Tinitus - Woke up to Monk Chanting Music

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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:07 PM
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I know someone who had a tooth pulled and the sound went away. He figured it was the metal in the tooth. That sound was in one ear though, not in the center of the head.

If the brain starts filtering out the tinitus, then that spectrum of hearing is gone. Even hearing loss can be from a filter problem in the brain.




posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:08 PM
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How beautiful how very exquisite for you.

Do you have close loved ones who are close to crossing over?

This happened the night my Mom passed with me also, however I keep the experience tucked deep within the Temple of my soul.

Beautiful for you.

Be sure and listen to all the chanting you can right now it will empower you and help remind you of exactly how divine you really are, right now, exactly as you are.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:12 PM
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Maybe your a dragonborn and the monks were summoning you to their temple thing to learn stuff!?!?!?!?!

I used to be a traveler like you, then i took an arrow to the knee.
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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:13 PM
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Originally posted by rickymouse
I know someone who had a tooth pulled and the sound went away. He figured it was the metal in the tooth. That sound was in one ear though, not in the center of the head.

If the brain starts filtering out the tinitus, then that spectrum of hearing is gone. Even hearing loss can be from a filter problem in the brain.


I've given some consideration to the mercury fillings in my mouth. But after the ENT and other specialists, I'm sure it's my hearing. The spectrum of my hearing loss is the higher frequencies. Which doesn't make much sense to me, because I'm highly sensitive to shill noises. Women's voices drive me nuts if to high. Like chalk on a board.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:17 PM
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Almost all of my family have passed over. Lost most of them when I was 12. I'm now much older and have very few relatives to count on one hand. Not even that.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:19 PM
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Oh, I remember dungeons and dragons back in the eighties!



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:46 PM
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I too have woken to the sound of chanting. I often have OBE's, one morning I woke up to the sound of a chant, with my eyes closed I layed there waking up trying to identify the noise, and realised I was the one chanting. I was saying "OMMMMMMMM, OMNI OMNI OMNI OMMMMMMMM,.... Repeated it about three times before I realised it was me. Once I became aware, the vibrations for the OBE started, then blast off about five seconds later. I have never chanted Om, or heard the chant I was speaking until that morning. I would like to add, I was in a dream that I can't remember at the moment, but I literally woke up to the sound of my self chanting, dream ended, blackness from my eyes closed, fully able to think. Even if I still had '___' running through my body, I don't understand why my body would have chosen that specific phrase to chant, while my brain is fully occupied with a dream, and continue after awakening.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:06 PM
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Your account is very interesting. A bit different than my own. The chanting I heard was definitely outside myself. It grew from a calm chant to one that had a multitude of voices. It was very loud.

I'm not sure how I would react if I realized it came from my own voice. I can barely barely whistle much less chant. The chanting in my case was well orchestrated.

I would like to hear more about your experience.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:19 PM
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There isnt much more I could tell about that specific experience, I do have a few similar experiences I could speak on.

There was a couple month period where I thought I had exploding head syndrome, I would wake up to what sounded like a shot gun going off by my ear. This happend about two years ago, off and on for maybe three, four, months. No explosions since then.

I was in the military for over six years, and I am a service connected vet with 10% disability, for Tinitus.

I dont always have ringing in my ears, but I do have extreme sensativity to higher frequencies.

Also, often hear voices that arn't there, usually sounding like a crowed of conversations, I am unable to focus in on any of the conversations to understand any dialog.

I have a bad habbit of focusing really hard on quiet sounds while sleeping, I would rather have TV volume loud when sleeping, rather than turned down, if its down, my attention will be so strong trying to listen to the low sound that I will be unable to sleep.

Just a few audible related thoughts.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:27 PM
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I find it strange too! I have heard the chanting monks a few times. I believe you because I've experienced it as well. I'm just not sure what all this music is supposed to be.
Something like chanting monks is very specific, instead of say, the rushing ocean waves.

why, why why
Seems like it would be important. I wish I knew!



