Posted on : 03-02-2015 | By : Lynn | In : Communication, Creativity, Featured, Spirituality
Tags: extra-sensory, IONS, psychic
I’m sure someone (probably many someones) have come up with a more elegant way (see IONS article by Michael A. Jawer) of describing this particular manner of extra sensing that I have, but as my mind is want to do, my imagination has its own unique way of visualizing what it feels like when some extra sensory something “pops” open inside of me . The pop usually happens when I’m talking with someone about a person, pet or thing they care about. In a matter of seconds, I feel flooded with a “knowing” about the subject of their concern and also a perspective about how said subject experiences life. Thank God this usually happens with someone who knows me pretty well so that my sudden 3-D understanding doesn’t freak them out. Still, there have been a few times when it’s happened with someone who I don’t know very well. Like the time members of a group I belonged to had gotten together for a meeting to turn over responsibilities from older to newer members of the group. During the comfortable, easy chit-chat at the beginning, one of the Dad’s began talking about his son and spontaneously I was able to add in affirmations about what he was saying and include his son’s perspective. It’s a good thing this Dad shares my same faith tradition and has a fairly open mind because he was pretty amazed that I “knew” his son so well without really knowing him. Call it what you may, but I think that’s an example of when my pop-open-window ESP goes into effect.
Most likely there is all kinds of evidence that can support whatever is the most comfortable theory you have for explaining this phenomena of knowing. Use whatever works best for you. The point of my sharing this with you is not only because I think it’s way freaking cool and fun when it happens but also for me to remember and in turn help you to remember that it’s important for us to ask permission first if we may share what we are sensing. Really, it’s just good manners and might help you to not freak out others as often as you might otherwise.
Thought for the Day: All kinds of special “gifts” come to us and can be used through us to help ourselves and others. Hopefully, we can recognize them as gifts so that we can respect them for what they are and their effect upon ourselves and others.
Helpful Hint for Being Human: We have just begun to crawl towards the edge of our awareness of what it means to be human. Keep an open mind and embrace the everyday miracles of being us.