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#1 TwitChi



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Posted 10 July 2012 - 11:59 PM

Hi My name is Matthew
I already posted once and was less formal, my apologies.
I don't know if this has anything to do with my other post.
I was about 13 or 14 asleep on the couch. I woke up, for
a short moment but I know i was awake not a doubt in my
mind, I opened my eyes raised my self up a bit on the
couch and i looked at the chair across from me. I always
look around when i wake up, idk why its just me. but I
looked and I saw what i can only describe as a wolf man.
It looked like one from an old movie, not as dog like as
their now portrayed. I looked, but as fast as I shook my
head and blinked and it was gone.
Ehh, a spec in the "madness" of my life...
any one else experience something like this?
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Posted 11 July 2012 - 04:37 PM

The biggest problem with these types of events is the fact you were just waking up. Waking is not an instantaneous process; often it is a series of events. Portions of the brain may still be "asleep" while others are beginning to awake. Consequently there is a period when we cannot trust our own senses. In some cases it manifests itself as "sleep paralysis", the inability to move when first waking. In others it appears as lucid dreaming, In these cases parts of the brain may still be in a dream mode while others are awake and concious. Anything that happens during these transitions can easily be misinterpreted. Often this takes place over a matter of seconds, thus the reason for the "blinked and it was gone" phenomena. In that instant the waking process took over and reality set in. The monster was gone. Many, I would even say most of us, have experienced similar things at some point in time.

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