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Do you have any recurring hallucinations?

Are there any particular sleep paralysis/hallucinations that you find you have constantly?

  1. Yes

    1. Hi . Have you found ways to cope? Thinking of you and wishing you the best. - Lori (Team Member)

  2. Yes

    1. Which ones? Take care, Iris (Team member)

  3. Not as far as I can tell.

    1. Yeah it's so strange isn't it! I have also had the archetype of the 'old hag', in fact it was so common to have these that sleep paralysis hallucinations were traditionally actually called 'old hag' or 'deamon on your chest'. It's very strange and creepy indeed! Mine too, much more around real things more recently as well! Wow, yeah I remember you telling me about that, it sounds so scary and because its more a real life thing it's harder to know that it's a hallucination! I still get really confused by the audio ones! I haven't had one exactly like that with an earthquake but I have ones where I hear things in the distance like someone breaking into my house or loud music, fireworks and I get ones where theres something in my bed. Sometimes a person, the other day it was a cat cuddling me which was not bad for once lol! (I don't have a cat and no one in my house does so was deffo a hallucination!) I still get supernatural ones sometimes though. Had some mischievous fae (like a supernatural creature) in my room that led to a dream of them transporting me off to their fae realm and tricking me in some way a while back lol! Makes you wonder whether these kind of hallucinations inspired mythology. You too, it's so interesting to hear what other people hallucinate!
      Best Wishes, Lauren xxx

      1. I see things that I know are not real, but I definitely see them. One recurring one. Occasionally a really scary one. Most just benign. @

      2. Hi . Have you found any ways of coping with the scary ones? Are you able to tell yourself that it's not real? Gentle hugs. - Lori (Team Member)

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