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November 20th, 2014
Seems to be a problem consulted by a psychiatrist.
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replied December 13th, 2014
Narcolepsy test?
Hi, I also have sleep paralysis and know all about auditory hallucinations.But I was wondering if I have Narcolepsy because a lot of people with sleep paralysis have Narcolepsy too and I have days where I cannot wake up. I fall asleep reading a book or at my computer etc. And then days where I cannot sleep at all. You said you were negative for Narcolepsy? What test did you take that was negative? How do they know that your negative over at a sleep lab after only one night? I am curious to what test they took. I heard there wasn't one really and that it is about gathering information and coming to a diagnosis that way.
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replied February 26th, 2015
This has been happening to me for quite some time now and it has happened in several different beds at several different locations. I had just talked to my new wife about it yesterday. I laid down for a quick nap today in the afternoon and was awoken by the same vibration. I could see the blanket vibrating. This lasted almost a minute then faded slowly away. I was fully awake and called out to my wife so she could witness it but she couldn't hear me due to the stereo playing in the living room. (It wasn't a heavy bass line either)It is nice to know this is happening to other people so I know I'm not bonkers.
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replied March 1st, 2015
Possible answer?
I think we have an answer, unless it is caused by paranormal activities, supernatural phenomena, or physical disease or any disorders.

I came across this website title and webpage of a Dream View forum:

"Why do your chakras vibrate at night?

Well ever since i been meditating my chakras vibrate. sometimes just for a few minutes and sometimes for an hour. What is this strange phenomenon? Why does this happen? When I lay down my third eye vibrates when I'm about to go to sleep. Then after I meditate they all vibrate. It's like your sitting on vibrating chair but just in that area where your chakras are."

Could this vibrations be caused by our own spiritual energies?
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replied March 3rd, 2015
Further explanations on human vibrations
From reading about human vibrations, I learned that we, humans, also vibrate in frequencies like the earth.

This is a quote from the website one-mind-one-energy with webpage title The Law of Vibration:

"Everything Vibrates:

This Universal Law states that everything in the Universe moves and vibrates - everything is vibrating at one speed or another. Nothing rests. Everything you see around you is vibrating at one frequency or another and so are you. However your frequency is different from other things in the universe - hence it seems like you are separated from what you see around you - people, animals, plants, trees and so on. BUT you are not separated - you are in fact living in an ocean of energy - we all are. We are all connected at the lowest level - a level professor John Hagelin calls the unified field."
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replied March 17th, 2015
Well this happened to me on 2 different houses. My boyfriend also experienced this as well. It has happened while fully awake while watching TV and while I was asleep. Last night I was full awake sitting up in bed watching TV while my bf was asleep and the bed started to shake, so I nugged my bf to wake him up. I started him. He said he just dozed off. It did if about 2 more times. I heard my grandson make a noise in the next room, so I thought maybe my daughter felt it too. So I texted her, lol. She said she did. Its always the bottom of the bed that shakes! No trains operating. I've checked every possible solution. This sleep paralysis stuff is a Lil meh... Idk... I guess one person wide awake, one person knocked out sleep and the other that just dozed off must have been the one with the sleep paralysis lol. Sometimes ppl Dont want to face reality because its seems to unREAL...IMO
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replied June 11th, 2015
I too have had this experience. It occurred sports tically for about 2.5 years. It has nothing to do with my body or mental state!!!! I am fully awake. My Bed is not in a frame. One night it f3lt like there was something pushing up from the floor, like animals inside duration was usually only for about 45 seconds. It would frequently happen just as I got into bede the mattress. I check, of course, but there was no way that was possible. After that the vibrations started occurring. It felt like my cat was in the bed scratching fleas...fast scratching. My car was not in the bed and he does not have fleas. Th
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replied June 11th, 2015
The bed vibrating issue is quite different from what you are talking about. It has nothing to do with physiology. The BED is vibrating. I have had 2.5 years of personal experience with this.
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replied June 11th, 2015
I moved three times an in each location I experienced the same...with the same mattress.
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replied September 29th, 2015
this bed shaking thing happens to me the same way as described.

