Monday, November 9, 2020

What is Sleep Paralysis

 The human world is currently full of fear and prejudice, so it thinks that sleep paralysis is a harmful experience. However, this could not be further from the truth.

Sleep paralysis is actually a very positive experience which teaches us about our own reality.

The human mind is a complex system, which cannot be easily understood or controlled. The reason why sleep paralysis occurs is because the body and brain are simply too active while sleeping.

The human brain is constantly active during the day. It never goes to sleep, and always tries its best to make sense of things.

However, the brain does not have a clear understanding of how it works. It has an innate tendency to make sense of things in a way that is most helpful for the human mind.

So sleep paralysis is nothing to be afraid of. It's actually a psychological process that helps the brain understand itself better.

Well, we can suppose that sleep paralysis is just a hallucination. I mean if you have been hallucinating it could be the case that you are having an experience of feeling trapped and unable to move in your bed. This may well be accompanied by a lot of fear or anxiety because people usually imagine something very dangerous when they suffer from this kind of condition like drowning or being attacked by someone.

Now, the question is why we have this kind of experience. It seems that it is a common phenomenon because most people suffer from this at one point in their lives. I think there are many factors which can explain why you get sleep paralysis and hallucinations but I am going to focus on three main ones.

The first one is the fact that when we sleep our bodies are paralyzed. This happens because there are mechanisms which prevent us from acting out our dreams. We can't move in our sleep so that we don't accidentally hurt ourselves or others.

The second reason is that when we sleep our brains are not totally inactive but still very active. We dream and process a lot of information while sleeping.

The third reason is that we are usually very tired while sleeping. So our minds may be unable to process all the information we get from our senses.

what is sleep paralysis

Sleep paralysis is an interesting phenomenon that occurs when one wakes up from REM sleep but still remains in a phase of partial wakefulness. It is often accompanied by hallucinations and unusual sensations, such as feeling pressure on the chest, alternating chills and flushes (paresthesia), and sometimes strong emotions like fear or euphoria. Sleep paralysis has been associated with high levels of stress, anxiety disorders, depression, post-traumatic-stress disorder (PTSD), narcolepsy, idiopathic hypersomnia for which no cause can be found.

For me, sleep paralysis is a very interesting phenomenon. It can be explained in different ways and it has been studied for a long time: by psychologists, neuroscientists and philosophers alike.

Sleep paralysis is interesting because it can be explained in different ways. It has been studied by psychologists, neuroscientists and philosophers alike.

The first approach is the psychological one: psychologists believe that sleep paralysis occurs when a person wakes up from REM sleep but still remains in a phase of partial wakefulness. The mind and body are not fully synchronized yet. Basically, it is like waking up while being half-asleep (which explains the hallucinations), stuck between two states normally distinct from each other.

The second approach is the neuroscientific one: it has been found that sleep paralysis is associated with a hyperpolarization of neurons in the pons region of the brain. The pons seems to be responsible for regulating REM and non-REM sleep.

The last approach is the philosophical one: it has been widely discussed in ancient Greek philosophy and revived by Descartes.

Sleep paralysis is a condition where people, usually when they're falling asleep or waking up, have an experience in which it feels like their body has become completely frozen and is paralyzed. They are conscious but unable to move. The phenomenon occurs before you enter into deep sleep.

If you look closely, this phenomenon is also found in animals. For example, cats and dogs are known to have sleep paralysis when they make a transition between sleeping and waking.

From the perspective of neuroscience, if you think about it this way, sleep paralysis is a protective mechanism that prevents animals from acting out their dreams. When animals are asleep and dreaming, they become physically paralyzed because their body movement may cause physical harm.

As for how and why this phenomenon appears in humans, it's not easy to explain. The relevant research is still at a nascent stage.

If we look at the topic from a historical perspective, sleep paralysis was first described in ancient Greece. In the 19th century, it was used by spiritualists to explain ghosts and other paranormal phenomena.

In the end, I can only conclude that this phenomenon is mysterious and unnatural. It indicates that there may be a hidden realm where ghosts exist.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Connecting to Elohim

 I understand your question to be one of how to best achieve a mystical trance. I would recommend hitting yourself on the head with a hammer...