Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Nathan Grimes Lubbock, TX, United States

Posted: 2019-04-25


“Trust your hunches, they are usually based on facts
filed away just below the conscious level.”
Dr. Joyce Brothers

Hill says the “sixth sense” defies description. Looking
to the dictionaries, Webster Defines “sixth sense” as a
power of perception like but not one of the five senses:
a keen intuitive power. Collins says, “If you say that
someone has a sixth sense, you mean that they seem to
have a natural ability to know about things before other
people, or to know things that other people do not know.”

Understanding of the sixth sense comes only by meditation
through mind development from within. We have to come to
believe and think of the sixth sense as contact or
connecting point between the finite mind of man and Infinite
Intelligence, God as I know Him. The sixth sense is a blending of
the mental and the spiritual, the point at which the mind
of man contacts the Universal Mind.

“Not trusting your sixth. Will always-and I do mean always-
come back to haunt you. Have to stand alone and trust
your vibe.” Sonia Choquette

Question:  We must ask of ourselves, “Am I heeding and
following my “Sixth sense”. Do I listen to the warnings of
impending dangers in time to avoid them, or the “hunches”
in time uses them, or opportunities in time to embrace them?

Recently I have had the hunch to concentrate on being a
relationships builder. Michael Dlouhy in “Success in 10 Steps”
talks about building your web, expanding the tentacles of “Know,
Like, Trust” and establish a rapport by being a giver first.

This has been the most fascinating journey of my life. With my
agenda to serve and give first, becoming a friend has brought
many great people into my life. Many I would not have met, what
a loss that would have been.

With Mentoring for Free I have learned to listen to my “sixth
sense”, follow those hunches, and listen to that quiet voice
that is speaking to me every day.

“I've been intrigued by this question of whether we could evolve
or develop a sixth sense - a sense that would give us seamless
access and easy access to meta-information or information that
may exist somewhere that may be relevant to help us make the
right decision about whatever it is that we're coming across.”
Pattie Maes

Thanks to Linda and Michael Dlouhy, you follow your sixth sense
and we are all blessed because of it. To Bob Shoaf, thanks for
your support and encouragement. My gratitude to everyone who
participates on the weekly calls for the wisdom you bring. I am
eternally grateful for everyone who allows me to mentor and serve
every week.

Nathan Grimes