Is there any particular feeling that follows synaesthesia?

Nope. The train of thought and life in general continues on, just as before. Synaesthesia is just another kind of thought, or a fleeting memory, in fact, I’ve argued here that synaesthesia is an exotic variety of memory or learning (I’ve got to learn the difference between the two, or remember the difference between the two). I experience some types of synaesthesia that are so much a part of my normal train of thought and so brief that I mostly don’t notice that they ever happen. I’ve only really figured out that they are a thing when I systematically set out to make written records of them on any available bit of paper, just after they happened, during my everyday activities.

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