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Nightmares from memory of terrible experience



Type of Spiritual Experience


Number of hallucinations: 1


In the first instance the hallucination was caused by the extreme pain. In the second instance it is caused by the memory of the fear of that pain – a demon that needs to be expunged with comfort

A description of the experience

anon289594 - Post 125

When I was a child, about five years old, I had to go to the hospital for an operation. They gave me the wrong dose of drugs so I was awake throughout it, and the pain became a visual movie in my mind of what they were doing to me.

How I saw it was the doctors and nurses are holding me down while trying to cut me open with a bread knife and then they cut me open and I can’t do anything. I try to scream, but nothing happens, and I stop breathing for long enough that I “wake up” breathing heavily and dripping with sweat.

I think after that feeling of being powerless, I started to get these weird hallucinations, where everything would zoom out in the sense that I became very small in a big room.

I then see a conveyor belt with things on it, and for a while I do nothing.

Then I take one and I am rushed by a massive giant type figure that crushes me ( I get a tight feeling on my chest and can hear bones breaking). This seems to go on for ages and then I pass out and wake up an hour or so later.

I have the first nightmare (if you can call it that since it doesn’t happen when I am sleeping; it just happens when I am tired and my mind starts to wander) about once or twice a week.

The second hallucination happens most nights before I go to sleep. I wake up one or two hours later and find it hard to sleep at all after that

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