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Sleeping Patterns Affecting What I See?


Recently, I've been having trouble sleeping. My sleeping hours have been diminishing and while some days I am tired, other's I'm completely fine. I've also experience a tingling in my lower spine, kind of like a whirlpool of energy circling around that area. I had a car accident last year, so I always chock it up to that incident, but I'm not so sure anymore.

After my accident, I began to lay awake in my bed and noticed the color of the room just kind of diminish and turn black and grey. It's not the dark of the night and the room I would stay in had the blinds open, so the moonlight would hit the room. I didn't pay attention to it and ignored it up until I started to see like a mist floating near the ceiling every night between 2-4am. I've had my vision checked, gone to the doctor about my sleeping patterns but nothing is affecting me in a physical/medical way.

I'm not sure what it is, but if I focus on the mist, I can start making out some sort of structure or images being displayed, sometimes maybe even sounds. It's very brief and something I've never experienced before. Aside from that, I can feel a little breeze hit my face as it's coming closer. I've also had instanced where I think I see energy or what I am assuming is energy around people and things.

I don't know what it is I am seeing or experiencing. When I had my accident, I hit my head and all this activity started to burst. I've always been "sensitive" to things, had dreams about events that would happen and such, but now it's happening a lot more and while I am awake vs. Asleep. I honestly don't think it's going away anytime soon, but I just want to know what is it that I am experience and what I can do to get this under control.

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