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Do you have a sixth sense? Do you feel things before they happen? Do you meet people and instantly something tells you to keep the person very close or run 10 miles away from the person?
Another term for sixth sense is extrasensory perception. ESP means the reception of information not gained through the recognized senses and not internally originated. It is beyond our five commonly recognized senses - hearing, taste, sight, smell, and touch.

These 5 basic senses are based on material sensations; they allow us perceive things that physically exist around us. The sixth sense is sometimes described as intuition, or the sense of knowing something without previous stored knowledge.

    HOW TO:
    1. NURTURE your intuition: Everyone has that gut feeling thingy always trying to communicate. Stop ignoring so you stop getting into trouble. When you get an instant liking or disliking for someone you just met or you have a good or bad feeling about something about to happen don't wave it off.
    2. DEVELOP the skill: It is a form of quick info processing and it's a skill that can be developed with practice and attention. Consistently develop your unconscious intuitive knowledge about a wide range of situations and experiences.
    3. CULTIVATE your perception: Learn to pay attention to details. Notice minute things. Notice subtle shifts and changes in your environment. Learn to watch and listen closely. Exercise your nonvisual senses. Remember appearance can be deceitful.

    If you are going to be very successful in life you can't keep ignoring your ESP
    Have a blessed day/week ahead

Credit: Auntychichi

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