posted on Jun, 8 2008 @ 02:20 PM
What you could be feeling is an air pressure change.
Or, if the doors already open, a change in air flow.
I think too that auras can be sensed.
(Take a look at Kirlian Photography for some interesting information on this.)
I've experienced as well, if someone is watching you, whether across a large area with lots of people present or in the wide open spaces, most times
you will sense it.
Somewhat along these same lines, if Sweetie and I are watching television in the evening if she leaves the room, I can turn the television volume down
a couple of clicks and hear as well as before.
She is very quiet and doesn't talk much when we're watching the box so that's not a problem.
Conversely, if she comes back in I have to turn the volume up.
I attibute the volume level bit to the fact that if a body - anyone - comes into a room, it has a tendency to take some of the liveness out of the
room and sound-wise it is a deader room.
One of the power stations I worked at had a 50' x 100' or so room with 12' ceiling that had nothing in it except for a folding industrial table and
a few steel fold-up chairs.
No carpeting either.
Acoustic guitars sounded so good in there that I recorded a couple of the better players cranking out some of their original material.
We did play guitars now and then in the slightly larger main control room which was carpeted and they didn't sound as good as the big bare room.
Even so, when someone already in the building entered the main control room, you could always tell.
They would enter from the back, but virtually none of the operating personnel ever missed someone coming in.
Cupping your hands over your ears with the front or back of the ears exposed you to a higher level of ambient sound.
Useful in the great outdoors sometimes....