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 10:32 AM
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I also have tinnitus, which I consider to be fairly mild, but I do require a fan on or some kind of background noise otherwise the noise in my ears gets too loud and uncomfortable.

So white noise is almost always happening around me, and I don't know if it is the white noise or my tinnitus that causes this... but I too often hear music. Several times a week I find myself switching off the fans to listen and see if the music is real or just a product of my tinnitus or white noise. The music disappears when the fan turns off.

I used to accuse my husband of being crazy for not hearing the "neighbors playing loud music" until I realized that... um... no, it was all in my head. (Sorry, honey.
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I always assumed the white noise was making some sort of audio matrixing, but it is really remarkable how much it sounds like real music. To me, it usually sounds like rock music or sometimes big band. I've also heard voices in the white noise, but not voices where you can understand words. More like it sounds like your neighbors are having a conversation outside on your lawn. This too I attributed to matrixing.

I personally don't believe there is anything paranormal about my experiences with hearing music and voices in the fan noise. I could very well be wrong, but I assume it's just part of my particular brand of tinnitus.

Great thread, thanks for posting.



Oh, and I found a couple of websites about this phenomenon:
Musical Ear Syndrome
Musical Hallucination


From BTA website:




What is it?

Musical hallucination (MH) is the experience of hearing music when none is being played. Hearing sound that no-one else can hear is quite common, but the experience is normally of a simple sound such as a buzzing, ringing, or sizzling: this is known as tinnitus. In a small number of people however, these experiences can be more complex and emotive, and music can be heard.

What is it like?

Musical hallucinations have a compelling sense of reality and are often mistaken for real music until it becomes clear that none is being played. This is especially true when they are experienced for the first time. They are typically heard as short fragments of simple melodies - often from music heard regularly and familiar from youth, and especially from hymns and carols. Individuals with hearing loss sometimes notice that the music in these hallucinations sounds as it did when it was first heard and not how it would with their current level of hearing.


Who gets it?

Although anyone can experience MH, it is more common in women than in men, as well as in those over 60 years of age. Individuals who live alone, and those with hearing loss are also more likely to experience MH.


What causes it?

In most individuals with MH there is no underlying cause found; however MH can sometimes be caused by serious conditions. Very rarely, it can be caused by problems with the blood vessels in the brain or by brain tumours. In these conditions there are likely to be other symptoms, but your doctor might choose to perform some investigations to rule them out. MH is also more common in individuals who have epilepsy or Alzheimer’s disease. It is therefore very important to mention to your doctor if you have MH and experience changes in your vision, dizziness, severe headaches, problems with your speech or difficulties with movements.

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posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 12:58 PM
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Originally posted by SinMaker

Originally posted by Whateva69

Originally posted by LittleByLittle

I think your pineal gland is starting to work but I might be wrong. Have fun
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Im with LittleBylittle on this. prepare to be amazed, to feel and be truly loved and sometimes even overwhelmed.

Love and harmony
Whateva
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I would be so unworthy of such a thing. Sure wouldn't mind having a little bit more understanding and awareness, but please God, I don't want anything that will make feel uncomfortable. I need to look into the Pineal gland a little more. My understanding of it is scant. Thanks, I'll be doing some research on that.


You do not need to be so hard on yourself. You might be temporarily worse that you normally would be due to circumstances. This place is not easy and I am frankly sometimes here a bit of an asshole (within reason). But I have my reasons.
. Try to sometimes not take this place to serious. This place is pain in the side sometimes but you are not the reason for it by yourself. It is humanity as a whole that makes this place suck sometimes.



