Meaningful Monday’s ~’Senses’

Shadow of my hanging crystal in the window and prisms on the wall.

The Sunlight cast her golden glow through the gap in the treeline, sending her light to to catch the hanging teardrop crystal that hung in the window.

A multitude of tiny rainbow prisms danced along the wall, as I caught the crystal as I drew open the curtains to greet my day. It was a while before they settled their dance and left their bright rainbows along the wall, each a perfect spectrum of light. 

The frost had magically transformed the lawn to white shards of glistening glitter as the Sun’s rays caught them. The Blackbird already well into eating breakfast was pecking the left-over corn and mealworms left out yesterday.

The Robin was perched in his usual favourite spot on the fence serenely surveying the garden, while the sparrows busied themselves as they frantically battled for positions pecking each other out of the way on the fat-ball feeder.

A neighbour’s cat at that moment took his usual shortcut through our garden and in an instant, there was not a bird in sight, as they had swiftly all flown into their invisible hides within the bushes.

I smiled as I breathed in deeper, as I greeted my day. Knowing that as soon as the cat was out of sight, the birds would be back to fill up for breakfast.

The kettle came to the boil, and the aroma of the toast popping up from the toaster brought my attention back to my tasks in hand, as I prepared my own breakfast.

I took my tea and toast to sit by the patio window as I watched the garden life resume, as one by one the sparrows popped their heads out from the bushes and their cheerful chattering once again saying the coast was clear. While the rainbows continued to shine in their magnificent hues along the wall.  

Crystal rainbow prisms on wall

Today’s post is being merged with a challenge set up by Linda, over at Litebeings Chronicles    on her challenge of Litebeings Sense-sational Challenges  

I wrote the above, because each day we use our senses, and if we lost one of them it would alter our lives drastically. and within that first few moments of waking, I had used all five of them.

We take each of them for granted, and are so very blessed with being able to see, hear, feel, taste, smell, and yet, there is one in which we all of us have, and often are unaware of how to use it, and that is our  sixth sense.

Feather- Crystal Rainbow Prisms

This sixth sense is one that we have all been born with, but we have long since lost the ability to activate it successfully. And when we do, people are fearful of it, so you either tend to hide this ability or if you are a child, you are soon told it is nonsense and it is not to be practised, so like any muscle, if you do not use it, you soon lose it.

I have been very privileged in using my sixth sense and developing it during my life time. And have used my Inner Knowing, our inbuilt intuitive system that when you tune in correctly, helps us to explore our deeper connection beyond that which we can see. 

Rainbow Prism on wall~ Perfect. We are all colours within the rainbow, None are separate.

 

I am sure there are many of you who have stories of when such sixth senses kicked in, when you had that feeling of something was about to happen, or you had an unexplained encounter, premonition, or simple knew who was on the other end of the land line before you even picked up the phone.

Linda’s challenge asked. Which senses bring you Joy and delight. In short, they all do, I could not paint, sew, cook, knit or garden without the enjoyment of ALL of my senses that come into play.  Linda’s second question was, How do they help you live a meaningful life? They all bring meaning to my life. Each and every one of them. For each are important.

But my sixth sense is also very important, for in learning to connect deeper, and activate this hidden sense which we ALL of us have, it has allowed me to explore not only my own inner worlds, but worlds beyond, which so many are afraid of touching. And when you learn to traverse this new sense, you also find a whole new world waiting to be explored, that brings deeper understanding to why we are here and who we are and to our Mission here on Earth. 

 

One  sense that I wish to embrace more, Is my Sense of ‘Vision’… Not within my own eyes, but the Vision I hold for the world. One where our dreams of what is possible outweighs our uncertainties.  Where we can leave the past in the past, as we embrace and engage in the experience of Now. Breathing in beauty, creating beauty within our thoughts, as we share common good with our community. A Vision, where no one lives in lack, and where ALL life is precious, where all are equal, where no one starves, and one where we grow to respect each other and all living things.

Yes, you may say I am a dreamer… 

But without Dreams, we have no Vision.

 Our thoughts, and our actions are what bring about our future, so today’s Visions are our future tomorrows.

