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I know this was addressed to DexterRiley, but I noticed you said “calling people like him “sensatives”?” and it looks like “him” was referring to me? I just felt it necessary to point out that I’m female.
originally posted by: LtFluffyCakes96
So far as I’ve read your replies with the original poster, you seem to know exactly what your talking about and what you wanna know? I can tell you as much as i know? I believe that i read it in one of your comments calling people like him “sensatives”? I don’t mind but i without certainty know that I am a sensitive. Goes without a doubt ha. But anyways if you’d like some of your questions answered and In more detail just let me know!!a reply to: DexterRiley
originally posted by: Bluesma
a reply to: SevenOfNine
This stuff happens to me too. When I was a bit younger, I started to kind of freak out thinking that perhaps it is not foreseeing as much as causing it! Like the chicken or the egg question, I started flipping it around in my head; which is the cause and which is the effect?? Did it happen because I saw it in my mind and that made it happen?
As I got older, it seemed the sensitivity widened, to include things happening very far away from me, to people I don't know. I sometimes think it is like being tuned in to the collective subconscious, and the deeper it goes, the wider the collective. Like there's a collective "pool" for your family, then your community below that, perhaps then your whole nationality or culture, on to all of humanity below that....
Though I worry a little less about being the cause of something that happens (especially far from me to people I don't know) I still wonder how much influence or impact might potentially be possible. If your mind reaches into these depths, can what you think and feel also color or dilute it? I don't know.
But if you just need some sense that you aren't crazy and alone, know that you are not.