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Hearing Color

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I wanted to share this video with you. It is of a man who hears color. He doesn’t see color at all.  His name is Neil Harbisson. Recently, I heard several interviews with Pharrell Williams on the Oprah Winfrey network and on Morning Edition on NPR (December 31, 2013).  In both these interviews, Pharrell Williams talks a little bit about seeing colors when he hears music. This is called synesthesia.

We are all so different. We are each individuals.  It is wonderful to see our different capabilities and sensitivities.   That is what I love so much about homeopathy: seeing each person as an individual. Homeopathy focuses on the individual, understanding the individual’s suffering, and how they experience it. Then selecting a homeopathic remedy that is similar to this individual, and fits them.

Enjoy the video. It is about three minutes long.

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Author: Pamela Hird Klein, PDHom(UK)

I am a classical homeopath. I attended The School of Homeopathy in Devon, England and the California Center for Homeopathic Education in San Diego, California. The latter program focused on the Sensation Method. In my practice, I see babies through older adults, for all kinds of health concerns, ranging from skin eruptions, asthma, women's issues, insomnia, sinus issues, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue and more. www.homeopathytoheal.com

4 thoughts on “Hearing Color

  1. Fascinating! I read a novel in which the protagonist was a synesthete. In his case it happened after an accident, and he saw colors when people spoke, so he could tell when someone was lying, angry, etc. Other forms of synesthesia are seeing colors with music, and seeing letters or numbers as having a specific color. I think it would be cool to see colors with music! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synesthesia

  2. Pamela,

    This is wonderful! How enlightening.
    I love that we are all Orange.

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