posted on Nov, 5 2009 @ 01:29 AM
Originally posted by MorfeuZ
reply to post by Unregistered
Pain? Definetly not what I feel is pain. How would you describe this tingling? To me it feels like raising my arm's hair. When I focus on my arms
I never really figured out what this feeling is with certainty either.
It's painful but it doesn't feel like the pain when you pinch yourself or get physically wounded. The pain isn't from outside but in the inside of
the center of the eyebrows but the pain doesn't seem to be originating from the flesh since it links up on the other parts of the brain (I presume)
from the area where the finger is directed to. It's tough to explain.
Also, this isn't an occasional thing since it happens every time I put my finger in the center-quarter inch higher of my eyebrows which happens when
I'm reminded of it.
I mentioned in an old thread that it will be best to try it out on younger folks who haven't fully developed their skulls yet or at least people who
have a smoother forehead bone area.
Just a correction. I just checked and the sensation is still there except that it's a lot lesser than when I was young. My eyebrow bone ridge has
grown but there is still a particular spot at the center of my eyebrow ridge bone that didn't grow along with it and it's exactly at the center.
There has to be a scientific research about this since people has said that almost everyone has this. I find it interesting since the particular spot
isn't touched due to the fact that the finger is an inch above the skin in the first place.
Personally, I'd rather not delve into this third eye business since I want to exhaust all the scientific facets of it before going through the
Btw. I don't think this should be in the Gray Area since a number of folks indicate that this is a common occurrence.
[edit on 5-11-2009 by Unregistered]