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Communications with ear whistling

Mr.NiceGuy

Mr.NiceGuy

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I have created a series of experiments that I want people to try.
I have successfully recorded voluntary short tones of whistling in the ears that can be played back over and over again using a earpiece headphone as a microphone, a small digital recorder, and recording program Audacity. I am able to manipulate the whistling sound in my ears into short tones and a faint sound of the whistling is heard at the moment that I attempted it. I also recorded three and a half hours of activity in the ear while I slept which I indeed found patterns in the recording and an interval of six minutes of involuntary unexplained sounds.

Manipulating the whistling in the ears into short tones is a practice. It requires a person to go into a meditative like state in a silent room, listen for the whistling, than manipulate it by controlling the amount released. Yawning and other simple things cause whistling in the ears. One's own thoughts can lead them into emotional unrest where I've noticed a whistling occurrs as if it wants to block those thoughts. Once you hear this sort of whistling you can make it again for a short while after on command.

I observed that an animal such as a cat sitting very still will move it’s head right after a voluntary short tone in the ear. I have also noticed whistling communication between cars on the road. I am not totally sure how far this whistling can travel. I did experiments where my participant listened for the whistling in the silence and I attempted it. Watching a timer, we were able to match up when the other person attempted it 9 times out of 10!

My theory is that gravity waves are responsible for the communication. The vestibular, the ear’s balance system, receives changes in the atmosphere related to the sound waves of another person's vestibular. The vibration is amplified and occurs in both the vestibular and in the adjacent cochlea which causes the whistling. The ears balance system is closely related to emotions caused by thoughts and other things. It can be observed that a change in emotion sometimes causes the balance system to start circulating in an unpleasant way. The balance system is also connected to sleeping and the subconcious which can be observed just before falling asleep. An involuntary vestibular language may be discernible while a person sleeps and converted into visual broadcast by a computer program.

Hallucinating is also possible in the ears balance system. I have the ability to bring out a voice of a hallucination I suffered from for months a year ago. I can bring out the voice in the surrounding sound vibrations. I cannot get it to produce a voluntary whistling noise though. It is similar to hearing a voice in fan, and turning the fan off to get it to go away.

A person’s honest response to interrogation may be recorded by recording dreams and subconscious responses. Subconscious damage that is proven to be un-necessary or greedy and otherwise victimizing may be recorded right after it happens and reported.

There also may be a therapeutic effect to ear whistling where voluntarily calling on one's own vestibular a involuntary response can sometimes be observed. Calling on it can be helpful in treating schizoid, depression, and other mental illnesses.

One thing you can observe is that by using an online tone generator like this one [moderated] and mimicking the sound of your ears, in order to be audible the sound from your speakers has to be turned up and even when its barely audible from 3 feet you can hold it up to your ear and its much louder, and most importantly much louder then the sound that will appear on a recording of voluntary ear whistling. This makes for a good arguement that your cochlea doesn't hear the whistling when you hear it from other people at work or with your cat, but instead is received as a pressure in the atmosphere by your vestibular that causes a a strain throughout the entire bony labyrinth which causes a whistling.
 
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shojostar

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how do you make your ears whistle, this is what i am trying to figure out.

I would like to try this myself as a sort of meditation, meaning that I would control the whistling into a pattern or soemthing like that for meditation.

edit: nevermind, i read the second paragraph now. I will try this out, thank you.
 
truthistruth

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That sounds like an interesting experiment. Do you think perhaps you might have Tinnitus?
I have Misophonia, so I wonder if an experiment like that would help reduce my Misophonia, being that there's no actual cure for it yet, and very few clinics nationwide to treat the Syndrome. But, there is treatments/tests/experiments that help minimize the torture of living with Misophonia, and that I've heard of, through much research and participation in different forums/groups --there has been 2 people actually healed from Misophonia. I'm the number is higher, but as far as I have knowledge through the resources I have attained, I only know of two people. Also, one particular treatment might work for one sufferer but not the next fella, so it's more of a hit or miss application on "treatment" options, unfortunately.
 
Mr.NiceGuy

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I don't understand is misophonia caused by hallucinating or do some people have some weird trigger word like a dog?
 
Mr.NiceGuy

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There are many situations in public that cause fleeting tinnitus that one can experiment with emulating voluntary fleeting tinnitus, example holding the door for someone, or walking in close range. Voluntary fleeting tinnitus seems to add a sort of anxiety to what your saying if you do it carelessly but can look pretty clever if you plan it right.
 
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