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Snow Or Auras?


I'm still sort of new to this "psychic experience" business, so please excuse my ignorance. I am a synesthete so most of what I experience is, in some form, related to that. I guess if you don't know what that is, please read up on it here! Http://

Ok, so I first started noticing the psychic world when my friend Annie (aka Dreamergurl) told me about the whole controlling the wind bit. Anyway, later that day, as an experiment, I tried the same thing. Low and behold, it worked- to an extent.

Anyway, while discussing certain vision abnormalities on the Nexus, I asked Annie if objects would have auras. She said yes, and I'm lead to believe that maybe I can see these auras. Normally I can just block out the auras, but if it's dark or I concentrate, I see them. Pretty much, they look kind of like visual snow ( only right after the edge of an object (ie, a fan blade) it disappears and maybe 3 or 4 inches (?) gets lighter and changes to a different color. Like purple or hot magenta or something.

The reason I think this is different from visual snow is because the pixal-y texture moves instead of staying fixed. Somewhat like what I think a aura would look like. I also would like to know if this is something that is psychic or syn related. Sorry if I rambled or something, 1200 characters is a lot for something not too complicated.

Anyway, much love, stay colorful,


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dreamergurl (guest)
11 years ago (2009-11-15)
hahahaha Cassie I didn't know you posted a story! Okie doke, let's see I I can help... Hmm ok well seeing stuff around objects really does sound a lot like seeing their auras. It's half synne related, half psych. When you see a color because of looking at a letter, you're picking up on the letter's aura's vibration. But letters in names are also deeply connected to the person's own aura. Like when you describe the color of my name, it's basically the same exact descripition of my personal aura. =] talk to you later councilll <3

DAWNSIGHT (1 stories) (4 posts)
11 years ago (2009-09-29)
...but it is these communicative sematics that are so helpful to some of us better understand 'us' and develop a new level of understanding.

My question is: what type of energy impacts the mind to the body to show that negative wave I feel and see? I see and know whether Tiger is going to make his shot? I call when a batter is going to hit the baseball, AND I see if an airplane is having difficulty. And, for the record I see when it is light, not dark.

Thank you for the site. I have finally found a forum with people I understand.
SynButton (1 stories) (2 posts)
11 years ago (2009-09-28)
Ok thanks for the input!
I personaly never thought of objetcs having vibrations, so I think that's a very intresting point. I'm still figuring out how limited (or unlimited) this may be, so I still have a lot to figure out.

❤ SynButton
AnneV (4 stories) (1050 posts) mod
11 years ago (2009-09-28)
I thought I would give you a few words of response for the person that claimed that light doesn't vibrate. I will put this in the most simple terms (that I can think of) that describe the phenomena of light. Simply stated, light is nature's way of transferring energy through space. Remember the equation E=mc2, the c2 is the speed of light squared. From this equation, it can be seen that energy and light are interchangeable. When people think of light, they usually limit their thinking to the visible band of the electromagnetic spectrum. Visible light is a tiny part of a very large spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. For convenience, we break this spectrum into more manageable ranges and give them specific names such as gamma-rays, X-rays, microwaves, ultraviolet, optical (visible), infrared, and radio. It is important to remember that they are all just light. There are no breaks or hard boundaries from each of the named regions of the spectrum. Light is known to have a dual nature and can be observed as particles (packets of energy called photons) and as waves. Not all photons are created equal. A gamma-ray photon will have considerably more energy than say a infrared photon. The other way of representing light is as a wave phenomenon. This is the aspect of light that I suspect the person in question hasn't fully considered. Perhaps an analogy with sound waves would be useful. I'm sure this person would admit that sound is vibratory in nature. When you play a high note and a low note on a piano, they both produce sound, but the main difference between the two notes is the frequency of the vibrating string producing the sound waves (the faster the vibration the higher the pitch of the note). If we shift our focus to the sound waves themselves instead of the vibrating piano string, we would find that the higher pitched notes have shorter wavelengths, or the distance between each successive wave. Likewise (limiting ourselves to visible light for the moment), blue light and red light are both just light, with the blue light at a higher frequency (vibration), shorter wavelength, than the red light. The word vibration is usually limited to mechanical oscillations from a physics perspective. Vibrations are synonymous with undulations in that both are a regular rising and falling of movement to alternating sides of a mean (a wave). It is therefore the wave nature of light that gives rise to the use of the word vibration. It is important to note that language is imperfect in describing experience. Language is but a tool that attempts to communicate with others that which is experienced. Words describe an experience, but are not the experience. Getting caught up in semantics detracts from the essence of communication.
cyopathic (5 stories) (513 posts)
11 years ago (2009-09-25)
I hate to be a sandbag but somethings do not have vibretion to them like light. It can not vibreate but it can bend so becareful with your words and magntic fields are very easy to see you can turn it into a project one of the ways of seeing a magnetic forcfiled is maple syrpe in a clear class browine pan (I don't like brownies) But it does work I was very suprised to learn this but it is awsome.
XtjrX (7 stories) (300 posts)
11 years ago (2009-09-25)
Hello. First of all, Annie is a very cool girl- I'd encourage you to listen to her. All things have a vibration (energy). This is probably what your picking up on. As for me, I don't see color auras around people (certainly not on objects, but that's just me). I do however see peoples magnetic fields (looks like a clear aura-whiter than white). Everyone is tuned a bit differently, so you'll just have to trust yourself. That's key in development. Hope it helps. X

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