posted on Jul, 13 2004 @ 10:49 PM
I get it, shauny. I am the same way, but without the symptoms... as far as I know. I have a feeling that your symptoms may be lingering around all the
time, but when you have a 'moment' you become extremely sensitive... to everything. I think you may be noticing the residual sensitivity where you
notice that small brainhurt, but it is amplified.
That is just my opinion, though. I know when I go into trances, or get 'that thought', I somehow automatically shut off all bodily sensors.
Sometimes (especially when I hit a trance state) I feel like I'm floating because I'm so disconnected with my body. I have slammed back from a
trance state once (only once, thankfully!). Talk about some sensitivity! I felt (for probably 30 seconds or so) like I was being pressurized from the
inside out... like the opposite feeling of a hicky, but my entire body... like every cell in my body had a migraine. Then it went away.
If you have been able to control the symptoms to a certain degree, you may have the clues to what it is. If it is a simple oversensitivity issue, try
keeping something in your pocket like a small rock from a river, or a piece of wood... something that feels comfortable for you to hold and rub. When
you start getting the 'thoughts', simply put your hand in your pocket and grab it. When you come back you can concentrate your sensitivity to the
hand that's holding the item. I have found wood and pebbles to work the best (especially granite rocks... about an inch or so round from a river). A
good way to get into practice so you grab for your item automatically is to keep it with you and hold it whenever you put your hand into your pocket.
Treat it like your friend, acknowledge it's existence... even talk to it whenever you feel the need (instead of just talking in your head). Treat it
as your friend, and if you ever lose it, just remember that sometimes friends have to move on and you may never see them again. I know it sounds
silly, but believe me... if nothing else, it can help you emotionally and you never feel quite so alone
*EDIT: lmao... ok, I guess I'll make the first reference to reaching in your pocket and grabbing wood when you get that 'moment'... oh well, I'll
let the post lay as it is
[edit on 13-7-2004 by Earthscum]