Thank you Linda for your Sense-sational Challenge, and if you want to join in I know she has some dates left for November if you should wish to and pick up your Badge.  And if you should think is art is familiar, I donated this piece of art for Linda’s Challenge to create the badge. 

What sixth sense have you experienced?

The next on the list in the challenge at the moment of  publication to take part Is Leigh on the 15th Nov’

In Love and Light

Sue .

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105 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Seenorway
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 12:10:57

    Hi, SUe –
    I thought you needed a rest? How’s your eyes coming along?

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  2. DG MARYOGA
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 12:19:44

    Not an easy job to draw the Light & the light … You efficiently drew and captured both,dear Sue!
    Wonderful your images with intriguing shades and shadows,gorgeous your thoughts and your perception on our senses.The sixth sense,which is more developed and accurate in the female brain;it has to do with the structure,always fascinates me.We’ve all experienced lots of incidents which show us its multi- dimensional nature … Take good care of all your senses,and especially of your eyes,dear friend.Wishing you a brilliant & creative week ahead ~ hugs & kisses 🙂 ❤ xxx

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  3. Somali K Chakrabarti
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 12:24:28

    Hi Sue, This is a sense- soothing post. I can almost visualize the morning scene with the frost in the garden, the kettle with the boiling water, the cat, the sparrows popping out their heads. The rainbow prisms on the wall are there to see. The sixth sense is important and happy to know that you have developed. I am not at all sure about mine. Hope your sense of vision for the world also develops in the way to wish it to.
    How’s your eye now? Please do not stress yourself till you completely recover. Love & Regards, Somali

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 13, 2017 @ 12:30:47

      Hi dear Somali.. firstly thank you the eye is much improved though I have my screen in large print so as not to strain it, and the drops continue for a few days.. But So much better..
      Your sixth sense, I am sure you have it.. often its just a moment of quietening your mind to listen to what comes back deep from your heart.. We all have that inner knowing, as our inner BEing guides us. Some just have enhanced those senses through the years..
      Thank you, I intended for the reader to get caught up first in the senses I was feeling as I drew open the curtains..
      And that is all we need do for ourselves.. As we draw back the veil to use our senses and follow our hearts.. LOVE and many thanks, I will take WP in small bits for sure 😀 Thank you again Somali for your love and Presence xx

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  4. Hariod Brawn
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 12:30:22

    A beautifully evocative piece, dear Sue, capturing the intimacy of subjective sensation most vividly and vitally. I suppose your 6th sense is something akin to intuition, is it? I tend to regard intuition as thought operating at the speed of light, meaning pre-verbal thought that isn’t burdened by the cumbersome rational mind and vocabulary. Actually, a great many thoughts are intuitions in a way, or their genesis is as intuition, as they don’t come into existence with their verbalisation, but prior to it. Our understanding and (re)cognition of them comes about in their echoing by verbal means, whether silently to ourselves or out loud. It’s a fascinating area, the whole business of knowing things prior to thought. Many great discoveries were made that way, as a chap called Jacques Hadamard wrote earlier in the last century in his book The Psychology of Invention in the Mathematical Field. H ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 13, 2017 @ 12:40:43

      Wonderful to have your thoughts upon this subject Hariod.. You know if I could tell you how my sixth sense worked, I could not explain it in words.. Even my mediumistic abilities I could not tell you exactly how they operate.. Although I do not tune into those as often as I used to.. But we are all connected via the field of energy, all capable of accessing it .. Which is why often at simultaneous times throughout our earths history certain inventions have been created out of so called ‘Thin air’ by various inventors, at great distances apart geographically. Who have thought each stole each others idea.. Yet in fact they reached out and pulled back through their own ‘Sixth sense’ Intuition which has long been neglected by the masses.. Information we have long ago forgotten. We have other terms for this field..
      But if we all of us at least got back in touch with the heart.. That would be a great starting point to rely upon our intuitive senses. 😀
      Many thanks dearest Hariod.. Loved your comment.. 🙂 ❤

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  5. Val Boyko
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 12:38:21

    Beautifully written Sue. I have a crystal hanging in my office which catches the low sun all through the winter. It always makes me smile, and reminds me of the unexpected light and joy around me.
    May our inner sensing continue to guide us. 💛

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  6. IreneDesign2011
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 13:39:59

    Lovely post, dear Sue. We do need all our senses for so long time as possible 🙂

    Some years ago, I got challenges with first my eyes, then my ears. I did meditate to find out the reasons for these challenges and found, that there were things, as I didn’t want to see or hear. When I worked through this area and it took its time, my challenges disappeared again.

