A Story: The Gypsy
On the new path, a lot of information has started to flood into every corner of her mind. Overwhelmed by the influx of visions, memories, insights, and knowledge the Gypsy decides to start journaling the experiences. She hopes they will come together into a full picture as pieces of a puzzle would, one at a time, forming an image that at first does not make sense, but eventually is recognizable.
It is like pieces of her soul that has been lost, are finding their way back. Each one helping her feel whole again.
An awakening is occurring, one that brings a new connection beyond feeling, seeing, hearing, smelling and touching. Something strange, yet an inner knowing that it is a part of her, begins to happen. She finds herself wanting to do things she had never done before but is able to accomplish with ease. It is as if she has already trained for the skills and it is a natural transition into this new way of being.
Going into meditation brings about her sixth senses. This is new for her, feeling sensations that are there but not tangible. She treads lightly exploring what is showing up out of her control.
Becoming comfortable will take some time, realizing she will need to pay attention to learning all she can about this new perspective and life she has been suddenly drawn into.
A keen intuitive power now surges through her mind, body, and spirit. It is palpable, with a strength that cannot be removed or ignored. The knocking on her inner door becomes a daily part of her life and the more she surrenders to the persistent visitor, the more at ease she can become with the pull of this presence.
The Gypsy finds her way to a small stream, feeling a different sensation and connection to her surroundings. Touching the small sapling, still in the morning light beginning its growth, brings a tingle up her arm. It is as if it speaks to her, in a silent whisper.
Moving on, she turns her attention to the small fawn in the near distance who stops and turns to look in her direction. They lock eyes, and there is a moment of oneness felt, and a compassion towards this animal whose future is unknown.
When this connection is broken and the fawn dashes off, the Gypsy meanders closer to the stream. Starting to feel the welcoming coolness of the shade and calling of the crystal blue water, she reaches the edge, bends down on her knees to slide her fingers through the inviting ripples. Enveloped by the lightness of the experience, all she could do is close her eyes and give gratitude for the unexpected miracles.
Sixth senses are a gift and too often are ignored or not taken seriously. Our five senses are tools for investigating the world around us.
This includes light, sound waves/vibration, odor and flavors, touch/pressure, temperature, and gravity/acceleration. When our sixth sense is activated, we begin to understand the subtle cause and effect relationship of events and experiences. This is beyond the intellect and falls into ESP, clairvoyance, premonition, clairaudience, and intuition.
Today’s Lesson: We may be walking a path in life feeling there is more, or there is something greater for us to accomplish. Often, we are being held back by others, or we are holding ourselves back. It takes courage to make changes, big changes that shifts the world we live in. But, going day by day feeling a tug that will not go away and ignoring it only brings about stress, pain, and struggles.
We all have sixth senses, which are there as tools to help us navigate life with the least resistance. There is a science behind how they work and how we can take advantage of using them for our successes.
- There are many paths leading to understanding your sixth senses. An accounting of experiences, willful action, and your own personal destiny will define your individual path.The beginning may be broad and vast, as time goes by, there is a shift from gathering to being.
- Going from gross to subtle takes us from physical action to inner desire and development.
- Practice and learn at the level capable at the time. Then progress at a comfortable pace.
- There is a time for all things to be. This is true for personal growth. If the right thing happens at the wrong time, then the desired result is not achieved. Planting seeds in the dry months instead of the rainy season will not enable them to take root, no matter how fertile the land is. Be mindful of what is best during your seasons of growth and transformation.
- Using sixth senses for the greater good, facilitating forward movement in evolving from one state of being to another that brings about better experiences.