That is really interesting to know that it only affects us, and not the tank.
So I observed a few things today:
The circulation pump (950GPH) seemed really rough on the fish today. I fed them and when I saw that when they tried to grab the food, the water just pushed them violently to the other side. So either my fish are complete weaklings, or it might be too strong, or I am not utilizing its power the right way (I am leaning towards the latter)
The anemone was fully spread all day today under the day lights, but when I turned on the night time lights ( all blue), within 5 minutes it moved about 2 inches and wedged itself closer into the rock.
The Xenia was a little odd today - I could see the pulsing of its polyps, yet it did not seem fully open. Some of the polyps were half closed, some were half open, some were pulsing, some were not, etc. So I did a little research and read that if there is too much flow, the Xenia might not open fully. So I turned off the 950 GPH
pump and put the smaller pump about halfway down the tank. The Xenia is still swaying, but not as much as before.
I do not like to keep night lights on, so it is pitch black darkness for them!
Lets see what happens in the morning.