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posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 12:08 PM
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I always wondered whats up with the goosebumps sensations, but i learned it has to do with Kundalini awakening and body response to it. Cant remember details atm but it kinda made sense to me.




posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 02:23 PM
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hahahahahaahha i think the bosses are in the dungeons man. Like the sphinx, Jordan Petra, Temples in Mexico and other locations. We just need to find the right quest giver like you are suggesting. Maybe we need to find an item that will unlock our talent tree. Without that item sure we have a mana pool but nothing to really use it on.

Essentially we are like pokemon that ran out of PP and never fainted, but never went to the pokecenter either. Just uses struggle. And us vibrating is us using struggle because we don't have a bubblebeam or a vine wipe to use. Very frustrating.

So assuming that we were destined to form a guild. We need to find someone. Ideally like the headmaster from Fable if we can find his real life counterpart we would have a much better chance of establishing a base. Any thoughts on this?

Also i agree, We cannot lend very much XP to other players on ATS but we can tell them clues. Its like talking to an npc with vital information. So my question is. Where is the quest giver?



posted on Mar, 15 2013 @ 04:04 PM
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Hi- I have been able to create the types of sensations that the OP is talking about since I was about 15. Got into meditation & OBE research. What we perceive as "multi-dimensional awareness".

One sensation I have always been able to create is a buildup of some type of energy just behind & below the solar plexus. I build it, then release & "pulse" it through my entire body, including legs and arms. It feels like a rushing warmth- very pleasureable. I have no idea what this is, but I have always been able to do it.

After I injured my back about 6 yrs ago or so I began to have pinched nerves in my back, tingling at a certain spot. I found that using meditation I could send a ball of some type of energy down my spine from the back of my head, & cause the tingling to stop- it feels like something clearing a path. I have done this many times, & now I never get the pinched nerve sensations at all at that spot!

Now I need to work on the sciatic pain. Not sure what/where to target.



posted on Mar, 15 2013 @ 05:52 PM
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OMG I made a post about this like a year ago but nobody had any answers for me! Maybe because I didn't post it in the grey area??? I was trying to figure out if anybody else had it, and what I could do to trigger it because it feels so good. I was asking if anybody had youtube videos or anything for that to trigger this particular feeling. I usually got it when I was in college listening to a proffessor who spoke in a calm monotone voice. The subject material didn't matter, as when I listened to them and the feeling got triggered it felt too good to pay attention to the class or it would go away if I started thinking about something else. Sometimes it gets triggered by watching certain things on TV with people that had the same voice. I've more than once watched the same hour long infomercial at 3am just because the guys voice was so calm and soothing like my old college professors lol and it was just some guy selling books that'll teach you how to make money or something
Anybody have any of those videos that can trigger it? It's awesome to finally know that other people understand!



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 04:09 PM
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yeah im not exactly sure what it is but its interesting. Im sure there are research facilities for this.

i think i heard of one in Vancouver.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 04:29 PM
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I've been able to enact these "over-zero" sessions since I've been very young. Relaxing to the point of the feeling of floating then "push it" beyond relaxation. It gives me headaches a few hours later, sometimes, if I "stay there" too long. The body starts to object with mild convulsions and twitching. The mind starts impressing to "stop immediately" and it gets uncomfortable after just a few seconds.

I don't get anything positive out of doing it so I haven't for decades.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 05:27 PM
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If you just let it trickle tho without trying to force as much as you can. You can sustain it for a very very long time. And the sensations that feel good stay. About the headaches. That can happen if you try forcing it for to long. Since it has something to do with nerves in your neck leaking some chemical that washes over the body when its dropped and forces goosebumps to appear.

Its a method to keep us warm, but i imagine this energy can be used for other things as well. I believe that this may have something to do with healing energy. But all energy comes at a sacrifise. You might feel good momentairly but you are burning energy and after you are done you will feel exhausted.



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 01:26 PM
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I do it, always have. I assumed everyone did. There's nothing strange about it that I know of, nor do I have any injuries or conditions (that I know of!).



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 02:11 PM
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Originally posted by demonhauntedworld
I do it, always have. I assumed everyone did. There's nothing strange about it that I know of, nor do I have any injuries or conditions (that I know of!).



A small percentage of the population can do this. I'm sure it has something to do with blood circulation as well.

I think its possible to learn other techniques from this one. I think it relates to forcing blood to your hands. Which can be used to heal people. It is well documented and known that if you can rush the blood to your hands for abnormal blood flow. It allows people to channel the same energies into people who can't do it. Which would take away pain, make it less severe. Or cure them. People like us can excel at touch therapy where as normal people will only get to a certain point. Because the blood circulation is key.



posted on Mar, 20 2013 @ 11:15 PM
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Hey I was finally able to listen to some of the videos now that I wasn't at work... And the haircut video is dead on... The sensation is best compared to the artificial "industrial" tingles you get in the same area when you take certain stimulants, only the REAL feeling is better then the fake one you might experience on ADHD meds. I'm at the crappy point in my life where I'm taking certain medications that "dull" down those senses making it absolutely imposible to trigger it (you must be sober), like anti anxiety meds, pain medication etc...

