Enny July 11, 2015 Share July 11, 2015 Searching "Sense" didn't turn anything up that I can see, so lay off if there's already something out there like this. I'm curious as to what everyone experiences to be their best sense, in-regards to working on their tulpa(s). The norm, I'm sure, is sight, but I'd like to see what the ratio to people who excel in other areas is. Maybe we can draw out some people who excel in licking their tuppers from top to bottom, to impart some of their wisdom? I'd also be curious to know how you believe you got to the point where you are, in your most proficient sense. Whether from a guide around here, or experiences in life. If you're proficient in many areas, just list the one you consider best, or if two or more are tied, explain for multiple. I'll start, I guess. I would rate myself for an 8-9/10 on touch. Which is odd, given the below-5 on everything else. As best as I can figure, it started as a kid who hated the feeling of certain objects. The feeling of the soles of my shoes rubbing against the vinyl material on the bus, the feeling of my fingernails scratching the smooth side of a poster-board. Many, many things gave me the worst kind of goosebumps, and I would obsess over them in my mind, to the point where they would be locked in. So eventually, I started thinking about it near-constantly, and would try to find less-unpleasant feelings to replace the bad ones. This led me to, I guess, obsessively memorizing textures. As it stands, I can fairly well identify, and avoid, nonpleasant materials just by sight, or identify whatever object, and associate an accurate feeling with it, with no thought. Which I figure isn't a very uncommon thing, but I like to think I'm better than the average person, at least. If not, and touch is literally the easiest thing that everyone has ever experienced, keep it to yourselves and let me have my pride, haha. But yeah, let me hear it, I'm curious. If you only knew what all this cost - What she gave up, just to save her art What is fashion, fashion without love? Like an odradek, a spool without purpose Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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