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Sleep Paralysis And An Evil Voices


I'm a 29 year old guy and I've been having lucid dreams for about five years, irregularly, I have no method of getting them really but it generally happens if I've woken up early and drop off back to sleep. Some research I have done has made sense about the various stages of sleep. These dreams started happening at the end of a bad relationship when I was stressed out a lot and started off with simple things like sitting in my living room and realizing I was dreaming and then trying to make things happen and wakening up.

Initially, I found it hard to stay in the dream but as I experienced more, I was able to stay in them longer and quite often can stay in them for a while. Until I found this site and started reading, I've not done much more than discuss with friends who have not had the same experiences - because something that happened recently has really frightened me.

I'll talk about a couple of good / strange experiences I've had when in this dream state first, because it's always good to hear from people who have had similar. Once I wanted to know what it felt like to die, as I knew I was dreaming, I shot myself in the head, there was no real sensation of pain or anything, just tingling and I felt like my body was moving and I ended up in a room with an elderly lady and I was quizzing her on the meaning of life etc... She was responding in riddles, it seemed to make sense at the time but upon awakening I had forgotten a lot of what was said and it made no sense to me anyway. Aside from that I wouldn't say any of the experiences have been deeply meaningful, just exploring manipulating the dream state.

However, a few weeks ago, I drifted into a lucid dream state and I started to hear a distorted buzzing noise in my ears and I felt tingly, then I got a sensation like some part of my being was being pulled out of my body, violently. I could make out a voice saying, "This is your evil side". I tried to wake myself up but was paralyzed and listening to this voice repeat that statement another twice before I was able to wake myself up.

In the past 2 years I've had the sensation of being pulled of my body violently when dreaming, sometimes from a lucid state and at other times, just from a light sleep, but as soon as this starts happening I get frightened and try and wake myself. I was trying to fight the urge to wake myself up until the experience with the voice a few weeks ago. Do you think that it is safe and I should pursue trying to fight the urge to wake up when I start to feel like I am leaving my body?

I'm interested in hearing from anyone who has had a similar account.

Thanks for reading my story.


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DreamWalker913 (2 posts)
11 years ago (2013-05-07)
I have had lucid dreaming since I was about 11. My anxiety disorder started happening around then. Lately, my dreams have been disturbing. I have so far been able to inspect the places that I am in, smell the places I am at and I am aware that I am not awake. Yet, last night, I had a dream that my body was contorting and that I was laying in my bed next to my husband and something was whispering in my ear. It told me to scratch him... Only I really did scratch him. He scared me awake when he yelled out in life. I turned over after apologizing and I heard clearly in the ear that was on the pillow one word. I hesitate to say it because I'm graduating with my bachelors in psychology... And I know it sounds crazy. It was a male voice... Does this sound like your experiences at all with dreams and waking? I've been off center about it all day.
Winter-Solitude (1 posts)
12 years ago (2012-12-06)
Talking about vibrational sound, does anyone know how come we hear it during O.B.E?

Based on my experiences, lucid dreaming are mostly happy as I could control what I want to do or say in the dream (but before entering lucid dream, I hear the vibrational sound too-quite faint, not so scary).

And for O.B.E, it's scary. Non-stop vibrational sound, people talking/chanting, and one week ago I even heard baby crying! I woke up feeling scared like hell and I had to turn on all the lights in my apartment to sleep again that night.
Prayer (1 posts)
12 years ago (2012-04-24)
Please read and comment.

I woke up from a nightmare about an hour ago. I was actually awake as the nightmare was happening. I felt something fly in through my bedroom window and then I heard a very deep and sinister voice speaking while it was standing over my bed. I tried to shake the voice but its grip was strong and it took me about 10 seconds. I was absolutely terrified. The voice was so scary sounding and because of my fear overcoming me, I'm unsure of what was said. I went to bed happy and feeling good, so it makes no sense to me.

Also, about 9 years ago, I was living with my grandmother and I was sleeping in my bedroom when I awoke to extreme pain throughout my body. It was so bad that I was violently shaking and I couldn't control it. I lost all control over myself as I laid there thrashing around. This lasted for well over an hour. It was almost if like a demon was being exorcised from me, but I know that isn't what happened obviously considering I was alone in my room. I just don't know. I'm a good person and I try to live a good life and think positive, but I'm starting to get scared. Any comments or help on this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Rashidah (guest)
14 years ago (2010-10-12)
These sensations like the vibrational sounds and even vibrational feelings are normal during O.B.E.

