I was talking with Wade and his father. Wade's father was describing how to develop all the senses. I should mention that Wade's Dad is an Eighth Degree Black Belt, and taught Karate for many years. He was describing this development of the five senses, and then he said something that really caught my attention and made me think:
He said that, with practice and the development of the five senses, your Sixth Sense would quite naturally come into being.
Now, this really intrigued me. I have always been a bit psychic, or whatever you want to call it- I have had confirmed premonitions, visitations, and can channel accurately. But I never thought that anyone could actually heighten and even develop the sixth sense.
What do you think about this? Have you had any experience or experiences with this?
Peace and Blessings,
asked 27 Nov '11, 22:07
Yes, this is something that could be achieved. It is a relying on the small sensations that you feel around you. These guide you. This is how we as well let ourselves be guided by the Holy Spirit too.
There are a number of ways to achieve this sixth sense, some of which I had learned through karate naturally but as well some I have learned through the Mayans also.
When you see Kreskin find people hidden from him he is using this. When you see people like my father sparring 6 to 8 people he is using this. I use it to a lesser extent when I spar my students simultaneously but that is because they are only beginners. Someday, I'll be sparring all of them and they will all have high ranks, like how my dad used to spar many students together.
First and foremost is meditation; it is is a requirement to go into yourself regularly. This means sitting down and thinking of everything that is around you without looking. What did you notice when you walked in? What was around you? These questions may someday save your life. Notice your environment. If you notice what is where, every little detail, you are on your way.
There was a Zen master that was visited by his student. The student came to him and it was raining. The Zen master told the student to sit down then asked him where he had just put his umbrella. The student replied "By the door." The master said, "Inside or outside?" The student replied, "Inside." The master asked then, "To the right or left of the door?" The student, confused with this questioning, thought a moment, and said, "I don't remember." The master replied, "Because you were not paying attention, you don't know the answer. How are you to know what is going on behind you or around you if you don't even know what was right in front of you?"
Notice everything around you. Identify shapes as you walk down the street. Pick a shape, then spot as many as you can as you walk along. You can do this with colors, and even groups of numbers. Identify every time you see these colors or numbers. For example, four tires on a car you walk by. Look for other groups of four etc...
Grab a deck of cards and pick a card. Then feel for it as you cut the deck. Do not let getting it right or wrong bother you, but just continue and write down what is correct and what it not correct. You will find the more you trust, the more the cards come up correct.
Take a small object and give it to a friend to hide from you, then hold the friend's arm. As you walk looking for it the friend walks with you. Feel from the friend the energy change. At first, it will be skin sensations, but this is only the start. When you can do this successfully, then you grab the friend's shirt sleeve and do this again. Next, you walk with your friend with your hand in his aura. Next, you walk just alongside of your friend. Next, you let your friend sit down while you walk, still tuned into your friend as you look. At no time is your friend to give you any clues or even speak.
Next comes sensory derivation. Block all of your senses except one each day for training.
This is only the start. You can light a candle, and concentrate on the flame burning brighter or weaker. Next, try to make it flicker toward you, or away from you, maybe right or left.
Look at someone you see walking in a safe environment. Command him with your mind to stop. Now, command him to start again. This training could save your life right here; this is high-level training.
Watch the birds and in your mind call one to come to you.
All of this is done in a relaxed, "I'm in control" mind-not an "I'm working at it forcing it" kind of mind.
When you get your mail, before opening it, ask your right brain, "What is it that this mail is about? What words will I find in it? What sentences?"
These are all ways to awaken the senses.
of course jai you can develop your sixth sense. like feeling presence. guessing card. having a 360 degree view of around you. feeling what is to come etc. experience and enjoy.
The term clairvoyance (from 17th century French with clair meaning "clear" and voyance meaning "vision") is used to refer to the ability to gain information about an object, person, location or physical event through means other than the known human senses, a form of extra-sensory perception. A person said to have the ability of clairvoyance is referred to as a clairvoyant ("one who sees clearly").
In the field of parapsychology, clairsentience is a form of extra-sensory perception wherein a person acquires psychic knowledge primarily by feeling. The word “clear” is from the French clair, and “sentience” is derived from the Latin sentire, “to feel”.
In addition to parapsychology, the term also plays a role in some religions. For example: clairsentience is one of the six human special functions mentioned or recorded in Buddhism. It is an ability that can be obtained at advanced meditation level. Generally the term refers to a person who can feel the vibration of other people. There are many different degrees of clairsentience ranging from the perception of diseases of other people to the thoughts or emotions of other people. The ability differs from third eye in that this kind of ability cannot have a vivid picture in the mind. Instead, a very vivid feeling can form.
Psychometry is related to clairsentience. The word stems from psyche and metric, which means "soul-measuring".
In the field of parapsychology, clairaudience [from late 17th century French clair (clear) and audience (hearing)] is a form of extra-sensory perception wherein a person acquires information by paranormal auditory means. It is often considered to be a form of clairvoyance. Clairaudience is essentially the ability to hear in a paranormal manner, as opposed to paranormal seeing (clairvoyance) and feeling (clairsentience). Clairaudient people have psi-mediated hearing. Clairaudience may refer not to actual perception of sound, but may instead indicate impressions of the "inner mental ear" similar to the way many people think words without having auditory impressions. But it may also refer to actual perception of sounds such as voices, tones, or noises which are not apparent to other humans or to recording equipment. For instance, a clairaudient person might claim to hear the voices or thoughts of the spirits of persons who are deceased. In Buddhism, it is believed that those who have extensively practiced Buddhist meditation and have reached a higher level of consciousness can activate their "third ear" and hear the music of the spheres; i.e. the music of the celestial gandharvas. Clairaudience may be positively distinguished from the voices heard by the mentally ill when it reveals information unavailable to the clairaudient person by normal means (including cold reading or other magic tricks), and thus may be termed "psychic" or paranormal.
Clairalience (smelling)Also known as clairescence. In the field of parapsychology, clairalience [presumably from late 17th century French clair (clear) and alience (smelling)] is a form of extra-sensory perception wherein a person accesses psychic knowledge through the physical sense of smell.
 Claircognizance (knowing)In the field of parapsychology, claircognizance [presumably from late 17th century French clair (clear) and cognizance (< ME cognisaunce < OFr conoissance, knowledge)] is a form of extra-sensory perception wherein a person acquires psychic knowledge primarily by means of intrinsic knowledge. It is the ability to know something without a physical explanation why you know it, like the concept of mediums.
 Clairgustance (tasting)In the field of parapsychology, clairgustance is defined as a form of extra-sensory perception that allegedly allows one to taste a substance without putting anything in one's mouth. It is claimed that those who possess this ability are able to perceive the essence of a substance from the spiritual or ethereal realms through taste.
answered 28 Nov '11, 05:46
LOL, I have been trying to UNDO it since Childhood.... Could'nt tell you how to develop it, but might be able to give you some pointers on how to minimize it... get's annoying.
answered 14 Apr '13, 18:05
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