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strange things happening all the time, possible spiritual attack?

stranger2myself!

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im sick of going to the doctors because they hardly ever have any answers for me. strange things always happen to me, basically every single day.
yesterday i slept for over 24 hours straight. i didnt take any sleeping pills or anything like that. i hadn't been awake longer than usual either. this has happened a few times recently. when i woke up my whole body ached pretty bad as if i had been beaten the day before or something, and i was also exhausted. and yes i know that oversleeping can make you even more tired, but what are you suppose to do if the loudest alarm doesnt even wake you up? i know i dreampt something but i cant remember the details. usually every dream i have is a nightmare. i know it was about being in a dirty house, and something scary but i dont remember specifics, i cant remember anything else about the dream. when i woke up my emotions were shut-off for the first few hours. i dont know what i was feeling or if i was feeling anything at all. lately its been hard to explain my emotions. can excessive sleeping be caused by chronic stress? anyone experience or hear of something similiar? any idea whats going on? i am wondering if i am under some type of psychic attack, does anyone here have knowledge about psychic attacks and how to help them?
 
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can excessive sleeping be caused by chronic stress?
Oh, absolutely. As can horrible dreams. I'd say most of us here sleep more than the average person and have way more nightmares than the average person.
i am wondering if i am under some type of psychic attack, does anyone here have knowledge about psychic attacks and how to help them?
I don't know what a psychic attack is. Can you be more specific?
 

stranger2myself!

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Oh, absolutely. As can horrible dreams. I'd say most of us here sleep more than the average person and have way more nightmares than the average person.

I don't know what a psychic attack is. Can you be more specific?
many people dont believe in such things, but what i meant by psychic attack is like being negatively affected by supernatural forces
 
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I’m on the fence on whether I believe in those things. My first plan of action would be to eliminate anything medically going on. You say you talked to your doctor, what kind of doctor? A psych doc may not know to test for things like narcolepsy (not saying you have that, just an example). Have you talked to a medical doctor and checked thyroid functioning, blood pressure, blood sugar, etc and let them know about the excessive sleep?
 
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i am wondering if i am under some type of psychic attack, does anyone here have knowledge about psychic attacks and how to help them?
We’re a PTSD community. Not a psychic attack community. Do you also have PTSD, and suspect trauma rather than supernatural forces are in play, or did you pick this site pretty much at random?
 
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Hmm, well, I don't believe in such things either. I think those types of things can be explained by depersonalization, derealization, and dissociation. And sometimes psychosis.

Good luck.
Snort. Yep.

Belief in psychic attacks is more common in cultures where it's - culturally - common (and often treated differently) belief that thoughts of ill can cause actual physical effects - on their own.

Outside of culturally common beliefs, it's also a typical belief in some types of stalking victims - particularly where the stalking was multi-party and went over a long time, or both -

But the more down to earth explanations usually involve a combination of mental health / dissociative issues, and (beliefs about or actual effects of) surveillance by some other party.

So both human factors.
The Q is how much is internal, external, and combination of / how they interplay.
 

stranger2myself!

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We’re a PTSD community. Not a psychic attack community. Do you also have PTSD, and suspect trauma rather than supernatural forces are in play, or did you pick this site pretty much at random?
yeah ive been diagnosed with ptsd , theres a lot lot more has happened that i havent wrote about on here

Snort. Yep.

Belief in psychic attacks is more common in cultures where it's - culturally - common (and often treated differently) belief that thoughts of ill can cause actual physical effects - on their own.

Outside of culturally common beliefs, it's also a typical belief in some types of stalking victims - particularly where the stalking was multi-party and went over a long time, or both -

But the more down to earth explanations usually involve a combination of mental health / dissociative issues, and (beliefs about or actual effects of) surveillance by some other party.

So both human factors.
The Q is how much is internal, external, and combination of / how they interplay.
i am a stalking victim, was stalked and terrorized for months, been physically abused, attacked, sexually assaulted, the list goes on. i have derealization on a regular basis. ive had times when i feel like im constantly being watched, listened to, recorded, ect.

^^ That.

As in before you go looking for / at 'psychic forces', check out the utterly normal and medical reasons for things.

Preferably with a qualified psychiatrist.
been there, done that. was diagnosed with complex ptsd. the therapist didnt know how to help me with most of the problems i had. nothing is "normal" in my life. nor is anything that happens to me. everything is strange. everyday. all the time. doctors usually just give me "looks" and say "i dont know". and i usually end up finding the cures by researching stuff online. i seem to have better luck that way.
 
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yeah ive been diagnosed with ptsd , theres a lot lot more has happened that i havent wrote about on here
Yes, I think it can and does happen, but the remedy is the same. It's about getting stable, fixing the parts that allow negativity to keep poisoning your wellbeing.

If you are a spiritually aware and sensitive person, have you tried prayer and invoking loving, positive, protective energies?

When I went through psychosis, I was very aware of the "war for my soul", an epic battle between good, real, loving and honest forces and dishonest, destructive, fear-filling negative energies.

I prayed to know what was real and true, because I recognized that I didn't know, I had no clue.

Slowly, but surely, my prayers have been answered. I know this because of the evidence, the outcome, which has brought me a loving, supportive, loyal partner, the trust of my children, ongoing feelings of love, kindness, care, a fierce regard for evidence-based truisms, deepening faith and trust in what I cannot see but feels very benevolent, clarifying, just and powerful and a decline in irrational fears, egoic relationship-destroying impulses, lack of discernment, confusion, depression and hopelessness and bad and hurtful situations.

So, my suggestion is, if you believe in hurtful interdimentional energies, why not appeal to loving, caring ones?

It worked for me.

You will know the difference by how you feel. Loving ones bring peace and personal empowerment, courage and an ability to discern when you are being lied to, disrespected and manipulated.

I hope and pray for your protection, empowerment and clarity.
 

stranger2myself!

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I’m on the fence on whether I believe in those things. My first plan of action would be to eliminate anything medically going on. You say you talked to your doctor, what kind of doctor? A psych doc may not know to test for things like narcolepsy (not saying you have that, just an example). Have you talked to a medical doctor and checked thyroid functioning, blood pressure, blood sugar, etc and let them know about the excessive sleep?
yes ive talked to a regular doctor too, got sick of them giving up because all the test came back normal. if the test come back normal but there are still very abnormal symptoms than i would think they should dig deeper because obviously something isnt right if there is symptoms going on. thanks for not being disrespectful like the other ones who responded.
 
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