Ever been laying down and heard your name screamed(in your mind)

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posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:28 AM
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many times!

i hate when that happens coz all it does is make me up more.

it is a whole body experience.


i always wondered what it was after i figured out it wasn't anyone calling my name.

what i have come up with is that it might be a tension reliever mech.

i used to get that type of "shock/jolt" when i was doing TM on a regular basis. the instructors said it was normal.

might be a natural thing the mind or body or both do for it's own health betterment even if one doesn't practice such things.




posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:34 AM
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Originally posted by don rumsfeld
Read this.



Visual, auditory, tactile, and kinetic sensations can all be experienced during hypnagogic hallucinations, and everyone experiences slightly different forms.
I always used to feel like i was falling through a bottomless pit! Now i know why, lol. I heard that if you actually hit the ground when this happens, you die.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:34 AM
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Originally posted by reesie45
Did you ever dream of a song playing but when you wake up you find out it was actually playing in another room?


Well...sort of. Except it isn't playing in another room already. But I turn on the radio and it is playing there. Sometimes I think that maybe, our brains and bodies are all capable of picking up sound vibrations which are already in progress and floating all around us....even if we can't physically hear them in the way that we are used to.

I mean...if human beings are capable of inventing a machine which pulls sound vibrations out of the air and then converts it to sounds which we can actually hear, then why can't our brains and bodies (the thing which invented the machine) do the same thing? LOL

I hope I am making enough sense. My thoughts are not converting themselves to words very well tonight.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:34 AM
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Must be nigh for the "zombie apocalypse". So far, I heard my nick/name three times and, well, I guess it was in my mind.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:36 AM
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Originally posted by idunno12

Originally posted by reesie45
Did you ever dream of a song playing but when you wake up you find out it was actually playing in another room?


Well...sort of. Except it isn't playing in another room already. But I turn on the radio and it is playing there. Sometimes I think that maybe, our brains and bodies are all capable of picking up sound vibrations which are already in progress and floating all around us....even if we can't physically hear them in the way that we are used to.

I mean...if human beings are capable of inventing a machine which pulls sound vibrations out of the air and then converts it to sounds which we can actually hear, then why can't our brains and bodies (the thing which invented the machine) do the same thing? LOL

I hope I am making enough sense. My thoughts are not converting themselves to words very well tonight.
I know what you mean. It only happened to me when the song was actually playing in another room, but maybe those who can hear something in a dream before they hear it while awake on the radio, use more of their brain than the average person?
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posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:36 AM
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Yes, I have heard that. I have also heard loud bangs on the wall/ceiling that occurred just as I was falling asleep. I thought this was due to the transition from being awake to that of sleeping, that is until it was witnessed last year by an awake person as I was drifting off to sleep; it is a very interesting, as well as startling experience.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:42 AM
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i've heard the bang also.

yes usually it's in that twilight between awake and sleep.

like i said, it annoys me.

doesn't happen often but it is fairly unforgetable and it doesn't freak me out when it happens.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:44 AM
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This is an interesting topic. My 8 year old son had fearfully complained of this happening - hearing someone close by say his name when nobody is around. I don't know what to tell him. I would like to read more theories and observations. Advice is welcome too.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:45 AM
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Now that you guys bring the music up my wife and I both hear music in other rooms pretty often. Old timey sounding music. Not classical but not folk music either something different than anything you ever hear. It is plesant and not scary but very out of place.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 12:49 AM
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I've heard my name too. Once I even heard my father's voice yelling a word at me while I was alone in the dining room and he was at work.

Sometimes I hear someone screaming my nickname very clearly when I'm wearing headphones (not too loud) and this results in my going through the whole house looking for the person who interrupted my activities, only to find out that they're still asleep or at work.

