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Soul Sucking, A Test, Death?


I have no idea if this is an entity or I'm just going crazy and it doesn't happen very often at all, but when it does I wake up in the middle of the night as though something purposely woke me up for this. After I am woken up I usually take a drink and lay back down or adjust slightly, but then the second my head hits the pillow I feel like oxygen is just blowing through my lungs and back out but not actually absorbing into them, my heart feels like its floating and fluttering with half beats but not completing the beat, and every sound is so loud it sounds like real and hurts my head and ears.

Also, sometimes this begins to happen mid-dream, completely destroying my dream, making it twice as hard to fight as I am already weakened by being fully asleep. During this struggle (when it happens mid-dream) and since I was little, this dream has been pitch black with blurry police lights flashing, Like I am blindfolded but can vaguely see the lights (Almost as though I'm dead but can see the lights through my eyelids). I feel my eyes being pulled shut and it feels as though my soul is being pulled through the bed. My eyes don't shut all the way and it feels like my sub-conscious is fighting that bit for me but it takes every ounce of mental stamina that I have to keep them from shutting completely as well as to try and move.

While I am struggling to keep my eyes open it feels like something is pulling at my soul harder and harder until I can finally muster enough strength to move a muscle. That seems to break the hold for a few seconds but I am too drained to move anymore after. As though it senses this it will sometimes go for round two and apparently three like last night but it feels as though whatever is doing this is weaker as well. During all of this I feel pure terror, its literally the most afraid I have ever been.

Last night was the first time I have had to fight it 3 times in a row and I fear its getting worse and desperate as well as stronger. Desperate and stronger being that its getting more frequent (2nd time this month, usually may only happen once a year maybe twice) and it tried a third time last night.

I am scared beyond belief of what will happen if one of these times I don't have the mental strength to fight anymore or if all of a sudden my sub-conscious can't hold my eyes open any longer. It feels as though if my eyes shut, its game over. I don't know if this is to fear an entity trying to steal my soul, if it is a test of willpower from a bored soul, if I should let myself fall into this to see what lies ahead, Or if this death like how people die in their sleep. What I do know is it finally scared the hell out of me enough to seek help.

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Doublemint (3 stories) (261 posts)
12 years ago (2011-01-06)
Your category states that you have visions, trances and altered states. These abilities can also pierce through our dreams. This feels like a psychic dream/obe were you witnessed a bad situation unfolding and because it was so intense this feeling you literally are fighting with yourself to wakeup which then causes you to have a panic attack. The other issue is the third eye, opening and closing > clash of the titans < one side of you wants third eye open the other closed. In regards to spirits they can come through our dreams to show us their death but they cannot steal your soul. Have you tried listening to soft music during sleep this may stop the dream from reoccurring.

bloodredrose (11 stories) (162 posts)
12 years ago (2011-01-06)
a doctor sound fine. If, considering, you need something else then let's think about a dreamcatcher.
Dreamcatchers are suppose to catch bad dreams, entities, and possible threats for sleep. They are there to keep your mind at peace. Amethyst is a type of crystal that's also suppose to keep your mind clear and help with dreams. You can either get these or medicine from the doctors. But I really recommend a dreamcatcher. If things get worse, then the amethyst crystal at your bedside (could be a type of jewelry). That's the best I can do.
AnandaHya (guest)
12 years ago (2011-01-05)
the sleep study sounds like a good idea, or even a checkup from a medical doctor to have your lungs scanned for any physical problems which might result in your lack of oxygen intake.

When I was younger I used to be terrified of going to sleep because I would always dream of demons trying to kill me. I've woken up in the hospital a few times because my mom told me that I would just stop breathing in the middle of the night. I was diagnosed with pneumonia and have chronic asthma, but I hate taking medications. So instead I learned some deep breathing and meditation techniques to calm myself and prevent the onset of asthma attacks.

When I go to sleep I pray and I envision myself with sheilds and a spirit sword. I test all spirits and if they are from God the sword does not harm them. If they are not, they run away before the sword is ever swung most nights.

So my suggestion is two fold: go see a medical doctor and pray for protection.
MoonStryke (guest)
12 years ago (2011-01-05)
It's always a possibility that one test may not be conclusive. However, it's not uncommon to have more than one sleep disorder. My mother for example has three separate sleep disorders, all interelated. It took a couple of sleep studies before her doctor caught em all. What I'm trying to say is, even if the fear inducing event doesn't happen during the study, some other symptoms may show up that could point the doctor in the right direction.
What you describe sounds to me at least like night terrors. A prescription for a mild anti-anxiety medicine might be all it takes to get this under control. Tell your doctor what's going on. He may recognize the symptoms as belonging to a specific disorder, and a sleep study may not even be necessary. ❤
ChaosLegion117 (1 stories) (1 posts)
12 years ago (2011-01-05)
[at] taffyinky

At times, whether I am at my own house or here at my girlfriends, I do get a feeling that something is RIGHT behind me especially when going up stairs at my house at night. Lots of people get that though and I just cast it off as a sort of remnants of the childhood "scared of the dark" fear. Though, as I was writing about my experience, the entire time I was experiencing major inner body shivers and goosebumps. If it is indeed an entity, why does it attack so rarely?

[at] MoonStryke

Yes I have considered going for a sleep study as my girlfriend mentioned it to me. Only thing is that this occurs so rarely and I get no signs of when it will happen either. Wouldn't the results just say I'm completely fine?
taffyinky (4 stories) (108 posts)
12 years ago (2011-01-05)
Do you ever feel as if you are being watched by something even though there is no one around you? If so, then you can be facing an entity. If you can feel the energy try to sense if it means harm or if it is there to protect you. A way to get rid of an unwanted entity is that you have to command it to go away without fear. Command it to leave you and that this is your house and that it should be there or along those lines. Try to get rid of your fear of this. The fear that you feel is what gives them strength to fight us. You might also be able to make your will stronger than that of what is fighting you. I don't know if that will work because I haven't tried it and I just thought of it.

Find something to live for and live by it.
MoonStryke (guest)
12 years ago (2011-01-05)
Have you ever talked to a doctor about scheduling a sleep study just to rule out a sleep disorder? There are hundreds of sleep disorders, you may well be experiencing one. Medical help could be a valid option.
In the meantime, try to relax and clear your mind before sleep. Getting into as relaxed a state as possible may help keep these events to a minimum.
I'm serious about the sleep study by the way. If for no other reason get it done so that the next person to suggest a sleep disorder you can say you've had that checked out.

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