I am almost 16 years old and ever since I was little I have believed in spirits (even now while still having the biggest fear of the dark). Though I have never actually had something come to me that I was actually terrified of. Let's start with last weekend. I was in bed sleeping. Now, every night I randomly wake up between 4:15 and 4:30 for no apparent reason.
So last weekend I woke up at the normal 4:25 but this time it was from a dream. I had a dream that my dog (that died 5 years ago) was at my house (that I live in now) and my ma said "the kittens need to go out on the porch and the dog needs to be fed" so I went outside and hit my legs with my hands calling my dogs name. He ran to me as if to play, all of a sudden he jumps on top of me, ripping my stomach to pieces.
I woke up screaming. Ran to my ma's room. While sitting on her bed, I felt an evil presence believed not to be related to my dream. This evil presence was following me. For I could not see it, I just knew it was there. Finally I fell back asleep on the couch. A couple days later I was laying in bed (all lights off) watching a movie.
Suddenly my bed shook (for about 10 seconds) as if someone were trying to shake me off of it. I was so terrified I decided to lie still to hopefully keep it away. My bed shook once more so I went downstairs and slept with my ma.
The next day my boyfriend put a pyrite rock on my back and told me to clear my mind and let everything (bad) go. I did just as he said and felt better already. Then just yesterday I went to his church with him (A Spark of Divinity) and was told I'm able to receive messages but I'm just not letting them through. I was told to open up and just listen.
Last night my bed shook again. I turned around and said aloud, "What are you here for?" My bed then stopped shaking for the rest of the night and I received nothing more to hint me to any messages.
I'm not sure how to do things like this. But I fell the need to help if that's what I'm supposed to be doing. Am I doing something wrong? Comments and advice is appreciated more than greatly. Thank you for your time.