Your Soul’s Sense of Touch: Are You Coming to Your Senses?
This is the final installment in our series of articles on your soul’s perspective of the five physical senses. We hope this series has stimulated your thoughts, and that you are now recognizing the sensations at your disposal for greater awareness and expansion.
This final article in this series will deal with touch. We feel that the sensation of touch is one of the most important senses that most human beings are overlooking and not taking advantage of in this realm.
The touch sense is merely recognizing whether you physically can or have to touch something in order to believe it is real, or whether you can feel the energy coming off of something and know it is there.
Here is a perfect example: you turn on a burner on an electric stove or hotplate, and without seeing the glowing red or orange light, you can feel the energy coming off of the burner and you recognize that it is hot. You can’t see it but you can FEEL it.
We know that some of you can sense the energy in a room or in your surroundings. This sensation is your Soul’s perspective of those energies. Blind people (who have decided to have that experience this time around) have become very in tune with the touch sensation. When people are missing a physical sense, what happens is that your soul’s senses start taking over or dominating your experience.
Most people don’t realize you have both a physical and an emotional experience at your disposal when you are having a human experience. When the physical sense dissipates, the soul’s perspective starts to take over. Think about the expression “to be in touch with yourself” or “to be in touch with your soul.” Where do you think these expressions come from?
And let’s not leave out the attraction sensation. There are laws that govern attraction, which you set up as a Light Being. These laws govern who and/or what you attract to yourself.
So, do you physically have to touch someone or something to actually feel it?
Can you touch someone’s essence so to speak?
Can you recognize energies that your soul is craving?
Everything that is drawn from an emotional experience is the sensory system in alignment with your soul.
What It Means to Know Something
This is what it is to know something. It is the emotional experience that is steadfast, that you cannot be talked out of. It doesn’t matter what sits before you in the form of “proof” or “facts” based upon the physical. You are having the experience of something and no one else can negate that experience; they are just not aware of it.
These experiences keep you searching, looking for an explanation. Light Beings, which we all are, have put these inner workings inside our embodiments to draw us away from the physical experience — to remind us of who we really are. Mostly the distraction of this realm keeps that hidden. So we say…
Go inward! Search inside for the answers that lie within; begin to recognize your soul’s perspective to the Senses. Stop ignoring the truth! That is what ignorance really is: merely you ignoring the truths that are out there.
More Profound Than the Physical
The truth is that all experience that is in alignment with your soul is far more profound, far more definitive, far more expandable than anything that happens to your physical embodiment. There is nothing in the physical that compares to the soul’s experience. Nothing physical is taken with you when you leave this experience. Nothing!
Think of an energy worker who doesn’t physically touch another embodiment (hands to body), but can scale that other body and pick up on injured places or chronic conditions. The awareness hits them so strongly that they have sensations that shake them to the core of their being. This goes far beyond the mere touching of skin, which at best just feels warm or cold. It is the vibration that hits them. It is such a deep sensation they could never deny the experience of having that sensation. It is an emotional experience, not physical.
That is the connection we are talking about, the deeper connection of energy which is your soul. Any time you attach an emotional experience to anything, you are bringing into your soul’s perspective rather than the physical aspect or perspective. That is utilizing everything that is available to yourself on this realm.
That is mastering this realm.
Your Thoughts Are Also Your Touch
The power of your thoughts can also stimulate a touch experience. How many of you have found yourself deep in a dream state, and simply through your dreams you find yourself “feeling” something in your dreams? Or with your fantasy mind you can create a physical reaction to the thought of being touched? These experiences are extremely intense through your emotions. They are, in fact, far more intense than when you are in your awakened state and are distracted by the illusion.
The illusion going on around you takes you away from the soul’s experience. When you are taken away from the illusion, your thought focus becomes internal rather than external.
There are humans who, through an unconscious desire to activate or come into alignment with their soul, will do things to their bodies that are extreme. They cause pain and suffering to themselves because it will stimulate an emotion. Usually because their emotions are dead! What are they doing? They are trying to align themselves with some soul that is inside of them because somewhere in the subconscious mind they know that the soul is emotion.
