Have you ever heard of people being able to induce this feeling on command?
This tingling sensation is something some people can induce willingly. If I concentrate and close my eyes and almost look up through the center of my forehead I can make huge waves of this sensation splash down my body and I can keep it going for a while. It causes goosebumps where ever it goes. Have you heard about this, if so what is your thoughts on this ability?
There are certain songs, believe it or not, that induce this feeling around my body and only lasts for a few seconds. It is usually brought on by some memory associated with it
Yes, of course some people can do this at will. This is what we in the community refer to as a "Type A" individual. People who meditate can with practice bring on the sensation without any external triggers such as music or sound
Memories of a past event can help bring it on, but I find that empathy is quite a big trigger with me. I can sit there and think about some great accomplishment that someone has made, and I experience great waves of it.
The only time I get goosebumps in addition to the head tingles so often talked about, is when I listen to music. And this is more common than one might think, seeing as many get chills from music, apparently.
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