Psychic Synesthesia

Here's the basics of Psychic Synesthesia. The next time someone says, “I feel your pain”, they might be speaking in literal terms. But, suppose you ask a co-worker what day it is and they reply, “Yellow”. People such as these likely have synesthesia, a condition where they taste sounds, see words in color and/or feel other people’s feelings.

Per “The Synesthesia Project”, we do not know how many people have synesthesia. The most common statistic is 1 in every 2,000 people. But these numbers aren’t static, because since scientists developed an interest in the condition, many synesthetes are now self-reporting.

Research by medical scientists shows that synesthetes have high intelligence and are frequently psychics. Psychics in the military related instances where they went through periods of synesthesia during extreme exercises designed in preparation for psychic warfare.

Recent scientific research has stirred up a lot of buzz on psychic synesthesia. Scientists acknowledged (for the 1st time) that healers possess psychic powers. Specifically, clairvoyants can see auras to help heal their clients and clairsentients can feel other people’s feelings. 


Psychic Synesthesia

Whether this scientific validation will remove the long-term stigma psychics have endured remains to be seen. The proof is linked with a variety of synesthesia (a neurological condition). To the layperson this means the synesthetes brain is cross-wired, so that when one sense is stimulated, a non-pertinent sense is simultaneously triggered. 

For instance, when synesthetes hear a sound, the unrelated color sense may also activate, i.e. the sound of a bell ringing might translate as green.

The Consciousness and Cognition journal published a paper, scientifically evidencing that colors of the human aura, which psychic healers “claim” to see is the result of the person being synesthetic. Researchers at the University of Granada talked to synesthetes, who “claimed” to detect and heal client’s auras, such as Esteban Sánchez Casas.

The Consciousness and Cognition journal published a paper, scientifically evidencing that colors of the human aura, which psychic healers “claim” to see is the result of the person being synesthetic. Researchers at the University of Granada talked to synesthetes, who “claimed” to detect and heal client’s auras, such as Esteban Sánchez Casas.

Researchers say Casas does not possess paranormal powers, rather he presents with classic synesthesia traits – schizotypy or minor delusions and paranoia, face-color or recognition of faces linked with color sense, mirror-touch or feels pain of others.

The paper discussed “placebo effects”, where healers believe they have powers to heal others, but state it is an instance of self-deception. They admitted that some psychics can see colors of auras and/or feel the pain others are experiencing because of synesthesia. The article goes on to state that all healers aren’t synesthetes.

So, how about that person who can actually feel your pain? Could be he has mirror-touch synesthesia. Or, whatever they see, happy or sad, is mirrored back to them, including physical pain. This condition is thought to be caused by a heightened sense of empathy. Psychic empaths must consistently visualize a psychic shield of protection around themselves.

Psychic synesthesia has long been attributed to genetics. Scientists now believe synesthesia can be developed by life-threatening trauma, near-death experience, post-hypnotic suggestion or various spiritual practices.

More on Psychic Synesthesia

Huffington Post - 4 Signs You Might Be Psychic

Science 2.0 - Psychic Healers May Simply Have Synesthesia

WIKI - Synesthesia


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