connieisland:


Michael Pitt by Mason Poole for Flaunt Magazine

sleepparalysisexperiences:

First relax your body into the paralysis… don’t fight it forcefully as this will create panic and increase the chance of negative hallucinations.

Try to gently wiggle your fingers and toes. These tiny movements will eventually tell your brain that your body is awake and it will stop the atonia.

At the same time, try to move your eyes by blinking and looking around the room. Again, the goal is to establish movement to fully awaken you.

rebornica:

No, shut up.

SP is not fun. It’s not a dramatic movie thing. It’s not for your stupid black and white hipster photos.

SP is HORRIBLE.

You get too scared to sleep because everytime, you feel like there is somebody there watching you.

In my situation; I get scared and anxious when I feel sleepy….

adaliabookgirl:

The pain!