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BrianHorlicks

BrianHorlicks

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Hello.
I want to explain something,
All of you are hearing voices,
You are not,
insane,
Mad,
Or,
with ever,
your doctor,
or psych,
Or what ever meds your on,
BUT,
have any of you considered this,
Your hearing voices,
Because,
You could be,
psychic,
Or,
Clarvoinet?
I am,
I hear voices,
Between drifting off to sleep,
And r.e.m.
I still do,
BUT
I am in control.
I decide what I hear.
Please think about this.
Thank you.
 
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Eigau

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Thank you Brian. It was something that came up in the early days, but was eventually ruled out by examining th evidence in a clear and logical manner. I don't doubt there are some people who are clairvoyant, but in my case it is not.
 
BrianHorlicks

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Thank you Brian. It was something that came up in the early days, but was eventually ruled out by examining th evidence in a clear and logical manner. I don't doubt there are some people who are clairvoyant, but in my case it is not.
So,
You have never been near anyone,
And they've heard what you've said in your head?
Even though you've not spoken?
Been somewhere, or situation,
And been there before,
even though it's the first time it's happened?

It's okay, though,
It was only a thought.
 
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Eigau

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I believe that the mind has the inbuilt ability to see further than our eyes and contains a tonne of unconscious memories and information that we are unaware of normally. I believe that voices help us tap into that storehouse when we have gained enough insight.

I do believe there are some people who claim to be psychic, but are using a technique called cold reading and the good ones may use the power of suggestion along with it.
 
student12

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well maybe i have voices because its the only thing i have. i have no one else to converse with so i might as well talk to my voices. i am sorry if this sounds needy or clingy or whatever. but its seems like i have nothing to do i am uninspired and cant think of what to write and i still not working. its like people just forgot the fact that i exist so i will talk to my voices as there are the only thing i have for now. thank you. now if you all will excuse me i have to go and talk to my voices again or go and drop dead.:mad:

I am not this fancy term that the op think i am just a lonely needy ass pathetic person.
 
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thrill

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I once read that voices are different from one particular diagnosis to the other. example....... the contexed and intricacies of voices seen in BPD are different from the onse found in depression, schizophrenia ext.........
 
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I get that or something like it. I'm thinking of something and then the person I'm with will say it. I had a friend once and we could literally say what each other was thinking. Or, the TV is on and whatever I think of, they start talking about. I have dreams and nightmares that come true. It's too much to be a déjà vu. The chlorpromazine makes me so dull that it stops. I don't know if it's good or bad.
 
BrianHorlicks

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I get that or something like it. I'm thinking of something and then the person I'm with will say it. I had a friend once and we could literally say what each other was thinking. Or, the TV is on and whatever I think of, they start talking about. I have dreams and nightmares that come true. It's too much to be a déjà vu. The chlorpromazine makes me so dull that it stops. I don't know if it's good or bad.
I would 'hug',
but I'm not a fan of close contact.
but I don't think 'like', or 'thanks',
Are right either.
bit I understand.
 
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I at one point thought this was the case as well Brian. I thought I had been handed a gift from another realm or like the film What Women Want with Mel Gibson. I originally perceived it as myself becoming enlightened enough spiritually to hear or read minds. I tried to harness this 'power' by gauging how interested I was in these passing thoughts in a small diary. However, this was very very mild compared to the extreme psychotic episodes I experienced later as a result of over-analysis.

I prefer not to hear anything and remain blissful unless my energy forces could help someone in need that is close to me, and others as well, within reason. Medication helps me a lot with screening out most of the alien noise. Also, sleep for me, is paramount.

Personally, I think that our brains are so well developed through nature that there are many complicated patterns which infinitely repeat each other and that things like deja vu, or coincidences of thoughts materializing simultaneously on television is just us trying to perceive things with our 5 senses, and a bit of what I will call 'blending' occur in our subconcious. In a matter of speaking, it is similar to the cold calling Te mentioned, we all attempt to read in between the lines and look for meaning from any stimulus that seems the most beneficial or helpful. Not everyone, but a small minority of us have adapted to a stage of experience based synthesis; in other words, a mixing or cocktail of combining our perceptions into reality.

For example; I am watching some television (Friends), I get hungry, so I look out of the corner of my eye to the door. Somebody enters and slams the door into their apartment on the tv show just as I thought about the door. So now I get up to go to the kitchen, and as I am getting up I hear it is one of my favourite characters and I attach this anchor of thought to the door that I just walked past. Upon returning I come back and sit down with snacks in hand, having passed the door. I think back to the door and for some reason attempt speaking Italian in my head. I am confused, why is this? I look back at the food, then back at the television and remember - oh yes, I'm watching Friends and Joey is my favourite characters. Interestingly, its these several moments of confusion which trains our mind. Its these small time inconsistencies which make you question why we have natural impulses to think or do certain things, but they are in my opinion, all explainable either scientifically or mathematically.

I don't know if this is helpful or not, but its just my opinion.
 
LORD BURT

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When we die we are all telepathic. Hence it could be some sort of spiritual issue - this whole stupid thing.
 
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Except that while we are incarnate our spirit selves are in a realm of little idiot spirits with very little supervision? Who knows, I have thought about it at length and it's hard to say.
 
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So,
You have never been near anyone,
And they've heard what you've said in your head?
Even though you've not spoken?
Been somewhere, or situation,
And been there before,
even though it's the first time it's happened?

It's okay, though,
It was only a thought.
Hello,

My thoughts are spread to everybody around me, not only when I say something in my head. They spread also through TV, intrnet, phone, radio.
 
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ionmosc :welcome: to the forum. Would you like to write your own thread to express your experiences and feelings? #This is a very old thread and might not get the responses you deserve. I hope you find the forum helpful and supportive.
 
BorderlineDownunder

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I never hear anything but my own BS :(
 
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