I am taking this from Book Four "The Keys of the Kingdom" Chapter 9 titled Key of the Kingdom - Frequencies. If you guys have not got the four book series you need to do so. all of what we have placed in recent blogs are more defined with greater details in those four books.
In order to understand our brain messaging system we must first have to understand frequencies and how they communicate. I know this maybe a lengthy post but I am sharing the entire chapter 9 so nothing is missed or misunderstood.
We have been taught all our lives about humans had five senses – sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing. However, our physical body has many more than just these five. We have internal and external sensory organs that produce awareness of the world inside of us and those of the world around us. It is these sensory organs that tell us whether we are moving down the right path (some call this the narrow path) or the wrong path (some call this the wide path).
What is the definition of senses? According to Webster its definition is to perceive by the senses to be or become conscious of sense danger; grasp, comprehend; to detect automatically especially in response to a physical stimulus (such as light or movement).
We have been taught that we have a sixth sense of intuition or intuitive power. Scientists have told us that this intuitive power is unlike the five senses of sight, tough, hearing, taste, and smell. Our intuitive power remains hidden and out of reach from the outward physical body.
In an article written by Niranjan Seshadri published on the website of www.mindandsoul.space, https://mindandsoul.space/home/2019/4/13/the-power-of-intuition-why-is-it-so-rare, he tells us the following.
“Unlike the five senses of sight, touch, hearing, taste, and smell, the sixth sense or the faculty of intuition, remains hidden and out of reach. We get rare glimpses of this elusive sense. In moments of extreme clarity and present awareness, we may suddenly get an answer to a burning question that has failed to come via the rational thought process. Such intuitive perception bypasses the sensory nervous system and the intermediary step of conscious thought. There is a lot we don’t know about our interiority that lies beyond the mind, including the power to intuit. Logic lives within the framework of the conscious thought and is linked to the information gathered through the five senses, sourced either directly or indirectly. Through logic, we cannot explain or explore the sixth sense of intuition.
Evolution of individual consciousness passes through three steps — that of instinct, intellect, and intuition. Our brain has an ‘ancient’ part called the hindbrain, and a ‘modern’ part called the forebrain. The former is related to instinctual responses, and the latter is responsible for intellectual activities. Research on the areas of the brain li