Synesthesia
A Peak into Multisensory Experiences

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Joni

A very well made doc, and trippy as heck! Sense perception is so deceiving and misleading for us humans in terms of establishing what constitutes the boundaries of the Real "reality"
and yet, everything is infinitely everything is everything. Honestly I envy these peoples' perceptions ...Read more

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