After awhile you all will get use to these sensations.
Thebigm (8 stories) (32 posts)
14 years ago (2010-10-12)
Kyvixen - All I've found out about this I've posted on here.

Mine was a strange sensation, I had fallen asleep upright on the bed and went into a lucid state where I was looking around the room but perfectly aware I was dreaming and then after a few seconds of this realisation, I started to feel a vibration, a buzzing then the distorted noise accompanied the buzzing, telling me it was my evil side that was speaking.

All I can go in is what I've read on this site and I'm going to try to stay calm next time the vibration stage kicks in, because I'm almost certain it has been the start of an astral projection.

Lucid Dreaming and Astral Projection seem closely linked to me. At the moment, it seems to me that I'm lucid dreaming, because I'm not aware I can control where I can go, only what I can do in the current place where I realise I'm dreaming.
Thebigm (8 stories) (32 posts)
14 years ago (2010-10-12)
I read your last story there, thanks for pointing this out.

It looks like I just have to find a way of overcoming the fear of that one experience where I heard voices and learn to relax.

Also there is a lot of descriptive material on this site that almost directly describes the feelings I have experienced when I've started to freak out and force myself to wake up. The stage I get to when I try and force my eyes to open is almost certainly the 'vibrational' stage as it does sound like a buzzing noise in my ears.
Rashidah (guest)
14 years ago (2010-10-11)
During sleep paralyses try to relax and stay calm. Read my last experience I wrote about fear being a factor of hindering that process.

Nothing cannot harm you unless you actually believe that it can harm you.
kyvixen (1 stories) (2 posts)
14 years ago (2010-10-11)
i have actually had dream paralasis too. And heard a loud voice chanting in my ears while (I was dreaming) my bed hovered in the air. When I actually got this dream to let go of me I ran out of my room and I was VERY scared to say the least. What did you find out about this?
Thebigm (8 stories) (32 posts)
14 years ago (2010-10-11)
Hi and thanks for the responses so far and also the links very helpful and much appreciated.

I should have also pointed out that when I shot myself in my dream, I was doing so in the awareness that I was in a lucid dream state and wanted to see if I could experience death without actually dieing as in my mind there would/could be no repercussions and that this may help me understand life. That's possibly down to my own naivety. Although I have never seriously contemplated suicide I am very prone to negative thoughts, feelings of disillusionment and I've been trying to meditate and work on myself.

I'll be honest and say that a lot of the metaphysical experiences you are describing are over my head, I've only been meditating (very infrequently) in over a year since I started listening to some Ram Dass audio books and it's really changed my perspective on life and I've started reading a lot more about and trying to practice various forms of meditation.

So the feeling of being pulled of your body, which to me is very physically discomforting and feels scary, should I try and fight the urge to wake up and instead relax and go with it? Currently the natural reaction is to try and open my eyes which I can't do straight away and then panic sets in, I've really got to concentrate hard and strain hard to be able to open my eyes. If I am able to just relax through this experience, what could I expect to experience next?

Thanks again.
NaturalScience (229 posts)
14 years ago (2010-10-11)
I too think the old lady was a Wise Woman, if not even much more, for the Goddess Herself, the Soul of Earth, can appear to some as a wise grandma, to others as a dangerous, vampy beauty of a woman, and to others again as the very young, pure Virgin we all know as Mary. I think you've been quizzing her not just about suicide but about a lot of other things - and that you forgot the results because something inside of you, your wise Subconscious, has decided the answers to be "too advanced for you" as you are in state of normal consciousness. Which can be quite different in the future. I once met with Guru Haidakhan Babaji in a dream and he asked me some questions to reflect on in order to guide me, but when I woke I had forgotten those questions, all of them. I did not remember them by now, though it would have been very interesting. You, do try to remember what she told you. When you dream lucidly again try to recall, or to call that old lady for another talk. Perhaps you succeed in what I failed in - in this case you surely need that knowledge in real life. If I had needed the dream contents I have forgotten, it would have returned to me, by some way or another.
Rashidah (guest)
14 years ago (2010-10-11)
You are having O.B.E.
The lucid dreaming is actually real in this instance since it is connected with O.B.E.

The old lady is a wise woman who was trying to counsel you about killing yourself. Do some meditation, it helps in remembering forgotten experiences.
Please refer to my story;

The evil voice was an entity that was feeding off your energies, which are negative. You attract what you are. This means, if you dwell on negative thoughts, negative beings you will surely attract.
Please try focusing on stuff that will lift your vibrational energies. I will give you some links to my blog on energies.



If you have any further questions you can email me. It is on my profile ❤

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