This took place in Michigan in the years between 1988-1990. I was laying in my bed, in my bedroom one early morning. I like to wake up and just lay there in bed for a few minutes, before I had to get ready for work. As I laid in bed, I seen myself get up. I walked to the door and the door opened. I went down the hallway to the bathroom. I entered the bathroom and left the door open. On the way to the bathroom I seen all the pictures on the hallway walls, and the picture of the fish hanging on the wall in the bathroom.
Stayed in the bathroom for a few minutes. As I walked pass the mirror I didn't see myself in it and did kind of wonder why. I went into the kitchen and open the door to the fridge, took out the milk and a glass. Poured the milk into a glass. Not sure what I did with the glass of milk. I looked at the flowers in the living room and smelled them.
I walked down the hallway to my bedroom, and paused before going back into my bedroom. I walked over to my bed and sat down on a figure in bed, like where my hips would be. And I laid back down into my body.
At the time I did this, I could not move. At first I was not frighten as in my mind I just got up and did all these things, not thinking anything else of it. Finally I wiggled my toes and my fingers moved and I looked at the clock. Upon getting up I could smell the fragrance of the flowers.
I got up and wondered why I had to urinate so quickly, I just got up and went to the bathroom. Yet I had to in a hurry. Went to the bathroom and when I passed the mirror I seen myself in it. I then went to the kitchen to pour another glass of milk.
It wasn't until I was on my way to work, then it dawned on me something happen in my bedroom, that it wasn't actually my body that got up, but a part of my body that got up and did the routine things I did every day. Then I had to pull off the road and get my heart back to normal.
I was frighten when, I realized this had happen. And when I looked back on it most of the day at work, no wonder I could not see myself as I passed the mirror. There was no shadow to see, it was not me in solid form at least. It looked like me, was me and when I went back into me, I felt heavy on my upper legs and hips area for a few seconds. It was just really a strange, phenomenon that day.