3 Answers

  1. All you've told yourself is that autosuggestion works.

    When the water is very cold or very hot, the heat/cold sensor goes off scale for the brain and it stops distinguishing it, because this is already a painful shock, and not a feeling of heat or cold.

  2. And you do not pour water from the tap, but from a pre-boiled kettle. Let's see how you will represent boiling water with cold water. Blah blah

  3. It seems to me that this case is associated with a very strong autosuggestion. Try to do something else. For example, the opposite effect with cold water. But still, it may be that the water is not hot enough)

Leave a Reply