I'm starting to have a little bit of a concern with hearing things. Ok first off, I just want to say that I DO believe in spirits. I have heard and seen things before in the past. One time I had an experience with a spirit, and after talking to my sister it turned out she had the EXACT same experience. It was at the same location and everything. Shortly after my sister was murdered, my sons toy started going off and playing music one night while we were all in bed and noone was around the toy. My thermostat turned itself up to 90 that night too. And I used to hear my son over the baby monitor talking to someone when he was younger. He would be laughing and giggleing and when he was finished he's say, "ok, see u. Bye bye!" So any of the times I have experienced "something", I always had the feeling that it was a spirit and not a hallucination.
Now, with that being said, I'm going to tell u the reason for my post. The other day I was laying down in bed just resting, and I heard a guy talking and it sounded like the tv was on in the living room. I knew my bf wasn't home and I went in the living room and the tv was off. This has happened to me before. Not very often, but every once in a while. Sometimes I hear music playing and I can hear the whole song and everything. Does anyone else experience this?
The reason I brought up the whole "spirit" thing is because when I experienced the "spirit" things, I had a deep feeling within that it was a spirit. I can't explain it but I just knew it was. But when I heard the tv the other day and the times I hear music, I don't feel it has anything to do with a "spirit". U guys may think I sound crazy, but it was really confusing to me. In other words, I don't consider the "spirit" experiences as hallutionations, but I'm not so sure about the tv and the music stuff. Like I said, it doesn't happen all the time, just sometimes. Why would someone hear this stuff if they aren't schitzophrenic? Does stress make it happen sometimes to just anybody? I have been under alot of stress lately but I don't know what would be causing it. Sometimes I hear a child crying and I think its one of my kids and when I check it isn't them. I know it isn't just me when I've had the "spirit" experiences before. I knew it was really happening, but hearing the tv and music is something completely different. It IS just me. What are ur thoughts on this?
People with Bipolar Disorder can have hallucinations just like people with Schizf*cknia. My aunt has Bipolar Disorder and we had a conversation about hallucinations and I think she said when she was pregnant she kept hearing music and when she told her kids to turn it down they would tell her they weren't playing anything.
thanks for the reply. That makes me feel better to know I'm not the only one. The things I hear never tell me to do stuff or anything like that, its just music or crying or a tv or something like that. I thought before that maybe I'm just used to hearing that stuff all the time, so I hear it when its not there. I dunno, but sometimes it just makes me feel like I'm going crazy or something.
Now, this has happened only about 4 times in my life and no recently. I hear phones ringing. I say phones because the ring is always the same as the current phone I own. When I was in high school if the phone rang after the family was in bed, it was my job to answer it. Well, one night I was going to sleep and I had my big box fan on, so it made it hard to hear the phone. Every time I would lay down the phone would ring, or so I thought. I would jump up and run into the living room, and it wouldn't be ringing, no one on the line. This went on for about three hours. Finally, feeling like I was completely losing my mind and crying I went and woke up my dad and asked him if the phone had been ringing all night. Of course he said no.
(Plus, if it had been ringing for that long he would have got up and been mad anyway.)
So, I went back to bed and lay there for about an hour listening to the phone ring. If I would sit up, it would stop. So, you tell me. That was the first and scariest time.
On the few other occasions once I figure out that it isn't the phone, then I just tell myself it is all in my head and go away! It has been years since this has happened.
Hey girl. You are definitely not the only one. I see things sometimes, usually precursing one of my psychotic episodes. The fan is on when I sleep, but then I hear music or voices anyway. I think it strange, but at the same time our neurons aren't exactly normal. So, don't worry, let em chatter. You can get used to it, and if it bugs you talk to your doc.
Agree with the rest...I hear things all the time...muffled voices...music. More than occasionally see things...something out of the corner of my eye movng or black "demons" moving through my bedroom or on the ceiling. I try really hard to ignore all these and remind myself it's just "noise"...but still...sometimes it's not that easy. You want to believe in spirits or angels something other than the fact that your mind is working on overload. If it gets too bad, make sure you talk to your doc.
I see things darting just at the edge of my vision, too. Mostly "cats" and sometimes "people." I know they're not real and not their, though. I just tell myself it is my mind playing tricks and not to worry.
I'm actually pretty used to it, and feel ALOT better now that I know I'm not the only one who goes through this. I also see things move out of the corner of my eye. I saw a shadow moving on my bedroom door one night when I KNOW there was nothing moving to cause the shadow. If I think its a spirit or somthing then it actually doesn't scare me...its when I have no clue what it is and don't "feel" like its a spirit that I get all confused. I know that sounds weird, but its the best way I can explain it.
Corlenbelspar, yeah I have to agree that would be really scary to have to experience. I couldn't imagine having to go through something like that. I really hope ur meds are helping u and keeping the hallucinations at bay.
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