As a child, from my younger years up to around the age of five or six, I strongly remember how much the way I felt was my guide or compass in life. I could feel truth and the energy in people, situations and places I went. These feelings or knowings that came naturally through my body were the awareness of a known truth from deep within me that helped me to safely negotiate my way through life. Quite simply, it felt either ok or not ok, like comparing it to water when you go snorkelling… the water is either clear, or murky and unclear.
Looking back I remember some very strong and poignant feelings when it came to people and places. Like the time when my father took me and my brother to a friend’s place for a social visit, around the age of four or five. There was a bit of excitement and intrigue at going somewhere new and seeing people; as children, the warm smiles, hugs, cuddles, greetings of people, and especially women, were always appreciated.
I distinctly remember the energy was heavy, thick and dense as we entered the house. In the dark, smoke-filled room, three or four men were gathered around a table playing cards and drinking vodka. After a brief hello and greeting, my brother and I quickly headed straight for the light of the back door into the garden; running, then skipping, trying to shake the heaviness, negativity and ‘yucky’ feeling of the house and its inhabitants. I could feel the heavy emotions and ingrained behaviours of men lost in old hurts. Many years later, as a young adult, I found out that one of the men had suffered a lot in his life and had survived detention as a prisoner in the Russian Gulags of Siberia. Looking back from where I stand now, I understand the men and their lives more, as well as the shutting down or closing off resulting from their addictions that were also very evident as a coping mechanism. Unfortunately, it felt as if they had re-created the desolation of a prison camp in their own house. The house felt loveless and there were no women there either.
My brother and I played outside, making light of the desolate back yard with our games and playfulness. We only went back into the house to briefly pass through when we were called to leave. Our clairsentience told us it was not a place for children to hang out, as the men felt very cold and hard.
There are so many occasions looking back to my childhood where clairsentience – the clear sense of energy being felt – was experienced. As the silent observer and youngest child sitting in the back seat of the family car, I knew the truth and I was able to read exactly what was going on in the dynamics of parents and siblings when we would go on a trip somewhere. This was a common occurrence for me as a young child, and it was as if I could clearly feel the truth, even though people were saying or acting out something completely different. We all have the ability to feel and mostly we choose to not be able to access this inner knowing.
So my questions are: why and when do we start to lose our clairsentience?
For me it feels as if we gradually sell out to the world and its ways, getting caught up with the doing, achieving and box ticking in life. As well as the institutionalised life of heavy schooling and rote learning, we are constantly being trained and recognised for what we do, rather than how we feel, or who we are and what we bring. In the face of this, we constantly choose to dull down our sixth sense, so eventually we are comfortably numb and merely function in a society where truth takes a back seat or is overridden. There are many more factors such as lifestyle choices, food, drugs and alcohol that we also use to dull down our sixth sense, or clairsentience. So eventually, as adults, we choose to give up on ourselves and not feel what we used to be able to feel, and we go along with things, tick boxes, be ‘good or bad,’ don’t make waves, settle for less truth by not speaking our truth so as to fit into the status quo of societal life. All at the expense of the amazing 6th sense that was with us as our birthright and a God given… pardon the pun.
The choice to reconnect to our clairsentience is always there and, through my own journey, I have relearned how to feel and make choices that help develop my energetic awareness. I have been able to claim back my clairsentience, without perfection that is. The depth of this varies from day to day, depending on how I have lived and looked after myself. To use clairsentience to be able to feel what is the best choice of action in life’s myriad of choices, and then to consistently make more loving choices, is very empowering.
I’ve realised that choices don’t require the hard mental energy but a more feeling approach, which then gives a more inclusive or spherical way around either an issue, or day-to-day stuff.
Making mistakes is also a big part of the journey, confirming where you are at, in relation to reading situations and whether true clairsentience is used or ‘other stuff’ got in the way. As I said before… no perfection, everything is an opportunity to evolve.
This has been an amazing journey in itself, seeing the awesome constellations that can happen, especially so when I get myself and my emotions out of the way. I am constantly in awe of what can happen when we become aware of our sixth sense again.
Without the help and support of the ancient wisdom – Esoteric teachings through Universal Medicine this time around, in its many forms of audios, books, practitioners and courses – this would have been a more arduous journey back to relearning clairsentience.
By Greg, Australia