Okay, so not the FIRST. The first time I had it was when I was a little kid and it just scared the crap out of me.
So this morning i kept hitting snooze on my alarm, and eventually I forgot to and just dozed off. When I woke I didn’t notice anything, because I was moving around fine, so I layed on my back and closed my eyes. When I tried opening them it hit, and I realized that now my whole body was stuck, and my eyes would only open half-way with great effort. I could also rock my body slightly, and move my mouth a bit. I started to hear a sound like a train rushing past, or a deep growl, and my entire bed felt like it was rocking. With my eyes able to open slightly, I could also see that the shadow on my ceiling suddenly lit up and starting flickering, as if a train was going past a window and brief flashes of it’s lights were shining in. I noticed what was happening but I must have been still a bit asleep because my reasoning was off a bit, I for some reason figured the best way to induce a lucid dream was to keep my eyes open and try and yell “PUT ME IN A DREEEEEEAM!”. Obviously this didn’t work to well, and the yell came out more like a whispered mumble because of the limited mouth movement. Throughout the whole thing I never felt a presence though, and the whole ordeal was actually quite fun I thought, and would like it to happen again so I can experience something new.
I ended it (again, reasoning off haha) by quickly trying to jolt my head to the side, at which point it felt like I was ripping myself from glue or constraints, very strange.
What bugged me though was I think the auditory hallucinations continued. I laid in bed for a few more minutes as what sounded like the bed in another room was being violently jumped on and ruined, and I figured my parents were home. And I mean, this was loud and extremely clear, a very vivid sound (The sound is the clearest memory of this morning, whereas the paralysis is remembered more like a dream oddly enough.) Upon leaving my bed however the sounds instantly stopped, and all that was in the other room was my dog, who clearly had heard nothing wierd. The rest of the morning I kept hearing strange noises, and was oddly frightened of entering my room or the hall connecting to it. But I assume that just to be my brain naturally responding to something freakly lol.
So, anyone have any interesting stories of sleep paralysis, or enjoyable moments?