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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 06:47 PM
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There is only one you.




posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 06:53 PM
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Originally posted by intrptr
There is only one you.


I'm not sure if you thought you actually provided me some sort of insight, but this seems to be a meaningless statement.



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 06:54 PM
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The body and mind can do some really weird stuff. I have a constant hissing in my ears. I don't know if it has anything to do with this (probably does), but when I'm near a running fan I hear the theme song of 'The Price is Right show. ALL day long in the summer time! Really annoying!




posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 06:59 PM
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That's hilarious!

Yea, I have tinnitus as well. My left ear is always ringing, and the right joins in on occasion.

I'm guessing it's some sort of pattern-matching preconditioned memory for you. Your mind tries to fill in the gaps from the hearing loss, and instead you pull up a familiar melody!

Am now thinking this was basically just subconscious chatter. There's a ton of it going on at all times, yet we're not usually in the funky state of mind to hear it all. That's my best guess. Strange that sometimes I'm more open to more "out there" possibilities. As my stress levels go up, so does my desperation and need to have beliefs which defy reason.

I guess you could say it's a weakness within me, and perhaps a significant subset of the population. At least, I'd guess so for the population of this site.




posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:02 PM
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Originally posted by moniesisfun

Originally posted by intrptr
There is only one you.


I'm not sure if you thought you actually provided me some sort of insight, but this seems to be a meaningless statement.

From your OP:


1. it's just subconscious chatter that I'm tapping into. this is always going on, but I don't get to actually hear it until I'm in a different state of consciousness. perhaps I'm more spit in my mind that I realize...okay, maybe...

This seems to imply that maybe you are the one chattering to your self on some other level. I said: There is only one you. Get it? Whatever you are experiencing is "not you".



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:07 PM
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Ah, I'm trying to. You seem to be implying that it's only me, and then that it's not me.


I'm concluding that it's ALL me. It could be external experiences that I had in the past, or scenarios that I played out in my head in the past. Whatever it is, it certainly seems to be "not me" when I'm having the experience, but once my stress levels come back down, I start thinking that's a little too bizarre.

Ultimately I can't really be sure either way. I simply choose not to think it's ESP until I have reason to.
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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:11 PM
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I know exactly what you are talking about cause I get it too. Lots of meditation brings it on strong. So when I lay down at night and everything goes quiet I can hear snippets of conversation from different voices, its like a few words at a time male and female. Its completely ramdom what is heard you couldnt make it up. I actually participated in a thread on another forum where many people who could do this decided to write down what was being said and lo and behold it does make sense over time. It seems its some kind conciousness discussing us. I have heard many direct references to myself on a lotta occasions. They talk like im not there though, and my biggest fear once was that they would notice me but now I dont care.



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:12 PM
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This is the EXACT experience.

I wonder if schizophrenics have this happening 24/7


It does seem as if there is order overall, yet it's so damned layered that it's nearly impossible to decipher it all at once. Like, it seems as if conversations are following their own separate tracks, but since you hear it all at once, and can only focus on the most audible for the moment, it seems like jargon.

I once had a friend who took a ton of ...things that would make him stay up...and he was up...for a really long time...and wanted to come down...so took things...that would make him come down....(honestly not me, here, I'm not that dumb) ... and as he started to crash he would go in and out of consciousness, and each new cycle, which lasted about 5 seconds up, 1 second down, was a new conversation right smack in the middle...completely different, yet I realized after a minute that they were continuous, just about 5-6 different ones, and would basically go like 1,6,2,4,3,5,1,6,2,4,3,5,1....over and over again until he passed out.

I passed out shortly after, only to find he was flipped out as he had woke up again, and disassembled his computer, yet broke a few parts in the process, and blamed me as he had no memory of the event

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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:15 PM
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Originally posted by moniesisfun
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This is the EXACT experience.

I wonder if schizophrenics have this happening 24/7




Dont worry Im sure its natural its just that we can hear it im definitely not crazy, nah crazy would be great then I could just forget to be responsible and sit n a corner,,,,ahhh corner.



posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:21 PM
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Partial insanity is something I'm certainly not going to dismiss.

I've had periods of OCD like madness/rage directed towards people that seemed entirely reasonable from my standpoint, yet I could see it seeming like complete insanity from other people's limited perspective.

We could be partially insane, man.

I'm curious, do you also have splinter-savant skills?? As in, exceptional intuitive processes that come in handy and seem like "magic" to other people


It could be that we have a stronger connection to our subconscious. I often say that I operate mostly on a semi-conscious level when doing something which requires "flow".

Another question for you:

Did you have "imaginary friends" as a child ?? I wonder if this may be left over internal persona's that we still have fumbling around deep down.

On that note, I often describe my conscious thought processes as involving a round table of associates. Each persona is but a different specialized cognitive process. They all chime in, yet I do the overall decision making.

Hmmm, yea, I'm thinking this is all tied in. Perhaps these little personas are taking on a mind of their own, and I haven't realized how much they've grown up over the years. . . hmmm, maybe this isn't all too good.

