A close friend of mine is having an acute case of dream paralysis. She has tried different therapies but none seemed to work. Recently she has started seeing strange men dressed in all blue each time she has the dream paralysis. Sometimes she would see one come sit by her bedside and stare into her with cold deep eyes.The person would stare and immediately the person goes she would regain herself from the paralysis. According to her they have not hurt her in any of these occasions, but she could not associate having anything with those people. I don’t know if anyone has any ideas what could be done?
improve your sleeping posture and change the last things you do and think about before you go to sleep and more importantly, see a therapist
I saw previous answers and I see people are mixing it up.sleep paralysis is different from dream paralysis but both is a similar phenomenon.Sleep paralysis occurs when a person is temporarily unable to move or speak while falling asleep or waking up while dream paralysis is a situation whereby a person is temporarily unable to move or speak while dreaming. Let me give a scenario, assuming you have a weird dream like a snake wanting to attack you not knowing you are dreaming your body will immediately respond by waking up but when drenched in dream paralysis such a person won’t be able to react. The advice I will give it that you meet up with a therapist. Thanks
I know this question is several years old, but it is still valid and still on the lips of many people out there.
I have written a post that might help anyone having a challenge with sleep paralysis.
It’s quite a dynamic stuff. I would advise she goes for counselling. Possibly she might have some connection with some people or something of that sort.
I used to have sleep paralysis back then in college. It was a complex case. In my case i was experiencing Succubus attack. I always saw this strange girl in my room almost every morning. I would suddenly lose all power to do anything. I would just be aware of her presence, but no power to do anything. I would not be able to describe the horror i passed through. But after college and i moved from that city the thing ceased.
I would advise relocation if possible, and counselling.