If you see colors in music, words, numbers, or around people, their auras, when the wind moves between branches, well it's likely you are synesthete. There are 50+ different types of synesthesia (seeing colors in things). Marilyn Monroe, Billy Joel and even Sir Rober Cailliau, one of the creators of the World Wide Web, are synesthetes. Are You?
Maureen Seaberg is a NYC-based journalist and author whose book on synesthesia, Tasting the Universe features first-time interviews with many famous synesthetes. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, the Daily News, Irish America, ESPN the magazine and on MSNBC and PBS. Her forms of synesthesia include grapheme (letters and numbers), colored days of the week, months and music and some motion-to-hearing synesthesia.
Join Maureen Seaberg, and I as we discuss the power of colored vision, on this Thursday Guest Special ~ 10AM PAcific - 1PM Eastern
Call in# 646-200-3700 Open chatroom
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