Originally posted by marsvoltafan74
You have what someone from Gilead would call the "touch". This feeling is, to some extent, in everyone but some are more sensitive in it. I have
more power over influence myself and have to really tap into myself to surface my sense of touch
Interesting....Gilead, as in near Jordan? I've never heard of a label being put on it, so now you have me curious.
Originally posted by Dark Ghost
...a part of me wants to believe that maybe my thoughts about her now have something to do with her "regular thoughts about me" too. But in reality,
I have probably just maintained an emotional attachment to somebody who never felt the same way and who has probably forgotten I exist. I doubt my
thoughts about her are triggering any memories in her head about me.
This is one of those sticky situations where you need to sit down and be "real" with yourself in regards to where these thoughts are generating
from. Are they coming from you or from her? If we are in strong "like" with someone, and our thoughts are consumed with them (we've all been
there at some point in our lives with someone who really floats our boat), then it's likely the other person will pick up on it, but how they react
is entirely due to their free will. Some people, if the feeling isn't reciprocated, will simply block you. Just like on forums or email, people can
put up blocks on other people. Not saying that's what she has done with you, but we most certainly do this & don't even know it.
Originally posted by Wolf
I can also see auras around anything living and sometimes in-animate objects!
Lights tend to flicker randomly when I am around, (That could be to do with dogey electrics)
Auras are another fascinating subject to me....I have only been able to see them twice in my life, and both times were not easy. Needless to say, I
don't do it often, because I need silence, the right lighting, and not a lot of "noise" going on my head so that I can relax and focus. I will say
this....I saw a violet aura on my child many years ago, when they were asleep. I've never forgotten the color or how it looked. Violet flames,
flickering and moving about, and it was such an intense shade that I can't describe....I've never seen it reproduced as a physical color, and I've
been to the paint store just to see!
And lights...yet something else that is fascinating. We have those coiled, energy efficient lights that take a few seconds to warm up. Our home is
new, so the wiring is fine. But I've noticed that in moments of conflict in my home, they will flicker. My entire family notices this. All other
times, they don't flicker. I've often wondered if these new types of lights (with the gas in them), are more sensitive to energies around them.
Originally posted by neo5842
I have a very strange thing with wild life and animals in general, things like when you hear people saying about a cat or a dog, when they come over
to you for some petting, and the owner says something like "now thats strange he wont normally go to anyone he doesn't know" and with wild animals,
i will have wild birds come up to me when i am sat on my own, even foxes will stand and stare, one of the strangest ones was a deer...
Funny you mention animals, because I had contemplated putting that in my post. I have two dogs, and our communication goes far beyond physical or
audio cues. I instinctively know what they want, or what's bothering them. Some people may relate this to just knowing their pets, but this also
extends to animals I do not know. Again, it's the same concept in thoughts....but with animals, it's easier. They don't seem to cloud their
thought patterns up very much with the same stuff we do, so with them, what they're intent on at that moment, comes out as a very specific phrase,
almost like a feeling or a snapshot of an image of what they want. It's completely different that what I pick up from other people, but it works the
Originally posted by Kandinsky
Maybe empathetic people are more sensitive to subtle social cues, body language, pupil dilation etc?
I've seen body cues mentioned several times, and I will be the first to say that we DO communicate via visual and voice cues. But it's our times
alone, which are later verified, that cannot be attributed to cues within proximity....they must be entirely communicated from the "6th" sense.
Originally posted by iscorpio
I'd say some of those feelings are caused by our subconsciousness detecting body language signals. And it happens so fast, You just don't realize
it. You may not realize that You understand body language clusters that well, but all of us are just born with it. The difference is that trained
people can describe it and explain it in details, others just feel it subconsciously.
And about random thoughts of random people popping into mind - I also think there has been some kind of a trigger - like an object or situation - that
Your mind relates to that person. Maybe not obvious, but still...
I'll say honestly, that this is something only you can answer for yourself. For me, I know the difference between physical cues and visual triggers
than something I'm picking up on an emotional level. But now that you're contemplating it and it's in your head, you might just start to notice
the subtle things that AREN'T caused by what you mentioned. And they ARE subtle.
Originally posted by unicorn1
I started a new job recently and one member of staff is definitely hostile. It would be difficult to prove this to anyone but she has given off a
million tiny vibes and I just 'know'.
Just as many people will argue how subtle physical cues are, I must also argue how even MORE subtle emotional energy cues are. If you are picking up
on physical cues, then tap into the emotion....I will guarantee you that you will understand why this person is hostile with you, because one clear
thought will pop out among all the others. You will instinctively know. Most likely, they feel threatened by you in some way, but it's nothing
personal. Of course, I wouldn't recommend confronting this person with "why do you feel threatened by me?" because it will just get plausible
deny-ability followed with more anger. Again, you can't argue with someone's thoughts without looking like a fool.