Trance

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I've had a few trance states in my past out of the blue I have anxiety disorder and OCD but when I had a trance state it felt like I had a black out it almost felt like I couldent see anything but i could almost like I was just staring and couldent get out of it then I get really scared and feel unreal can anyone relate? Is it basically like going unconscious but not 

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    I get like that. It's like my mind totally drifts off and I'm staring into total nothingness. When I eventually snap out of it I don't even know how long I was in the trance for.

    I doubt it's anything to worry about. Maybe you have something in the back of your mind and suddenly your conscience focuses on it. 

    Strange feeling tho

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    i struggled with this for most of my life. one day i woke up and i didnt even know who i was. i didnt know my name, i didnt even now who my mom was. I did snap out of it after 5 minutes luckily. recently though i actually found out what it was. stress. if you get too stressed, you get too many thoughts and your mind needs a break from it all so it just shuts down for a minute or so. you either blackout or like me you just forget everything! you know when it happened i actually felt better for a while. i didnt know my name or what was going on but in a way it felt good for that brief moment. i had no worries, total bliss. anyways yeh, it is basically your mind thinking way too much and it cant take it. what i do now is i take supplements for focus and concentration, i find these help so much. the more i can think clearly the better i can control my negative thoughts and turn them into positive ones. anyways hope i helped.
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    Hi Trance,

    From reading your post and your experience you may have ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder)

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