Sharon Posted August 13, 2021 Share Posted August 13, 2021 I had an interesting experience yesterday afternoon during a nap. I rarely take naps during the day, but felt to be very tired. It was about 11:15am. I have experienced sleep paralysis several times before, so this part of it was not new. Although, I felt to be somewhat conscious and aware of my surroundings, but unable to open my eyes. I heard constant buzzing and felt that my body was vibrating. There was also a sensation of something being on top of me, as I was lying on my back, covered with a blanket. The buzzing was very loud. Up to this point, I wasn't afraid, but started to be, and a few minutes after this, there was a female voice to my right who said "you can stop this at any time, just say stop." I wanted to fully wake up at this point, so I said the word Stop twice, and the vibrating and buzzing stopped. I opened my eyes and was in a state of disbelief and not really knowing if this was a dream or if I was really awake or if this actually happened. I decided that I was still tired and not ready to get up so I turned over and slept for another hour. In this dream, there was a female voice to my right that said "you should have known better". I didn't know what she was referring to exactly, so I told her that there was no way that was possible because I didn't know what I was dealing with at the time. There must have been some sort of understanding of what she meant. I've had sleep paralysis occur in the past, typically presenting itself as a force that is prevents me from any movement and I am struggling to open my eyes and wake up but cannot. I doubt this was an OBE and may be a lucid dream, but I would have to get more information about it. Typically, my dreams are very vivid and recalled in detail, as if actual experiences. I will say that experiencing this freaked me out quite a lot and since then, been trying to figure out if there was a message within it. Thanks for reading. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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