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I want them to stop

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I want them to stop

Postby Stacey! » Wed Oct 08, 2008 1:18 pm

Ever since i was 10 i have suffered from really extreme sleep paralysis.
Before that it was just nightmares.

Sometimes i don't have them for weeks.
Other times it's 3/4 times a night.

It always starts that i wake up in the middle of the night, pitch black.
I can sense that he is in the room then suddenly he jumps on me with his knees pinning me down and he chokes me with his hands.
I try to move and scream but nothing.
Only thing i can move is my eyes, he chokes me so violently that my eyes feel like they are popping out.
Eventually when i feel i'm about to die i wake up.
I normally wake up with pulled muscles and a sore throat.
The man is usually a silhouette but i could describe his features perfectly.
Although he does not resemble anyone in my life.
I keep fearing it is a repressed memory, or something.

But last night was different, he was there standing over my friends which really scared me.
I tried to run away but couldn't but a woman ran towards me and started chocking me instead.
She eventually stopped and i asked why she tried to kill me.
She replied "I'd already shot you three times, i was just making sure"
The i suddenly realised i was a ghost and woke up.
It felt as real as the others just more terrifying that my friends where involved.

I have never looked into medical help for the fear I'm crazy.

Re: I want them to stop

Postby angel » Fri Oct 10, 2008 2:38 am

Ask God to guide your sleep and keep all evil from your thougths.Also ask your worrior angels to guard you at all times. In Jesus Name!! It will work! believing it(Faith)I know ,I was tormented to. Not any more!!! :rarara:

Re: I want them to stop

Postby tfoster2 » Sat Oct 11, 2008 10:34 pm

I agree with Angel, This sounds like spiritual oppression. Personal question are you saved? Have you invited Jesus into your life? Get you a book called the Believer's Authority by Kenneth Hagin and read it and apply it to your life. Or if you have a Bible read all of Ephesians and it tells you what to do. Kenneths Hagins book is very instructional on spiritual authority and warfare. Joyce Meyer has a book called Battlefield of the Mind. These books will break it down for you and teach you how to be free from this. I will pray that they eyes of your understanding be enlightened and that God would give you wisdom to conquer this. Get one of these books or read Ephesians. If you need prayer help call Joyce Meyers Ministries or Creflo Dollar Ministries both of these are soundly rooted in the word of God they will have a prayer partner to help you.

Re: I want them to stop

Postby Yoshiko Mi » Sat Oct 11, 2008 10:54 pm

To angel and tfoster2; Religion is not the anwser to everything. I don't mean to offend you, but for some people it's just not the way. I don't think being 'saved' has anything to do with nightmares about being murdered or being a ghost. It has to do more with psychological matters.
Yoshiko Mi

Re: I want them to stop

Postby Vivid Memories » Sun Oct 12, 2008 4:42 am

Face him.

You can have a dream, steared your way.
Think about facing your killer. Face your fear. Look him in the eyes.

Once you do this, he will fade, and become nothing more than a fragment of a dream you once had. Keep facing him, and he will cease to scare you.
Vivid Memories

Re: I want them to stop

Postby Pattigrl33 » Wed Oct 15, 2008 12:18 pm

I have actually been plagued by the same type of dream that you have had. My first experience with it was around the time I was 16. I woke up to find someone sitting on me strangling me. I couldn't move or talk. I would open my mouth to scream and nothing would come out. I know that it was a man, just not what he looked like so much (as the years have gone on his face has become more clear). I have never met anyone that resembles him. A couple of times I dreamt that he threw me across my bedroom and when I came out of it...I was laying on the floor on the opposite side of the room with bruises. I honestly thought I was being haunted by something. I still don't understand it. The last time I had it was a few months ago and after gathering up some strength I actually pushed him off me and I sat up. There he was, blonde hair, very dark empty eyes with an evil grin. He just laughed at me and then in front of me disappeared. I was sure I was awake. Now I don't know what I believe. Let me know what you can make out the next time.

Re: I want them to stop

Postby teffie_01 » Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:38 am

I also agree on the statement that religion isnt a cure for this, not unless you believe 100% unwaveringly in it. Nonetheless, i might recommend- depending on your own individual beliefs- to look into invocing some sort of protection, im a wiccan believer myself, and would look into buying myself some crystals and trying some herbs and crystals to aid in protecting me as i slept. You never know, just see if it works, you'd be surprised. Its not too difficult either, and crystal therapy isnt coloured by a particular religion in any way.

This experience sounds terrifying, and i actually agree with a statement made above- you need to try to take control of your dream, take control of yourself and face this demon.

Dont hesitate to look into help- I had a sleeping disorder as a young[er] child, where i had severe seperation anxieties, panic attacks and the likes, and these nighttime terrors were as real to me as anything else. Dont fear there's something wrong with you, because everyone needs a helping hand sometimes. And overcoming a fear, or even some sort of demon [even in a dream] will be difficult, but a really big weight off your chest. Seek out the help of a councilor or psychologist, because theyre trained to deal with these things. Dream terrors arent a mental illness, and you wont be sent to hospital or an assylum, trust me, they have seen and heard worse. Please do not let your fear of admitting a problem to a doctor, or a fear of being labelled 'insane' stop you overcoming this problem and continue living in pain and fear of falling asleep.

good luck!!

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