    While I was in coma this summer, I had many strange experiences. You were included in one of them in trying to save my life, very short told. I try to go through all these experiences one by one and it is tough work. I would love to learn from all of it and I don’t ever wish to repeat that time in coma.

    I’m happy to hear, that your eyes are doing better. Take it easy and remember to relax in your eyes.
    Much love to you ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 13, 2017 @ 13:48:35

      Wow, thank you dearest Irene. and for that wonderful validation from you, that I was helping you.. I told Amy that I was dreaming of you and helping you.. In fact there were a few of us who banned together I feel whom you know here who held you in our hearts..

      I was struggling with Seeing something agreed.. and I went to bed asked for healing and the next day I awoke to find the irritation much improved. But I had also shifted some perception within.. And I knew deep down I was not seeing something as I should hence my comment upon my last post about not looking or seeing.. 🙂
      But thank you dear Irene for that confirmation.. And no, No way do you wish to return to such an experience.. And you can be assured I will take care an not over strain my eyes.. Everything is on large print right now for me to read here.. ❤ xxx

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  7. Superduque777
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 13:45:29

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  8. Denzil @ Life Sentences
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 14:26:02

    I was feeling very relaxed reading your morning routine, and could almost smell and taste the tea and toast. Lovely photos Sue. I’m afraid that my sixth sense comes into action far too infrequently, and sometimes even then I miss paying attention to it. Glad your eyes are on the mend.

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  9. David
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 14:58:03

    Thank you Sue, That all sounds so familiar and like you I could not write, do DIY, Garden, Paint Watercolours, Cook, Make loads of stuff without end! Without all of the physical senses. But, and again we are on the same vibration, the sixth sense for me is like a filter that brings the visions which I have been blessed to receive and to witness the Masters speaking to us over the years with their wisdom that makes sense of the many mysteries that tend on occasion to confound us. As they have said I do have a very vivid imagination! It makes for a very happy life and I am sure for you too. 🙂 😀

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  10. Writing to Freedom
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 15:04:25

    What a wonderful way to lead into a post about the senses and sixth sense. Mine is fairly strong, yet I’ve not developed confidence in understanding and following it. Thankfully, I’m beginning to relax, trust and flow with life more. I hope your inner and outer vision stay strong! blessings, Brad

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  11. insearchofitall
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 15:13:09

    Beautiful post, Sue. Glad to hear your eye is healing. I too have some lovely crystals sent by a friend in New Zealand that hand in my rooms that get the sunlight, They make life sparkle a bit. As for the sixth sense, I’ve always trusted it more than any other. Maybe that’s why my vision is so limited, so I will rely more heavily on that other vision. I will hold your vision for the world in my own heart as well, Thank you so much for it.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 13, 2017 @ 15:39:37

      Bless you dear Marlene.. and crystals that catch the light are beautiful aren’t they and I knew you held deeply your sixth sense dear Marlene.. may our vision for the world continue to grow as many more eyes open up their hearts.. ❤ Love and Blessings dear friend xx

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  12. Eddie Two Hawks
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 15:52:35

    The five senses barely skim the surface of the mundane universe. However, some people have developed and fine tuned their senses to perform at a maximum level giving the individual increased abilities and keen intuitive capabilities.
    It is not common place and requires mastery over oneself.
    A fabulous post indicating the abundance of power available for those will to are willing to work hard and then work hard some more.
    have a most precious day, Eddie

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 13, 2017 @ 15:58:45

      Wonderful Comment dear Eddie.. and thank you.. yes it takes patience and practice and perseverance But it is most Precious.. All the Ps lol.. as I write.. Which brings me to PEACE.. xxx 😀 thank you dear friend ❤

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  13. smilecalm
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 16:49:46

    thank you for sharing your rainbow
    and details of what is there, Sue
    without having to
    look any further 🙂

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  14. Paul Handover
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 16:58:47

    And how we share those six senses with our beloved dogs; especially our sixth. Thanks Sue for a very beautiful post!

