Often this comes and goes: I will hear/sense a static like sound, or frequency of energy around my head. It deffiiniltly “sounds” like a very refined and concentrated static. I have no clue what this is. t comes and goes, but is around me more and longer when im in bed going to sleep.
Gilbert, your so0o funny dude! I would laugh at you, but i’m not a negative person.

I am well aware of the BUZZzZz of tvs. and electronic omitted sounds. I dont watch tv. I dont drink often.

This static comes and goes, so why would it be electronics?

I think it is negative entities attempting to sap energy. So I must make my counscious mind clear that I WILL NOT allow these entities to take advantage of MY energy. I think this is more accurate?
I do have Tinnitis, but this static is different. Its an energy that comes and goes, as if I were a radio and someone “tunes” into my frequency. Or is trying to contact me, like channeling
THE VOICE OF MY HIGHER SELF IS A METAPHOR . . . FYI I’m not hearing actual voices . . .I sense an energy.


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  • I ‘hear’ energy every night. i do not hear voices but i sense energy. I am now hearing it sometimes during the day too. I think this is to do with the love vibrations and where you currently are with The dark night of the soul or ascension. Not everyone understands me, in fact i deal with it alone so if anyone is experiencing the same, please get in touch.

  • You may be drinking too much coffee, experiencing some physical symptoms of anxiety or suddenly taking more notice and/or overreacting to natural body systems.

    Why would you think you are hearing a ‘voice?’ Are you around people who think hearing voices means God is using them in a special way? There are many of those taking medication at mental hospitals. Do not go there, there is nothing good about developing your brain to be abnormal. Relax, life is just life and no one is more special than anyone else.

  • Your like a radio your off channel. Meditate a little try and relax and listen. Changing your body vibration with meditation will tune you in.

  • turn off all electronics in your bedroom: TVs, Alarm clocks, Radios, computers, everything and listen if you still hear the static when you go to sleep.

    Electronics often emit a sound some people (mostly young people) but not everyone can hear (very low or high in the audible spectrum) so it could be that.

    if you still hear it with all electronics turns off I have no idea

  • Probably not your higher self..

    It is really nothing good and you gotta hope it does not get worse..

    Love

    Violet flame rules

  • You suffer from omenosis

    Omenosis:

    (From Latin omen (“‘foreboding, omen’”) and (pathology) “osis” used to form the names of any functional disorder of various parts of the body and mind, as in Psychosis.) Together, it is a term to denote the pathology behind religion and or religiosity.

    Originally coined to refer to a broad range of dissorders that give rise to and sustain religious beliefs; echolalia, schizophrenia, stunted moral development under kholbergs theory of moral development, low IQ, god helmet, god gene, defense mechanism for fear of death, internalized conformity, all refer to the catch all term: omenosis.

    It is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a mental disorder characterized by abnormalities in the perception or expression of reality. Distortions in perception may affect all five senses, including sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch, but most commonly manifest as “spiritual experiences,” paranoid or bizarre delusions, dreams and visions of gods and demons, or disorganized speech and logic with significant social or occupational disruption. Onset of symptoms typically occurs in young adulthood during childhood indoctrination, with approximately 98.4—99.3% of the population affected. Diagnosis is based on the patients self-reported “experiences” and observed behavior. No laboratory test for Omenosis currently exists.

    In its narrowest sense, Omenosis deals more with how religious a person is, and less with what religion a person has(in terms of belief in certain gods, practicing certain rituals, belief in the transcendent, experiencing magic, believing in psychic abilities, belief in a soul, retelling certain myths, revering certain symbols, belief in the “sacred” or accepting certain doctrines about deities and afterlife).

    Studies suggest that genetics, early environment, neurobiology, psychological and social processes are important contributory factors; some recreational and prescription drugs appear to cause or worsen symptoms. Current psychiatric research is focused on the role of neurobiology, but no single organic cause has been found. Due to the many possible combinations of symptoms, there is debate about whether the diagnosis represents a single disorder or a number of discrete syndromes.
    Paul Kurtz and others have endorsed the idea that major religious figures experienced omenosis psychosis – heard voices and displayed delusions of grandeur. Despite its etymology, Omenosis is not the same as dissociative identity disorder, previously known as multiple personality disorder or split personality, with which it has been erroneously confused.
    Psychohistorians, on the other hand, accept the psychiatric diagnoses. However, unlike the current medical model of mental disorders they may argue that poor parenting in religious societies causes the religious persons schizoid personality.
    Julian Jaynes in his book The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind; he proposed that until the beginning of historic times, schizophrenia or a similar condition was the normal state of human consciousness.[140] This would take the form of a “bicameral mind” where a normal state of low affect, suitable for routine activities, would be interrupted in moments of crisis by “mysterious voices” giving instructions, which early people characterized as interventions from the gods

    Increased dopamine activity in the mesolimbic pathway of the brain is consistently found in religious individuals. The mainstay of treatment is anti-psychotic medication; this type of drug primarily works by suppressing dopamine activity. Dosages of anti-psychotics are generally lower than in the early decades of their use. Psychotherapy, and vocational and social rehabilitation are also important. In more serious cases–where there is risk to self and others–involuntary hospitalization may be necessary, although hospital stays are less frequent and for shorter periods than they were in previous times.

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