An Inside Look At The Terrifying Experience Known As Sleep Paralysis

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Sleep Paralysis – The Most Frightening Experience Ever 

Some say it’s the most terrifying experience you can have without being in any real kind of danger. It’s where you’re almost asleep but partially  awake enough to be semi-coherent, but unable to move in any way shape or form. While in this state, you may hear everything going on around you. For instance, if your television is on or someone is in the room, you’ll be able to hear them. 

You’re natural response is to move your eyes, neck, head, something but you can’t. You try hard to move but nothing happens. In most occasions the person this is happening to will hear a loud pop and be able move again. But not before a certain level of fear and panic sets in. You can’t move at all but you’re mind and senses are moving at 1000 miles an hour.

In some instances people have said to have felt like hands where holding them down. Almost as if there were a group of people around them they couldn’t see physically holding them down. Others have said to felt like they had no power at all, that they felt completely stuck like in some glue. 

Could it be the mind playing tricks on us or something more? Could we be in a state where we are fully aware but relaxed and don’t know how to really handle it? Perhaps it’s a higher state of consciousness that we can learn from, or something sinister… 

Has this ever happened to you?

Check out the video by Woah12  on 12 terrifying facts about sleep paralysis 

Video Source – Woah12

Have you ever had sleep paralysis happen to you?

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