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  1. Justice is the subjective idea of what one deserves for something they have done or what has been done to them.
  2. Checking back, a year later, as I see some people know exactly the feeling I'm talking about. I have however found nothing conclusive, only speculations. Some think it's like a voluntary release of adrenaline, or manipulating the nervous system etc. I found one post that claimed to have ran some tests aswell: "I have been practicing western medicine for 30 years and for a change also just completed my masters in Oriental Medicine (2014). [We] have for years used different equipment to play with my "ability" while in the ER/OR/Office while no patients: PulseOX, EEG, EKG, spirometry.The fact is, it is an instantaneous- literally as fast as thought phenomena/ability that can send my HR up to 200bpm is seconds, all while maintaining a NSR-normal sinus rhythm (PQRST remains unremarkable, otherwise); it is simple tachycardia. The pulse ox remains saturated and whereas the BP may raise to over 160/96 within seconds, the arterial pressure at rest does not substantially rise.I have always asserted (the reason is lost with age) that I "squeeze" my adrenal glands. It does not matter that western medicine says that this is not possible. What matters is the similar reports from disparate people all around the world. We are all describing something similar. Variously, some report that they are squeezing something in their head. Perhaps this is due to the incredible electric-like sensation tingling around the neck, head, and shoulders, pupils changing size, regardless of light conditions.My breathing does not change and while my tidal volume remains the same we once calculated that my stroke volume for cardiac output only begins to become effected at x ___bpm after a few minutes. Those of us who do this cannot really do this for minutes at a time; we exhaust then stop.I often would engage in conversation, laugh, or drink water just to demonstrate to others that this is not contemplative, or bearing down on pelvis, contra stimulation of parasympathetic response, etc. In every single case I have convinced my peers, professors, cardiologists, and others that this was real. In every case they stood corrected, surprised, but did not understand.So reserve some mystery for the unknown; these posters here are not unbalanced. We can tell, as a bona fides, others who have this versus others who are imagining it. It requires no thought, emotion, respiration, or other manipulation and it does not respond to time; its instantaneous. Oh, and when done, there will be an appreciable difference in armpit smell. This may be due to the secretion of porcine/like glands related to... fight or flight- sympathetic response!" Anyways it seems interesting thing to study for someone working in the medical field, since there seem to be plenty of people who can do it and since it's so easily controlled running tests etc would not be complicated.
  3. I guess it does have many similarities with what many people claim to experience in meditative states, although I have never had any experience with meditation. I've seen some claims of "warm energy" moving through the body in certain meditation state but I wonder if there are any observable signs of something like this, could be just some kind of meditative hallucinations? I do remember reading a study where Buddhist monks were put into MRI to meditate and the blood flow in their brains monitored, but I guess this would be something else. Or perhaps it really is some kind of voluntary vessel dilation. I will surely be looking into this further, and experimenting to find out more.
  4. Yes it is very different from that. It feels more like deep inside and really warm. So I can see why people would identify it as some kind of meditational energy.
  5. So I've had this "ability" to make my body, especially legs and hands, to have this weird tingling/electrified feeling at will. It is a rather pleasant feeling, and the longer I "hold" it, the more intense it gets. I can feel myself taking deeper breaths while experiencing it and also a raise in heart rate. I would say it gets the most intense in feet, and least in upper body and head. It feels like actual heath in the part of body I'm feeling it. I've had it as long as I can remember but never really thought about it or tried it that much, but today I started thinking about it, googled it and found out several other people trying to explain the same feeling, however saw no reasonable medical answer to it, just many meditation-related stuff about this being some weird energy movements etc. Evoking this feeling does not feel like a mental thing, but physical. If I lay down in bed, and relax my legs, like I do when going to sleep, I never feel it happening by itself. But if I concentrate on relaxing even more, that's when I get it. It's hard to explain and it might sound dumb, but it basically feels like relaxing beyond relaxation, that's when I get the feeling. So It doesn't disrupt my life in any way, since it doesn't appear itself, but I'm fascinated by it, since after asking people I know, none of them could identify or claim to have had similar experience. It is not ASMR. That's what many people have proposed but I've had ASMR experiences, and tried it out, listening to some specific sounds with high-quality headphones. ASMR felt like a pleasent tingling feeling but just in the brain. Putting it into words might sound similar to what I'm experiencing, but I'm pretty sure these are different feelings. So maybe anyone knows what this could be, or have some theory about it? Thanks! /Okay so I just found out I also get dilated pupils while doing this, with a mirror. Also, I haven't been able to hold the sensation for a longer period than ~10 seconds. It kind of gets too intense to hold it. Although I wouldn't say it feels like I couldn't. Its just like I want to stop it. Also it is easier to do it with eyes closed, and when eyes are closed they feel the same way as I was concentrating on something extremely hard, like kind of vibrating.
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