• Strange Experiences

    by  • November 5, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Thoughts • 2 Comments

    I had strange experiences when I was younger.

    Scientifically explained it could be said that I had auditory hallucinations multiple times (not all of these were at night, some occurred during the daytime), then and occurrence of sleep paralysis (only I was able to move). All of these stopped after I started praying. Sleep paralysis happens to a great deal of people, and I wouldn’t mind putting my experience down to sleep paralysis. That being said, the auditory hallucinations are considered to indicate signs of mental illness. I don’t consider myself mentally ill, but sometimes I am afraid that I am going crazy. But if I had a mental illness could science accept the fact that these symptoms stopped after I prayed? Also, I have had multiple experiences of deja vu or visions, whichever definition you like more.

    I want an explanation. I’d much rather have a scientific explanation for what occurred. I’ve got most of my scientific explanations down. But what about the power of prayer to stop auditory hallucinations and sleep paralysis?

    Related Post

    2 Responses to Strange Experiences

    1. Anna
      November 5, 2011 at 8:13 pm

      I have had similar experiences. I was recently diagnosed with PTSD. I See a therapist, talk it out, and I feel less crazy.


    2. Thanks
      November 6, 2011 at 12:59 am

      That does make sense.



    Leave a Reply