Jul 25

What causes the feeling of “being watched”

Over the years of your life, you accumulate knowledge as to what is normal and what it not. The vast majority of this knowledge is accessed below the conscious level, meaning that your brain is processing information constantly without yourself being aware of it. Things, situations, scenarios in everyday life jive (clinical term) with what your brain has learned is normal or they don’t.

Often, people have a confirmation bias.  “I had this feeling and it was true!” Often, your nerves interfere and you sort of force a perception that is unfounded.

When you listen to interviews of people who are on the periphery of a crime, witnesses of some kind, often there will be a pattern of “something not being right”, with a person of interest. Often, these are isolated, completely separate people.

Your brain picks up on cues as to behavior, facial expressions, moods of people, things said out of character and such.

Getting a “feeling of being watched” means that your brain senses something out of place even though your conscious isn’t registering it. It isn’t magic, nor foolproof, nor does it always mean there is a serial- torturing- satanic- rapist stalking you, it means that you picked up on something other than normal.

 

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9 Responses to “What causes the feeling of “being watched””

  1. diana m

    Most people are aware of the 5 senses, in reality, there are AT LEAST 16 more. Some have to do with regulating your endocrine system, a few more have to do picking up sense signals in your skin.

    Another that has been recently(6-7 years ago) found is the various sized nano biocrystals(size depends on the organ) much like the crystal radio kits. Input & Output.

    For instance, do you ever know who is calling you out of the blue? Do you ever ‘ask’ for a certain parking space before setting out from your house? Stuff like that. Input & Output.

    So, the next time you have a ‘felt/sense’ of being watched, use your personal radar for the direction &/or notice what spontaneous words/impressions pop into your head.

    Believe in yourself.

    And, of course, that brings us around what the military is using them for.

    Stormtrooper: Let me see your identification.
    Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi: [with a small wave of his hand] You don’t need to see his identification.
    Stormtrooper: We don’t need to see his identification.
    Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi: These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.
    Stormtrooper: These aren’t the droids we’re looking for.
    Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi: He can go about his business.
    Stormtrooper: You can go about your business.
    Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi: Move along.
    Stormtrooper: Move along… move along.

    Input & Output.

    • Derek G

      We are physical and spiritual. Physically there are 5 senses and what we perceive spiritually are not considered senses. The word sense or “I feel” comes from the Latin, “Sentio”. So we feel things on a physical level and a spiritual level. Our ability to bring all the senses together in order to perceive the reality around us is called Common Sense and making correct judgements on this information is the job of the intellect and acting and not acting on this information is the job of the will. The highest of the spiritual senses, the intellect and the will. As Aristotle said, “All knowledge comes to us through the senses”. Even the feeling of being watched.

  2. Justin B

    If you wanted to get really deep. We are also equipped with the ability to subconsciously pick up on thoughts too. Actual thoughts are small waves transmitted like a radio wave but on a frequency we pick up with out being able to hear like the radio. But our brain is an antenna. If you don’t believe me that’s why they are able to put the little white sticky pads on your brain and see which areas light up it does produce waves.

  3. mark b

    I have had that experience up in Northern California, just a few miles West of Bluff Creek. There is something to what people say about an unusual sense of another presence. I never had it before and haven’t had it since. It was incredibly pronounced and quite startling. Like bumping into a stranger in a pitch black room…you each know each other is there. A term from the remote viewing program is “perception enhancement”. I think that BF has it.

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