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  15. thespiritkeeper
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 17:56:28

    Ah the beauty of crystal dancing on the walls is a hypnotizing feeling as this can lead to many thoughts. I am pleased that your eye is getting better and you are able to do your post in moderation hopefully.
    Beautiful description of your morning and being lulled back to the here and now of the smell of toast. As well the birds and animals being lulled out of summer’s laziness and their hustle and bustle of having frost on the ground which is a prelude to winter…..shiver.
    Yes I can’t imagine not having the physical sixth sense as they heightened the sixth sense as well but not necessarily so.
    I have so many stories of the sixth sense which are too long to put up but I did have an interesting experience two days ago while in a shopping mall. I think some of you have experienced or not when you are walking and you spot someone that you just know you know them and you both stop and look at each other with the knowings and not being sexual at all. It is such a familiar sense and you don’t know how you know them but you know you know them.
    I was walking in the mall and as per usual I look at people all the time. I saw a mother pushing a baby carriage. I looked at the child and our eyes immediately locked. I stopped. The mother pushing the carriage stopped and the child had an O forming his mouth and my mouth was open. I knew this child somehow. The mother then spoke and said two old soul meet. I was shocked as I have never heard anybody use the term old sould out of social media. That kind of broke the spell so to speak. When I got home I immediately asked Spirit about this incident and I was answered by Spirit saying that the child was an ancient one and that he was calling you. That made total sense to me and then Spirit before parting said that I have forgotten who I was before incarnating and that I was finding my way back. Thanks for a beautiful post and apologize for the length of my response.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 14, 2017 @ 12:00:13

      Oh wow Joseph thank you so much for sharing that with me, I hope other readers read this too.
      And I can not tell you how your own experience mirrored something very similar that happened to me with a young baby that was perhaps around 9 mths old, sitting too in his mothers shopping trolley.. Our eyes met at the check out counter, and Instant recognition .. The childs eyes were deep Blue like the ocean on a clear day almost turquoise .. And as our eyes locked the child a boy.. Screeched out in laughter .. I acknowledged him mentally as being here for some important purpose and his eyes never left my own all the while until I had to move away.. His Mother was oblivious to the proceedings as I just made the usual noises of how beautiful a child she had and how beautiful his smile and eyes were..
      So I totally could picture that encounter Joseph.. Totally.. and so happy you shared it xx 🙂

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      • thespiritkeeper
        Nov 14, 2017 @ 19:28:22

        Wow you had a similar experience. It is an amazing feeling and yet so and going back in time to ancient times. extraordinary and thank you for sharing your experience as well as when one shares it feels like you are all alone in your experience.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Nov 15, 2017 @ 14:51:18

          I remember I share that experience with a fellow blogger some years back.. And while there are those of us who experience LOVE, I have also experienced the opposite too.. Where a stranger pulls from you your energy that can hit you like a brick.. We forget lots of things the eye can not behold are also happening within our energy bodies. I have also had an attachment, that took some shaking.. But those are for another day.. 🙂 🙂

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    • mariewilliams53
      Nov 17, 2017 @ 15:31:26

      WOW!! Spiritkeeper, your account really resonated with me. I won’t elaborate – but I know exactly what you mean. Thanks for sharing. Marie

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  16. nhpureandsimple
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 19:04:30

    Love the images you drew for your morning!
    Great post, Sue.
    Wishing you all the best

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  17. Mark Lanesbury
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 19:44:22

    Each time I stepped into my fears the more open I became Sue. It is the only thing in this conditional world that holds us back. And of course it is meant to so that we can understand and appreciate that self love in our journey. And each time I faced something, more would ‘come through’.
    Like the amazing encounter from ‘thespiritkeeper’, we touch more and more beauty like that because we have finally opened ourselves to it, broken down those walls, and become closer to what is our natural state ❤
    Great post again kind lady, that if we 'let go' of this modern world and become like the nature of this world, we will resonate in that very space…like your lovely rainbows ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 14, 2017 @ 12:36:33

