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What is the relationship beetween normal sensations and sensation of being. What is the same and what is different?
This seems like a pretty good question to me.
"Normal" sensations are ordinary sensations, that is, they belong to an order — and the order is of this level.
One should note that sensation of Being does not feel anything at all like ordinary sensation. This is how it is recognized. If it is understandable, if it is familiar; if you find that you can explain it to yourself, then it's not from a higher level of vibration. What characterizes sensation of Being, above all, is its fundamental, categorical, absolute difference from everything that is known; so much so that initial encounters with it are, at the very least, astonishing.
Once one is thrust into the unknown; then one knows.
I prefer not to engage in lengthy descriptions of such sensation, as it does not lend itself at all well to words. The mystery of it is part of the whole point.
However, for those interested in more descriptive details, Patty de Llosa's Taming Your Inner Tyrant contains an accurate report of just such an experience.
There's of course another somewhat different way to understand this question, since each octave represents a note on a higher octave, but that is a second explanation which the reader ought to try and understand for themselves, given what has already been said.