Normal blood pressure all my life. We have a pressure testing gadget here for the wife who has low blood pressure, so I have tested it often,
especially when 'weird stuff' is going on.
thanks for your feedback regarding blood pressure.
Ringing is constant with multiple tones once they are distinguished. They go away if I don't focus on them or call on them. When I focus they get
loud enough to drown out most of the environmental noise, although the tones seem to have a different quality of sound. I've had 'experiences'
whilst isolating a single tone from the chorus
That's very interesting regards the ringing. I sometimes notice ringing but not that often, and usually assume it's something to do with ear wax!
Sounds like (pardon the pun ;-) you have it very intensely. I'd be really interested to hear more about the experiences you've had when isolating a
single tone. Could you reply on the other thread (if you don't mind sharing):
'For those who see or sense energy - somewhere to share experiences, techniques and observations':
It's good to hear about specifics on this thread too, as it helps make any connections with regards blood pressure/eye issues. I started the other
thread to look into all aspects of seeing/sensing energy in more depth.
I see all kinds of things around me when I focus. It helps to soften your eyes and look into the space between you and the wall.
How interesting! I do the same thing to help tune into seeing energy more (although still see things at other times) I imagine there's an invisible
barrier halfway between me and what I'm gazing at. Then I let my focus rest against that imagined barrier.
Colors, mainly red green and blue and white sparkles, tubes and vortexes, 'aura' shadows around everything physical, dry rain etc etc
Yes I see those things too, you describe them well. Do you see sort of see-through/transparent stuff, that somehow has a 'texture' about it, that
wobbles and ripples in the air? Amazing you say 'dry rain' - I use the same words to describe that energy stuff raining down. It really has same
appearance as rain raining down doesn't it?
I use reading glasses since age 40 but had 20:20 or better before that, I've been seeing this stuff since my early twenties at least, although way
more often now.
I don't wear glasses. Had my routine optician's appointment recently and my vision is fine. Like you I've seen this phenomena since early twenties,
so have been seeing it for twenty years. Yes I see more now too.
Btw, the wife also sees all that stuff She has low blood pressure.
That's great you're able to share the experience! My partner sees some stuff. A few months back he kept noticing strange shadow creatures darting
past on the ground (even wondered if it was mice lol - except we have cats who are very good mousers - no mice would even get close to getting in the
house!) and I was seeing that sort of thing more back then as well (I remember talking about this on a thread about it here on ATS - a lot of others
were seeing it too) - I still see stuff like that, but it did seem more intense back then (I wonder why?) The main one (of that sort of thing) I've
noticed recently is seeing shadow like flying bugs, but when I look around there's nothing to be seen. Do you see anything like that?
ETA: I actually posted to a friend about this just last week: "During meditation I opened my eyes and looked for the static haze/sparkles. I have
read often that energy and auras are easiest to see in dim light, especially dusk and dawn, and today I was outside in bright sunlight. It is accurate
for me, I find it much harder to see the static in bright light
Yes I usually find I see that much better in dim lighting. Well, basically anything but bright day light. I can see it in the day if in a room that
hasn't got too much daylight coming in. Also I can see it sometimes (at night) when main lights are on in room. However, usually see it better when
in low light conditions such as when a dim light is on or in twilight.
HOWEVER, I saw something else much more interesting. As I softened my eyes and focused on a point somewhere in space, tiny dancing spots of bright
white light appeared. The more I 'zoned' into them, the more dense they became. As I watched, they would appear, move in a seemingly random chaotic
direction (not necessarily a 'straight line') and then disappear. They last less than a second and move varying distances and at varying speeds.
Sounds like you are describing 'blue field entoptic phenomenon':
However, I personally am still undecided as to what it is. Sometimes science can name something and classify it when in actual fact there could be
more to it.
What was really interesting, was when I managed to isolate one spot of light to focus on (which was really challenging) it seemed to be followed by 1
or 2 or 3 spots of light that appeared in the same or similar location and moved the same way, as best as I could make out. It was too difficult to
determine if this was a pattern with all of them or not, as isolating an individual speck of light amongst hundreds that are moving at really fast
speed is somewhat similar to tuning into one of the tones in one of your ears when you manage to identify the cacophony of the orchestra that is
How interesting, as I have occasionally tried to keep track of the tiny darting whizzing things, (it is very hard!) and was attempting to do that the
day you posted this reply. Interesting synchronicity.
Thanks for sharing your experience. It's great to hear from those having such similar experiences because there's hardly anyone I come across in
everyday life that has this sort of thing. Please share any more observations on this thread: