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I am 100% with you on all of the above! I have always heard music around me as I've grown up, and always sung myself to sleep with the harmonics playing in my head, an orchestra, or even a heavy metal band, (not frequent, but, you know.....,), backing it all. Do you also sometimes see musical tones or frequencies as colours? I find that I am sometimes able to feel this. I also have what I call 'sympathetic sensations', like when I see a bird on an aerial. If it catches my eye, I can feel the cold metal under my feet, which are curled around the prongs. Or, I can see a bird flying and feel, without moving, the air pressing on my chest, and along my outstretched wings, feeling the feathers and keeping them under control at the very tips.
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