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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    It's normal.
    awesome...whew.

    so...is it like just vivid memory you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    scanning it now thanks. it is interesting they used the tetris example. i had that experience after playing video games a lot. i don't think that's uncommon at all...but the other experiences aren't necessarily when i'm half asleep either sometimes i'm completely awake....interesting tho, thanks for posting it.
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    cool link.

    i keep sounding like some druggie (haven't done anything for at least a dozen yrs), but i remember it was easy getting into that state much more easily when stoned. people just called it "nodding".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    oh i've heard loud bells and humming sounds too!
    THis can be a sign of sinusitis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    so yeah maybe this is normal or maybe i'm a little bit nuts but...

    have you ever experienced auditory hallucinations?

    unfortunately mine are not very interesting but i occasionally hear what i can only assume is like sound memory...like when i go to sleep i lie in my bed and think i hear the tv on in the other room. it's usually like a late night talk show like letterman or something. with monologue and laughter and sometimes i hear music...like it's in the other room and it's usually classical or heavy metal for some reason haha

    and then last night before going to bed i was outside kinda looking at the sky and the moon was big and surrounded by fast moving clouds framed by tall pine trees blowing in the wind.

    i went to bed and closed my eyes and all i could see was that. plain as i saw it outside except in much closer focus...the trees blowing in the wind and the clouds moving like smoke and it tripped me out because i couldn't make it go away and it pissed me off because i was tryin to sleep.

    so...nuts? kinda? or...is it just some odd memory thing that a lot of people experience?
    Auditory hallucinations can be a symptom of schizophrenia, but there are many causes of them I am sure.

    I have had visual hallucinations before of a few different varieties.

    The most common are when I am really focused on things for hours and out of nowhere my eyes catch a glimpse of something obscure. Sometimes this also happens via peripheral vision, it actually happened today in my den as I was studying.

    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    I used to have a fan that made me hear music, like a radio was on in the next room. There was something about the white noise that came out of that thing that made me hear an orchestra.
    And I loved it. It was very soothing to me.
    I wish I still had it...
    Are you sure it wasn't RFI? (Radio Frequency Interference)

    I had a pair of speakers once that picked up the frequency of a radio station and when the speakers had no direct signal from the receiver, I would hear very faint classical music, as you did with that fan. Alot of devices pick up RFI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Auditory hallucinations can be a symptom of schizophrenia, but there are many causes of them I am sure.

    I have had visual hallucinations before of a few different varieties.

    The most common are when I am really focused on things for hours and out of nowhere my eyes catch a glimpse of something obscure. Sometimes this also happens via peripheral vision, it actually happened today in my den as I was studying.



    Are you sure it wasn't RFI? (Radio Frequency Interference)

    I had a pair of speakers once that picked up the frequency of a radio station and when the speakers had no direct signal from the receiver, I would hear very faint classical music, as you did with that fan. Alot of devices pick up RFI.
    oh don't say that...i have a crazy irrational fear of becoming insane at some point.

    shush don't say that. i wasn't talking to you. don't tell them that. don't laugh at me! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    oh i've heard loud bells and humming sounds too!
    i think its because blood sugar levels dropping down too fast

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    i always hear crazy ****. i swear one night when i was laying in bed the front door of my house smashed open and slammed shut. wheres my bedroom? right fcuking next to the front door of my house. i was scared to death.
    other than that i definatly recall hearing stuff that isnt really there. just little things that are kind of conditioned into my everyday life, and when theyre not there i still assume they are
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    I can only remember one instance of hallucinating but it was extremely vivid and realistic. Of course, I was severely sleep deprived for days before that.
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