So far we know that there is only 5 sense in the human body and they are The five senses (touch, taste, smell, hearing, sight) refer to general, external senses.
And how about the sixth one ?? how to believe it ?? and how to activate it ??
Lets discuss about it. So the sixth sense actually is the feeling of everything. The small thing to see how our six sense work are very simple.
For example you passing a small chineese restaurant and they cook some spicy dishes.From the beginning you already have the picture what the chineese restaurant is. Your sense tell you through your nose while you pass this restaurant even without looking what they cook. Either it spicy or some seafood. This is just the basic sense all creature on earth have.
Lets discuss about the sixth sense in complete and how people have this actually the high sense and how to activate it.
1. What is sixth sense?
Sixth sense, or subtle perception ability, is our ability to perceive the subtle-dimension or the unseen world of angels, ghosts, Heaven (Swarga), etc. It also includes our ability to understand the subtle cause and effect relationship behind many events, which is beyond the understanding of the intellect. Extrasensory perception (ESP), clairvoyance, premonition, intuition are synonymous with sixth sense or subtle perception ability. Throughout this website we use the words sixth sense, ESP and subtle perception ability interchangeably.
2. What do we perceive and understand with sixth sense?
The SSRF defines the word ‘subtle world’ or ‘spiritual dimension’ as the world which is beyond the understanding of the five senses, mind and intellect. The subtle world refers to the unseen world of angels, ghosts, heaven, etc. which can only be perceived through our sixth sense.
We perceive the gross or seen world through the five physical senses (i.e. smell, taste, sight, touch and sound), our mind (our feelings), and our intellect (decision making capacity). When it comes to the unseen world or the subtle-world, we perceive it through the five subtle-senses, the subtle-mind and the subtle-intellect – this is what is known as our sixth sense. When the sixth sense is developed or activated, it helps us to experience the subtle-world or subtle-dimension. This experience of the subtle-world is also known as a ‘spiritual experience’. It is through sixth sense that SSRF seekers have obtained Divine Knowledge on different topics such as life after death, kundalini awakening and the coming World War 3.
Like from the article By Dr Laurie Nadel & Giovanni Cozza, 09 May 2012 said :
Dr Carl Jung, one of the fathers of modern psychoanalysis, described intuition as the ability to anticipate change and to see possibilities inherent in a situation. It is also the magic ingredient in new ideas and inventions.
Intuition and creativity are part of our biological make-up going back thousands of years. Archeologists have uncovered findings that prove our caveman ancestors possessed these abilities to “know something spontaneously, without the conscious use of reasoning”. The evidence shows that although they did not possess language skills and were primarily concerned with survival, primitive humans intuitively used ritual to connect with the mysterious realm of spirit.
In case you are wondering, everyone has a sixth sense. It is important to your creativity. The good news is that it works whether you believe it or not! It is a natural mental ability that you can strengthen with practice, much the same way that you can become fluent in a new language, play a musical instrument, or become a better golfer.
If you need to be able to think quickly in a variety of situations, overcome creative blocks and find innovative solutions, here are some tips for learning how to listen to your inner voice:
- Go with the flow. Pay attention to ideas, insights, and impressions that seem to come out of nowhere. They are not “just imagination”. They are information that your brain is elaborating. Data can take many forms. Your brain is capable of receiving information in the form of feelings, sensations, taste, sight, smell, and sound. It synthesizes the data into a quick impression, often called a gut feeling or hunch. Too often we avoid listening to this inner source of information because we believe it is more efficient to be rational. Respect those hunches. For example, your brain may say that it is time to return an important phone call or time to get off the phone. Or you may have a feeling of urgency about delivering a message in person instead of sending a text. Successful people from all walks of life report that paying attention and respecting their hunches dramatically improves their sense of timing and consequently, success in their life.
- Follow that gut feeling. When a gut feeling or hunch presents itself, the most important step is to act on it as soon as possible. Write your gut feeling someplace immediately so that you can refer back to it later. Then make a choice: Act on it or ignore it. Observe the result and keep a record so that you can build your personal intuitive database for future reference.
- Take time out to solve a problem. In order to make maximum use of your brain’s ability to solve problems intuitively, take a break. Do not try to solve it using logic. Do something else. Take a walk. Listen to music. Shower. Relax. This opens up access to the intuitive part of the brain that synthesizes information effortlessly. Allow your intuitive mind to work for your solutions. Later on, you will notice that you are thinking with clear vision. Do not be surprised as your intuition pops up more frequently from now on.
- Ask your sixth sense for help. This one of the most important rules. It may seem strange but it is possible to speak to the part of your brain that knows how to receive and synthesize information at high speed. The easiest way to do this is to take a few moments to breathe deeply with eyes closed. When feeling relaxed, all that is needed is to ask the intuitive part of the brain which is within you for help when solving the problem. Strange but true: your brain will execute any command you input. Look for the big picture. Instead of getting buried in details, take a deep breath, and shift your focus to a different task. At the same time, ask your intuitive mind to show you the big picture. For example, if you are working on an Excel spreadsheet and something does not look right, ask your intuitive mind to show you what is missing. You will be amazed when the missing piece of information pops into your mind all of a sudden, effortlessly. Just ask. Your intuitive voice speaks gently. Do not forget to listen to the subtle answers and write them down.
- Acknowledge your intuitive mind. As you get more comfortable using these techniques every day, it will get easier to think faster when you under pressure. One way to wire in this new skill level is to thank your intuitive mind for helping you to solve a problem. It is probably easier for you to criticize yourself when you make a mistake. Instead take a moment to say to yourself, “Good work!” or “Not bad!” or “Thanks!” Your brain will learn that this effort to find a solution is well appreciated and this “thanking” will enhance your ability to come up with an answer more quickly next time. Noticing when your hunch or gut feeling is right on course will build your confidence.
- Trust yourself. One of the Fathers of Reason, the French mathematician Blaise Pascal said, “There are two excesses: to exclude reason, and to admit only reason.” As you learn to see, hear, and feel your sixth sense, not only will you think fast on your feet, you will become a master of your mind. Success is inevitable.