Beyond the 5 Senses



You can live your life beyond the 5 senses by learning to navigate life with more than just the 5 basic senses.

Most of us have spent our lives sensing the world and making decisions based only on the 5 basic senses. This is all we knew coz that is all was taught us by our parents and teachers as well as our spiritual teachers.

Our Sunday School and Spiritual teachers alike allude to, once in a while, that there is a sense beyond the 5 which can be sensed through good prayer. But as to what it is or how to develop it and use it has been a secret and only a preserve of the select few. There are many other senses that we use to navigate our life that are not taught as senses.

They may be called by other names such as skills or values.

Such include empathy, concept (for example the cup concept as a container before you learn to verbalize and visualize it), verbalization, sense of pairs, and sense of opposites (up, down), resonance and rhythm (vibrations, patterns, soothing), Qual (mood - humor, sober) and so on.

When we talk about the sixth sense we bunch up many other senses together and call them 6th out of poor understanding or appreciation of these other senses.

Intuition, gut feeling, telepathy and other senses are so little understood that they all have been called 6th Sense.

Senses like clairvoyance, clairaudience, remote viewing, astral traveling and projecting and such as out of body experiences are little understood coz they are not even talked about openly.

Clairvoyance just means clear seeing. You see pictures, visions and colors, maybe as clear as day or dark as night, while clairaudience is clear hearing. You hear a tiny voice, a murmuring of a dream sound or pick up something through the ears.

Other gifts include clairsentience or being a clear feeler. Including distance seeing and hearing and healing and so on.






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