I remember very distinctly how in health class my fifth grade teacher was teaching us about our senses. She mentioned seeing, hearing, feeling, taste and smell. Our five human senses. And then she said, “We used to have six senses, but we don’t have that anymore.” And that was the end of it.
We don’t have that anymore? How could I even explore it? Who else would teach me about my sixth sense? Did I have less sense? Was I not running on all six cylinders? How could this have happened? Shouldn’t they be teaching about all the senses of the mind and body? I would have felt suppressed had I only known, what I didn’t. Thank the Holy Spirit that eventually it came around for me to understand that the sixth sense is something that we use every day.
But there are other senses – secret senses, sixth senses, if you will – equally vital, but unrecognised, and unlauded. These senses, unconscious, automatic, had to be discovered ~ Oliver Sacks
It’s good to know what you have.
We might not survive long without our sixth sense. I’m sure that with the earliest people on the planet, the sixth sense was the most important of all senses. A feeling and knowing, could be the best first defense against a saber tooth tiger or any eminent danger.
Our use of the sixth sense today might not seem as dramatic and advantageous as it might have been in primitive times. But think about it. When have you been aware that you used your inner awareness to protect yourself from some disaster? How about that time you just pulled over for no apparent reason, just before the Mack Truck came flying around the corner straddling the center line of the road.
How about the time you were speeding along in your automobile, when some kind of sinking feeling came over you and that knowing or that little voice said, “Slow down.” You listened and obeyed. And when you crested that hill there was a four legged creature crossing the road, or perhaps there was another car sitting there with a blue light on top. It would have been a grilling… or a ticket!
Listen to your sixth sense. It was given to you for a reason. It did not become extinct with the dinosaurs.
A sixth sense is a miraculous thing, which in itself suggests a supernatural order. The human intellect, however, for all its power and triumphs, is largely formed by this world and is therefore corruptible ~ Dean Koontz
But there is so much more that the sixth sense makes available to us beyond our own self-awareness. There is a whole outer realm of existence, full of information, of which we are but fibers of the thread. There is universal knowledge which is available to every human being on the planet, that exists in the ethers of the universe. Knowledge of the past, present and future. Knowledge of the intricate paths of all possibilities available through the premise of quantum physics.
A small part of the whole, is the premise that our spirits are energy and that energy cannot be destroyed and that our spirits live on. That there is available, the communication between the living bodies of the earth plane and the spirits of those no longer contained in earthly bodies of solid molecules.
I have a Sixth Sense. I evolve in my understanding and my relationship with it daily. My sixth sense is my guide and my light. I carry it into my future as my torch and specter.
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