After lying down calm for about half an hour, All my body senses become numb and I feel as if I'm floating, breating also becomes heavier - I guess that's sleep paralysis. However, I can easily move any part of my body and break the paralysis which is not my intention. Every single post article / post I've read online seems to tell the same story - that getting out of sleep paralysis is very hard. Well, it ain't for me..What could I be doing wrong?
Also, I should not that I'm having a lot of trouble starting hypnagogia phase. Nothings' really happening
P.S: Sorry for any errors, both grammar and spelling. English is not my native language....
Still, congratz, you came further then me with WILD.
That numbness you feel comes only from the fact that you're not moving. When you lie down and don't move, you will sooner or later become less aware of your bodyparts, but this type of numbness is as you say very easy to break out of since your body isn't truly falling asleep. The way it sounds to me, you're thinking things like "Hmm, this starts to feel like it could be falling asleep" which is not good. To actually fall asleep, you have to shut off your thoughts. Sooner or later you will then start seeing colors and patterns "on" your eyelids. That's when your body starts falling asleep. At this point, just go with the flow and accept whatever you hear or see during this state. Sooner or later you will either end up in a dream world or "wake up" in sleep paralysis. It all depends on if you manage to conjure a dream world before the point where sleep paralysis kicks in.
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