By Jason Lincoln Jeffers
Our five senses are designed for pleasure. But when you believe that your five senses are the only reality, that your sense of smell, tastes, sight, hearing, and touch is all there is, you are limiting yourself from experiencing a much larger world. The mystical realm involves tuning into the higher six senses: clairaudience (hearing), clairsentience (feeling, touching), clairvoyance (seeing), claircognizance (knowing), clairalience (smelling), and clairgustance (tasting).
According to polls conducted by the U.S. Parapsychological Association, there has been a rise of belief from amongst the general public who believe in these extra senses. In 1990 only 26% of the population believed that people possessed them. In 2000 the figure rose to 32% and in 2005 it rose again to 45%. That’s close to a 100% a increase in belief among the public in just fifteen years, and I expect those figures to continue to rise. No doubt people are believing more because they are discovering these powers firsthand.
One of the ways the public is beginning to experience these supernatural abilities is from the kundalini awakening. Years before the actual awakening, the initiate may become aware of glimpses into altered states of consciousness. For example, subtle feelings of euphoria may occur after a just a few sips of wine. It’s not the wine that’s causing it, it’s the release of a chemical from the pineal gland called DMT (Dimethyltryptamine).
Other signs of a coming kundalini awakening may include: involuntary jerking movements of the body, subtle tingling in the lower spine, heat or pressure focused on any of the major chakras (such as the third eye chakra or heart chakra), reading other people’s thoughts, having strong feelings of premonition, immediately coming up with solutions to lingering problems without question or confusion.
One of the major signs of an impending kundalini awakening are what I call “word echoes.” Word echoes are when you hear a word or words that you are either thinking, writing, or reading, echo back to you from another source such as a person speaking on the radio, TV, or another person close to you. For example, if you’re writing or reading the word, “journey,” you’ll hear the word “journey” being said by someone from another source in the very same instance that you’re reading or writing it. Now, this may not seem like a strange experience. Just by the sheer odds of it, that’s bound to happen. That’s true, however, when this happens many times a day, every day, then it becomes apparent that something new is going on.
As we approach the end of the Mayan Calendar on December 22, 2012, humanity is beginning to evolve into a supernatural being. These higher sense are no longer going to be limited to the sages, mystics, yogis, and shamans. They are already being discovered by normal everyday people amongst the sea of the masses.
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