They cut themselves off from all other emotions because they haven’t been allowed to express them or experience them. The soul is crying out to them, trying to tell them that the healing truly lies within — in your emotional state. These people equate pain as the emotional state, as calmness — that being in or experiencing pain is the only way to experience one’s emotions. That is the confusion of the physical versus the emotional.
We hope we have stimulated you into recognizing or seeing things differently now. Remember, it is the emotional experience that changes you; you remember it because you felt it. Fleeting experiences are physical. They can easily go away and you don’t remember them. Emotional experiences are the ones you always remember. They change your life, and they change your existence.
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Samhain Rituals - How to Celebrate Samhain
Samhain is a time-honored tradition followed by witches, Wiccans, ancient druids, and countless other modern pagans across the world, celebrated as October turns to November. Samhain is a festival of the Dead, meaning “Summer’s End,” and though you’re probably tempted to pronounce it “sam-hane,” it’s actually pronounced saah-win or saah-ween.
What is a Samhain Celebration?
Tradition holds that Samhain is a celebration of the end of the harvest and the start of the coldest half of the year, and with this transition, it’s also celebrated as the beginning of the spiritual new year for practitioners, which is also why it’s nicknamed “The Witches’ New Year.”
How to Celebrate Samhain
Samhain is typically celebrated by preparing a dinner to celebrate the harvest. The holiday is meant to be shared with those who have passed on as well as those still with us. Set a place at the table for those in the spiritual plane, providing an offering for them upon every serving throughout the meal. In addition to those who have passed, invite friends and family to enjoy the feast with you. Typical beverages include mulled wine, cider, and mead, and are to be shared with the Dead throughout the meal.
Despite occurring at similar times and containing similar themes, Samhain and Halloween actually are not the same holiday. Halloween, short for All Hallow’s Eve, is celebrated on and around Oct. 31 and tends to be more family-focused. On the other hand, Samhain is more religious in focus, spiritually observed by practitioners.
There are some more light-hearted observances in honor of the dead through Samhain, but the underlying tone of Samhain is one of a serious religious practice rather than a light-hearted make-believe re-enactment. Today’s Pagan Samhain rites are benevolent, and although they are somber and centered on death, they do not involve human or animal sacrifices as some rumors may claim. Another difference between Samhain and Halloween is that most Samhain rituals are held in private rather than in public.
If you want to start honoring this pagan tradition, you might wonder when to start. Well, the timing of contemporary Samhain celebrations varies according to spiritual tradition and geography. Practitioners state to celebrate Samhain over the course of several days and nights, and these extended observances usually include a series of solo rites as well as ceremonies, feasts, and gatherings with family, friends, and spiritual community.
In the northern hemisphere, many Pagans celebrate Samhain from sundown on October 31 through November 1. Others hold Samhain celebrations on the nearest weekend or on the Full or New Moon closest to this time. Some Pagans observe Samhain a bit later, or near November 6, to coincide more closely with the astronomical midpoint between Fall Equinox and Winter Solstice. Most Pagans in the southern hemisphere time their Samhain observances to coincide with the middle of their Autumn in late April and early May, rather than at the traditional European time of the holiday. In the end, it’s really up to you!
Samhain isn’t necessarily a creepy, morbid holiday obsessed with death, as some may conclude. Instead, it reaches for themes deeper than that, tying in with Nature’s rhythms. In many places, Samhain coincides with the end of the growing season. Vegetation dies back by killing frosts, and therefore, literally, death is in the air.
This contributes to the ancient notion that at Samhain, the veil is thin between the world of the living and the realm of the Dead and this facilitates contact and communication. For those who have lost loved ones in the past year, Samhain rituals can be an opportunity to bring closure to grieving and to further adjust to their being in the Otherworld by spiritually communing with them. However, it’s also a way to appreciate life, when you get right down to it.