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Today - my crazy savant journey - March 17, 2018: the adventures of a girl with hyperthymesia and dissociative identity disorder

It’s been about six months since I realized that I not only have one savant trait (synesthesia – seeing, tasting, feeling sounds/music), I have multiple savant traits.   550 more words


Pilgrim's Keep

There we were­–mama and me–just waiting for the cable car to show.

Was bit of a breeze chilling up, but luck loving my mama had hugs warmer than sunrise to hold me. 670 more words


Genetic basis of synethesia shown to relate to ability of neurons to form connections in the brain

By Tereza Pultarova

About 4 percent of the people on Earth experience a mysterious phenomenon called synesthesia: They hear a sound and automatically see a color; or, they read a certain word, and a specific hue enters their mind’s eye. 509 more words

There are people who hear color—and they may have hyper-connected brains

(Source: arstechnica.com)

For some, musical notes conjure flashes of color, letters and numbers have their own particular hues, and certain sounds tickle. Researchers have reported these extraordinary cases of sensory mixing, called synesthesia—loosely translated to perceived together—for more than 130 years. 540 more words



To listen with eyes,
in a forest of deep blue–
Music spiring dreams.
(Image by Christian Marclay)
John Biscello

Synesthesia: Ballet of the Senses

Synesthesia (from the Greek words syn, meaning together, and aesthesis, meaning sensation) is a neurological condition that causes perceptual mixing of the senses. People affected – called synesthetes – receive a signal from a particular sensory or cognitive pathway (e.g. 988 more words


Song of the day - Dolores Keane - Never Be The sun.

Hi! :) I really like this song’s lyrics, but it also has a lot of interesting interpretations and one of them is Dolores Keane’s. I like Dolores Keane too and she is one of my earliest discoveries in Celtic music. 201 more words