What is synesthesia?
Synesthesia, the term for the ability to feel, experience and perceive sounds, colors and emotions through the eyes of another, is an experienced phenomenon.
While there are thousands of different types of synesthesia, it is often associated with the sight of people in a similar situation, or the sounds of a song.
People with synesthesia have also reported having a strong connection to objects.
However, synesthesia is also an extremely broad term that encompasses all forms of synesthetic experience.
What is the synesthesia experience?
Synesthesia is the experience of experiencing, experiencing and experiencing a wide range of different things in the same way.
Synesthesia means people have an awareness of different kinds of sensory experience, or a feeling that they can experience the same thing from different perspectives.
People can have synesthesia and other types of mental illnesses, such as depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Synesthetic experiences include: seeing colors or textures differently, hearing sounds differently or experiencing sounds in a different way