Those in their adult years, who have experienced an “awakening,” are reconnecting with his/her soul through one’s sixth senses. In school, the 5 senses of touching, hearing, smelling, tasting, and seeing are taught. All these senses are tangible and perceived through one’s common sense. However, most people are not taught about their 6th senses of clairaudience (clear hearing), claircognizance (clear knowing), clairsentience (clear feeling), and clairvoyance (clear seeing). These 6th senses are intangible to science, for the most part, and as a result, many are uncertain about their 6th senses due to lack of “proof.”
The first stages of human development mainly involve the senses of touching, hearing, smelling, tasting and seeing. However, children are great receptors of spirit, especially infants, and the 6th sense is just as strong as the common 5 senses we are all familiar with. Young children see auras, are telephathic, or see the unseen, such as angels, spirit guides, and crossed-over loved ones, just to name a few. These types of experiences come naturally to young children.
From birth, children are in touch with their spiritual selves. The ego then develops and grows stronger with each stage of development. As the ego grows, its influence becomes stronger and stronger. At some point, one can choose to place their trust in ego feelings rather than one’s heart. That is the beginning of separation from the embrace of spirit. Unfortunately, without validation and attention drawn to one’s 6th senses, many children unlearn their spiritual gifts and 6th senses as a result. The separation from spirit can further continue if one becomes unbalanced and confused about their inner guidance system, which results in one following their ego mind more than listening to one's heart (which is spirit speaking to you).
The good news is we can help children learn to grow up with their 6th senses intact by incorporating awareness of spirit into a child’s development. Teach your children that they have 6th senses of clairaudience, claircognizance, clairsentience, and clairvoyance. Talk to your children about their “instincts” or “gut feelings.” Teach your children to focus upon their heart chakras and notice what they feel within their hearts.
Awareness and open discussion are essential to raising “whole” children. Society teaches us the importance of having discussions of drug and alcohol abuse. Most children receive sex education in school. But we typically don’t teach our children about their 6th senses, mostly because it is intangible, not proven scientifically, and not a common societal practice. Most folks weren’t raised with awareness of the 6th senses, so we don’t pass that knowledge on to our offspring.
Incorporating regular discussions of the ways our 6th senses show up in our everyday living is a great start to keeping your children connected to their spirit, in touch with their 6th senses, and moving through life more smoothly in flow with their soul and spirit.