I saw a conversation between two native speakers in one of the groups on Discord in which I came across this message that I can't wrap my head around:
A: When John said "I adore you" to me, it went right through me.
"A" is a female and John is her boyfriend. Her boyfriend told her "I adore you" and she brought it up in a group and said "it went right through me".
While looking up the meaning of "go through someone", The Free Dictionary gives 12 meanings for "go through somebody" and none of the meanings seems appropriate to me. The meanings given in Collins Dictionary and Longman Dictionary don't seem apt either.
Does the sentence mean that it pleased me? Or does it have another meaning that I don't know? Can anyone explain it please?