Peter Tosh and the Sleep Paralysis Phenomenon.
Part 2 /3
By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
July 23, 2016.
(Continued from part 1)
SleepEducation.org tells us that being awake in bed unable to move is a horrifying experience accompanied by fear, anxiety, strange sensations and experiences described as hallucinations (1).
Again, this description pertains more to ISP than the less common RISP.
Apparently, the ‘hallucinations’ can even happen if the body isn’t paralyzed upon awakening (1).
SP starts to appear during your teenage years and becomes more prominent during your 20s and 30s (1). It can follow...