Beyond the Senses

Posted by Maria Certo on Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Our five senses include sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.

We also have a sense of knowing or intuition that has not been catagorized within the five senses.

These senses grab our attention as information is continually coming into our energy field to be processed.

Let's begin with sight.

Sight is what the human eye sees.

It is also your conscious awareness in viewing life situations.

This sight is what changes confusion into clarity as wisdom is attained.

Sound of course is noises heard.

Sound also relates to what we "hear" as others speak.

When we are truly paying attention to someone as they speak, an array of emotions are understood by the listener.

To really listen to someone is to not make jugdements or give personal opinions.

It is to allow the person to speak what is in their heart so the release of pain or confusion can occur.

Touch is extremely healing to all those who have physical, emotional or mental pain.

Human touch is the hand of God being felt through the senses.

Gently touching someone on the arm or giving a hug can be very healing.

Other forms of healing are used through modalities such as massage, acupressure, reflexology or reiki.

These modalities create a healthy flow of energy within the body that has been blocked through stress or physical alliments.

They also provide deep pressure to allievate pain, stress and emotional hurts.

Taste and smell are bonuses within the senses.

They tap into our desires but also alert us to danger.

We use these senses in language when things don't feel right.

"That left a bad taste in my mouth".

We use this expression when something negative has been said or done.

"Something smells fishy in this situation".

This is said when mistrust is felt.

Intuition is something we feel inside that is true but cannot be explained.

This information is given to us from our angels and guides.

We get "gut" feelings all the time.

We Always need to follow these "gut" feelings as this is God speaking to us.

It is guidance to be heeded for our personal protection and learning.

Each of these senses have their own individual blessing. 

They wake us to the importance of being alive.

Celebrate your life everday and send out gratitude for the Gift of living.





"How good is man's life, the mere living! How fit to employ all the heart and the soul and the senses forever in joy"!
~Robert Browning~




















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Beyond the Senses

Posted by Maria Certo on Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Our five senses include sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.

We also have a sense of knowing or intuition that has not been catagorized within the five senses.

These senses grab our attention as information is continually coming into our energy field to be processed.

Let's begin with sight.

Sight is what the human eye sees.

It is also your conscious awareness in viewing life situations.

This sight is what changes confusion into clarity as wisdom is attained.

Sound of course is noises heard.

Sound also relates to what we "hear" as others speak.

When we are truly paying attention to someone as they speak, an array of emotions are understood by the listener.

To really listen to someone is to not make jugdements or give personal opinions.

It is to allow the person to speak what is in their heart so the release of pain or confusion can occur.

Touch is extremely healing to all those who have physical, emotional or mental pain.

Human touch is the hand of God being felt through the senses.

Gently touching someone on the arm or giving a hug can be very healing.

Other forms of healing are used through modalities such as massage, acupressure, reflexology or reiki.

These modalities create a healthy flow of energy within the body that has been blocked through stress or physical alliments.

They also provide deep pressure to allievate pain, stress and emotional hurts.

Taste and smell are bonuses within the senses.

They tap into our desires but also alert us to danger.

We use these senses in language when things don't feel right.

"That left a bad taste in my mouth".

We use this expression when something negative has been said or done.

"Something smells fishy in this situation".

This is said when mistrust is felt.

Intuition is something we feel inside that is true but cannot be explained.

This information is given to us from our angels and guides.

We get "gut" feelings all the time.

We Always need to follow these "gut" feelings as this is God speaking to us.

It is guidance to be heeded for our personal protection and learning.

Each of these senses have their own individual blessing. 

They wake us to the importance of being alive.

Celebrate your life everday and send out gratitude for the Gift of living.





"How good is man's life, the mere living! How fit to employ all the heart and the soul and the senses forever in joy"!
~Robert Browning~




















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Beyond the Senses

Posted by Maria Certo on Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Our five senses include sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.

We also have a sense of knowing or intuition that has not been catagorized within the five senses.

These senses grab our attention as information is continually coming into our energy field to be processed.

Let's begin with sight.

Sight is what the human eye sees.

It is also your conscious awareness in viewing life situations.

This sight is what changes confusion into clarity as wisdom is attained.

Sound of course is noises heard.

Sound also relates to what we "hear" as others speak.

When we are truly paying attention to someone as they speak, an array of emotions are understood by the listener.

To really listen to someone is to not make jugdements or give personal opinions.

It is to allow the person to speak what is in their heart so the release of pain or confusion can occur.

Touch is extremely healing to all those who have physical, emotional or mental pain.

Human touch is the hand of God being felt through the senses.

Gently touching someone on the arm or giving a hug can be very healing.

Other forms of healing are used through modalities such as massage, acupressure, reflexology or reiki.

These modalities create a healthy flow of energy within the body that has been blocked through stress or physical alliments.

They also provide deep pressure to allievate pain, stress and emotional hurts.

Taste and smell are bonuses within the senses.

They tap into our desires but also alert us to danger.

We use these senses in language when things don't feel right.

"That left a bad taste in my mouth".

We use this expression when something negative has been said or done.

"Something smells fishy in this situation".

This is said when mistrust is felt.

Intuition is something we feel inside that is true but cannot be explained.

This information is given to us from our angels and guides.

We get "gut" feelings all the time.

We Always need to follow these "gut" feelings as this is God speaking to us.

It is guidance to be heeded for our personal protection and learning.

Each of these senses have their own individual blessing. 

They wake us to the importance of being alive.

Celebrate your life everday and send out gratitude for the Gift of living.





"How good is man's life, the mere living! How fit to employ all the heart and the soul and the senses forever in joy"!
~Robert Browning~




















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