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The Buzzing in Your Ears Might Be A Sign From A Deceased Loved One

Updated on December 8, 2012
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Because our loved ones speak to us on a different, higher frequency, we may hear ringing in our ears when they're trying to get our attention. This might be a sign telling us to listen to what they're saying.

Take a look at your surroundings—is there something there for you to see? A sign on the side of the road? A bird flying by? A particular cloud in the sky? Or are you reading a book, newspaper, or searching on the internet for something? Did you get the ringing in your ear(s) as you read a particular sentence? Re-read that sentence and then grab your message. Maybe the ringing in your ear is after a particular thought—this could be a sign of validation for you.

For me personally, I made a pact with my deceased fiance' and all of my family, angels, and guides on the Other Side regarding the ringing in my ears. Prior to Chip's (my love) death, I never had issues with my ears. Afterwards however, I began experiencing quite a bit of ringing in them. And it always rotated between the two. After all the tests were ran, no problems found, I concluded it had to be a way to communicate. And as soon as I had that thought, I had one quick ringing in my left ear. It ended almost as fast as it began. It wasn't long after that when I found them ringing more than ever...and always when I was reading something important, watching something interesting, or even talking to a stranger.

One day I decided to divide the communication up. Out loud I stated that my left ear belonged to Chip (my love) and my right ear belonged to everyone else. I felt a little guilty I wouldn't be able to decipher exactly who'd be communicating when my right ear would ring, yet on the same token, I was delighted to have a particular "way" to communicate with the one I love.

Communicating With The Other Side Without Help From The Outside World

For the past four years, communicating via paying attention to the ringing in my ears, has been an amazing experience. Not only does the ringing let me know I'm not alone, it also lets me know I'm loved...unconditionally! Sometimes I miss the message or I don't quite get what I'm to see, but that's okay too. I still know, without any doubt whatsoever, I'm loved beyond what words can describe.

So if you have ringing in your ears at times, and you've had it checked out by a doctor to no avail, you too may have a very special and unique way to communicate ... with your deceased Loved One. Try not to be scared of it and instead, embrace it as Love.

Anything's possible, yes?

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    • LynRagan profile imageAUTHOR

      Lyn 

      5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Aw, thank you Lori! Yes, always near me...never a doubt. Thank you for commenting.

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      By Lori 

      5 years ago from USA

      Lyn, I look forward to reading your books - I am sorry about your loss. I'm sure he is near you too, as you know he is. I love the illustrations you use too, they are really nice.

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