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SixthSense.org is here to promote changing the definition of the sixth sense in dictionaries to mean “emotions” instead of intuition so that emotions have as much credence in people’s minds as the other five senses.  

The sixth sense has typically been known as strong accurate intuition or a special knowing about the future or life beyond, etc. Even this type of sixth sense is first felt inside a person in the form of emotion and thought.  We seem to think having a sixth sense is a gift that is only available to some people. That is inaccurate. We all have the intuitive sixth sense to some degree. Not all of us have developed it.

Let’s call intuition and telepathy what they are. Inspirational and internal knowing. A combination of sense six and seven, emotion and thought. 

Anyone can develop their intuition by acknowledging their thought and emotional process and the thought and emotional process in others.  By being honest with themselves and others about thoughts and feelings we get tuned in. Eventually we become so attuned to thoughts and feelings that we see ourselves as having good intuition and a sixth sense. 

Thought and emotion are internal senses that have more affect on our lives than any other senses. It’s time we honoured them as such, and start teaching in schools, the affects our internal senses have on our lives.

Thought and emotion control our actions and interactions with others. As we learn about the human interaction process, get tuned in to our thoughts, emotions and intentions, we can become great communicators and attract anything we want into our lives.

We want to start a movement to have our schools focus on establishing healthy awareness and communication habits in our students by the time they finish school. Right now they don’t. Ask any employer.

Thought and emotion, sense six and seven greatly affect our ability to communicate. Most of our students could come out of school with excellent communication and conflict resolution skills.  Why don’t they? We can establish healthy communication habits in our students. Why aren’t we doing it?

Let’s teach our kids the importance of healthy thought and emotional habits and show them how to establish them. In everyday life, they are way more important to us than algebra or how many stars are in the sky. When we teach our children about the HIP (Human Interaction Process) and show them how to use it in daily communication processes, they will become great communicators and achievers. You can read more about the HIP in the book ‘Four Mentors” by Mike Garska and www.FindAMentor.org

You can reach us at 780-445-0020 in Canada country code 1. We are looking forward to hearing from you. You can also contact us at our e-mail address: novacom1@telus,net