I don't know if this is even really worthy of a post, but I thought I'd share it anyways since it was the first time I have experienced such a
So yesterday I got up, went to work from about 10-3, came home. A few hours later at around 5 I decided to lay down for a little while until supper.
We ordered pizza and I was just waiting for someone to come back with it. So then it happened. I'm laying there and all of a sudden, I hear this
woman's voice inside my head:
"Love has been given to you..."
and then I turned over before I knew what was going on, and it stopped. Have a feeling it wouldn't have stopped if I didn't move though. I would
have thought that if I heard a voice in my head that wasn't my own, I would start freaking out. But surprisingly, I wasn't scared. It was a very
soft and relaxed voice. I knew that I was going to forget it if I didn't write it down, so I immediately got up and wrote it on a little pad of
sticky notes I keep beside my bed for reminders.
I would just like to also state that I wasn't asleep when this happened. I was fully awake, but with my eyes closed, just resting. I may have been
slightly drifting towards sleep, but this wasn't a dream or anything.
Then I went to try and find out if it might have just been something normal. I went into my sisters room and asked her if she was listening to a song
with a girl's voice in it, and she said no. She was listening to Pantera (which is a metal band). I asked her to go back to the previous song
anyways, and I have determined that there is nothing in the song like what I heard. My mom had gone to pick up the pizza, and my dad was in the
basement, so there is no way that it could have just been someone talking.
So yes, I am hearing things and possibly starting to finally go completely insane. Eh, at least they are saying nice things, not some crazy demonic
voice in my head
. Anyways, I would just like some input, and if anybody can tell me what this line means, it would help. I've Googled it, and it
only came up with about 2 pages of indirect references.
What does it mean??? Input please! Thanks. And I'd like to see if anybody else has had a similar experience.
[edit on 14-11-2005 by Yarcofin]