      Indeed Mark, if only more could come to know this world of which we travel.. But as you say, each has to traverse our fears and face them and then let them go.. More and more I get to come to this understanding.. And oh yes, once we do, the rainbows certainly glow!.. Thank you again Mark.. And yes Joseph’s encounter such a beautiful one which was so descriptive and memorable.. 🙂

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  18. Erika Kind
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 19:53:57

    So, the dreamers are more likely to let there sixth sense to its work. I can only agree. I was a big dreamer as a child and again later after I realized how important it is to have dreams and live dreams. Only when I let my dreams more happen my sixth sense came through… and I have had lots of wonderful and stunning experiences. Let’s keep dreaming… 💖

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  19. Christy B
    Nov 13, 2017 @ 22:15:12

    Oh that sixth sense! I think over the years I’ve come more in tune with it 😉 My eyes really do need some help though – it’ll be new glasses for me soon. Love you!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 14, 2017 @ 12:50:19

      Yes please do take care of your eyes,and I am sure your sixth sense has come to help you over the years Christy, learning to listen within and be more in tune with our gut feelings helps us many times.. Sending HUGE hugs my friend xx

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  20. litebeing
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 01:54:35

    Hi Sue,
    Thank you so much for creating a gorgeous badge and now writing such a lovely, post that takes the reader a bit deeper into yor heart. I loved your morning ” meditation where all your senses were deeply engaged. The prisms are so amazing!

    I deliberately left out the sixth sense in my challenge proposal because I wanted to focus on the ” gifts” of incarnating in the physical, suggesting we may lack the 5 senses when no longer in form. I am a huge fan of intuition and it gets stronger the more I pay attention and nurture its development. As a Taurus, you are typically attuned to the sensual world and are more likely to savor this world with delight and respect. Clearly, this is the case 🙂

    Thanks for joining in and composing such a marvelous post.

    love, Linda

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 14, 2017 @ 12:59:46

      My pleasure dear Linda… We would all be at a loss with losing any one of our senses,, The sixth is as natural to me as my others and If we think about it, we all of us use it every day, yet often are unaware of it..
      And I am so happy your own is more finely tuned.. For I feel we were given our five senses, to help us develop our sixth.. 😉
      Much Love and I enjoy creating both badge and post my friend.
      Sending HUGE hugs across the Pond.. ❤

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  21. Resa
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 02:46:26

    A lovely thought filled post! Thank you, Sue!

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  22. balroop2013
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 03:29:59

    Sue, this post is a perfect blend of what you are…an ardent nature lover who can find beauty in the shimmering rays, an embodiment of calmness, having an eye for detail, an adventurer who could dance with those rainbows prisms, an intuitive charmer, having the potential to allure with wonderful ideas and magical combination of words…
    I believe that we all have been blessed with the sixth sense but it depends on how much we nurture and fine-tune it to make it work. It lies dormant till we let it explore the world from a different angle. I agree with you dear friend, ‘without the dreams, we have no vision’ and vision needs wild imagination, running amuck across fields, mountains and oceans.
    Thank you for this delightfully refreshing post. Stay blessed and please take care of your eye.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 15, 2017 @ 12:51:22

      I am taking great care of my eye dear Balroop, hence only little bits of a time spent here focusing on WP..
      I so thank you dear friend for that wonderful description of finding peace within those rainbow prisms, I soaked them up for quite a time, sipping my tea, and watching the birds.. 🙂 And I think our sixth sense is used more often than we care to admit.. We check back with it every time we question ourselves.. As it delivers its answers from within 🙂
      Many thanks dear friend and Many blessings returned xx

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  23. dgkaye
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 04:21:17

    This was beautiful Sue. And I loved the photos of the feathers and the surrounding prism light. I loved the mention of the 6th sense, like you it has served me well many times over in life. I am blessed to have learned how to tune it to it at a very young age, as I’m sure you did too. Peace to you my dear friend. Hugs xoxoxo ❤

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  24. Annika Perry
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 09:23:16

    Sue, it was with joy that I read your post this morning. 😀 My routine in the early hush of dawn seems to mirror yours a bit…I nod hello to our robin out on the lawn, tap on the window to let the cat from next door know I’m awake and once she’s gone the smaller birds flock to the feeder. On sunny days I love to watch the play of light between the leaves in the trees…particularly colourful this time of year.

    All our senses are so important and integral to our daily lives…I do suffer from a disease of the cornea which with time will need a transplant and the symptoms affect my vision and head to a certain extent already…everday I am thankful to see! I see from the comments that you have had eye problem yourself. Is it sorted now? Did you have an operation? Sending healing hugs xx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 15, 2017 @ 12:57:38

      Bless you Annika, and so sorry to hear also about your own eye problems,, No nothing so serious for an opp, but an infection which was very sore and made moving my eye painful. But with medical drops its much improved although still quite dry and irritable, I am continuing with drops and taking focusing in small doses on WP for a while.
      How wonderful to start your day in such a fashion too.. And such a delight are Robins to greet our day, The feeders are always full of birds and the bird baths refilled often for the sparrows love to splash about in them..
      Many thanks for your kind Healing thoughts, Yours and others I am sure have helped generate quicker healing progress.. I so thank you for your kind comment.. 🙂
      Love and Hugs right back and you too take care, our sight is so very precious .. ❤

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  25. prenin
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 12:23:29

    My sixth sense has protected me many times over the decades, so I have learned to listen to its messages! 🙂

    Love and hugs my friend and I’m glad your eye is improving!!! 🙂 ❤

    Prenin.

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  26. Barbara Franken
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 12:57:54

    Beautifully written my friend… what would we be without our senses… I don’t believe there would be any existence. IAM a dreamer too and hold the vision with you of more and more hearts opening up to see the truth of unity consciousness. Much love, Barbara x

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  27. -Eugenia
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 14:44:06

    Sue, you have a lovely and contagious way of sharing your peace and light. Thank you for your weigh in on the sixth sense.

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  28. anitashree
    Nov 14, 2017 @ 14:50:18

    Awesome post, Sue! I loved the description of the morning, and I ‘saw’ it played out as a movie in my head!
    And I so agree about our sixth sense, the sense of knowing, intuition. I can’t really recall very clearly some of my experiences with it, but I know I’ve had some. Sigh..I do need to start meditating again..it’s been too long…too long.

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  30. Bela Johnson
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 00:07:33

    Lovely post, Sue. As for sixth senses, I must say I’ve used sight more than most. But sight is not separate from a kinesthetic felt sense, as well. I see/feel into the depth of things – into fields of immediate possibility beyond fences of denial and fear. In this case, seeing is perceiving. I like your visionary seeing, though it’s not my personal strength. I am glad for people like you. ❤

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  31. Sageleaf
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 02:07:07

    I love your non-fiction writing, too! As I read, it unfolded just like a story. Then reading about little rainbows and the beautiful little birds, yes…you activated my senses. I’m glad you mentioned gratitude for the senses. I’m reading “The Magic” this month and doing 28 days of gratitude. One of the exercises is to thank our bodies and senses for everything they do.
    Funny…that book mentions nothing about the sixth sense, but I suppose that wouldn’t appeal to the book’s intended audience, haha. Still…I am grateful for my intuition.
    The 6th sense. Since I started meditating so much, I feel this sense so much more. I really try to listen to my gut feeling on something. Do I listen correctly all the time? Oh lawd, absolutely not. I have so much to learn about it. But I really think time spent in meditation really helps.
    Something else I would love to develop is clairvoyance – because I know we’re all psychic, too. I’ve thought about doing guided meditations after the LIFE project on that. I dunno..me and my explorations. lol I’m always exploring, learning…taking it all in.
    I know you have a highly developed 6th sense. You can “feel” it. And the beautiful energy you put into your work and artwork, your beautiful sixth sense gets to be shared with others.
    Sending you big hugs, sweet friend! Here’s to many more wonderful stories – both fiction and non-fiction. 💝

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 15, 2017 @ 15:34:21

      Cynthia, I just went over to your blog and wow. loved your flash fiction piece.. Very enlightening in many ways..
      Oh I have no doubts at all Cynthia that you have lots of abilities for Clairvoyance, You already I feel are clairsentient. And all things come in succession as our awareness to our senses heighten. And not one of us is perfect, or we would not be in our Earth Life of discovery lol.. So I learn and grow daily..
      So happy you enjoyed my intro to this piece. I seriously need to do more meditative work again.. I can get very lax with it.. I sleep instead lol 🙂 But feel some progress is being made in sleep state so do not overly worry about it.. 😀 I am what I am, and it is what it is.. 🙂
      Sending Hugs and Much love back xxx Take care of you.. ❤ Sue

