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Maybe you guys could help me?
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I've talked about this before, being my second post on this website, but I've always been curious or not on if the creature I saw during my sleep paralysis was a demon or a ghost.

I've talked with my mom about it and she's seen the same entity multiple times, but it always seems to observe us, more then anything.  It's about 5'3 maybe in height, wears what looks to be like a long white scrub, that CNA workers wear, and dirty blonde hair, that's long.  It does not really have any recognizable facial features, except it's eyes seem a little bigger then normal eyes.  At least that is what my mom told me.  

When I first saw it, It was during a sleep paralysis episode I had, and I told it to leave and caught it's attention, and ever since then, I've always felt like I've been being watched.   I'll sometimes see a white blur in the corner of my eyes, or feel something walking behind me at times, and when I turn around, just nothing.  

I don't know if I'd go as far as to say it's a demon, because my mom has been experiencing this for years, and the we've never felt anything malevolent in this house, and I guess I'm starting to finally notice it too.   

What does it sound like to you guys?  A ghost or a demonic entity?  Either way, I am thinking about having a priest come.
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I’m certainly no expert, but I believe the general idea is that the creatures someone sees during sleep paralysis are generally some sort of ‘energy vampire’ or a figment of your imagination.
 
I actually have a young friend who suffers from sleep paralysis and also takes medication for a certain disorder, so there could be a link… either to her disorder or the medication.  If you and/or your mother fit that description, it would be a perfectly logical explanation.

Psychologically speaking, if your mother has been going through this for years and you’ve known, and have a high level of empathy, you could be experiencing it as a way to understand her.

Rule Number One:  Consider the normal explanations before the paranormal.

In theory, you can’t see a demon, so I think you’re cool on that account.  I’m not saying don’t call a priest… I’m Christian and having your house blessed is always a good thing… but what you describe is not something demons do.

In theory, you can’t see a ghost.  I admit, that depends on your definition of ‘ghost,’ but if you believe it’s the soul of someone departed, what you describe is not something one would do.

An angel can make itself seen.  That’s extremely rare, however, and I imagine it would have explained its reasoning.

As to cryptids and vampires and other things, I’ll have to defer to someone who believes in them, but…

Rule Number Two:  The simplest explanation is generally the correct one.  

People interested in the paranormal hate to hear this but, if you’re in bed, whatever you see or feel could just be a dream.  People continue to dream when only half asleep.

I hope this was of some help.  I know I can be quite long winded, so I won’t go on, but there are also psychological explanations for the sensation of feeling watched and seeing things in your peripheral vision. 

Also, thanks for the poem  Icontexto-emoticons-07-032x032
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(04-04-2019, 10:55 PM)Mika Wrote: I’m certainly no expert, but I believe the general idea is that the creatures someone sees during sleep paralysis are generally some sort of ‘energy vampire’ or a figment of your imagination.
 
I actually have a young friend who suffers from sleep paralysis and also takes medication for a certain disorder, so there could be a link… either to her disorder or the medication.  If you and/or your mother fit that description, it would be a perfectly logical explanation.

Psychologically speaking, if your mother has been going through this for years and you’ve known, and have a high level of empathy, you could be experiencing it as a way to understand her.

Rule Number One:  Consider the normal explanations before the paranormal.

In theory, you can’t see a demon, so I think you’re cool on that account.  I’m not saying don’t call a priest… I’m Christian and having your house blessed is always a good thing… but what you describe is not something demons do.

In theory, you can’t see a ghost.  I admit, that depends on your definition of ‘ghost,’ but if you believe it’s the soul of someone departed, what you describe is not something one would do.

An angel can make itself seen.  That’s extremely rare, however, and I imagine it would have explained its reasoning.

As to cryptids and vampires and other things, I’ll have to defer to someone who believes in them, but…

Rule Number Two:  The simplest explanation is generally the correct one.  

People interested in the paranormal hate to hear this but, if you’re in bed, whatever you see or feel could just be a dream.  People continue to dream when only half asleep.

I hope this was of some help.  I know I can be quite long winded, so I won’t go on, but there are also psychological explanations for the sensation of feeling watched and seeing things in your peripheral vision. 

Also, thanks for the poem  Icontexto-emoticons-07-032x032

A lot of what you said make sense, and I've always been kind of on the fence about it, but my mom on the other hand believes that there is something evil here, I just never really felt nor experienced  it except for a few occasions.   I mean, I've messed with Ouija boards and other different ways to contact spirits but I unfortunately feel like all those attempts fell through, and nothing major happened.  

Also, I like to write poems on the side, so I was pretty happy to find there was a section on here where I could share mine.
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