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Anyone know what “it’s your ticket” means?

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A nonstop voice I hear, a female, tells me all day everyday “Go to school! It’s your ticket! It’s your ticket!” I have no idea what that means. I don’t engage in conversations with these voices but was wondering if anyone ever hears anything similar to that terminology. It’s really bothering me because it’s non stop whereas other things I hear are more or less just commentary or chatter or clearly coming from what I perceive to be a very negative spirit or group of spirits (or other negative source) that I have trained myself to almost entirely block out. But this female is very loud and consistent. Thoughts?
 
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I've heard that phrase used before. It means its your ticket to a better life if you go to school. sort of like implying it is like a bus ticket to a better life. I think I heard the phrase used when someone got a good job. Somebody said its my ticket, meaning gettimg a good job is his ticket to a better life.
 
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I personally perceive it as something that gets you from point A to point B ;)
 
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I also have the opinion that when something is constantly screaming at you, it's probably with good reason...
 
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Well basically that's a good things, I mean man getting to schools and obtaining a degree indeed is your ticket to a better life. Well, you deserve what you are worth for and you obviously need to move yourself, I guess.

Now, here is how I understand is :

- someone around you might be looking badly at you and focusing on you like you need to take your chance for a better life. This people is strong in believing you does not understand her, so you need to integrate her message and move on that.
- that might be your voices that melt with this (earthy) people energy to tell you hearing them and understanding them might just be like a school / university of something you need to get connected to and obtain, just like a degree on earth but in heaven.

Everything they want will appears in your reality but also everything in your reality will appears in the spiritual planes because it's a 2 ways movements, both ascending and descending, so yeah it might be that it is a 2-level message being both a message to take them seriously and in the same time someone earthy messing with your school result. The reality has 3 planes (Spiritual, Mental and Physical) and everything is moving within an Unity both in ascending or descending movements (reality affect spiritual, spiritual affect reality), so what you hears will happens, what happens will be heard.



In either situation you need to handle it very very carefully and pay cautious not to get easily crushed into psychosis and misinterpretation and delusions. But it might be someone that agressively keep something on you and you telepathically notice it as an intrusion and injonction. That's how I understand it.

I hope it help.
 
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I think phrases of that sort are things your subconscious really wants you to hear. It could be tied to previous unechoed emotions you have about yourself or other things.

One for me was that I was a piece of shit. Although I’ve never called anyone a piece of shit or used the phrase myself, they seemed to love to call me a piece of shit. I now realize that it’s due to unechoed emotions I had about myself. Although confident, I always felt like a piece of shit for being such a disobedient teenager and making my mom suffer through my drug use.

They’re usually good for you though, regardless of tone or connotation. Mine helped me quit drugs and become a better person. Maybe yours are telling you that you’ve got it good with school.
 
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Auditory hallucinations and doing what they say rather than doing what you think you should do should probably be talked about with a therapist. Going back to school is an awesome idea for me because I love to learn. In order to even come close for untrained professionals such as nearly everyone here, we would need a lot more information than that. This is more of a support forum to share experiences and support each other. This is not a professional forum where Ph.D.s and MDs should be giving such advice as doing what your voice tells you. The most important thing you can do is to seek medical attention as fast as possible. This will play a major factor in how bad it will get and your ability to recover.
 
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I've heard that phrase used before. It means its your ticket to a better life if you go to school. sort of like implying it is like a bus ticket to a better life. I think I heard the phrase used when someone got a good job. Somebody said its my ticket, meaning gettimg a good job is his ticket to a better life.
That’s what I was thinking it means. But then I also hear a group referring to me as “their ticket”. How could I, personally, be a ticket for them in that meaning. Or maybe they are trying to throw me off. No clue. But as I speak she is still saying “Be brave. Go to school. It’s your ticket.” Thanks for your reply
 
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It is some form of an idiom. Maybe you can use the word "idiom" when searching for meanings that have ever been expressed in literature. The closest thing I could find is "That's the ticket!" which means "That is exactly the thing needed".
 
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Purely out of interest, could you tell us more about the voices saying you are their ticket...
 
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Purely out of interest, could you tell us more about the voices saying you are their ticket...
They’ll say “she’s our ticket” referring to me. One told me I “was worth the wait” after he mentioned the ticket thing. I’ll be in the grocery store or in public somewhere and it’s like a whole group of them all repeating “She’s our ticket”. I usually hear the bad ones on my right and the “good” ones on my left but sometimes that changes. Today instead of the female voice telling me to go to school and that’s my ticket it’s a man who calls himself Jason.
 
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Yes I do hear the good one on my left and the bad ones on my right too.
You need the bad one sometime because it's good to have people to see instead of being forced to virtue alone! lol the good one told me that i need to "let them have some bad one to see"
 
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What do the ones on the left generally have to say? I have had a voice in my left ear, which generally helps me to make sense of things...
 
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It’s always someone telling me to be brave and go to school because it’s my “ticket”. They won’t put it any other way. Other than that they will tell me I look beautiful or make me feel good about myself then go right back into the ticket thing
 
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The interesting thing is one of the ones that tells me to go to school is someone who calls herself my sister and her name is “Taylor”. Years later I found out that my mother lost a baby girl. A miscarriage at almost full term and she calls that baby “Taylor” 😧 I would never tell my mother these things but that gives me the chills
 
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