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... when I donated my blood pressure was 80/50 an heart rate was 35 an oxygen was100%
What causes your hands to feel like heat hot burning sensation to the touch ?
... They say that humans only utilize 10% of their brains true capabilities.
... 200 pages of writing for about one or two weeks straight ...
I return to the question of whether I should or should not use and perhaps even develop this ability, or might I better leave it alone.
So, here's what would be fantastic:1. If you can do the conscious control of goosebumps thing, send me a private message through this site so we can talk about it... I have lots of questions, and you might be able to help. Don't worry about me missing your message, I WILL check them regularly.2. If you're reading this because you figured out you could do this, but haven't signed up for this site yet, sign up! - it's quick, I promise - and leave your experiences here. We'd all be very curious to know your thoughts and experiences.3. If you know of any other resources on this, any explanations, or anyone else that can do this, send them here.
Hello everyone - strap yourselves in, this is going to be a long one.First of all, a few people have asked where the scientific interest is on this. Well, there isn't much in that vein, but what everyone's describing here has been described at least THREE times in published journal articles (at least, three times that I've found - there may be more). These references are:Maxwell, 1902. http://ajplegacy.physiology.org/content/7/4/369Lindsley and Sassman, 1938. http://jn.physiology.org/content/1/4/342Benedek et.al., 2010. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20233341
I am also able to sort of "imagine" what is about to happen before it happens but usually only a few seconds ahead of present time. ... If it is biological, is there currently any studies in the US going on that I could possibly participate in to maybe get some more answers to this frustrating and sort of annoying itch that I have to understand this.
Focal seizures (also called partial seizures and localized seizures) are seizures which affect initially only one hemisphere of the brain. ... In partial seizures the seizure is generated in and affects just one part of the brain – the whole hemisphere or part of a lobe. Symptoms will vary according to where the seizure occurs. In the frontal lobe symptoms may include a wave-like sensation in the head; in the temporal lobe, a feeling of déjà vu; in the parietal lobe, a numbness or tingling; and in the occipital lobe, visual disturbance or hallucination.