I have no idea what it might be

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posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:05 AM
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I'll be honest here. the scariest thing I had ever heard was a whisper, a very ominous whisper, in my ear as I drifted off to sleep. The voice, very grubbily said: " I'll be waiting." That time really freaked me out. I have experienced this from the time I was fourteen to fifteen years old. My sister had experienced the same thing since she was nine, however, it left her alone after she was thirteen or so years old. I used to make fun of her as a kid when she would wake up screaming. Then one night, it came to my room; I made fun of her no more! I believe this is the same thing, the same ghost, what have you, that has moved on from her to me, but who the hell knows? That is another story for the telling . . . how that all came about . . . it was a progressive experience for sure that I believe affects me to this very day.
edit on 24-5-2011 by nonnez because: Just woke up and wrote before my brain was working.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:16 AM
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On one occasion, it was myself and 3 others in my living room at 2am and we heard someone's voice say,"What the hell are they talking about." Like if the person was right next to our ear. We looked all around the house, in and out, and nothing. A few minutes later, we heard the sound of someone running outside but as each step hit the ground, the whole house would shake as if a wrecking ball was hitting it.
We blamed it on Blue beam.
A few months later we heard about a an incident in Orange County, CA that had hundreds of people calling 911.
They heard their windows and doors rattling as if someone was trying to open them.
Again, we thought it was low frequency testing of some psy-op program.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:18 AM
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Every time this has happened to me it has always been a harsh whisper in both ears, I had always been laying down, as if the person were behind me. Which is odd. I was laying down. There should not be people, much less, disembodied voices harshly whispering my name into my ears.
Very strange.
I blame chemicals.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:31 AM
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Yes, I often heard my name called out while trying to fall asleep and it's always the voice of my mother (who is still alive). This started happening in my early twenties and happens a few times a year.
On other times I would just hear chatter.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:40 AM
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I see many people post they hear it but only one person talk about the event after it. When it happens to me it means i must do something, like a phone call or knock on door. I hear it as a womans voice.


 
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posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:41 AM
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I don't usually do this but I'm going to post before I read the thread because this is one of those rare topics that I can honestly say is happening to me. I'll read through the thread and post again, hopefully others are experiencing this and it's not just me and the op losing it.

I hear my name called on a semi regular basis, if I had to guess I'd say once ever other month, maybe more maybe less, not regularly by any stretch of the imagination. When I hear it it's not screamed but I've heard my name anywhere from a whisper up to like a sharp "bigern" (obviously that's not my name) that I wouldn't call loud but enough to make me stop and think, but it's usually the whisper version.

The thing is this has been happening to me as long as I can remember and now in my mid 30's I really don't think much of it when it does happen anymore. I'd considered making a thread about this myself over the years but like I said I'm so use to it it really doesn't bother me unless on the very very rare occasion that I'm already freaked out about something. Anyway thank you bcroper for making this thread, hopefully there are some answers out there for both of us.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:44 AM
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Not screamed, but whispered loudly...I could almost feel someone's breath on my ear. Creepy as hell but I might have just been really tired and having some weird dream.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:50 AM
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I've heard my name 'said', whispered, and the banging noises. No screaming though - it's been going on for years now and then. Still no explanation to it. It almost has a tone to it as if it were a person calling you about to say or explain something important in a hurry but nothing ever follows.



posted on May, 24 2011 @ 01:50 AM
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one time I asked the voice why was my name called. It said it is time to get up sir. I asked for what. It said young ones are in need of you sir. Meaning my kids.


 
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posted on May, 24 2011 @ 02:07 AM
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Maybe we should come up with some questions to answer if we have experienced this. That way we can see if there's anything in common with our situations.

May I suggest a few?

1) Were you awake or about to fall asleep?
2) Was it daytime or night?
3) Were you alone in the room or accompanied? If accompanied, did the other person hear anything? If alone, was someone else in the house?
5) Did you recognize the voice? Was it male or female?
4) Was it your name or nickname what you heard? If it was a nickname, how many people call you that?
5) After you heard it, was someone actually looking for you or needed you for something? (But they weren't the ones who called you, they just needed you)
6) Did you hear music? If so, what type? Did you recognize it or was it a song you'd never heard before?

I can think of some more, but first I'd like to know what you guys think about the questions idea.





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