If you’ve ever felt a “blind wave” of emotions, it’s probably because you were thinking about someone you loved or someone you were close to.
The word “blinding” comes from the Greek word meaning “to see with the eyes”, and refers to a phenomenon that occurs when the eyes close in response to certain stimuli.
When a person sees something with their eyes closed, the brain sends out an electrical signal that causes them to feel a sudden rush of emotions such as happiness, fear, sadness, or surprise.
The same goes for people who have a third eye, which can be stimulated by certain images.
It’s not clear what triggers the “blinking” in your mind, but for some people, it can be triggered by a photo of a family member or friend, for example.
But for others, it may be triggered when they are in a dark room or when they feel a “loudness” in their emotions.
“The third eye” was coined by British neuroscientist David Eagleman, and he explained that when people have a second brain, they can detect the third eye through “auditory signals”.
This means they can feel the emotional and physical sensations of a third person, and it’s why some people describe seeing their loved ones with their third eye closed.
But for some, “seeing” the third is a bit more confusing.
While some people may feel a strong urge to close their eyes, for others the experience can feel completely foreign.
The third-eye phenomenon is so common that it’s being described as a mental disorder.
Researchers at the University of Texas say it’s also being used by a range of medical conditions, including anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia and even schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
They believe this is because the eye “blink” is a result of the brain’s response to the third-person experience.
For example, when you are feeling angry, your brain may send a chemical to the amygdala to trigger the release of dopamine.
Dopamine, a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in the reward system, is thought to increase anxiety and aggression.
But the amygdala, the part of the nervous system that is normally involved in regulating emotions, can be turned on by the “third eye” if you feel something in your emotions that triggers the release.
In other words, the amygdala can become activated by the third person’s emotional state, so if you are anxious and feel you are being watched, your amygdala may activate.
Dr Eagleman told BBC News that the phenomenon could be “really helpful” in treating people with post-trauma anxiety, because people who suffer from PTSD can be more likely to “blame” themselves for the negative events that they have experienced in the past.
Some researchers have even suggested that people with third-party vision problems may benefit from the third mind, too.
What can “blinks” tell us about you?
A new study by the University’s Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience and Behavior (ICNB) suggests that people who are more “aware” of their emotions may have better “psychometric” skills.
According to ICNB researchers, people who “are more aware of their own emotions” may be more accurate when making decisions, or if they have a better understanding of others’ emotions.
And “being more aware” of what others are feeling is also linked to better performance on tests of empathy, cognitive flexibility and general intelligence.
ICNB researchers believe that people “know” more about what others “feel”, and they can “better interpret” that knowledge when they “talk to others”.
“Our research suggests that we have more than a third of the information in our brains, and we can use that information to better understand the mental state of others, and better assess their psychological state,” Dr Eagleman said.
Why “blinky” sounds strange?
The word “Blinky” is actually a combination of two words: blinky and fuzzy.
The two words were coined in the 1970s, but they both come from the Latin word “bilius” which means to shine.
Blinks can be caused by eye movements, such as blinking the eyes open or closing them, or by changes in the eye’s shape.
A third eye can be used to help people “see” things that they normally wouldn’t be able to see.
And when you feel “bluedy”, it means that you’re feeling something in the world, and this is what makes it a “third-eye”.
What does it mean for your eyes?
The eyes can close or open to create a different feeling in different circumstances.
For example, a person who has a second eye might feel a bright “blue” when they look at something in a light box, but a person with a third-eyed eye may feel something