Without a doubt, the noises (hums of varying degrees of loudness and pitch) are signals to me...without a doubt. Believe me when I say that I have tested everything I know how to test in every way I know possible to test these types of psi things...BECAUSE, I started my psi life in total disbelief and denial.From a spiritualist point of view, it could easily be said to be your mind using one of the senses to tell you something
What about the noises we hear being that of time shifting/entering another dimension??? Anyone have any thoughts about this??Seriously, I'm reminded of that Star Trek episode where some of the crew is suddenly sped up and become invisible to the remainder of the crew except for the occasional buzzing noise by their ears. (This would be the ancient, original Star Trek for you newbies out there) and I've often wondered if people sort of 'time shift' or phase into a different frequency than those around them and suddenly just disappear from view? They aren't really gone, just out of phase?....
Are you sure you don't have any snakes around?
I'd always associated a buzzing sound as a prelude to OBEs. I found that kundalini activations were useful for that. After running that high voltage electric current up and down between the bottom of the spine and the head a number of cycles, it was easy to float out. Eventually just awakening it without moving it around was enough.
I also experienced that interesting phenomenon where you don't actually leave the body but your vision seems to somehow get situated outside of you and you can look at yourself from some distance away. This can easily get confused with OBEs.
This, as I mentioned, is my experience with the qualities/rates of vibrations...Seth actually said that had something to do with your state of consciousness at that moment, wish I could remember the detail; in any case, more 'awareness' tends to increase the 'tones'.
heh heh.... sure ya have... as I recall, the 'Entrainment & Masking' thread was full of hissing... smiling big hereBut I've never heard of "hissing" before this thread.
The Bells of Paradise
Using Sound to Unlock Your Intuition
"I hear bells of paradise,
I hear them ring..."
Sound is extremely important to metaphysical and spiritual traditions throughout the world. Often, before an important insight is received or when we open to a spiritual experience, a sound is heard. This sound may whisper quietly or ring softly in your ear but, in some instances, it can be like a torrential downpour.
In the Western/Christian spiritual traditions, this sound is referred to poetically as the Bells of Paradise, or the trumpeting before the gates, the sound of mighty waters.
In Hindu/Yogic mystical traditions, this is the primal sound, the eternal OM. It is Krishna's flute silently calling to the devout.
This sound can be an important key to unlocking your natural intuition. It is associated with the sixth chakra, the subtle energy center called the spiritual eye of intuition.
The spiritual eye perceives the subtle light of creation. Through it, you can catch glimpses of past events, current patterns in people's lives, and likely outcomes in the future. This third eye is energetically located between the eyebrows. The spiritual eye is described as the solar or masculine side of the sixth chakra.
The sound you hear is usually deeper within the head, often at the base of the skull. It is the lunar or feminine pole of this chakra.
The more harmonious and open this energy center becomes, the more aware you become of the intuitive "movies" quietly playing before your vision.
But how do you learn to hear this sound if you're not already doing it? How do you hear a sound without an obvious source?
The key is silence, inner silence. Outer silence helps too, but sometimes awareness of the sound can be induced by mimicking it outwardly.
Try the following exercises until you find the one that best helps you to hear the sound.
Ring a small dinner bell softly until you hear its pure tone hanging in the air. Then set the bell down, close your eyes, and draw the resonance into you. Practice listening intently until you hear the soft tone within you.
Sit by the bank of a small stream or creek. Let the sound of the moving water wash through you. Do you hear a similar sound within you answering?
Listen to the symphony of crickets at night, if you have them in your area.
Wake up early and listen to the bright chattering of birds greeting the dawn.
If it snows in your area, stand in a field or empty lot while the snow falls all around you. The deep silence that falling snow creates can bring about awareness of this sound.
Do these exercises and listen quietly, without rambling thoughts. Some people will hear the sound almost immediately. Others will need to practice patiently, but it will come.
At first, the tone will sound far away, barely audible, like static, like the white noise of a television channel with no station on it. You may hear it first within one ear more than the other. When you first become aware of the sound, you may feel that the pressure shifted in your head, like you've just yawned or stepped out of a swimming pool.
Try to pinpoint the sound. Where does it seem to emanate from within you? Most people come to identify it as coming from the base of the skull.
Practice refining the sound. Learn to tune into it more clearly. The static-like quality will change when you really listen to a more pure, resonant tone.
As you learn to do this, let the sound permeate your entire awareness, ringing quietly through your body and your mind. Breathe in this silent sound. With each inward breath, draw the sound deeply into your being. And with each exhale, feel its ringing resonance within you. This sound can quiet and purify, slowly blessing you with more clarity on all levels.
As you practice these exercises and meditations, your thoughts will hold more clarity and your "guesses" more accuracy. This is the beginning of intuition. With more practice, you may start to catch pictures and moving images playing before your eyes; you may even hear words spoken quietly in your inner ear.
This isn't as strange as it may sound. Remember that everyone is born with intuition, but most of the time we are not taught how to use it.