You are here: Real Psychic Experiences :: Astral Projection / OBE / NDE :: Vibrations When I Wake At Night?

Real Psychic Experiences

Vibrations When I Wake At Night?

 

Alright so, over the past few months I've been trying to astral project by putting myself into a sleep state. With no success I've pretty much given up for now.

But around a month ago I woke up in the night to find myself paralyzed. I had loud buzzing in my ears and I couldn't speak or move my body. I could though, 'move' my arms, they felt fast and light and I could feel the quilt as I grabbed it, yet I know I wasn't moving my physical arms... Scared to death I struggled against it until I managed to move and stop the buzzing and paralyze state.

Last night I consistently woke up, over and over. One time in particular I woke and felt heavy, when I laid still I had tingling in my arms, and again the loud buzzing in my ears. Then I woke again to have my arms paralyzed yet not my head. Therefore I felt my 'arms' moving again. As far as I recall this happened every time I woke to an extent, sometimes it was just feeling a tingling sensation.

I guess I'm just too scared to actually astral project. I wouldn't mind doing it when I attempt to do it since I'll be ready. Yet waking up to being paralyzed is too frightening to handle. Afterwards I'm always kicking myself, thinking 'why didn't I just go with it'!

Is this the state before astral projecting. And if so, why do I keep getting it now, all of a sudden when I've never experienced this before. And is what I'm feeling, that I believe to be my astral arms, actually my astral arms since I know for sure I'm not moving my physical arms.

Thanks everyone for reading.:)

Other clairvoyant experiences by AdelexXx

Medium experiences with similar titles

Comments about this clairvoyant experience

The following comments are submitted by users of this site and are not official positions by psychic-experiences.com. Please read our guidelines and the previous posts before posting. The author, AdelexXx, has the following expectation about your feedback: I will participate in the discussion and I need help with what I have experienced.

AdelexXx (5 stories) (15 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-17)
I'm glad people have started to comment on here now. It is more of a relief. I find I need to go sleep earlier to get it in the morning. Saturday morning I decided to lie there and see what happens, it started to become stronger when my cat jumped on my legs. I woke from the state immediately. 😢
Wilson, thanks for the information, you've given me some relief. I guess I just got to keep thinking positively. I also managed to get an amethyst crystal off my mum which is now under my pillow. 😊
InjuredAngelHeero and Mikayla40 thanks for your personal experiences. I now have a better understanding of what it might be like. I guess I will just have to roll with it if it happens again. 😕
mikayla40 (1 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-16)
i've had sleep paralysis for as long as I can remember. Even before I knew that what was going on was sleep paralysis. Most times, I can shake myself out if but when I do, I feel drained and my eyelids are heavy and go right back out again. So I just give in to it and try to stay calm. I know I'm not dreaming because when it happens, I can open my eyes and see sections of my home, I can't move and I use to try to and scream for help but my voice would be no more than a whimper. But my thoughts are screaming help, not again. So I began to just lay there when it happens and eventually I come back and totally wake up. I learned if I fight it, it gets worse. But lately I'm discovering it happens mostly in the day times when I may lay down for nap or something. I don't get them at night as often as I use to as a kid.
InjuredAngelHeero (4 stories) (87 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-15)
I've only been able to AP at will once, and just before I seperated from my physical body it felt as if someone (big) was sitting on my chest. It made me feel heavy and almost interfered with my breathing.
Wilson (7 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-15)
Astral projection is not dangerous many people do it. Just make sure you don't harbor negative feelings especially fear because you will attract negative spirits since fear is an energy, these negative spirits feed off fear. That is what demons also do that is why demonic forces sow hatred and fear-based events such as war to trigger fear for they feed on them. If you are spiritually strong you have nothing to fear and besides, if it is not yet time to die you will not die no matter what.
Wilson (7 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-15)
I have that too frequently it is called sleep paralysis. If you are spiritually weak and there are negative entities around you house or you always attract negative entities who are malign, you will see them and that is the reason many people die in their sleep, I use to have that and could feel malign presences when I was still in the Philippines but then when I came to U.S. My sleep paralysis became clear and clean no more negative presences. I suggest you put nearby an amethyst quartz crystal and a selenite with you when you sleep. Negative spirits are afraid of it, they cannot stand the vibrations of light from that crystals.

Dont you know that sleep paralysis is the best way to induce an OBE or Astral Projection and it is the best way to learn for beginners.

The best tip or technique I can give to you to induce an OBE is to trigger a sleep paralysis. To be able to have a sleep paralysis try sleeping very tired with your back flat on the bed. Once you are in sleep paralysis which is almost similar to OBE only that you are still in your energy body, try to float. To prevent yourself from going back to your body instantly never think of your body or any thought of going back otherwise it will be a snap and you will be pulled back.
AdelexXx (5 stories) (15 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-14)
Thanks you guys for the responses.
I've read a lot upon astral projection and understand that it can be dangerous. I've also read though that you can never be harmed and are always completely safe. 😕
I've had it continuously for the past few nights and its starting to become a struggle to break free from the paralyzed state...
For me its half term next week and I'm considering having a lay in; maybe I'll feel ready if its daylight.:/
Shenny thank you your advice has helped me consider why I'm getting these vibrations at night.
Lyro I understand your worry, yet there must be a reason my astral self wants to project so much.
😕
Jinxxx thanks I'll have to have a read. 😁
jinxxx (1 stories) (5 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-13)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_paralysis

Maybe this will help... This has been happening to me since I can remember, it also happens to my mother...
Lyro (456 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-13)
Even the astral projection sounds really cool, I strongly advise against it. Simply for the fact that it can be very dangerous. You're not trained, you have no protection, and are very vulnerable, and it may be scary but it's true. You probably won't listen to me anyways, but I would suggest trying to be very careful. Even if I don't know you too well, I don't want something bad to happen to you.
Shenny (1 stories) (5 posts)
 
8 years ago (2011-10-12)
Hi Adele, it's said that most people astral project at night but are totally unaware of it, you, on the other hand, because you've been physically trying to astral project are now doing it sub consciously in your sleep but because you're frightened you're waking up at the point of projection. Read more about astral projection, there's nothing to fear and you'll find you'll be able to project at will. Good Luck!

To publish a comment or vote, you need to be logged in (use the login form at the top of the page). If you don't have an account, sign up, it's free!

Search this site: