Lesson #61: What Soul Senses Are Activating While You Dream?

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We are closing out our month on dreams, talking about how our intuitive senses come alive in our dreams. 

“Recognize the gifts you have acquired throughout this lifetime and others. It is time to remember those lessons you’ve learned on your soul path in order to bring them into the present for the highest good of all concerned.”

-Doreen Virtue & Melissa Virtue

Our culture teaches us that intuitive senses are gifts. Gifts that only a few possess like X-Men.

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Let’s begin this lesson by clarifying, this is an absolute lie. Intuitive senses are in the same category as the other five: seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling and touching. They are senses that we all possess. Our society has simply instilled in us that they can’t be real because they are based on the intangible. They are based on energy. 

When it comes down to it, these senses see, hear, taste, smell and feel energy. For example, the intuitive sense of clairvoyance, is the act of seeing energies through the “third eye” and the intuitive sense of clairaudient, is the act of hearing other energies that are present. Both are senses that put you intune and greater harmony with the energies you come in contact with regularly. 

Yes, regularly – the world is made up of energy. Everything is energy. That’s why these senses are so vital, because they allow you to fully interact with the world. They allow you to fully come alive. It’s unfortunate that our world has convinced us that these senses should be feared and otherwise suppressed. 

However, no matter how hard you try, you cannot suppress them fully. They are and will always be part of you. Therefore, they will inevitably present themselves when given the opportunity. An ideal opportunity for these senses to come alive is when your defenses are down – like when you take a trip to dream town.


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