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  32. Ka Malana - Fiestaestrellas.com
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 03:45:46

    Wow! I LOVED this!!! I felt like I was there you and absorbing in your morning surroundings. The sights and the smells! Sue, I love how feathers and rainbows showed up in this together, too. How marvelously you have woven together the senses and lead us to the 6th. Probably my favorite post of yours right now….

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  33. Tina Frisco
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 04:03:55

    Beautiful post, Sue. Lovely images and much food for thought ❤

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  34. Linne
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 06:07:40

    Hi, Sue; I’ve been by from time to time but it’s ages since I left a comment. Thanks for this post; it’s very evocative. I enjoy all my senses, too, but I’d have to say I use some more than others. Or perhaps it’s just that I’m far more aware of some on a regular basis. Sight and hearing especially (and music most of all for the hearing). I do try to practise being in the moment and use my senses to help with that.

    As to other senses, I’ve had premonitory dreams on several occasions, and teaching dreams more than that, even. Dreams of spiritual meaning are always experienced as if I were inside a stained glass room; the colours of everything just ‘glow’. These are dreams that stay with me and I’ve never had to write them down. Teaching dreams are more like everyday life as to colours. I’ve also experienced a sort of inner ‘knowing’ a few times and when I paid attention to that and did whatever it was I was contemplating, the results were outstanding. For some years now, due to stress and life changes, I’ve felt far from that ‘knowing’. Then, after a series of decisions about dealing with the rest of my life, I decided not to dwell in sadness, but to Choose Joy every day and also to be creative every day. Creativity is vital to me. Since that decision (and I ‘did’ follow up on it), I seem to have returned to the ‘inner knowing’; not every moment, but as needed. The tricky bit can be to trust it when others who have other viewpoints are telling me that I’m foolish or making mistakes. We’ll see . . . at the moment, things seem to be coming together in a smooth, flowing fashion and I do trust that.
    I was sorry to hear you’d had eye problems and glad you are healing. I’ll keep you in my prayers.

    As to the current state of affairs in the world at large, there are times I feel anxious, but Rhonda Byrne says that we don’t have to be positive all the time to tip the balance; just 51% of the time LOL. I have come to an understanding that the government in the USA is actually not such a bad thing, as it is acting as a catalyst. People are beginning to act, to think, to question, to band together to Raise the Vibe (facebook page), to heal and empower each other and the world in general. I’m not sure we would have been so moved without a virtual ‘kick in the pants’, if you know what i mean. So I am grateful for that government and really, all governments (as well as the earth in general and all people in it), and I do surround everyone with Light and Love when I meditate and pray. I feel the difficult people have volunteered for those roles, to help us prepare for the next step in our spiritual growth and development. I also feel we should thank them for the service they are giving. It’s easy to ge tcaught up in the news, the political stuff, all that. But when we step back and look at a more cosmic picture, we are all where we should be and what we experience is what we need in the moment. If we choose to learn and grow, we will no longer need these virtual ‘kicks’. Sort of like a teenager choosing to come in before their curfew; we don’t ground them for that. But those who are defiant or careless about the rules . . . I feel we can choose willingly to learn and grow or else we can do that the harder way. It’s u[ to us, really. And I see more people choosing to learn and grow than not. So it’s looking good in the long run . . . Love and Light to you, Sue. take good care of yourself and thanks for all the food for thught. My favourite sort of post. ~ Linne

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  35. inavukic
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 08:57:28

    Love you so re-energised Sue :). The senses are our constant companion and we need to nurture them for with that we have the sense of belonging too.

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  36. michnavs
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 13:06:41

    Hi Sue… been away for a while.. my little world has gone crazy again .. i just drop by to see what’s goin on … and this post is truely what i need at the moment.. what a blessing..

