Have been asked what are the “feeling tones” you mention?
So what are the “feeling tones”, I mention, here in my blogs! Hard to describe what words fail to convey. Psychic action is where it all starts. At a certain point of reawakening latent psychic talent through meditation, reading, and the doing, certain weak or strong points will manifest. Going to deliberately avoid the usual terms or descriptions used to describe psychic activity. We all have psychic abilities, period. Regardless if you believe it or not. (see the posts listed) With some, the strong points will show as a: seeing, feeling, or hearing. Weak points can be a mix of all three giving a confusing situation. Here is where I run into a problem finding the words to describe how I know a psychic something is starting to taking place. How in the world can you describe “seeing a feeling”, or “hearing a seeing” and even more awkward “sensing a seeing – hearing and feeling” all at the same time!
So in that I’m not an advanced psychic in that sense of the word, I simply call the admixture “feeling tones”. No flashing neon signs, no crystal clear voices like a radio, no television screen showing a specific scene. The closest I can get to describing it is : a tapestry like feeling, a multi-colored seeing of it, sensing of an out of place cloudiness in the tapestry. My focus will be on the cloudiness, as that segment is what appears out of tune, with the rest of what is being felt at that moment. Nothing at all like one watches on television. Once focus is in the cloudiness portion of the (tapestry), other feelings tones will come up that one still has to clarify.
Many clarifications are accurate, some are complete misses perhaps due to my interpretation of that feeling. Anyway, regardless of what any may call it, hunches, intuition, or guessing, some thing is/ has taken place beyond the norm.
My trigger point is a very brief momentary sharpening of awareness, that warns me that something is about to take place. So I choose to simply call the whole confusing situation “feeling tones”.
Aggravating is not being able to readily invoke that “feeling tone”. Even more aggravating was a “no warning at all” during a serious incident that took place in our home, on the first floor, while I was in the basement doing laundry. Do believe I understand the “why and how” of it now, but will leave the telling for another time.
Seems the thing I called ‘feeling tones’ has a valid name. ‘Synesthesia’, is that valid name. This discovery came about through a forum I participate in. (Our Ultimate Reality)
(further research from Wise Geek)
You may have heard of synesthesia (or synaesthesia) in an English class while discussing poetic language. In literature, synesthesia is a description of one sense in terms of another. In the health field, though, the word has a different, yet highly similar, definition. Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which one sense is experienced through the perception of another sense.
Sure, you’ve often smelled something and tasted it at the same time, but have you ever smelled something and seen colors? Or heard a noise and tasted something? These are the kinds of connections that the mind of a synesthete creates. They may hear music and see colors or feel pain and smell something that is nowhere in the room.
The perceptions of a person with synesthesia aren’t always a direct trading of two senses. Many also associate colors with letters and numbers, insisting that the number 7 is green or that the letter P is a yellowish orange. Entire words will have a unique color based on the colors of their component letters. This isn’t a matter of simply associating a letter or number with a color; they will actually see the colors when presented with text or even when thinking of letters and numbers.
The possible link between synesthesia and creativity has been studied in the past. If the person experiencing synesthesia is able to channel their extra perceptions into a creative work, the results can share their vision with the world and create unique connections. Vladimir Nobokov, the author of Lolita, has been recognized as a synesthete, along with the painter David Hockney and the composer Olivier Messiaen. Countless others have perhaps simply not been recognized.
Despite being a “condition,” synesthesia is not a handicap or disability. It is simply a different way of processing sensory information. A synesthete may feel a bit strange the first time she tries to describe the colors of her alphabet or the things she tastes when listening to music, but will typically embrace the richness of the overall experience.