Only problem tonight was that because of my messed up body I had to take these medications and couldn't hold off. Therefore I was only able to truely enjoy it before my medicine makes me completely dull to it.

Just know that stimulants give you that fake feeling and that it takes a few days to get it back to where your body can trigger it naturally. I have a feeling it has to do with norepinephrine and dopamine, and if you include meds that release those chemicals at the same time giving you that fake feeling because of their structural similarity it will kill it for awhile.

It's kinda like being hypnotized. I have never been but imagine this is what it would be like.
The body's natural chemicals are way better than what we've made in labs...



posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 08:11 AM
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I've had this on and off and on in my life but today I attribute it to peri menopause. It could be as has been said a pinched nerve but also something within you opening up (this is much more mysterious and fun to work with). Try to use it to your advantage and embrace it to see if you can take it further. I've had this exact thing - a shiver up my spine and my entire body feels a need to shake it off. It has bothered me so am glad I'm not alone on this. I have also had what literally feels like a "short in the electrical system". That's what woke me up at 4:00 am. it was like a buzzing in a part of my spine and hand - like a sharp quick electrical short. I don't know how else to describe it. Ugh! Ill be watching to see if others are experiencing this and thanks for sharing.



posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 03:40 PM
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Originally posted by Swing80s
Hey I was finally able to listen to some of the videos now that I wasn't at work... And the haircut video is dead on... The sensation is best compared to the artificial "industrial" tingles you get in the same area when you take certain stimulants, only the REAL feeling is better then the fake one you might experience on ADHD meds. I'm at the crappy point in my life where I'm taking certain medications that "dull" down those senses making it absolutely imposible to trigger it (you must be sober), like anti anxiety meds, pain medication etc...

Only problem tonight was that because of my messed up body I had to take these medications and couldn't hold off. Therefore I was only able to truely enjoy it before my medicine makes me completely dull to it.

Just know that stimulants give you that fake feeling and that it takes a few days to get it back to where your body can trigger it naturally. I have a feeling it has to do with norepinephrine and dopamine, and if you include meds that release those chemicals at the same time giving you that fake feeling because of their structural similarity it will kill it for awhile.

It's kinda like being hypnotized. I have never been but imagine this is what it would be like.
The body's natural chemicals are way better than what we've made in labs...


oh i totally agree with you on this. And i believe what you are describing here is some of the things going on for sure! but as with all things. Its usually a web of triggers. What you have found here is defently a peice of the puzzle.

Now figuring out what we can do with it. This is where the studying comes in. And yes i am sober ( well as for medications go) I don't drink but i smoke. Non cigs. lol. But that's obviously not the cause of this. Iv had this since i was young. But yes i had ADHD and ADD really bad ADHD actually. Super energetic. I could work out and run around and everywher without ever getting tired.

I actually didnt even know what it felt like get tired when i was kid.. lol i knew sore muscles but was never tired.



posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 03:47 PM
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Originally posted by Dianec
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I've had this on and off and on in my life but today I attribute it to peri menopause. It could be as has been said a pinched nerve but also something within you opening up (this is much more mysterious and fun to work with). Try to use it to your advantage and embrace it to see if you can take it further. I've had this exact thing - a shiver up my spine and my entire body feels a need to shake it off. It has bothered me so am glad I'm not alone on this. I have also had what literally feels like a "short in the electrical system". That's what woke me up at 4:00 am. it was like a buzzing in a part of my spine and hand - like a sharp quick electrical short. I don't know how else to describe it. Ugh! Ill be watching to see if others are experiencing this and thanks for sharing.



yeah i experience shorting. I have muscle twitches but they don't bother me anymore. I find that when my muscles are twitching, its not really a bad thing in my case because i think it builds muscle? Anyways its not that often a couple times a week a muscle in my arm or my leg with twich or somewher else lol. Its not painful its just kind of annoying when it happens for 5 minutes lol. Could be a problem but i don't really care im 21 so if i die im young. And if i don't die im young. lol.

But yeah theres defently some charge i can feel. It pumps chemicals into my body. OH OH OH also. I wanted to ask this if anyone else had this ability.
Can you guys smell sick people? And i don't mean just any sickness. Can you define the sickness when you smell it? Like so often il be in front of someone with a cold and they are just gettting over it not showing any signs. And il get that smell, and that taste in my throat. and il ask, are you feeling okay? And I always get a weird look.... But i just HAVE to ask people. Its like.... i don't even think about it i just ask.
And sometimes people are stunned and look at me strange because i just * guessed* they were sick by chance and with what. lol.

But each ilness has its own smells and taste. I know when someone has STDs, is carrying the flu, Has the cold. Tho i cannot identify all ilness obviously. I can spot sick people most of the time. Cancer tho, is always this subtle feeling. Which is why its so hard to detect.





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