I think the springs in the bed explanation i the most likely. I spend a lot of time on my bed (it's where i use my laptop, or play ps4) so i would assume the springs inside are fairly warped and as i shift from a sitting position to a more evenly distributed laying-on-my-back position, the interlocking springs might be slowly trying to reconform, and are effecting other springs all over the bed due to their warped shapes, consistently stressed joints (from sitting in one spot for a while) and since they are interlocked and connected, they effect eachother greatly as they reconform.

I was starting to believe there were mice, or some other small animals that had burrowed into my matress somehwere and were scurrying around when the lights were off.

We've never had an infestation or seen a mouse in the house, but i was starting to believe maybe this was why! lmao.
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replied October 21st, 2015
I kept thinking when it happens to me it is smart meter related.
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replied February 12th, 2016
I have experienced VERY similar happenings to myself as well. This has been a development over the past month or so, it happened first at a friends house where i was lying on their bed and started to feel a very slight "vibration" under my body. It is a continual vibration, sometimes its under my whole body, but it may change during the same experience to just my legs or only my back. There have been times where I can feel a slight pushing upwards, but its never enough pressure to actually move whichever part of my body is feeling the pressure. This has happened a total of maybe 5 or 6 times over the past month, so its very infrequent. Ive experienced this in multiple locations, as well as multiple surfaces. So im 100% convinced there is absolutely no correlation between on what, or where Im laying and this event. Ive also experimented with lying in different positions like on my back and on either of my sides, after switching positions it will stop, and then start again, and i will feel it just the same. Some intersting things that I have found is that sometimes the thought of it happening can induce it. But as Im sitting here now thinking about, it isnt happening. So that doesnt happen every time. Ive also moved slightly in my bed, (just a few inches or so to the left, or right) and it will move with me after ive moved so that the vibrations wipl be centered perfectly with my body. I experienced this last night when the most intense vibration was along my spine, and like I said after having moved, i could feel the vibration move along my body to fix perfectly in the center of my back again, which I might add was pretty unsettling. I also put my hand under my back to see if i could feel vibrations coming from the bed with my hand, only to find that i could not. This leads me to believe that this sensation is coming from my own body, but when I put my hand to my back I didnt feel anything from my back either. It was just dead space where my hand was and everywhere my hand wasnt, I could still feel the vibrating. And something else that happened at my friends house that I wasnt sure if I should include because I dont know if it has any correlation to the vibrations, is that when I was at my friends house when this first started, I moved from the bed I was laying on, to this chair that was in the room, after moving from the bed to the chair I started to feel the same vibrations in the chair that i did on the bed, except the chair got very hot, to the point that i thought i had accidently sat on some remote that made the chair heat up, like the kind that ive seen on some recliners before. It felt exactly like that, but there was nothing, no wiring in the cushions that i could find, no remote either. So i dont know if that has anything to to do with anything, but I thought I might add it since it happened at the same time as one of my experiences. But the heat thing hasnt happened since. Sorry if theres a ton of mispelling, im typing this on my phone.
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replied March 10th, 2016
I hope people will still reply here since the latest reply was 2015 and this thread started last 2008 *cross fingers*


I am happy that I am not the only one who experience this. It is just that


1. When I sleep at my Mom's room, her boed doesn't shake. When I sleep at the couch, it doesn't shake too. Even if I sleep at my friends' house, I never experience this "bed-shakes"
2. I am WIDE AWAKE when this shaking sensation happens
3. When I fell asleep with my head facing the headboard, I got a nightmare. It's like a layer-form of nightmare in which that I had a nightmare, then I woke up but no, it's still a dream and I woke up because I felt that someone tapped me so hard at my shoulder to totally wake me up.
4. During my graduating year in college, before I fell asleep, my bed, as usual, was shaking again. After I ignored that, I fell asleep. Then again, I had a nightmare, after successfully whispering the "Apostles' Creed" prayer, I woke up around 1-3am, all sweats. I came back to sleep but this time, the lights were on.
When I arrived at my university for passing my graduation clearance requirements, my friend approached me and said that a schoolmate we know in common passed away because he failed to wake up.

