A String of Golden Bells: Everyday Synaesthesia #47.

This is a post I just published on a blog I occasionally update, all about my experience of living with a condition called synaesthesia.  *********************************************************************************** No rules. No routine. I am woken every morning by the sound of my alarm clock. That sounds perfectly normal. Except it isn’t my alarm clock at all, it’s me. …

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Everyday Synaesthesia: Podcasts, coping, & lilacs.

For an archive of my synaesthesia related posts see my blog Everyday Synaesthesia.  On podcasts, coping, and lilacs.  I haven't posted on Everday Synaesthesia in a while, I suppose because I've been busy with my PhD. Also, because I went through a phase there of being a bit embarrassed to talk about my synaesthesia stuff. …

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‘Everyday Synaesthesia’

I’m a synaesthete; a neurological condition described by the University of Sussex as: “A joining together of sensations that are normally experienced separately. ” I started my Everyday Synaesthesia blog so that non-synaesthetes might be able to grasp what it’s like living with the condition on a day to day basis, from a personal perspective. My ability …

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