Has anyone else experienced a strange high pitched buzzing/ roaring sound during meditation or Astral projection? If so, do you know what causes it?

Thanks in advance!
* I know I’ve asked this question before, I just wanted to see if I could get some more answers.

Also, to those who do not believe in this ability, I’d appreciate if you’d not answer my question.
Thanks for your time! 😉

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  • i have experienced it also. i suggest you google search “sound of an mri”.

    lots of interesting things could be the cause, apparently its in the high end radio wave part of the spectrum, so you are picking up on those spectrums.

    apparently some ‘aliens’ are supposed to use this type of communication band to transmit through higher dimensions.

    dunno, check the sound and see if it is the same. there is also stuff talking about DMT.

  • I found your page by asking the same question on Google. I have observed this phenomenon for years and have yet to figure it out. I have learned to use it from time to time as a focal point.

    I know that it is a sound not perceived my the ears. It is deeper. In fact I have created myown sound deprivation environment to block all exterior sound that allows me to observe it more closely. It registers deeper and expands when used as a focal point.

    After focused meditation on it many times, I know that it is more than one tone. It is many and they are in octaves.

    For now I consider it just part of source and call it the song of the universe. If you find more info on it, I would sure like to hear it.

    • It some spiritual traditions it is called the sound current. It is an inner vibration, not a physical sound, but somehow your nervous system perceives it. I noticed it when I began meditating deeply and now the sound is always perceivable. I don’t know about astral projection.

  • well i asked jason my spirt guide and he told me when your concentrating hard enogh when u astral project you can here your spirt guide talking ot you, since im now able to call myself psyhic, which i have had these lets say ablities for going on 4 years now, i have been able to hear jason (my spirt guide) so i dont hear a high pitch noise i used ot b4 i got good enough to actually here him.

  • Yes. I have. I couldn’t say for sure, what you’re hearing, is such as that which I’ve heard, but if it is, you should seek an enlightened Guru to initiate you: I presume that you are a yogin, and are practicing yoga; if not, you should explore this wonderful, ancient science.

    The kind of sound that I’m referring to, in yoga, is termed “anahata nada”(or nadam): these are Sanskrit words(am unable to type in their diacritical markings) = “sound without instrument”.

    The sound is coming from the mind; has nothing to do with ones physical hearing apparatus.

    One of my two former Gurus, was a Hindu(a Brahman)by the name of Dr. Rammurti S. Mishra, M.D.: held multiple medical degrees(nero-surgeon, endocrinologist, psychiatrist – he collected degrees)and a Sanskrit scholar.

    He authored three books on the subject of meta-physics. The first, “Fundamentals of Yoga” was on a best seller list for years, back in the 50-60’s or there abouts. He died in 1993, but I think there is still an article about him on the Internet: just type in his name as above.

    If you can check out “Fundamentals of Yoga” from the library, or possibly order it from Amazon.com, chapter #-28 entitled “Anahata Nadam-OM-Sphotam” is most informative about “transcendental” sound.

    Good luck,

    Alberich

    P.S.-“Check Spelling” was unavailable when I wrote this; and I’m too tired to consult the dictionary. So, apologize for any misspellings.

  • I’ve practiced deep meditation before, and I think the vibrations we experience are a sort of “white noise” produced by the brain when all external stimuli are cut off. It’s much like the high-pitched tinnitus you hear if you completely cover your ears and concentrate. The neurons themselves will produce signals even if there is no external sensory input.

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