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What Am I?

 

First of all I want to get something straight.

Yes, I am a huge Twilight fan. No I am not making this up. My story consists of stuff that is similar to Jacob in New Moon. Don't even think about posting a comment on how I'm too in love with Twilight. I will put you through heck. Anyway, on with the story.

So I'm at my school dance. There's this one girl, (we're friends!), and I see her with her boyfriend, the two of them just sitting together. Her boyfriend's name is Larry, by the way. Anyway, when I look at Larry, I suddenly get this white hot burst of some emotion (and I'm not sure if it's anger) and start running at the wall. I hit the wall with my fists, turn around, and sink to the floor in the corner. Everybody was too busy dancing to notice, so no trouble there. I feel like crying. Here comes the New Moon part. (lol)

I'm just sitting there, and all of the sudden, I start to shake. I'm not talking about a cold chill. I'm talking full on shaking really freakin' hard. It starts at my head, then quickly moves down my chest, and then to my feet. I sprint as fast as I can to the bathroom. When I get there, I'm still shaking. But it slows down, and then finally stops.

All I have to say is... What in the living crap just happened!?

If anyone knows what just happened, PLEASE help.

And once again, no snide comments. It ticks me off. Real bad.

Please help.

Leave comments or email me at ilivjekdgl (@) hotmail.com.

Thanks,

Nathan

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jakeandleon (10 stories) (35 posts)
 
8 years ago (2013-03-16)
Hahahaha, I remember when I wrote this. I was twelve, I'm fourteen now. I apologize to Ruth, I was doing expressly too much heroin at the time, and that was what caused my nerves to react in an odd way at the dance.
mymystery1353 (7 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-12-10)
😨 wow that kind of thing happens when I dream...creepy... 😕 any way srry I can't help much... 😁
Kahlyn (4 stories) (311 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-06-06)
The Eyes are the Gateway to the soul. A person can read emotion by looking at the expression of another. When a person adverts their eyes it is a signal dishonesty.
MSR (1 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-06-06)
I'd like to help you out here, but I haven't been very well in touch with my emotions for several years, so I'm not sure what to say. I do think AnneV raises a pretty good point though.

The shaking thing reminds me of my younger sister who sometimes has moments wherein she sort of blacks out, falls over, and shakes violently for a second or three. I used to think these were split-second seizures (which they could be), but recent happenings have made us think she may be elecrokinetic, so these occassional spasms of hers may be caused be electrical buildup in her psyche. Also worth notice is that when her anger runs high she's more prone to going through one of these episodes, or at the very least she'll twitch sporadically and be mostly unaware of it. A couple weeks ago she slammed (and I do mean SLAMMED) her head into a window while twitching and didn't even notice it. My point is, it could be something similar to what you went through.

I don't realy know about your eyes, though it reminded me of a time I closed my eyes and felt an odd sensation. I felt like they were changing and could swear I saw this little light that sort of spiraled around. For some reason, it made me think about cats. I looked in a mirror, but nothing seemed any different, so I don't know what that was about at all.

Hopefully this helps somehow, though I doubt it does.
Kiokure (3 stories) (37 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-05-15)
I agree with Amyoung. When people are overly angry about something, the shake so hard because of thier anger. It may just have been your emotions running high, but it also may be an odd paranormal experiance. I'm not sure^_^
Best of luck-Kio
Amyoung (guest)
 
11 years ago (2010-05-04)
Hi Nate I'm Angela,

Im one of Brookes close friends, and that was really weird... Like wow. I think it might have been a bunch of emotions thaat are running throught your body, mabee you think Larry isn't the right guy for herr?

Or it could be a experiance I haven't read about yet! =] I hope Brooke helped you (me too! Haha)

-Angela Marie
brooke_wortham (guest)
 
11 years ago (2010-05-04)
Hi Nathan.

I'm Brooke and I think that I might know what your shaking is about. It might be your body's way of dealing with the amount of energy you were feeling at that moment. I know that when ever I feel a whole bunch of energy, my body goes into fear mode. My heart beats faster and my breathing shallows.

I can also control the wind. I was wondering when you began to notice that you were able to control the wind.:)

Hope this helps!:)

Brooke ❤
TwiGirlRara (7 stories) (46 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-04-05)
That's really interesting, I'm not really sure what to make of it. Btw, I'm also a huge Twilight fan:)
I know that once when I got really angry I felt something like Jacob when he's about to transform, I actually used to feel like a werewolf a lot. Ik this sounds crazy, but it's true. Also, even though this doesn't hold true for Twilight, whenever I touched silver it would really itch and leave a mark. I began taking quizzes, for example to figure out what type or color wolf I would be. Nearly every one said that I was a white wolf and pack leader. That's when white things began to stand out: I had like 5 carnations and they all were wilted except for the white. I have a lot of attributes that are associated with wolves as well: protective, loving, hot-tempered, confident, strong, clever, etc.
I hope I don't sound crazy to you, but maybe you'll understand:)
Ruth (4 stories) (156 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-04-05)
Honestly your immaturity says quite a lot about you. Maybe you should grow up a little then you might tell us something that is in fact real.

