How do you get rid of a fear of greys?
I had terrible horrible fears, until one night I "confronted them". show no fear, laugh in their faces. I was like GET DA FUK OUTTA MY HOUSE, and I charged it only to run into my vaccum cleaner I forgot I left out. Since then I've mostly been terrified of kabouters.
Greys are actually subordinates to Reptilians. If you become a high ranking Jew, you become an honorary reptilian in accordance with the ancient Jew-Reptilian alliance and therefore have rule over greys
the grey is literally your subconscious representation of your narcissistic mother/father/caretaker
infants can't perceive faces too well and apparently, what they see is very similiar to the popular represenation of a grey
they seem omnipotent and scary because narc parents are like that, they control you since you can remember and you fear them
i've realised this about myself and it's pretty deep 4 me
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>tfw you've always just wanted the greys to love you for who you are
I've had this problem for as long as I can remember. It's not like being afraid. I've been afraid for my life on more then one occasion where it was a pretty high probability I could die. It's it like an uneasiness I can't get over.
>dxm was invented by greys
>to defeat the grey, you must.become the grey
Haha thats pretty funny.
As for OP:
ever heard of the "turkey curse" from discordianism? It sounds stupid as fuck at first glance (like everything discordian), but it actually makes sense if you get the joke.
Basically, the turkey curse is a rubrik to follow. Fear is a "serious" emotion. If you can displace the "seriousness", you can negate the fear.
So how can we negate the "seriousness" of what youre afraid of (i.e. greys). To words
no...seriously. associate this stupid as fuck phrase with their image -- if they bother you, their sight should evoke memories of all those silly "ayy lmao" moments and let you negate the fear by negating the seriousness of the encounter.
Shits pretty effective...worked for me.
You are me. I've been fighting with this fear for as long as I can remember. Now that I'm 28 I do still feel something creeping nearby, not bodily but mentally, normally when I'm alone, always between the 3 or 4 am. Yes, I do have insomnia from it. Yes, I've always associated this presence with greys and nothing else. Still today, just looking at pics like Op gives me goosebumps.
You also, i did the exactly same thing as you but brandishing a bowie knife
This man is just right, fighting them is not enough. They will be back. But fear is they're only weapon. They can't do shit if you know what they are.
This as fuck. It really scares the crap out of them when they feel you visualizing what earthling do between themselves. Again, holding a sharp piece of metal while you do so greatly enhances its effect.
use images that ridicule them or make them look friendly (pic related)
then you will be able to look at them and think of them
then think what they are and just accept it
no more fear
at least when you are not alone at night...
if I saw your picture an year ago, my PC would be off in 2 seconds and I would be in the next room afraid to come back. second picture related.
Watch more anime.
Not kidding: Anime is specifically designed to make humans attracted to aliens.
seeing grey and seeing image of it is a slight difference
Even if this actually happened, you're basically saying you chased an advanced extraterrestrial life-form that traveled through fucking space to get here away with a goddamn vacuum cleaner.
Oh you ran into the vacuum cleaner. Okay. Sorry.
Cool. Stop taking DXM before bed. Had a similar experience except replace "aliens" with "goat" and "vacuum cleaner" with "extension cord".
I'm too drunk to read, sorry.
You do not.
It does not matter that they do not exist, the image is naturally scary to humans, they look human enough for our brains to recognize as somewhat human but weird enough that they trigger the uncanny valley bullshit in human brains that makes them scared.
It is natural to be scared of greys as it is natural to be scared of any non-human humanoid thing, like weird dolls or creepy robots
You cant. Its mental manipulation they force on you. You can throw them off however if you stop and think of something funny and laugh. It would be the same scenario ad if you put a fish on dry land and instead of it flailing around it just stared at you and said "fuck off."
Me again. Yes. Pic related, although not really scared by ghosts.
But I guess it is not suitable for children.
>tfw alien fetish
>only for greys
>impossible to find any porn of it
You're doing gods work anon
>who faps to aliens anyway?
>i'm not scared of greys, just terrified of the idea of being abducted
This is serious. Greys could be in the walls right now and we're all out of cats and birds.
I just don't think about them anymore. I heard if you think about them, then you make yourself "in tune" with them or some shit.
The worst nightmares I've had involved greys. It was always sleep paralysis, though.
>"wake up" sitting on a table in a grey metallic room.
>glass walls around me, though I can't see them, I just can't get through.
>I start screaming, trying to break through the glass that I can't see, no luck.
>Woman with long black hair walks up to me, calms me down.
>tells me "Wait. Until. They finish." Just like that, pauses and all.
>Her face starts melting, her hair starts falling out. Her eyes turn black and she turns pasty white.
>I close my eyes and just lose my shit.
>eventually I lay back down on the table, calm as you please.
>Everything goes dark.
Had this dream a few times and many others like them throughout the years. The logical side of me thinks it's just regular sleep paralysis, but when I have SP I'm usually in my room. But the /x/ side of me hopes that there is something messing with me to make my life a bit more exciting.
You can control your fears when you're awake, but once you're asleep, you're fucked.
I lucid dream them too and often think the same thing.
Strangely enough they've appeared to me as a women with long black hair before too and I often found her to be more frightening than the greys themself. Never an operating table though, they would take my semen and suck my life energy out.
Did you ever notice what time you'd have these dreams? I'd always have them @ 3am that's why I don't believe it's just my crazy mind..
I just watched this movie alone at my house.
Seriously? There's one scary bit in that entire film and you just posted it.
If you're so scared, fast forward to the bit where Christopher Walkin has a dance off with the short grays.
It'll kill the mood dead.
You actually don't want to do that. Fear is a chemical reaction in your body to tighen your muscles and keep you from passing out while under threat. Fight Flight or Fright (you stand there and piss your pants).
All you can really do is breathe deep and flex your abs to take the pressure off and fill your blood with more oxygen somewhat diluting the epinephrine (adrenaline).
I notice everytime I pass a cop and I'm 10 over I feel that anxiety in my stomach (adrenal glands) and goes away instantly as soon as I see that the cop isn't going to pull me over so I assume adrenaline is broken down easily when its not being pumped into you.
Good luck. We're all gonna die.
It wasn't the aliens that scared me it's the idea of the aliens, something I've looked into for a while now and this movie is pretty much a visual confirmation of my fear and it spooped me. what can I say? A Halloween mask terrified me!
There's an NLP technique for reducing fear/anxiety of someone by visualising the person who's been intimidating you with a silly version of them, complete with silly voice, mannerisms and clothing.
There are other NLP visualisation methods that I've found to work, such as imagining you're in a theatre and seeing yourself up on the screen, as you were when you were experiencing the negative emotions at their worst.
Then you make the image on the screen distort and start to shrink, the colour and sound fade and the picture shrinks to a pin point of light which disappears.
If you combine these techniques with tapping a finger on the back of your hand and focus on both the sensation of the negative feeling going away and the physical feeling of the tapping on your hand, the tapping will become associated with a reduction in that fear/whatever, and in the future (with regular visualisation sessions), will be the only thing you need to do to reduce the problem emotion.
Works especially well for phobias.
The stupidest thing is, everybody in this thread is 100% correct.
Ayy lmao has single handedly removed my dread of Greys. Its like, now if I saw one on the side of the road I might wave and be like Ayyyy
Im with you. Honestly laughter is poison to fear. I used to feel a cold gripping horror just looking at a drawing or a supposed picture of a grey. It made me straight up want to cry like a little bitch.
That ayyy lmao thing is just so stupid it perfectly counters the fear
- grow up
- become r34 artist
- draw porn of them
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