move.0
Most Helpful Girl
Yes. Sleep paralysis is a demonic attack. I once experienced it and I felt a really sinister presence. I heard someone else on YouTube share her experience where she experienced sleep paralysis and heard a creepy voice say "I love you." Just pray have faith in the Lord. He's stronger than any demon out there. It helps to sleep with your bible under your pillow.0
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