A while back I was having trouble sleeping one night I felt uncomfortable but I shrugged it off and was eventually able to sleep. I dreamt I was in my room and I couldn't breath I was being choked. When I woke up I couldn't move or breath. I literally felt something on me with impressions on the bed like someone was kneeling.
A few seconds later I felt the impressions lift up and I was able to move. I bolted out of my room. The next few nights I slept upstairs. A month later I had the same dream, but I was able to get from my bed but I couldn't open the door and when I woke up I felt like I was being choked again.
Nothing has happened since but I've been having the same dream again and scared of what will happen if I fall asleep. If it's not that dream I dream of this demon that I can't see but feel that attacks me. And in these dreams there is always this guy I know and everytime he's there all I know I have to do is protect him. Can anyone help explain these dreams to me...? I have looked at dream interpretation sites but they all say different things.
I have tried having my parents smug the house but they don't believe anything I say because they themselves haven't had anything happen to them. It's frustrating being the only one these things happen to. I haven't been able to sleep these past few days. The last time I did I drempt of being in my old house and in my sister and my room there was a demon that choked me and threw me out of the room.
When I went close to the door way I was able to see a blue message on my bed that said "Get out". Most of the time when I have these dreams it always happen in my house or my old one. Never anywhere else.
These dreams are getting out of hand. Last time I drempt like this I was attacked. Am I being warned? Is it possible I am going to get attacked again? My aunt explained to me because of my parents colliding energy we have this sort of vortex that brings spirits in and out of the house. Is there anyway to get rid of it? I'm worried of what things it might end up bringing into the house. I appreciate the help very much.