Just saw your photo - funny... No offence

Best of luck 🤔
jakeandleon (10 stories) (35 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-04-03)
Ok (hahahahahaha!) I just re-read your comment ruth.

At the very end you said this:

Ruth - medium clairvoyant over 4 years ❤

That's funny, no offense.

Just for kicks...

Thanks,
Nathan,
A human since '97.
jakeandleon (10 stories) (35 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-04-03)
Im o so sorry ruth. I tried not to get too po'd when I saw that cute comment you posted about me trying to get a grip on reality. I've got one heck of a grip on reality right now and you can't even begin to imagine what it felt like when that happened.

Here's a new scenario for ya.

You just saw some get murdered, went skydiving, got hit by a train, and screamed until you passed out in the same second. All that still can't compare what happened to me. That wasn't something natural or hormonal or anything.

I want to know what actually happened. Oh yeah, back to my "grip on reality". I've seen comments similar to that posted on here before, and I think they're just a waste of words.

I might not have been on this site for very long, but I know that it's supposed to help people with their psychic experiences.

Telling them they need to get a better grip on reality doesn't help them. It just makes them ticked off.

And one other thing. At the very beginning of my story, I specifically mentioned something like I did not want any comments about how I was too obsessed with Twilight.

Your 'helpful' comment fits into that category.

I do not need medical help. Where do you come off with saying that!? I am a kid!

And I didn't compare myself with a fictional movie. The whole reason I put that first part up was because I didn't want anyone saying anything about Twilight.

And then you just have to say something about Twilight, "a fictional movie".

As for Annev, thanks. Your comment was considerably more helpful than "You have to get a grip on your reality".

If you can actually HELP than please do. Ruth, I do not mean any disrespect and never originally intended to, I was just saying that it doesn't help when you post stuff like that.

Thanks,
Nathan.
Ruth (4 stories) (156 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-04-02)
You need to seek medical help my friend. You simply cannot compare yourself with a fictional movie. You have to get a grip on your reality. It seems you are looking for excuses for your behavior and your not at all interested in hearing (from anyone) the real truth otherwise you will release "heck".
The sooner you realize yourself, what is really going on the sooner you will be on that road of recovery.
Best of luck my friend
Ruth - medium clairvoyant over 4 years ❤
AnneV (4 stories) (1056 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-31)
As unromantic as this sounds about humans, we are mostly made up of chemicals. And if those chemicals get altered whether naturally or artificially, we "change". This is why I tell people to learn not to believe that they are their emotions (rage, hate, envy, fear, lust, etc.).

I see people almost on a weekly basis going nuts in some way. Most of that is chemically induced by the brain and the body reacts. Eyes don't turn to steel but they can "feel" that way. People, if induced with chemicals can lift cars, endure enormous amounts of pain, stop bleeding, and so on. We're truly amazing beings but again, it's 95% chemical in nature.

You're young and full of raging chemicals. My husband used to call that period in his life "testosterone poisoning" because of how it made him feel and act. Sometimes he still acts that way but don't tell him I said so;)

You're okay! Just keep a handle on it and not let it control you. You are the master, not your chemicals or your emotions.

Anne
jakeandleon (10 stories) (35 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-31)
Actually and truthfully, I can never remember a time when I was this... I don't know, mad? It was something beyond pain or fury or anything physical. It felt like I was being dipped in the Arctic Ocean and burning in a furnace at the same time. It was a piercing, scary feeling.
And one other thing I forgot to mention was that as I was running for the bathroom, I felt my eyes change. Not like I mentioned before in my other story, but different. The way I can best describe it is it felt like my eyes turned into liquid steel. And that happened after the dance several times.
AnneV (4 stories) (1056 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-31)
You're going to get a lot of different answers as to what you are based on people's past and their own realities. Our projections and opinions are all ego and historic based, but with that aside, I'll give you my opinion.

This is more psychological than anything supernatural or paranormal. You're a young man who, whether he admits it or not, is reacting to the female at the dance (friend or not). You probably have something in your history with either control or girls that you've suppressed and this just "came out". You may even be emotionally attached to her and your gut reaction (good old instinct) is to the boyfriend. Body follows mind, even when the mind is confused. You reacted physically to something in your mind, now you just have to figure out where in your mental layers this residual stuff exists. Guys can say they are friends with a girl, but hormones don't always agree, you know? Re-visit your emotional tie with her.
You know why a lot of people get sick? It's because they've ignored what's going on in the mind (or suppressed it altogether) and the body becomes "dis-eased-- diseased". It's especially difficult for men because society doesn't condone inner reflection.

None of us know you here. We cannot look at your past, your parents or your experiences to help find out what you've got going on inside but at least this may give you food for thought.

Anne

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