We are used to receiving information through the five senses, sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing so, anything the brain gets from outside of those senses must involve a sixth sense, right?
The British poet, Henry Reed, said, “We each have a sixth sense that is attuned to the oneness dimension in life, providing a means for us to guide our lives in accord with our ideas”.
Mr Hill tells us “The sixth sense defies description!”. He also tells us it is a part of our subconscious mind through which Infinite Intelligence may, and will communicate voluntarily, without any effort from, or demands by, the individual.
In other words, some sense or feeling, thought or idea from a source which we cannot describe can be received by the brain through the ether to warn us of danger or opportunity.
When read in isolation, this principle might sound just a tad far-fetched, yet that same phenomenon is something pretty much everyone on the planet has experienced at one time or another, even if they named it differently or chose to ignore it.
Following almost every disaster, stories will emerge of men and women from every walk of life who had, by acting on a 'feeing' which told them to change flights, travel earlier, or later, than origianally planned, been saved from serious injury or worse. Stories such as these can only be attributed to the existence of another sense able to be accessed by some part of the brain.
What Reed calls ‘The Oneness’, Hill calls ‘Infinite Intelligence’ and some call ‘Inspiration’ or ‘hunches’ are one and the same thing – the sixth sense, which is probably is the medium of contact between the finite mind of man and Infinite Intelligence, and for this reason, it is a mixture of both the mental and the spiritual.
Although there is not enough proof of the existence of this ‘Sixth sense’ to satisfy any scientific body, the fact is history is littered with anecdotal evidence that such exists. Even better are the many testimonies from those who have found the more notice they take of both the warnings and opportunities received, the better tuned, focussed and reliable those messages become.
The author concludes by saying “The sixth sense comes as near to being a miracle as anything I have ever experienced, and it appears so, only because I do not understand the method by which this principle is operated.”
Given the noisy, hectic, and fast paced life many of us lead today it would be easy to miss or dismiss such internal messages unless we take a little time to step aside from the hustle and bustle to listen to the silence within ourselves. Try it – and be amazed at just how those sensations start to flood in as we are able to turn down the noise and tune in to that most subtle of all the senses.