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electric shocks in my brain


Has anyone ever experienced this weird feeling of electric shocks in your brain? It rarely happens to me. I’m not talking about getting shivers over your body when something exciting happens.

It’s literally like quick *przzzp* *przzzp* in my brain. One time it happened while I was in college. I had been taking photography classes. Then I went home for break, and went down to my dad’s darkroom. I never fully understood my dad’s darkroom until I took photo classes. Then exploring my dad’s darkroom, I saw things in a new light. And I was getting A LOT of those electric impulses through my brain looking at his equipment.

Then it happened again this week. My friend Dave is recording an album with his band in his apartment. Before I got to see his apartment setup as his recording studio, he had explained to me the setup in detail. I very much anticipated seeing his setup. And this album is very important to him as he’s constantly recording it now full-time. I visited his apartment this week and as I saw the actual recording studio, the electric shocks were shooting around my brain. *prrzzzp* *prrzzzp* very quick electrical charges. And then when he showed me the microphone they recorded all the instruments through, my brain went total wacko.

So what is this happening? It’s like I can feel the importance of the tools that people use in their life. Anybody else experience this?

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unlikelymoose
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Yes. it happens to me. It only happens when i visit new places or when i visit a room i haven’t been to in a while and i view it with a different perspective. Here’s an example of what I mean by viewing a room with a different perspective. When I first started working at my current employer, I was in our second server room. When I began doing more I.T. stuff, I went into the room about 2 years after my first visit. I was getting those electrical vibrations when I went in the room. I remembered the room,… Read more »
unlikelymoose
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it’s spidey sense.

laura k.
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ah. sounds like a Maldre twin thing!

lwells
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yes…… this used to happen to me when i was a kid. i used to play with color forms for hours, and it was like my brain would start buzzing in the back. that was when i knew it was time to stop playing with them. at the time i described it as a ticking. i tried telling some people about it and i never met anyone who had the same experience until i met matt, i just assumed i was the only one whose brain przzzped. i can not recall it happening since i was young though, and the… Read more »
Tom Saaristo
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I used to experience them more frequently when I first moved to Chicago and was heavy into the theatre scene. It’s been a while since I’ve had my Spidey-Sense tingle.

laura-at-work
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i feel vibrations occasionally on my scapulas. does that count? usually it’s when i’m working hard on something.

unlikelymoose
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we all are a bunch of freak-a-zoids.

Debbe
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Ok, alot of us get this electrical shock to the brain, but what does it mean? If anyone knows, please email me at [email”>dkshane@flxtek.net[/email”>, i am wondering if this is a serious illness or not