Is the title of this article really plausible – is there a relationship between what we imagine clairsentience is and what we would consider our sixth sense to be? Would this relationship stand up in the scientific world of ‘true facts’?
We are all familiar with the five senses – touch, taste, smell, sight and hearing. If we are healthy and well these faculties are fully functioning and, we, of course, use them every day.
But the idea of us having a ‘sixth sense’ has been a topic of debate for lifetimes; with strong believers expressing that we do have a sixth sense with just as many cynics debunking the idea as rubbish. Throughout history we can find many references in books and films showing people who have special ‘gifts’ or ‘abilities’ who are able to see beyond what the human eye is conditioned to see. This notion of having special gifts sends the message that the ability to feel or sense energy is just for the select few. But is it?
Albert Einstein gave us the theory, ‘Everything is Energy’ and Serge Benhayon has expanded on this to telling us ‘Everything is energy and therefore everything is because of energy’ - is it a possibility that we are more than meets the human eye and mind?
Let’s make that connection that Clairsentience is our sixth sense and explore why, when we listen to our bodies, we can feel the energy in many situations. What if the ability to feel energy was as normal and natural as the other five senses?
How often have you heard a child express that they know when a person doesn’t feel right to go near, or if they don’t feel safe in certain situations? They are reading and feeling the energy around them and they honour these feelings by telling us so. Surely they don’t lose this ability to feel energy as they grow up. Is it that they override the messages they get from their clairsentience (sixth sense) and feel they are imagining these feelings? Are they so conditioned by the films and books that promote that only ‘special’ people can have this gift or ability to see the ‘supernatural’ that they believe they are not special enough to read and sense energy?
Is it possible that we too, as adults, also feel energy but we have become very good at overriding it? What if the ability to feel energy was as normal and natural as the other five senses?
How many times have you ‘just knew it was going to happen’ or ‘I could just feel it’ or ‘my sixth sense just kicked in’ . . . could these responses allude to the fact that everyone has the ability to feel and sense, that it comes from within, just like our seeing, hearing, smelling touching abilities?
Therefore can we not say that everyone is born with the ability of clairsentience? That we are all special from birth and it is not just a selected few who can read, feel and sense more than the eye can see!
If clairsentience is indeed a part of who we are, and something that we cannot switch off, is it worth considering how we can become more aware of it and consistently pay attention to when we feel things in our lives?
Perhaps it is time to build a stronger relationship with our body, one where we truly listen to, and develop a trust in what we are feeling at any particular time. As we become more practiced at listening and allowing ourselves to feel what is already there, we can receive all that is being communicated in any situation and not just the information through our physical senses. In fact, we may find that our physical senses become more full and alive as they are informed by the ability to always feel what is going on.
It certainly makes sense that we can all feel and read energy and by honouring our clairsentience we all have the opportunity to understand and live our lives honouring the fullness of who we are – just like we did when we were children.
Ruth A., Australia