The torture group used to find creative ways to be disruptive in my life. Here’s an example from around age ten right around or before my anxiety torture began.
This kept me up when I trying to get all my sleep for school. It was a giant wall sized maze that I could see with my eyes shut or open and was lit up so I couldn’t relax. It was displayed as if it were on the wall I was sleeping against. It would move around. It first was a maze then a maze being drawn. The path through the maze was being drawn and I was directly shown the path which was forming as I watched it. There was no exit or goal and as soon as one pathway was shown the line that was the path the maze walker (my eyes were walking the maze) trying to find the exit would move and become too complex to solve. It lasted for hours.
I remember how tired being up at all hours made me. I would get sensitive to every noise around the house and started fights with the noise makers. This added to my problems by making me stressed and too exhausted to concentrate at school. The torture group really wanted me to inwardly experience the stress of these attacks.