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  1. Synesthesia is a neurological phenomenon in which some stimuli can be associated with other stimuli. For example, when viewing black numbers, synesthetics can characterize its color and it will be different for each digit. Or a synesthetic can describe the taste of words.

    Each person's brain is made up of neurons and connections. Synesthesia is caused by an abnormal arrangement of connections that connect completely different parts of the brain. For example, the department that is responsible for recognizing numbers in synesthetics has connections with the department that recognizes colors.

    Official science does not recognize the existence of the aura. But a synesthetic can associate their personal relationship with a person with a certain color, and this can be similar to an”aura”.

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