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Unread 05-18-2017, 11:42 PM   #1
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This could sound really "woo woo" (borrowed from another thread) but I just wonder if someone else knows this too.

I can be in my "space" doing something and I can feel when someone comes into my space. It's not like I see them, I "feel" them there. I don't know how to describe it, but it's almost like a vibration maybe. Maybe like a "knowing" ?

I want to delete this, but I'm really curious if anyone else feels/experiences this.

It's like an alert feeling, if that makes sense.
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Yes, that happens to me. I sense another one of them around on the outskirts sometimes.
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I have flt exactly that way. I can feel their eyes on me when they are staring at me. But yet your in this room filled with people, even some interesting and some sexy, but you still feel "All alone" it seems no matter what you do or say , the loneliness is always there and you don't know what to do about it.
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This could sound really "woo woo" (borrowed from another thread) but I just wonder if someone else knows this too.

I can be in my "space" doing something and I can feel when someone comes into my space. It's not like I see them, I "feel" them there. I don't know how to describe it, but it's almost like a vibration maybe. Maybe like a "knowing" ?

I want to delete this, but I'm really curious if anyone else feels/experiences this.

It's like an alert feeling, if that makes sense.
yes sometimes I could feel another there. my treatment providers called it co conscious, by that my treatment providers were saying I was aware of what is going on outside my body (knowing I am sitting here watching tv, knowing what the tv show is, what I am thinking and doing) while at the same time aware of whats going on inside my body (aware of the alters and other internal things that come from having DID in me)
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yes. i get this a lot. i don't always know who is around all the time. sometimes i can feel them close enough to know. other times, i don't know but can feel them there.
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Yes. I think we are connected in many ways we cannot explain. In music school to train my string quartet to play in a more deeply connected way, not so reliant on vision, the teacher would ask us each to stand in a different corner of a very big room, facing away from each other. We could play together perfectly, no issue. We could just sense.
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yes. happens a lot
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Yep. Me too.
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Yep. We are aware...always watchin...always changing...

I get these feelings like someone is standing not behind me...but through me...like an inch off of taking the body over....hovering...

Sometimes our conscious space switches back and forth that it feels like I step back in to the head watching to then fronting again. It doesnt help that everytime we switch our blood pressure seems to spike when it happens....it just adds to the effect in a scary way.
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