What is the fear of things with holes?What is the fear of things with holes?
Yes, the edge represents the unknown, and fear of it represents anxiety about the future. What will happen if I go over the edge? B.K.S. Iyengar famously said that the mind lives in the future, the body lives in the past, and the breath exists in the present.
What is the fear of black holes called?What is the fear of black holes called?
Melanoheliophobia (from Greek melano, "black", and helios, "sun") is the fear of black holes. The phobia is often suffered by a kid after first learning about black holes and its effects.
What is the phobia of small holes?What is the phobia of small holes?
Trypophobia is a fear or disgust of closely-packed holes. People who have it feel queasy when looking at surfaces that have small holes gathered close together. For example, the head of a lotus seed pod or the body of a strawberry could trigger discomfort in someone with this phobia. The phobia is not officially recognized.
Why do people have trypophobia?Why do people have trypophobia?
One of the most common theories surrounding the phenomenon is that trypophobia relates to an innate fear of dangerous animals such as snakes, spiders and scorpions which sometimes have patterns on their bodies which resemble the holes that trypophobics are repulsed by.