SCARY AS FCK

~Since it's happening for more thana year now, I begged my mom to buy a new bed for me. I hope that through this, I can have a shake-free stay inmy bedroom.
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replied May 21st, 2016
Bed starts shaking violently while Iam falling asleep
I have experienced this two nights at my cabin. Just as I was bout to fall asleep my bed starts violently shaking. I mean violently my body is flopping all over I open my eyes and it stops then I start to fall asleep again and the bed again starts violently shaking, this happened both night 4 to 5 times before I finally feel asleep until morning. I also had another occurance where I woke up about 5am and went to the bathroom as I was sitting on the toilet I heard a loud pop sound and jumped up then I looked down at the toilet and seen about 12 empty water bottles in there. I believe in ghosts so on each of these occasions I would speak loudly and tell the ghost iam not leaving my cabin so that if it did not want my company it would have to leave or we could be friends and share the cabin without bothering each other. It did stop but I always felt a presense in my cabin with me, like I was never alone. Besides it bothering me those few times in the beginning after that the presense was actually a peaceful one like I was never alone so never had to feel scared staying there by myself.
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replied June 24th, 2016
Brian young, I finally feel "not so crazy"! It started inner ear infection hence vertigo. Well didn't go away and I'm at month 2. I felt the inner tremors occasionally for a year or so but rare. Now it's every single night and most mornings. My husband can be sitting laying right next to me and nothing. He has even "helped" me search for whatever is making me shake. I am wide awake and no visible shaking or husband doesn't feel with hands on me while happening. There is also the buzzing sounds but only in the morning. Vibrator with a souped up motor feel and sound. I thought for the longest "is my husband playing with a Vibrator and pretending to be asleep?" Lol nope. So mri clear chest xray clear. Next stop neurologist. I've also experience anxiety attacks purely physical like look and feel of sunburned face and neck lasts 15mins or so goes away. And tingling starts left side face slowly to toes then right side lasted 2hrs or so back and forth side to side.ummmm oh my gosh the migraines! Everyday always late afternoon evening. Yes heard a few voices chalked it up to auditory hallucinations due to inner ear infection. Cause no longer hear them also in home video surveillance I hear same "recording" most all the time. Same play by play of same scenario ver batem? Hmmmmm today I woke up with horrible thigh knee hip and calf pain. Hurts to even walk. I'm in limbo here. What is going on?
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replied June 28th, 2016
Hello, I am relieved that I am also not alone in this. It started in January of 2015. It wasn't as noticeable as it is now. It stopped after two weeks. Soon after that I have gotten a new bed. A queen size that used to be my neighbors until she moved so she gave it to me. The shaking of my bed has since started again only a couple weeks ago. This time more stronger. Actually, it started again right after going to see 'The Conjuring 2'. Funny right? I have the same feelings as most of you. I don't believe its sleep paralysis as I have never experienced it before. I am, like most of you, fully aware of my surroundings and am awake. It moves softly and slowly around under my bed as if something is under there. Which no one can fit under there all the way, much less move. My small dog can't even fit under there without having his butt stick out. One night it slowly massaged my foot in a circular motion. So I slept on my couch that night. Finally the last straw was last night when the usual shaking occurred. Something else happened. At the foot of my bed it felt as if a hand was putting pressure on top and getting up. I could feel my foot slant at the pressure and my blanket crunch at the pressure. I opened my eyes threw off my covers and turned on the light. I stared at my bed for a good 3 minutes and nothing happened. I have not checked myself out at the doctors, but it sure is coming to that. I am having my brother sleep in my bed tonight to see if he feels it. It's happened on both my beds old and new. It can't be isolated to just the bed, but then again the shaking doesn't occur anywhere else. This is turning out to be quite distressing and after long nights of work I would like to relax and have a peaceful night.
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replied August 18th, 2016
Glad, I found this thread. I've experienced this before and when it happens I'm usually on the edge of sleep--although I am awake and aware of it when it happens.

Last night I felt it again, and in addition to the bed shaking it felt like something grabbed my ankles and pulled me across my bed. It felt very real and spooky, however I'm not sure if the ankle grabbing was real. But it felt real in my head.

After, feeling like I was dragged across my bed I found myself in a dream where I drapped myself in my covers and walked down the street to find out what had just grabbed my ankles.

It felt "out of body" like because I was watching myself walk about the whole time.

