It's bad enough I've had trouble with my TV changing channels without me touching the remote, previous visits from a really scary hag pulling my quilt from the end of my bed, and from Steven the spirit who kept jumping under my sheets.
It was Monday night 8th October, and there was nothing on TV so I decided to read some comments on YGS followed by watching some wild life documentary's on my tablet.
I watched quite a few until finally I got tired enough to sleep. I switched my tablet off and put it on the window ledge.
I covered up under my cozy soft quilt and sighed feeling totally relaxed. Suddenly in the corner of my eye I saw Steven the ghost. I quickly squinted and half closed my eyes because I was really scared. In blurred vision I saw him grabbing my quilt. I quickly pushed him off with my arms and repeatedly said, 'get lost' in my head over and over again. Finally he left. What was only a minute seemed like 10 minutes of stress.
I know I was awake and it couldn't have been sleep paralysis. It was Steven the spirit. I recognised him from previous encounters.
I have been doing Rookdygins cleansing and shielding rituals regularly. Mainly in my lounge room. I did it in my bedroom day before yesterday (13th October).
I've been looking for some cleansing crystals, however I can't find any. I leave sage on all my windows and have sprinkled salt at my doors, outside and in.
The scary hag hasn't come back thank goodness. I don't understand how Steven the ghost is getting through the cleansing shielding rituals. 😕
I really do hope he finds the light and moves on and leaves me alone.
I'm not an expert on SP, however I find reading up on SP really helps me understand what it's all about.
From what I've read online and quote, 'It is often genetic, and it is most common in those with mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, or panic disorder. Lack of sleep or a shifting sleep schedule can also cause sleep paralysis'.
I've found the following links interesting:
There's a lot of interesting websites with members commenting and writing about their experiences, however, YGS is certainly the top of my list.
Hopefully you aren't going through too much stress. If you are, submit what you are able to talk about and the YGS members will definitely give you advice, support, and try and help you. I will email you over the weekend.
Night from Australia. 🐨
Miandra. 😘 ❤ 😘