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Old 05-16-2015, 10:22 PM
 
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I had a similar dream, many years ago. I dreamed I stood up at a large, oak table, then fainted. I woke up to a shaking sensation. My room mates said I was shaking. I wondered, is it possible to faint while laying down? Odd....I've had a few similar experiences since then, but none I remembered in such detail.
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Old 05-29-2015, 09:19 AM
 
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I used to have the bed shaking thing much more than I do now. That and the feeling the bed was floating then slammed back down on the floor. I have all kinds of eerie feelings/thoughts/sensations/hallucinations when I am in that inbetween wake-sleep state. I used to have sleep paralysis a lot and 'waking' to a room full of light and mist.

Things much improved when I started treating my sleep disorders. I used to have nightmares and various hallucinations (such as hearing my name called or seeing someone in my room) to force me to wake up completely. I suspect I wasnt breathing for a long time. (I have apnea that was untreated 2/3 of my life).

I used to have a ghost cat too, anyone else? After my cat died I would feel her jump on the bed and come curl up. Of course she wasnt there. When I got a new cat I still felt it, assumed the real cat had jumped up, only to find nothing but air when I reached out to pet her. I never feared the ghost cat for some reason.
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Old 05-31-2015, 08:36 PM
 
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Nope lol but what happen to me when sleeping is that all of a sudden I wake up and shake as if I saw a nightmare but there is no nightmare. It happens a lot and usually when I'm about to fall asleep.
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Old 05-31-2015, 09:29 PM
 
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I have had this happen several times, but it hasn't happened in awhile (once it really was an earthquake).
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Old Yesterday, 11:27 PM
 
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Well it all started as my alarm went off for no reason and I went to turn it off but it wouldn’t and so I went to unplug it and it was unplugged but still going off then , the TVs and stuff paused by there self and they turned off by there self too , then I was talking to my bf on phone and my dad was on his phone we was watching a movie together but then my dad says what do u want Haley and I said wdym then he said why did u tap my head so hard I said I didn’t then it go more creepy because we heard banging noises and stuff and my phone was glitching and tv won’t work , then tonight july 30th,2019 12:43a.m I was watching YouTube and next thing I know my bed shakes so hard so I though maybe my dog went under my bed and shakes it well then I thought that was a really hard shake so I looked everywhere and underneath my bed nothing there then I get the cold chills and run I tell my grandma and she said we have to find out if someone died here or not cuz I’m fixing to to a ritual tomorrow I’m scared tonight it’s 1:24a.m rn and can’t sleep after what just happened to me well I hope I helped someone’s question like omg guys I just hear breathing help me plz 略
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Old Today, 10:51 AM
 
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This is an interesting notion. For most all my life, I have occasionally had what I, for lack of a way to better explain it, perceive as a "buzzing" or "humming" sensation at times just as I doze off to sleep. The thing is, the buzzing or humming is not really a sound, it's more of a feeling in my head. It's a sensation. Very hard to put into words.
Yes! I've had that too, usually accompanied by a feeling that
a nightmare was preparing to start.

Sometimes, there's a feeling of pressure against my neck,
like someone is burying their face into it, snuggling me somehow.

Usually, I just roll over, and the feeling disintegrates.

But if it's actually supposed to be the beginning of astral travel,
maybe I'll hang in there next time and see what happens. I don't
really get straight-up nightmares anymore, so maybe it'll be
something else.



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