Jennifer Allen chose the words intending or assuming them to have the following specific meanings:
Autonomous – spontaneous, self-governing, with or without control.
Sensory – pertaining to the senses or sensation
Meridian – signifying a peak, climax, or point of highest development. I would add MERIDIANS the 206 which are very small electromagnetic energy flows running throughout the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system with a terminating point in a particular organ for a particular stream of consciousness. This would include fourth dimensional sensations.
Response – experiences triggered by something external or internal.
Sensations are subjective some of those susceptible to ASMR, say it’s like a mild electrical current or carbonated bubbles. ASMR triggers, are most commonly auditory and visual, and may be encountered through interpersonal interactions in 3D and 4D. Stimuli that can trigger ASMR, include listening to a softly spoken or whispering voice, to quiet, repetitive sounds resulting from someone engaging in a mundane task such as turning the pages of a book or preparing food. Loudly chewing, crunching, slurping or biting foods, drinks, or gum. Receiving personal attention. Initiating the stimulus through your conscious thoughts. Listening to tapping, typically nails onto surfaces such as plastic, wood, metal, etc.. Hand movements, especially onto one’s face
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response ASMR can be felt even if you aren’t actively seeking it out. That is why Bob Ross painting or hands rapidly cooking a dish can feel so relaxing to watch. Dr. Richard says. “Many videos are labeled as ASMR videos because they contain popular ASMR triggers, but not everyone has the same triggers. The visceral reaction to ASMR is feeling happy, peaceful, relaxed, comfortable, sleepy, and even euphoric. One study found that people experiencing ASMR use it to relieve chronic pain. About 80% of ASMR fans watch the videos at night time to prepare to sleep.
There hasn’t been a ton of research on ASMR. What we do know that the feeling of calm and relaxation are likely due to the release of endorphins, oxytocin, serotonin, and other neurotransmitters in the brain, Dr. Richard says. Most ASMR triggers involve someone caring for the viewer.
ASMR is said to feel like a tingling sensation spreading over your head, typically moving down your spine and body, inducing total euphoria-so much so that the effect is often referred to as a brain orgasm though devotees are quick to specify that the pleasurable sensation is distinctly non-sexual. Body and mind, through automatic sensory experiences, physical movements and higher-level consciousness, are deeply and inextricably intertwined. Sometimes the sensation spread in all directions from the neck or can be an entire body experience. ASMR signifies the subjective experience of “low-grade euphoria” or having a head or whole body orgasm characterized with “a combination of positive feelings and a distinct static-like tingling sensation on the skin.”
FOURTH DIMENSIONAL sensory COMMUNICATION can be explained by explaining Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response – ASMR. The soft sensory communication that happens between the soul essence in the fourth dimension and beyond and the human biology. This would explain Sue and Ted’s entangled quanta sensory information they send back and forth to each other.
One person feeling fear, nausea or anxiety or hot anger is experienced the same way in both physical bodies. Just as warm cozy shivers and the comfort of breathing back and forth with each other is comforting and soothing. When Ted wanted to express his love or concern for Sue, she got a tug at her heart, then he moved or stayed IN her heart for a few minutes or more to express love and support. Vibrating, feeling shaky, wobbly, nervous or even delicate in the biology is generally an indication of processing and integrating new information and figuring out what to do with it.