The Most Intense Fear

The Most Intense Fear

One night, I was sleeping in my mom’s bed with her. I woke up extremely startled, I screamed and jumped out of bed as if running from something. Before I could get far, My mom grabbed me by the arm as I attempted to run, which triggered me out of my “dream state,” I do not remember what the root of my fear was, but it didn’t seem like something I would want to remember. I was sort of out of it, and my eyes darted around me as if I was waiting for something to catch me and hurt me. I couldn’t stop crying and deep inside me I felt the most intense fear of my life without even understanding why I felt that way in the first place. My Dad and both my sisters came to see what happened, and they did not know what to make of my intense fear. They just looked at me as if creeped out by the whole situation. I went to go take a shower, and I didn’t want to be left alone, I constantly had a feeling like I was being watched and was in danger. It took several hours for that fear to even begin to subside. it even carried over with me to the next day when I was in school. I went to my counselor and laid down on her couch to rest a bit since I still felt very off. Next thing I knew, something really frightening and bizarre happened. I clearly saw my counselor walk through the door, and then half a minute later, she walked through the door again as if it were a scene stuck on repeat. This was a terrifying experience because I didn’t know what was happening and this was also the first time I experienced anything like this. It was as if I just witnessed a time loop that was temporarily on repeat. I still don’t know what to make of it, or if it was somehow connected to my night terror the previous night. Does anyone have any thoughts about these events or have experienced something similar to me? Feel free to leave me comments.

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I think it’s important for everyone, everywhere to learn however possible how to manage their fear, assuming that we all want to live in a world that’s fair and pleasant. My specific approach to fear processing starts with humility; basically, mentally bowing before anything that makes me afraid. The phrase “If God be with us, who could be against us” contains within it an unusurpable (my word, fits) logic that has gotten me through many bouts of fear and near-panic. Being “with” God no doubt means different things to different people and changes with circumstances, but I think the theory… Read more »
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