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  37. Leo
    Nov 15, 2017 @ 15:47:52

    This is so wonderfully written. It actually made my day feel better. 🙂

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  38. robbiesinspiration
    Nov 16, 2017 @ 04:37:18

    Hmmm! A very interesting post, Sue. I think your sixth sense is tied up with your intuition and ability to look and really see the things around you. I think creative people look at everything more closely and that opens the senses to seeing more in everything we do. Lots of people only see the task immediately at hand. Have a lovely day, my friend.

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  39. roughwighting
    Nov 16, 2017 @ 11:57:59

    There is something about prisms that lights up my soul. I think it began as a child, watching the movie Pollyanna. Did you ever see it? Pollyanna brings a set of prisms to the grouchy old lady who never smiled. But prisms woke her up into happiness. Something about the way they catch the light and bring rainbows into the room. A year ago I bought a new chandelier (I try to be non-materialistic, but this all-glass prism-like ceiling light I’ve lusted over). As the afternoon light shines in the dining room, I just stand there and use my senses to allow the rainbow light fill me with joy.

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  40. Baydreamer
    Nov 16, 2017 @ 15:39:24

    As I sit here, enjoying my morning coffee, and reading your post, Sue, I am reminded of the light, love, and beauty surrounding us. Your images and narrative are lovely. We also have a crystal hanging by one of our windows and it is pure entertainment to watch its colors change in the sunshine. And you’re right, it’s so easy to take our senses for granted, so when you think of all you enjoy doing, it would be difficult to continue without those valuable senses and abilities.
    I was late in reading your last post, but I hope your eye is better by now. Sending lots of love and healing hugs your way…xoxo

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 16, 2017 @ 16:02:00

      Hi dear Lauren. thank you yes the eye is healing well and almost back to normal, but I am not over staining it..
      And yes so valuable are our senses for sure.. And each one we would miss..
      Crystals are magical aren’t they.. And I love sitting too with my morning cuppa 🙂 Have a wonderful week Lauren.. Hugs Sue xx

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  41. stephensmustang1
    Nov 16, 2017 @ 19:52:41

    Love this post..refreshing.
    I love feathers and the prisms are breathtaking.
    I am not sure i really have a 6th sense.
    Love and hugs.

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  42. JoAnna
    Nov 17, 2017 @ 04:54:36

    I love the crystal prism rainbows on the wall and delight when I see them in my home. I’d like to strengthen my sense of humor. 🙂

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  43. Renee Espriu
    Nov 17, 2017 @ 04:57:03

    Lovely write my friend. I am just back from CA and had a good visit with my dad who will be 94 in a few short days now. I am hoping your eye is better, therefore allowing you to do the things you love. i have very poor eyesight, have had (what they call floaters) for years now and now the beginnings of cataracts. Do not drive at night if I can at all prevent it. I already miss the sun and so loved being able to walk outside and sit in it nearly every day. Went to my favorite beach as my sister drove me there and enjoyed it so much. I will always be in my heart a CA girl who loves the ocean beaches there. xoxo

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Nov 18, 2017 @ 11:32:21

      Oh so pleased you had a wonderful time visiting your Dad, Such a wonderful age, And it is nice to soak up some Sun and get to sit on the beach. 🙂
      Thank you the eye is healed.. And I also have a floater but in the other eye.. lol.. And I am grateful for at least on my last eye appointment nothing had changed, so all is well there. 🙂
      Keep warm, you will feel a difference in temperatures now I am sure, now you are home.. Much love your way..
      Hugs Sue xx ❤

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      • Renee Espriu
        Nov 18, 2017 @ 18:43:02

        Good to hear Sue and glad you only have one floater in one eye. I have had many of them for many years in both eyes and with age they only seem to worsen and now getting cataracts. But at least still can see fairly well with my glasses. Have worn them since age 10, now trifocals. But we do need our eyes don’t we! I didn’t sit on the beach but did walk into the surf a bit and a wave bigger than I thought got me wet on all of my legs so Capri was quite soaked but I loved it. Use to live in that water in the sun growing up. Of course, now I am back in WA the lack of sun warmth and rain is quite dismal. No matter how many years I have lived here I do not feel quite well in the Winter months but my children and grandchildren and now artificial heart valve keep me here. Sending you much love my friend and hope this finds you well. xoxo

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