posted on Oct, 17 2012 @ 04:42 AM
I've been pondering a long time why I get the creeps of certain sounds and surroundings. For instance, when I here metals (like forks and knives) rub
into each other I instantly get goose bumps and all my 'strengths' are gone. It's even worse with a metal and a rough ceramic plate even though the
sound doesn't perfectly match to the previous. I just feel very vulnerable at that moment.
There's another sound that gives me the creeps too. When someone is picking dirt with the thumbnail underneath another nail, if the nails are pushed
together with a small force, at the moment the nails separate, there is a small, small sound of a snap. That little sound raises my blood pressure
through the roof instantaneously... Somehow I get a feeling of breaking bones. Okey, I might be weird, I'm willing to accept that... but, I know
there are others with much more creepier dislikes.
And then there are the phobias. I am well aware that they might have been caused by dramatic events or suggestion in some sort, but... what if there
would be another explanation?
First the sounds, think of it like this. If we believe in a journey of the soul, well then we have to physically die at some moment for the soul to
continue. At that moment the soul is still attached to us, and feeling everything, memorizing. What if the moment of death is in fact a very audible
event, and so intens that it travels along to our next physical life? And these weird reactions to sounds are just a flashback to that particular
moment? And about the phobias, what if they tell you under which circumstances you died previously?
I'm not counting for them all to be a result of that, so spare me the clown sceneries
I'm looking forward to read your opinions!