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The noises are the sounds you make. Your body has it's own electrical current, your blood still moves, muscles twitch etc. Some people hear their own currents.
That is what you are hearing.
Originally posted by noslenwerd
you can hear almost a kinda of "pulsating ringing" in your ear... Does this correspond to the "vibrational" state we are in? Is there any reason for this little bit of a ringing noise? Does it mean anything? Am i looking into this to much?
Tinnitus is a phenomenon of the nervous system connected to the ear, characterised by perception of a ringing or beating sound (often perceived as sinusoidal) with no external source. This sound may be quiet, or loud enough to drown out all outside sounds.
Originally posted by Djarums
Lots of people have this, it's just sometimes hard to express and describe so others might not know exactly what you're talking about.