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With all due respect, I believe synesthesia is a mandatory encounter, whereas what you are doing is deliberately trying to improve and develop that competence.

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Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads to involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway. People with synesthesia may experience sensory cross-associations, such as seeing colors when hearing sounds or perceiving specific colors in response to certain stimuli.

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Seeing auras, which are believed to be subtle energy fields or halos surrounding individuals, is often associated with the concept of aura reading or aura perception. While some individuals claim to see auras, it is important to note that the scientific understanding and evidence regarding auras is limited.

Seeing auras is not typically considered a form of synesthesia because synesthesia typically involves consistent and involuntary sensory cross-associations, whereas aura perception is more commonly associated with spiritual or metaphysical beliefs rather than a cross-wiring of sensory pathways.

It's worth mentioning that individual experiences can vary greatly, and some people may describe their perception of auras as a synesthetic experience. However, from a scientific perspective, the perception of auras falls outside the scope of synesthesia as currently defined and studied.

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