Second magnet placement ideas
So a bit over two months ago I got a paralyne coated magnet inserted in my left ring finger. I'm rather happy with it and am considering getting a second one in the same hand for the supposed stereoscopic effect it can create.
First of all - those that have two magnets in the same hand - how well does it work? Does it indeed give you a better sense of the shape of a field?
Second of all I'm not sure where to put it and would like to hear feedback
The thumb and index finger seem to be too frequently used, and I'm fairly skinny, so I anticipate those would be uncomfortable for placement.
The middle finger I worry might be too close and interact withe the ring finger magnet.
And the pinky I think is too small to hold the magnet well..
What about placing it on a part of the finger other than the tip?
What about the webbing between the thumb and index finger?
What other placements have been done and found to be successful?
The RF of the somatosensory cortex is plastic and multilayered. I advise medial placement in digits 3 and 4, which in theory should shift the RF similar to the surgical syndactyly of T. Allard , S. A. Clark et.all.
I've had this placement. At first it wasn't anything special... but after 15 or so days it was magical, crazy, blew me away. I honestly believe that it leads to a shift in the somatosensory cortex. I've put in and taken out magnets a number of times and don't have it currently. I'm going to do this placement again with the new SFM magnets in a few weeks. I'll write it up.
In terms of the two magnets? I'd say I don't know. I'm just not that familiar with the cylinders really. I'd try supergluing one in place to see if it works. It might be a problem and continually pull at each other. I had medial/medial placement and never had a problem, but they were both discs.