Frankly I do not really understand the technical stuff about the pineal gland myself. What I would not give for an owners manual for this body so I could look under the hood to really figure out how it works.



posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 05:06 PM
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Thank you for all your replies. I'm going to do some more research. Especially the one that indicated that one third of people that hear music may have some form of epilepsy. I'm not sold on the new age, but still worth a look. I'm not closed minded to anything. I'm here right? LOL



posted on Mar, 15 2013 @ 07:46 AM
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Originally posted by SinMaker
Thank you for all your replies. I'm going to do some more research. Especially the one that indicated that one third of people that hear music may have some form of epilepsy. I'm not sold on the new age, but still worth a look. I'm not closed minded to anything. I'm here right? LOL


It is nothing new about it at all and you can clearly see the information thru history about the allseeing eye . The difference in this age is that mostly religions are not allowed to hurt people who seeks answers themselves directly from the source than thru wattered down understanding and a spoonfull of dogma, and that makes things that was before spoken in secret rooms are today hiding in plain sight waiting for people to notice it.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 12:04 AM
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so i have had tinnitus too... ringing in the ears was constant.. i was at my wits end when i read an article about aspertame poisoning and i had all the symptoms including tinnitus. I quit drinking pop that day and guess what.. almost exactly 2 weeks later... no tinnitus... crazy but true story.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 04:32 AM
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Wow, I had no idea aspertame could cause tinitus, good thing I avoid it like the plague. Sorry to go off topic but does anyone know where I can find gum with no aspertame?



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 10:27 PM
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Originally posted by gnosticagnostic
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so i have had tinnitus too... ringing in the ears was constant.. i was at my wits end when i read an article about aspertame poisoning and i had all the symptoms including tinnitus. I quit drinking pop that day and guess what.. almost exactly 2 weeks later... no tinnitus... crazy but true story.


Well.....I won't discount your story. But I not only worked in a loud environment in the military, but also the businesses that I grew. Manufacturing businesses can wreak havoc on the ears.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 10:38 PM
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Originally posted by gnosticagnostic
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so i have had tinnitus too... ringing in the ears was constant.. i was at my wits end when i read an article about aspertame poisoning and i had all the symptoms including tinnitus. I quit drinking pop that day and guess what.. almost exactly 2 weeks later... no tinnitus... crazy but true story.


That's interesting, I read about the tinnitus and aspertame but blew it off. It doesn't apply to me cause I don't do much aspertame at all. I like hearing about real life experiences with things working. I wish I could give you five stars on that post. I'm going to research the other brain chemicals also and see what kind of imbalances with them can do for tinnitus. Mine gets louder when I eat very sugary foods.



posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:01 PM
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well unfortunately your damage is probably permanent since it's due to loud noises and damage to the ear...



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:14 AM
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Originally posted by SinMaker
In dealing with my tinnitus, I have never heard chanting music ever. Usually it sounds more like orchestra or big band. The coincidence is just too spooky.


I once read Tinnitus means you are aligned with a different energy vibration frequency than people who are not labled with having Tinnitus. It's like our surroundings are consisting of a variety of energy vibrational frequencies (sorry, I am not a native English speaker and sometimes getting into specific detail makes it hard to find the perfect words, sheesh! ;-)) it's like we are like a radio and pick up on only one frequency at a time, and most of us humans are aligned with a specific frequency that we call "reality" or "normal" (like not hearing sounds in your ears when no radio is on etc.) But dogs for instance do hear things we don't, they are aligned with a different energy frequency and for them it is just as real.

Maybe it would be interesting to think about what you have been focused on lately, did you for instance think about monks or relegion or plain mediation or Tibet or, I don't know, there are so many things that could connect you with such a thing and given that you probably think more focused about your hearing, you have easier access
... and for some reason you picked up on a sound frequency that is always there but just not available for all of us because we are too used to and focused on our so-called "normal" silence.

I love that thought of sound being there that we (usually) can't hear. And thinking about for how many thousands of years monks have been chanting ... why not should their voices still be out there flowting around like the wind in the trees. When they chant they are so focused and it's mostly a group of them and they always (I think) do it with the best intentions. Wouldn't it be nice if something like that just lives forever?


Peace.





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