After a block or so, I turned around, went home, and woke up in my bed...

I can verify the bed shaking was real (it's happened before)... But the walking down the street with my covers and the ankle grab felt questionable (but I have a feeling the ankle grab really did happen). But I'm quite sure I did not get up and walk down the block, but it felt like I indeed did. Hopefully I did not sleep walk...

In sum, the bed shaking I've experienced over years and it usually precedes some negative spiritual activity.

And "confusion" (like the above described) is usually a sign of negative energy...

It is my understanding and belief that "God" does not confuse us. He/She is very clear and positive....

So to all those who are blaming mattresses and such, this is not that.

The bed shaking most of us are talking about is the indication that our personal/spiritual domains are being violated.

Many have responded with "rebuking" advice. And I can attest that it does work.

Moreover, I suggest that if this is a regular occurrence I also advise that you get some sort of "reading" from a valid psychic or Yoruba Priest etc....

Basically consult someone who deals with these dimensional realities regularly...
Because these are definite spiritual violations that need to be properly addressed.

And lastly--and most important--DO NOT ENGAGE with the energy.
Do no feed it fear, or conversation.
To do so is actually an invitation to exist in your realty.
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replied September 3rd, 2016
I'm posting this because I just had an experience and I'm scared. I'm 18 and the only other time I've experienced my bed shaking was when I was about 10 or 11 in my old house before I moved. The experience in my old house was more violent. Like someone was jumping on my bed. This one was just random. It's a completely different house and different bed but it was just like someone nudging my mattress gently. I've been awake for a while now. It also felt like something was under my mattress cause I felt something moving around under me so it terrifies me that maybe there's a person living under my bed that I don't know about I know it's unrealistic but it's either that or it's a ghost. I don't want to believe it's a demon so much because it wasn't violent. I don't know what I should do. I've had similar experiences in this house. I switched rooms a few years ago and my last room I had heard a loud voice talking that kind of sounded like my grandfather (who passed). However the only person that I am aware of that did pass in this house is my grandmother in the basement. I want to believe they're friendly but idk I'm still scared.
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replied September 3rd, 2016
Oh my GOD. I just replied saying I just had an experience and GUESS WHAT?! I turn on the news after I decide to come downstairs and GUESS WHAT?! I live in Nebraska but there was an earthquake in Oklahoma and that is what I felt! At the exact time that they said we might've felt it! I'm so relieved!!!!
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replied September 18th, 2016
I am 24 a male and i live alone in a quiet seaside town in the northeast of Scotland. I am writing this because i too have felt all the strange symptoms the same as a lot of people. It started a just over a week ago it was barely noticeable at 1st. One night when i was sleeping i thought i felt someone shaking the bed or like it was vibrating/pulsing, not a constant pulse but irregular and i also heard a few weird sounds around the house...i was half asleep just at the point where i was falling asleep so i just put it down to a sort of dream it still freaked me out a little but it didn't last long. The next few nights too follow where the worst i have felt in a long time i will tell you the real reason why this was happening to me but some of the things are still really SCARY!!!