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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:30 PM
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Originally posted by moniesisfun
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Partial insanity is something I'm certainly not going to dismiss.

I've had periods of OCD like madness/rage directed towards people that seemed entirely reasonable from my standpoint, yet I could see it seeming like complete insanity from other people's limited perspective.

We could be partially insane, man.

I'm curious, do you also have splinter-savant skills?? As in, exceptional intuitive processes that come in handy and seem like "magic" to other people



It could be that we have a stronger connection to our subconscious. I often say that I operate mostly on a semi-conscious level when doing something which requires "flow".
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Yes I guess so, i gave up on a lot of psychic things I could do because I just couldn handle the bombardment of peoples emotions at me. but as far as those voices go no one can tell me they are my imagination, i,ve been doing this sort of thing for ages and if anyones crazy its mainstream society.

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posted on Oct, 27 2012 @ 07:39 PM
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Patriarchal cultures are certainly insane and unnecessary in the 21st century in most parts of the world. The social and political insanity follows the culture.

I did a ton of meditation as a child and had the exact same experiences, and even more bizarreness. I "opened up" to meditation about 6 years ago and had a ton of freaky experiences, so gave up all the beliefs and practices.

One thing to note is that meditation increases LLI. Low latent inhibition. It means you're opened up to a wider sensory experience. If you can't adequately process all the incoming data, it basically leads to psychosis. I test well into the "superior" category on an IQ test, and process hell-a-fast, but the amount of data I was taking in at one point was too much to bare. It's now died out a little bit, and I've also learned to adapt and process the information without the stress. It seems I first went through a period of madness, then became more intelligent/creative/intuitive.

I'm on the fence on this one. Is it merely a byproduct of sensory overload in some people
I don't know.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 04:30 AM
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Whatever it is, it certainly seems to be "not me" when I'm having the experience,

There... if you were one of the people conversing, you might switch between perspectives during the experience. But you say you are listening to them (whomever they are).

I wouldn't try to go there, I would avoid that "place" if I were you. It's not here and now, where you should be. Look at it like texting and walking down the street. You are unaware of the world around you. Stay in the here and now.

And People that hear voices don't usually hear them 24/7. It comes and goes. Usually when "tired" like you were saying about your "friend" or when about to fall asleep.

The question might be, is it getting worse over time or not?



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 04:51 AM
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Are you spending a lot of time in casinos? I ask due to your name, and money themed avatar. The places are jammed with radio interference. You can't operate the personal tracking-monitoring device when you're inside one either.

I always know when I'm going to be slammed with evangelism the next day, because I can sense the aura of the casino when the Jesus freak comes in, early in the morning. The aura sucks. The evangelism makes it suck even worse. There's stuff in casinos that you can't possibly filter out. To say the very least, there are mkultra devices beaming narrow, and wide. No law against it, you know.
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 07:26 AM
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I don't recall mentioning a "friend". It hasn't gotten worse or better. It has happened periodically usually coinciding with extreme stress. I would say the experiences average twice a year or so. I'm not hearing voices, man. The experience is distinctly different. They are inside my head, whereas a schizo perceives them as on the outside nearby. Not happening.

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No man. Everything written on the side of this online persona follows a pattern. It's referring to the illusion of the American Dream and it's inevitable outcome. That's all.
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 11:33 AM
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Originally posted by moniesisfun
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I don't recall mentioning a "friend". It hasn't gotten worse or better. It has happened periodically usually coinciding with extreme stress. I would say the experiences average twice a year or so. I'm not hearing voices, man. The experience is distinctly different. They are inside my head, whereas a schizo perceives them as on the outside nearby. Not happening.

This "friend".
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Unless thats you... and if it is... I know what that is like from many years of personal experience. That kind of extremestrungouttired is a result of like you said "days" of non stop. That leads to the dark side. So stop it. Or wind up in jail or graveyard.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 11:37 AM
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Ah, forgot that I mentioned that.

No, I don't abuse drugs. Never have, never will. That was a guy that I tried to help out, but he ended up being a major pain. I tried everything as a teenager, but never got addicted. Just occasional experimentation.

He wasn't simply "tired". He was up for at least a week, and was taking serious uppers and downers. That is, quite simply, idiotic. I'm not an idiot. My situation was completely different. Not being on hard uppers, or taking downers, not staying up for over a week...simply working hard physically, while emotionally and intellectually wearing myself out, combined with the occasional partial insomnia I experience.

Please quit trying to make it seem as if I'm talking about myself. I take offense to that. It is seriously a guy that I knew back from my days as a raver. I was one of the people who would partake in particular substances that weren't addictive, and be disheartened by the fools who would take the hard, super addictive stuff non-stop. A pyschonaut, if you will. That was over a decade ago. Way, way, way in my past.
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posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 03:04 PM
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Sorry I don't mean to offend you. I was just bouncing off stuff you said. Thanks for being civil.



posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 03:19 PM
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No problem, friend. You as well.





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