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The Sixth Sense (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes


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‘Do blind people have a sixth sense’ is the million dollar question which is to serve as the central subject for this post. The problem however here is not the original enigma, but the far-fetched speculations and self-proclaimed assumptions that the sighted community tends to declare so confidently with reference to the sixth sense.

Many of us find so hard to come to terms with our loss – whether physical, metaphysical or emotional. I marvel at your ease and non challance to let go of things . You are very inspiring . Keep going Bhavya. Let your senses carve out a niche for you and we would look up with pride.

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In this human dimension we rely on our five senses in order to navigate through the world. These five senses are necessary for our survival however, there is another sense that exists on a more subtle level- the sixth sense.

Our sixth sense can often go undetected, but it is this sense which gives us access to our intuition, gut feelings and psychic abilities.

The sixth sense allows us to access things that can’t really be rationalised with the human mind and gives us access to the unseen worlds and to the world of spirit energy.

We all have a sixth sense and we all have the ability to tap into it, all it takes is becoming aware and paying attention to the subtle messages that our sixth sense offers.

Tapping into your sixth sense is all about balance. When one sense dominates the others, it can be really difficult to remain aware of the other senses.

To get in touch with your sixth sense, you have to still and quiet your mind and tune into the more subtle energies and vibrations that surround you. Forget for a moment about what you can see, touch, taste, hear and smell and instead go deeper.

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‘Do blind people have a sixth sense’ is the million dollar question which is to serve as the central subject for this post. The problem however here is not the original enigma, but the far-fetched speculations and self-proclaimed assumptions that the sighted community tends to declare so confidently with reference to the sixth sense.

Many of us find so hard to come to terms with our loss – whether physical, metaphysical or emotional. I marvel at your ease and non challance to let go of things . You are very inspiring . Keep going Bhavya. Let your senses carve out a niche for you and we would look up with pride.

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