Hey guys I wanted to share this to hopefully get some sort of clue as to why this happens or perhaps connect with others who possibly experience or have experienced the same. Don’t judge
Over the past 3 or 4 years I’ve noticed a trend that every 6 or so months I leave my body unintentionally in the middle of the night.
Last night I fell asleep on the couch and woke up in the middle of the night suddenly feeling like I was “high”…? My entire body was buzzing so I sat up and walked to the kitchen trying to remember if I had smoked… I had not. My next conclusion was that I had been drugged. I started to freak out and pace around the kitchen trying to remember if I had left a drink unattended or accepted any food from anyone. The buzzing and vibrations got louder and louder it felt like I was losing touch with myself. I felt like I was going to explode and was literally concentrating on not letting my body fall apart… so I walked back to the living room to lie down.
Before I made it to the couch I realized there was someone already laying there. The lights were off so I carefully moved closer while my mind tried to make sense of what was going on. I kept thinking “What the fuck is that?” For a split second I ran through the entire scenario that whoever drugged me was inside my house and was now waiting for me to come back to the couch.
The closer I got I was able to see that the person laying there was me. I’ll be honest it really freaked me out. I thought I died… I didn’t want to look at myself anymore so I turned around and put my hands over my face trying to keep it together. I kept thinking “what do I do?” I truly did begin to believe I was dead and was trying to figure out what happened that made me fucking die. How does someone just up and fucking randomly die in their sleep? So I stood there with my hands over my face trying really hard not to panic.
Through the spaces of my fingers I saw someone standing in front of me… I was looking down so I didn’t see their face, only what they were wearing. They had on a robe with a blue sash and golden tassle hanging from their neck or somewhere on their clothes. They had the energy of a male. He showed up and grabbed me by the shoulders so fast and spun me around to face myself and next thing I know I was back in my body. I’ve never had such relief to NOT be dead.
So I’m trying to note what about this experience has been different from other experiences. Why did I think I was dead? And from analysis… I think I’ve been able to point out a few things.
- In past experiences maybe 90% of the time I exit my body… I have floated out. And that has been a huge indication that “hey. I’m out of my body.”
- Usually when I leave my body and am not floating, there has been a spirit that is waiting for me on the other side.
- When I have left my body in the past there are usually indicators that I’m no longer in the 3 dimensional realm. And by that I mean things that are not possible in the 3d realm. Such as matter seemingly stretching and elongating in ways it could not in the physical.
- 100% of the time when OBE I feel a connection with my body. It still feels like its a part of me though my conciousness is not fully in it. Sort of like you would feel with your leg. You know its there, and you can feel it there… but you are not in your leg.
I think the most similar experience I’ve had was one night I remember laying in my bed, but I don’t remember waking up… only I did become aware that I was staring up at the ceiling while I laid there. So I just thought to myself “Hm I wonder what it’d be like to sit on the ceiling.” And with that my feet started to float upwards and the rest of my body followed till I was upside down… I tried to hold on to my bedsheets because I was uneasy about going upside down. When I felt my feet touch the ceiling… I realized I was no longer in my body. I grew accustomed to the feeling of being upside down and sat on the ceiling. I’ll tell more about that later maybe.
The point is I would not have known I was outside my body if something “impossible” hadn’t happened like that. But with my most recent experience, I had no indication and felt no connection with my body whatsoever. I think thats what freaks me out the most. I felt no attatchment to my body. None…
If you read all the way through, thanks. I know this was long and kind of silly maybe(?)… so again no judgmenttt but if you do I guess I can’t really stop you so
I just didn’t really want to keep this to myself if theres anyone that can offer some wisdom or insight or something.