The next night i was in my bed and away to start falling asleep when i honestly thought i felt a CAT or a small dog walking around the bottom of the bed and also the bed was shaking not physically but it felt like it. I was also hearing strange creaks around the house and i was catching movement in the corner of my eye....scared the hell out of me needless to say...I was wide awake after that and i was still hearing things and i could still feel the shaking....it went on for about 30-40 mins and then it stopped. I was scared out my mind but i found when i moved around the house i couldn't feel anything so i got up and played my Xbox for a bit try and forget what had happened and soon fell asleep on my sofa. The next couple of nights where the same and always started happening around the same time about 1-3 in the morning....i started to feel depressed and obviously i didn't know what was happening. I am quite an open minded person and i have had many weird experiences that have happened in my life(deja vu, premonitions)so i was scared shitless but im also a sceptical person so i don't believe something unless ive seen or experienced it myself. So i started experimenting,at the time i believed that there was a spirit in the house so i started talking to it asking what it wanted and all that stuff but nothing happened for the 1st while but one night just 4 nights ago something happened that honestly still sends chills down my spine. I had been feeling the shaking at this point all day and when i was sitting on sofas and even when i was in cars so i was already freaked out. There was no pattern in all this sometimes it would shake really violently and other times it wouldn't at all so it was terrifying. I finally decided to go to my bed and after about 2-3 mins the shaking started and I eventually started feeling the mattress sinking in various position's at the bottom of the bed and then i started feeling almost a sort of tickling burning sensation on my foot and around my legs....I was scared STIFF couldn't move and then i felt as if something moved under the covers and touched/leaned on my legs... i freaked out...F OFF i shouted and it stopped then i heard a creak at the other end of the room,a moment later i suddenly felt as if someone leaned on the bed and grabbed my knees.... I S--t myself and i jumped out the bed. i could feel a the presence in the room as well and as i went to the kitchen the tap expelled some water(it does this quite often dodgy piping)....i had no where else to go so i had to stay in the house so i just had a cigarette and watched some tv....everything seemed to stop and i went back to bed. The next day i had had enough i asked a friend if i could stay at her house for a day or two because i was losing my mind in this house the shaking was still going on and i had never felt this bad before...also i had looked online for answers and these commenets also scared the crap out of me even more so i was convinced it was either a BAD SPIRIT in the house as i hadn't stayed in the house for long or the ALUNA CAT which i had read about on #thehoodedsage but it was weird how it described the feeling of a cat walking on your bed and about the vibrating so i was sceptical but i also believed it. when i was away to sleep in my friends house i felt the shaking again,i was on the sofa in the living room and started hearing creaks in her house as well...i was scared so i got her little jack rustle dog through to lie next to me....he was fine at 1st then his ears perked up and he was looking around the room. I tried to sleep but the feeling someone was there and and the shaking was too bad.Really scary stuff

So i havent told you yet why( I HOPE ) this was all happening. I have deppression,asthma and anxiety, i smoke and drink also. recently i had just started medication MIRTAZAPINE and at 1st there where no signs but i have looked it all up and now it all makes sense #side effects of mirtazapine....Decreased or increased movement, mood or mental changes, including abnormal thinking, agitation, anxiety, confusion, and feelings of not caring, convulsions (seizures), mood or mental changes, including anger, feelings of being outside the body, hallucinations (seeing, hearing, or feeling things that are not there), mood swings, and unusual excitement,abnormal dreams,increased sensitivity to touch, sense of constant movement of self or surroundings,
trembling or shaking....also a form of Parkinsonism could of been the cause as well #Parkinson's disease symptoms.....tremor - shaking, which usually begins in the hand or arm and is more likely to occur when the limb is relaxed and resting, loss of sense of smell (anosmia) - sometimes occurs several years before other symptoms develop, dizziness, blurred vision or fainting when moving from a sitting or lying position to a standing one - caused by a sudden drop in blood pressure, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), problems sleeping (insomnia),depression and anxiety, dementia - a group of symptoms, including more severe memory problems, personality changes, seeing things that aren't there (visual hallucinations) and believing things that aren't true (delusions), strange sensations such as burning,numbness or coldness. I was feeling pretty much all of these symptoms and especially the delusional thinking as i believed that a spirit was present...i stopped the meds 2 nights ago and am starting to feel a bit better, i had a feel around my body and noticed that my legs,back of chest and head and hands where actually trembling and when i was lying down or sitting in certain positions my muscles where having random spasms. I am seeing the next availible doctor to test myself for these conditions but they are still occurring. last night i wasnt even shaking that much and i was wide awake again and felt the movement around the bed as i just about fell asleep i swear something lighlty punched my leg and then i heard a strange noise in my ear followed by a weird sort of surge feeling.....my final conclusion is that the meds caused this. The human brain is a powerful tool and it can trick you into thinking,seeing even feeling almost anything and Parkinsons is still a big mystery to science with unknown causes and no cure. To the people that are healthy and have no health conditions perhaps it is the early signs of Parkinson's as it is extremely difficult to diagnose....or perhaps there is a unkown environmental factor such as polluted water,food, air etc... it is still really strange that this has happened to so many diffirent people and i HOPE these things stop happening to me soon or im going to go crazy...it seems to be better once im active or focused on something ....thank you for reading this and i hope it has helped some people
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