On Dutch national television I watched a program called The Sixth Sense. The KRO had ten candidates to proof that they were paranormal indeed. Why do I bring this up? It makes me think about why do human beings have paranormal expressions and how are we to use it? First answer: We have it as a guide in life and we can use it for ourselves and others. Second answer: I don’t have a clue.
Well, this program is nice to watch. All the candidates improved their skills and ‘proved’ to others that they were indeed paranormal. But what good is it to prove things in tests like this? It does give proof that there is something more. But why would you want to know things like this? How else can we use the paranormal senses?
How to use sixth sense?
As I said, I would like to use my sixth sense as an inner guide in life, to see it as a way for my soul to guide me to where I have to go. To grow and become more aware of who I am. The hunches and feelings guides me to the best place. Mind you: that is not always the place where I would like to go. It gets me to unknown places to learn and experience.
I use the sixth sense mostly for myself, I nurture it and develop it. It is hard to make sense of the sixth sense. I don’t always understand my first impressions on things or people. The minute I think about it, the impression gets another meaning. Here is an example to show you how I don’t have a clue what to do or expect.
Once I had a client that brought her dog. A family member had died and the client wanted to talk. I felt the deceased person right away. To deal with the dog was an altogether new thing. It wanted all my attention, all of the time. I could hardly talk and convey a message or any information. I could not even keep up my concentration.
At one stage the client went on the table for a short healing. The dog kept interfering and wanted attention. The client did not want the dog on the table, it was to avoid the dominance of the dog over the client. But there was nothing I could do. I finally sat down on the floor and the fairly big dog crept on my lap, put his head on my shoulder. It began to fall asleep.
Totally at peace we sat together. After five minutes we decided that the dog had to be on the table. And what did it do? The dog lay down on top of the client in fact fully covered the client. The healing was as much for the dog as the client. Only then did the client feel at peace to share information and address issues at hand.
What do I make of it? During a session I use everything that happens as totally relevant. So the dog apparently wanted the attention. The client tried to keep the lively and young dog quiet and at rest. That control was clearly not possible since the dog knew better. On the table with the dog fully over my client the session could begin. It was a lesson for me in being humble and accept what is. I was working hard to convey information of the deceased, but spirit had other plans. When the dog could have its way everything go clear.