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By: Purple_hair_chick | Location: Different places

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Ever since I was young I've noticed that when I walk into certain rooms I get a strange feeling and get dizzy, like when you spin around too fast in a chair and stand up. It's not a horrible feeling just odd. If I turn my head when I'm in those rooms I get dizzier. 

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papageorge1

It could be that you are more sensitive to the psychic energies of places than most people. 

 

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OverSword

I've got to wonder if she's been to Bourbon Street in New Orleans then why did she spell it:

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I recently visited New Orlands and I got this feeling several times during our time on Burnon St

Just saying.

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Mumbo Gumbo

Are You sure that You weren't influenced by the "liquid type" of spirits while down on Bourbon Street?

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Buzzy Z

Can you pick up on the feelings of others,loud noises or the news on tv or the paper bother you,certain songs make you extremely happy & some make you cry? These are just a few things that an "Empath" type of person feels.Google it & there's many sites to look at.I'm an empathy myself.That's something you are or aren't.It's something you can't learn.It's worth checking out

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Buzzy Z

Just incase you want to look at empaths traits go to the mind unleashed-great info

 

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Dyna

I have something similar only I get chills that start at the top and run down me in waves, I often do feel either a revulsion at the place or a feeling of comfort or peace so it includes a physical and a mental component.
There are places where the chills happen and I start to cry for no reason and a few places that I simply cannot move forward and approach, I can't go inside a couple of houses and a business I ran across over the years.

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