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Date Posted: 21:37:55 05/24/03 Sat
Author: PABB
Subject: Re: sleepless nights in my bedroom
In reply to: donnie 's message, "sleepless nights in my bedroom" on 07:54:09 02/24/03 Mon

Must be damned boring to be forced to stare like that :(

Something much less spectacular happened to me twice I would wake up from a dream but be pinned motionless in my bed for about 5 seconds until I can get up. I dunno maybe sometimes your body enters dreaming mode paralysis but your brain doesnt generate a dream? Maybe not, your waking up in the same position as youve been for 4 hours is really strange. Do you feel those 5 hours or do they pass quickly? Scared or just bored?



>Hello to everyone. I was wondering if anyone can give
>me any ideas of what this experience can be. 4 to 5
>nights out of the week, I would fall asleep and in my
>dreams, I would be in my bed exactly where I was
>laying nothing changing and my body would be completly
>paralized. I would be fighting to wake up. After a
>good fight I would open my eyes and I'd be in the
>exact same spot as I was in the dream. Really odd.
>Sometimes I would be floating on my ceiling in my
>bedroom and then suddenly wake up on my bed. I havent
>slept in my bedroom in two years and have been
>sleeping on my couch. I havent experienced anything
>like that since I started sleeping downstairs on my
>couch. Any ideas anyone, or similar experiences. And
>no, my house is not old, me and my dad built the house
>from scratch about 10 years ago. Although, the
>previous house that was there, a lady died of old age.

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  • Re: sleepless nights in my bedroom -- CLS5, 22:23:10 06/13/03 Fri
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