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Re: Auditory hallucination Caleb462

Posted by Lou Pilder on January 7, 2003, at 12:51:22

In reply to Auditory hallucination, posted by Caleb462 on January 7, 2003, at 0:53:51

Caleb462,
I saw your post and would like to extend to you any help tht you would request from me about the condition that you describe that you have here. There are many names for this condition and one is,[musical hallucinations]. I have this condition for many years and have been reserching it and have volumes of reports from reserchers around the world that have communicated with me personally and published reserch studys about this condition. I have also communicated with others around the world with this condition and could also share with you those commmunications if you would like. But before we communicate together, could you have the answers to the following ready in order to save time?
1)does the music play all the time?
2)does the song change?
3)can you change the song?
4)what causes the song to change, if it does change?
5)is the song(s) instrumental or are there voices singing?
6) Is the music evrything except [rock-n-roll] or do you hear [rock-n-roll music]?
7)Is the music off-key or "perfect"?
8)do you have any musical training ?
9)did any of your family practice a musical instrument while you were in the house growing up?
10)do you ever hear "bells" or "birds" in your music?
11) is there a flute in your music that you hear?
12) can you mask the music or does it rise above any attempts to [drown it out]?
13) does the music interfere with your sleep?
14) Did you take a mood and/or mind-altering drug shortly before the music started?
There are many catergories of this condition and if you would like for me to share what I know with you, you could email me or post here. But first, I have found out that:
A)the music has never caused any other bad thing to arrise out of it to the people that I know that have this condition or in the people in the cases in the liturature.
b)some people have had the condition disappear.
C)The condition is not always a [psychiatric manifistation].
Lou

 

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