How Your Soul Experiences the Five Senses — An Introduction
Do you really know how your sensory system works?
As a small child, you likely learned in school all about your five senses: sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Science has done a good job of providing us with extensive information about the physical aspect of these five primary senses.
Each of your physical senses gives you a different perspective on an experience. Think, for example, of the ocean and how you could experience the ocean through each one of your senses (seeing the ocean, hearing the ocean, tasting the ocean, etc). Combined, your five senses give you the totality for your human physical experience of the ocean.
But did you know that there is a spiritual aspect to each of your senses, a soul perspective of each sense? Julius (a group of high light energy entities) recently shared with me about the soul’s connection to the senses.
The Soul’s Connection to Intuition
Think about the gift of insight or psychic ability or intuitiveness. Many humans have come to refer to this as Sixth Sense or the Third Eye. Julius explains that this Sixth Sense is really a soul connection to the eyes; or more specifically, the soul’s connection to the sense of sight.
Keep in mind that the physical is an illusion. Your physical body, along with everything else in the physical such as your car, house, money, etc., can go away. And that is the definition of an illusion — anything that can go away!
Ten Senses for the Human Experience
You could really say that there are 10 senses to be used in the human experience: five in the physical and five in the spiritual. Understanding your complete sensory system brings you to the awakened state that your senses were developed by you, for you, to aid you into the alignment of who you actually are — a physical AND a Spiritual being.
You have a duality going on. You are both a physical being and a Light Being, and your sensory system is expandable into each of these areas. Your spiritual perception, your spiritual growth and expansion, and your ascension process are all part of your spiritual experience. By becoming aware of and recognizing ALL of your senses, you can utilize and expand both your physical and spiritual experiences, which creates your total experience on this physical plane of existence.
Practicing the art of the sensory system that you have set up can aid you in the progression towards consciousness (also known as a higher consciousness state, or aligning yourself with your soul, or getting to know the totality of yourself). This not only helps you become more aware of your physical state here on this physical plane of existence but will accelerate your progression toward enlightenment.
The Expansion of the Senses
When you are missing something in your life do you have a heightened awareness that you are missing that thing? That something doesn’t feel, right? Are your senses taking over during that experience? Are you even aware that your body has been equipped with that state of awareness?
What about those humans that have been labeled as handicapped because they are missing something in their physical state (vision, hearing, etc.)? Do they achieve a heightened state of awareness in their experience? Which system is beginning to dominate their experience?
One could argue that if one system begins to fail then the others will start to take over. These types of experiences are well-documented, but with no real explanation for how these other senses expand. What is ironic is that these types of human beings are usually more grounded with themselves; they have become more heightened in their awareness. They have a farther-reaching parameter to their state of being this time around than those who have all of their physical senses intact but have become limited in their experience.
Emotional vs Physical
So to simplify things, we are showing you the emotional versus the physical. Just like it is with everything in this realm — you have a physical embodiment and you have a Soul. And your Soul is emotion. When you have a sensation that occurs based purely upon an emotional standpoint, you are experiencing your soul’s sensations.
If you are only relying upon the physical for your proof (i.e., you must be able to touch it, taste it, see it smell it, or hear it), then you are living an extremely limited existence.
You have an extremely limited perspective, and it is that limited perspective that keeps you returning to the physical. You keep reincarnating in an effort to master all the components of the physical — which includes the soul’s spiritual aspect of this plane.
Group Intention Experiments Shown to Have Measurable Healing Effect
In the field of research being done on intention and manifesting, Lynne Mctaggart is legendary. Her latest revolutionary experiments show the power of group intention to heal.
Mctaggart is a journalist and bestselling author, world-renowned for her groundbreaking work on consciousness and the power of intention. She is also the architect of “The Intention Experiment,” a global laboratory involving thousands of participants testing the power of group thoughts to heal the world.
Her research has repeatedly shown the profound effect thoughts have on reality.
“We’re all a batch of vibrating packets of energy so there’s nothing solid or stable about us (and) there’s nothing solid or stable about the world,” McTaggart said.
“In between different objects is a giant quantum energy field, we’re all in the field, and our subatomic particles make up the field. So, because we are energy, energy is changing at every moment at the subatomic level, nothing is an actual anything yet, it’s every possible state all at once. What they’ve found is what turns that potential of something into something real is an observer. So, our consciousness, our ability to observe, our ability to intend also makes us a creator.”
McTaggart’s intention experiments, running since 2007, are some of the first controlled explorations of the power of mass intention. In these experiments, she invites an audience to send a specific thought to affect a target, after which a team of scientists calculates the results to measure possible change.
“I’ve run 40 intention experiments — everything from trying to make plants grow faster, seeds grow faster, to purifying water, to lowering violence in war-torn areas or violent areas, to even healing someone with PTSD,” McTaggart said. “Of those 40, 35 have shown measurable, positive, mostly significant effects as measured by teams of scientists at different prestigious universities. So, we’ve got lots of evidence that thoughts are things that affect other things.”
Of particular significance to McTaggart are her peace experiments, which include the two she has now done on the 10th and 20th anniversaries of 9/11.