From: Tim Shell <tshell.nul> Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 09:22:41 -0600 Fwd Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 10:41:10 -0500 Subject: Re: Sleep Paralysis - Shell >From: Maurice Woolf <MauriceW.nul> >To: <ufoupdates.nul> >Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 16:51:02 +0200 >Subject: Re: Sleep Paralysis - Woolf >>From: Jim Speiser <jimspeiser.nul> >>To: <ufoupdates.nul> >>Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2004 16:35:23 -0700 >>Subject: Re: Sleep Paralysis >>>From: Kelly Freeman <Khfflsciufo.nul> >>>To: ufoupdates.nul >>>Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2004 12:27:46 EST >>>Subject: Re: Identfy Friend Or Foe? >>>I would like to give you my perspective on the "sleep >>>paralysis" phenomenon. [...] >>>I have never mentioned this to anyone before, because I have >>>been trying to find some answers to these "happenings". Any >>>feedback would be appreciated. Just keep it intelligent. >>OK, here goes... this is really strange... and I think it might >>be pertinent to hypnopompic/hypnogonic experiences, of which >>sleep paralysis is a subset. Then again it may not be pertinent, >>but it's so darn strange I just have to talk about it. <snip> >Is there anyone on the List who has ever seen this sphere as >well or tried this technique to gain control over the paralysis. Sorry, my sleep paralysis episodes concerned large, shadowy entities and a strong urge to accomplish a complex physical/mathematical task in order to "keep the universe correct" (hard to explain exactly, but it makes perfect sense when you're in a hynogogic state). Anyway, the thing I'd like to add to the conversation is I figured out how to trigger it! So anybody out there who has never experienced this sort of thing can try it out -- see what it's like. I found this out by accident when I was having kidney stone pain. What it essentially involves is taking relatively stong doses of ibuprofen. Two Advil Liqui-gels during the day, then four just before you go to bed. (Don't do this if you have an aspirin alergy of course!) It may take a few days for the stuff to build up, but if you're like me, you'll soon be "waking up" in the middle of the night seeing all kinds of crazy shiznit and trying to keep the universe balanced by accurately adjusting your pillow. It worked for me. I've since passed the stone, so I don't take so much Advil anymore. Headaches, that's all. I don't know what the specific mechanism might be. And it may not work for you. On the other hand, you might have some kind of reaction to aspirin or ibuprofen that stimulates this response. Try it if you like. Let us know what happens. I can't imagine it would cause anything like kidney damage unless you did it for a long time. The makers of Advil say it doesn't have any psychotropic effects. (heh heh) I, of course, take no responsibility for anything.
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