Like the title says, I can "sense" your TV. I don't know where to put this, and I've been looking for someone to share this with. I've had this
weird "ability" as long as I can remember... let me explain.
I'm in the bathroom, with door closed, dropping a nucleur bomb on ToiletSaki
, when suddenly, I would feel like a "ping" go off in my brain or
something (I don't know how to explain this feeling). Whenever I feel this ping, it usually meant a TV or radio or other electronic device has been
turned on in a nearby room. I do not know why, I just do.
Another example is when I'm walking to my room, and while I'm walking I can "sense" that the TV is on in the room next to mine. (I did not even
get within 10 feet of the room, and something just ticks in me telling me the TV's on). This example is different from the "ping". Instead of a
ping, I sort of see like....I don't know how to explain it...it's like when you sense that you're not alone in a room or something. That feeling
washes over me, but my brain didnt interpret it as "you are not alone", it interperted it as "the Tv's on".
I don't think other people in my family can do the same. For example, my dad would turn on a TV, I would feel a ping while im sitting on the couch or
something. But, my dad would press the "power" button again (thus turning off the TV) since he thinks the TV isnt turning on because the TV is like
"loading" it's channel or something (when you turn on a TV, the TV doesnt automatically goes to the channel right? It takes like a few miliseconds
after you press power for the screen to go from black to picture). Once he turns off the TV, I no longer feel the "ping" except I feel..nothing.
Note- I feel the same thing while I'm walking to my room, and the computer in my room is on.
Sorry, but that's the best way i could explain this. If anyone can explain this to me or something, I'll really appreciate it. I am not making this
up, I just wan't someone to explain what I'm feeling.
Edit- Just to shut some skeptics up: No, I did not hear any sounds coming from the room. The feeling usually doesn't come when I'm walking to my
room and the TV's sound is turned up loud enough for me to hear.
[edit on 7-9-2007 by Hyzera]