There is so much going on in this video at the same time and it embodies the biggest dilemma of religion of the modern age. Even though this is just one example, I think it is a good example to talk about the big picture.
What I get from this movie is that sleep paralysis as described in the movie is obviously a mental dream state in which it is possible to consciously move out of by force of will.
The guy in the movie, however, uses it as a means to turn people christian. As he says the paralysis is in fact caused by real demons, and by turning to the Lord in your dream, you can break free of it, if you really believe. Which he may truely believe himself as well, I don't know, but that is beside the point.
Even though he may be helping people off of their sleep paralysis (I'm not convinced he does, but lets assume he does for the sake of arguement). Can this really be justified? Even if he believes in this himself, his arguement is still just that they 'must be demons' because in lore all over the world they thought it was demons and ghosts and there is no scientific answer and most answers are guesses and you won't find two of the same answers. On what earth can that be considered an good conclusion?
I think this movie is wrong on many levels and that it is not justified. His arguement is as scientific as saying all clouds are spirits because if you look very closely you can see images in them. Personally I say screw that. If you're religious and all, great, if you belief in God, that's your right! But where does one draw the line?
What are other peoples thoughts on this?