tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post8323748363206920804..comments2024-05-28T23:22:36.199+02:00Comments on The Synesthesia Tree: Number-form synesthesiaPauhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17389099605044345005noreply@blogger.comBlogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-21148816864698863652024-04-20T00:10:27.879+02:002024-04-20T00:10:27.879+02:00My younger years I had no problem with math.. in m...My younger years I had no problem with math.. in my mind I see a number and it’s associated with the density of weight…. Once I reached algebra .. I would fail.. because I would come to the correct answer but the work I would do to get there would not be what they were looking for so it would be wrong and I would fail that test….. I always had trouble figuring out the correct formula… But I usually can find the correct result just in formulas that don’t make sense anybody else… Which is usually longer and harder and more complicated… I still see numbers as a form of density but yet have not ever met another person who has the same thing… My search continuesAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-88827408912783918512024-04-16T09:52:36.737+02:002024-04-16T09:52:36.737+02:00This is the same way mine appeared too. I was intr...This is the same way mine appeared too. I was introduced to numbers at 5 years old and started mapping themAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-85396506708848115882023-04-04T13:56:06.130+02:002023-04-04T13:56:06.130+02:00Only just stumbled across this. I'm 56 and nev...Only just stumbled across this. I'm 56 and never realised there was a term for this and honestly thought everyone saw numbers and days of the week/months as a 'diagram' for want of a better word. I'm mind blown. Like others, my 1-12 are like a clockface and then the numbers go up to twenty, then dip steeply to 25 and then start to rise again to 30. The pattern is repeated up to 100 and the clock face starts again at 101 and then repeats as before after 12. The light around the numbers between 15 and about 30 appears darker for some reason. Like from sunlight to cloud. Months go from top to bottom and each new year it jumps up to the top to start again. .For days of the week, the weekends are high and then from Monday the days drop with Wednesday at the lowest point. They then climb again to the weekend. I can see over the top of weeks - its like a series of curves. Thanks for thisAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-66906947979279354772023-03-25T19:48:16.867+01:002023-03-25T19:48:16.867+01:00Since I was about 12 Ive noticed that I can see th...Since I was about 12 Ive noticed that I can see the numbers years months days of the week all around me but I thought everyone visualized these things like me. Additionally I can recall my life year by year. I asked one day a friend of mine if she can see the all the numbers at once. I find it to be a gift. Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-43910740531351579742022-11-16T09:18:05.928+01:002022-11-16T09:18:05.928+01:00Mine are similar to some of these - somewhat like ...Mine are similar to some of these - somewhat like a clockface for one to 12, then off to the left for 13-20. But then the twenties, thirties etc are also similar clock face like. And if I zoom out, the whole lot 1-100 are on a semi circular path, as is 100-1000. But I know mine are not 2D - 20 is higher than 12, 100 higher than 20. And mine include negative numbers, and there is a space for irrational numbers (eg square root of -1), not that I can see them, just a space for them<br />Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-1939571747787623872022-11-07T23:35:30.907+01:002022-11-07T23:35:30.907+01:00I didn’t realize this was out of the ordinary unti...I didn’t realize this was out of the ordinary until this year, and I’m 56. I got a puzzled look when I asked how somebody saw numbers in their head. <br /><br />I also didn’t know there was a term for it until today. I see whole numbers climbing up like steps, angling a bit for each group of ten. I see years and decades, starting this year going down to the left and then turning to the left a little bit more to the left each decade then right and down at about 1970. Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-57737556337603304902022-07-25T10:41:54.533+02:002022-07-25T10:41:54.533+02:00My number form is very similar to the picture at t...My number form is very similar to the picture at the very top of this site. 1 ist at 3 o'clock and the numbers go clockwise until 12 at 11 o'clock, then it goes on diagonally to the top left until infinity, with a few slight kinks at 100, 1000... negative numbers go diagonally in the other direction. I always thought everyone sees numbers that way, because its so similar to a clock. Today I learned its synaesthesia...Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5136131884445465464.post-25838399206962832992022-06-26T16:44:05.187+02:002022-06-26T16:44:05.187+02:00Re: Sarah, Terra Nomad photo above. Similar to min...Re: Sarah, Terra Nomad photo above. Similar to mine and I remember forming mine around three years of age. Note, we are first taught numbers 1-10, then 11-20, then 21-100. Note the turns at each new lesson. I remember these lessons and how I responded to them. I was excited to learn and one to ten was wonderful! But the next day at school, I learned there were more! My 1-10 extended straight up and away from me, so I just continued the 11-20 on up. But! The next day! Even more! 21-100! I had to make a sharp right turn, as there were just sooo many numbers! So 21-100 went right. As you might imagine, there were more to learn. At 100, I made another right turn up to 1000. At that point, the numbers became more nebulous and I allowed them to continue on into infinity. I have many of these spacial forms, but number and letter are the only ones I remember forming in my mind at an early age.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com