So, I am currently in the hospital and yesterday while I was in the MRI machine I apparently fell asleep. I was in the machine for about an hour and a half and if you have ever had an MRI on your head, it can be quite relaxing with the humming and knocking noises... Especially when you have ear plugs in like I did.
So anyway, I felt a jolt and a seized of my body. I got really stiff, then I woke up and lifted my head a little only to realize that my body was still laying there asleep. I was laying in my body with my head raised. I tried to push the button to tell the MRI tech that something was wrong but I couldn't get my body to move. It was then that I felt something grab me by the lower abdomen. It felt as if I was being grabbed from inside my body. I began to feel a separation of my spirit and body. I could see & feel myself being pulled out of myself. I felt afraid and I did not want to go but I was being pulled regardless. I didn't speak the entire time. Then through the speakers of the MRI machine I heard the technician say in a bright cheery voice, "Okay, we're all done!" and instantly I was let go and I dropped back into my body. It was almost like a tug of war type thing and the other side let go. This has never happened to me but while it was I thought "Oh, no! It's death!" I fought to stay in my body because I thought I was dying.
I'm not in the hospital for anything extremely serious and I have had numerous MRIs. Anybody have any idea why it would happen to me or what may have been pulling me and why? Are there questions I can ask myself to figure it out? Thanks in advance for your feedback.