Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Beverly Johnson Whiting, NJ, USA

Posted: 2018-10-02

Chapter 14 The Sixth Sense

 

THE SIXTH SENSE THE DOOR TO THE TEMPLE OF WISDOM

 

A special ability to know things without using any of your five ordinary senses such as your hearing or sight.

A power of perception like but not one of the five senses: a keen intuitive power.

The term sixth sense dates back at least as far as the mid-18th century.

The sixth sense is that part of the subconscious to which one has given the name of creative imagination, supra-conscious. It has also been called the "receiving post" of ideas, plans, 

and thoughts that penetrate the mind in the form of "inspiration."

The sixth sense defies description.  We can not compare it to anything.

The understanding of the sixth sense comes only through meditation.

When you control all the principles of the law of attraction, you will be prepared to accept a truth that otherwise would seem incredible to you:

Your sixth sense will warn you in time about imminent dangers, so you can avoid, and good opportunities that arise, so that you can grasp them.

 

In developing your sixth sense, you will have a guardian angel who will open the door of the Temple of Wisdom to you when you desire.

We don’t get to go through the door of wisdom, just approach the doorstep.  So if you want to get into Wisdom’s temple…..you have to realize how much you need to learn.


Somewhere in the cellular structure of the brain is placed an organ that receives the waves of thought vulgarly called "inspiration." So far, science has not been able to discover

exactly where this sixth sense, the intuitive intelligence, was hiding,


Nevertheless, the human being receives an exact knowledge of a source which is not that of the 5 classical senses.

It is only under the influence of an extraordinary stimulus that the mind is receptive to it.

Any unexpected event that causes emotions and makes the heart beat faster than usual awakens the sixth sense.

 

Wow, I enjoyed my lesson this week, it made me think that anything really is possible.

 

 

 

Beverly Johnson

Whiting, New Jersey