I've been questioning this situation for almost a year now. I've asked for advice from many psychics, but none have returned with answers. I hope I can find closure on this site, and find out if what happened was actually real or not.
To start off, I'm a very deep sleeper. I've even slept through earthquakes. So as you can imagine, I've never jolted up from a dream. My dreams are usually strange, but passive and peaceful. I rarely have nightmares.
Also for reference: before I go to sleep, I usually close my closet door, my drawers, and my bathroom door. It's a weird habit and I can sleep more soundly when my room is like this. I sleep on my stomach. Anyway, the dream:
I was getting ready for bed. Everything looked normal, which is surprising because I usually have really bizarre dreams. I closed my closet door before getting into bed. But when I looked back, the closet door was opened slightly. I didn't think anything of it and got out of bed and closed it again. However, when I got back in bed and looked back to the door, it was open again. I got up to close it again and got back in bed. Now, this is the part where I don't know if it was a dream or not.
It suddenly felt like two hands were pressing down on my shoulder blades, pushing me into the bed. The pressure felt so real, I can even remember it now. Then it felt like someone straddled me and was trying to get itself inside me. I remember hearing the bed creak when it started rocking. I was unable to move and all I could think was, "No no no no." That's when my eyes shot open- I woke up- and I immediately jumped up and turned on the light.
The pressure left me as soon as I got up. Of course, I felt terrified and my room had an ominous feel afterwards. I slept with the light on for the rest of the night and it didn't happen again. It hasn't happened since.
I know the whole closet door opening/me getting up was a dream, but the pressure I felt on my back and the movements on my body felt so real. I've been wondering ever since if it was and I would love anyone's input.