|Posted by csy11 on April 8, 2014 at 10:55 AM|
Last night, it was time to chill-out a bit after a hectic day, so I turned on the television and decided on Long Island Medium, starring Theresa Caputo. (Yes, I do watch TV). Theresa, who is a medium and specializes in connecting with those whose bodies have died and have since gone into the Light, was questioning her role in this particular lifetime. In essence, why does she have this gift? I like how easily she roles with the punches and accepts her role as a medium. In order to help answer this question, "Why Me?" Theresa underwent a past life regression in hopes of answers and found them.
There is not a week that goes by when I am not discovering a client who embodies some type of sixth sense that they are either unaware of or have chosen to ignore for a variety of reasons. Sixth sense abilities cover a variety of senses, including clear seeing (clairvoyance), clear hearing (clairaudience), clairsentience (clear feeling aka empath), claircognizance (clear knowing), and smelling and tasting as well. Most are dominant in 1-2 areas, but abilities do develop over time.
It can be unpleasant to find oneself ultrasenstive! Imagine going through life feeling what other people feel - their energy, their emotions, whether they are truthful or not. Imagine what it is like to see things that others cannot see or hear voices that others cannot hear. Most sensitives keep this to themselves for fear of being labeled crazy.
There is a reason for the sensitivity. Prior to incarnation, the soul agreed to this set of circumstances usually for the ultimate purpose of helping/serving others. This is what Theresa discovered via her soul searching.
A life of service, whether it is human, animal or the planet, does not mean you have to quit your job or join a monastery. Perhaps the call to assist others is every now and again but is just as magnificent.
How does one manage a sixth sense? Like anything, a combination of knowledge and support is a good place to start. Developing your sixth sense is incredibly helpful. How?
A sixth sense can feel like a double-edged sword. It is bitter-sweet, no question. However, if you decide to lean more toward the sweet, you will find that it is an amazing feeling to help another out. There just needs to be a willingness.
No more deploring your gifts! Start embracing.