posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 07:55 AM
Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
reply to post by unityemissions
I dont hear my own thoughts. At all. Its deadly quiet in there. They are thoughts, not sounds, much like in my dreams I rarely hear sounds, and
often when I do think I hear sounds, it tends to be something from the waking world intruding and my mind wrapping the dream around the noise. Even
in my dreams my mind doesnt really create "noise" or "sound." Its pretty quiet in my head. I dont know if thats the "norm" but I always assumed it
That's interesting. I was convinced after asking about a dozen people over the years that it was pretty common. I do recall that one person said they
don't hear an internal voice at all. You don't have sound in your dreams? Now I'm pretty sure that one is abnormal! Part of my raw processing has to
do with sound in some way which I can't describe. I feel patterns in life: similarities, and differences, amount of variance...much like the
differences between notes in a melody. I can feel my way into answers from internally hearing music playing, along with crazy fast visualizations.
Other times I need to role-play to find what is the most probable outcome, and that's when several personalities will manifest to help me find the
best way to go. It's as if I have MPD, except I am in control of it all, and never lose consciousness.
Just another funky lefty "right-brainer" that naturally seems to have honed savant like skills from as far back as I can remember. I guess that's
called talent. I dunno.
Wanted to add another thing. Music stimulates me in more than one way. I can play my own tunes internally when needed or wanted, but also become
passionate about my work when the headphones are on or it's blaring close to me. Like video games. I play touchscreen games at the bar. Have crazy
high scores. I can more easily enter "the zone" if I'm listening to an emotionally charged, awesome tune. Not only will I destroy the top scores, I'll
do so in style
You'd have to see me to understand. The rhythm, intensity, and flow is wicked off beat, yet there it is! It's like I'm getting it on
with the machine, and the release is the high score.
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