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Use Synesthesia

I've written before about the magic of synesthesia here before, but it's time for a refresh. For those of you who don't know, synesthesia is the crossing of the senses, or the use of different sense-language to describe sensory experiences. Many people seem to have this as a brain phenomenon; for example, some people feel that numbers have different colors associated with them, or that musical notes have a feel. If used carefully, crossing your sensory language can make your description feel unusual, fresh, and exciting. (Read more »)

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