posted on May, 26 2013 @ 12:28 AM
Aiight. I've read through the thread now. So this is a "tingle" that's not really a tingle, a "tickle" that's not really a tickle, maybe a "shivery"
feeling, sort of like the feeling you get when fingers or nails run lightly along your back or neck, but in your head instead? Sort of starts in the
middle of your head and radiates outward toward the surface, maybe beyond? An odd sensation like that with no real description?
And you're saying this doesn't happen to everyone, and the ones it does happen to can't generally make it voluntarily happen with no "trigger"?
Odd. I thought everyone could do that, whenever they wanted to, and never could quite figure out why they would actually want to unless they were
incredibly bored or had a specific thought to project.
I didn't even know it was a "thing" in need of a label. I've always just thought it was, and happened to everyone. I didn't even think it needed a
description, because it just is. I've always thought it was just a natural byproduct of projected thought ( I suppose a prayer could be thought of as
such - I've heard them described as "telepathic communication with an external deity", which would seem to be a form of projected thought, whether one
thinks that thought is ever recieved or not).
Now it's unusual enough to need a label and study? I'm in my early 50's, and have just thought it's always been, never have found a reason to need to
try describe it until now, since now people seem to think it's not common to all.
edit on 2013/5/26 by nenothtu because: (no reason given)