After I was diagnosed in February, I worked with an animator who also has synesthesia to describe what I see. I’ve spent the last nine months trying to explain it to myself. See all syntesthetes (what we are called) experience synesthesia differently. To some people Monday may have a color, or the number six may have its own personality. The details oddly aren’t important, what is important is the hyper-connectivity and processing in our brains that act as LEGIT super powers.
I didn’t need medicine, I needed to develop coping skills, and with that came the knowledge that things don’t bother me the same way (stressors or people) when I’m taking care of myself. What do I “want to do” or “where I will be in 10 years?” As you can see, I have absolutely
If a Goddess and alien made a hybrid creature, it would be Sharon.
Wooahh … even just writing this, I can feel the tingles on my arm from her still.
Sharon then left the gallery, and went back into the room we had just come from. I knew I was going to write a post on the event so I had to capture a personal photo of her at said event.
She walked to the right in the gallery, as I walked to the left to get my shot (but also respect her space).
Trigger finger ready, I shot these …
Synesthesia is a neurological condition that intertwines senses that are typically experienced separately. Imagine hearing a sound and immediately perceiving it as a burst of vivid colors or associating specific tastes with words and letters. This extraordinary cross-sensory fusion gives rise to various types of synesthesia, each offering a glimpse into a captivating world
I have auditory-tactile synesthesia.
While audio tactile synesthesia may sound like an otherworldly experience, it’s actually more common than you might think.
Discover the fascinating world of synesthesia types and their unique sensory experiences. Dive into the various forms of synesthesia and uncover the intriguing connections between senses.