Editor: Maybe I can hear a soft “whooshing” sound, but I am definitely mesmerized by the outflow of ink from pen as the artist’s hand moves across the paper. Very soothing. This drawing is a “monotangle”, as only one pattern is used. The “paradox” in the pattern is that by drawing only straight lines, magically curves appear… – Jane
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(In a soft whisper voice) Hello my Friends, In this video, I will draw a page full of doodle line art for you. These sounds and visuals were created to trigger ASMR responses of relaxation, comforting, calming sensations, and give you delightful tingles all over your body. You might want to use headphones or earbuds.
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Which sounds did you like the best? Do you have any requests for sounds? Let me know and I’ll create more sounds videos especially for you.
Please watch my other ASMR Videos
Doodling Video #2: http://youtu.be/vTvw_LGBtlM
Doodling Video #3: http://youtu.be/WJmqKCgIxTY
See my channel for more of my videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/chalicemagic
Many people ask “What is ASMR?” or “Why are you whispering?”
All the ASMR videos are about creating trigger sounds or visuals that stimulate responses of well being, bliss, relaxation and a host of other joyful expressions. Only a small percentage of people are triggered by these sounds and visuals. Which makes everyone else wonder why on earth we are listening and watching these videos.
Do you ever hear sounds that make you feel relaxed? White noise, people talking in the distance, repetitive sounds? Did your parents ever read books or tell you stories until you fell asleep? Did the sound of their voice make you feel safe and comfortable and it didn’t really matter what they were saying…and you gently drifted off to sleep? Other sounds include drawing sounds, brushing, rubbing, tearing, tapping, crinkling, crushing sounds. I really enjoy the relaxing sounds of walking on dried leaves and pebbles as I walk through the park.
Sometimes people are triggered by visual images as well. Like watching someones hands doing something repetitive, like squishing clay or making something. For others the trigger is a deep since of connection with someone, which includes lots of eye contact, soft speaking and/or whispering and being payed attention to in detail. So, many of these videos revolve around role playing such as personal grooming, hair cutting, shampooing hair, applying nail polish, giving a massage or facia or even, doing a personal exam, like an eye or ear exam.
And again, thank you for asking. So many people just leave a rude comment and not even try to understand. ~Sophie
Here are some of my favorite ASMR videos you may enjoy too:
For those of you who are new to ASMR, please keep an open mind. Not everyone experiences this phenomenon.
As always, thanks for watching and for the support.