Elementary Schools still teach that there are only 5 senses.

Yet Scientists have long ago found biological receptors for over 20 senses beyond the standard obvious 5. And beyond that,  cutting edge researchers have identified another 20-plus biological receptor-transducers
for the just as real intangible  BIOFIELD senses .
These senses are inherent in each one of us –
– just awaiting to be activated!   

So, what are they?
Well, you all know about the
famous five: –
seeing, hearing, smelling tasting, touching.

BUT, if that is all the SENSES that there really are,
HOW COME. . . ?

>   you are sitting in your computer chair now without falling over ?
… you most probably haven’t been walking into any walls today?
… you haven’t blown up and exploded from eating too much?
… you fell asleep last night even if you didn’t really want to?
… you get funny feelings in your gut when something’s up?
… you know how to get home from your neighbor’s house?
… you can recognize the difference between hot and cold?
… you don’t (usually) get dizzy from riding in a fast car?
… you haven’t pee’d or poo’d in your pants today?
… you remember what your own name is, right?
… you can recognize one friend from another?


So, How often do you even notice that all those events are senses

that your body is taking care of all day long?

SUPER GRIN :>)  and we haven’t even got started!

ah ha! If we want to develop our inner powers (intuitive, psychic, mystical, energetic, subtle, cellular) we can start by


of the everyday spectrum of our sense perceptions. 
These organic senses are intricately linked to our ‘cellular’ senses – develop one, and eventually you might develop its cellular counterpart.
Some Suggestions: You might like to start:
  • Keeping a daily JOURNAL of your activities, your dream last night, what you ate today – and
  • NOTICE what you are EATING while you are eating it –
  • paying ATTENTION in the moment to what you are doing, what is passing by you,
  • identify the SOUNDS around you consciously – what was the bird you heard or saw?


BEing AWARE and alert is how you become aware.
Watch for Nancy’s new book, The Aware Human: Our Supersenses & SoulMind Powers   
for a fuller list of your cellular and organic senses coming soon.

 “May the Force Be with You”
quote from the Jedi knights in Star wars

What is “the Force” anyway?
What are the POWERS of the Jedi that Obi Wan Kenobi was teaching (initiating) Luke Skywalker?

(in deference to Dr. David Hawkin’s book Power versus Force)
Aren’t those only for sci fi stories,
or only for saints and wise men?
How do they relate to traditional human spiritual powers & capacities noted by every religion on earth?
 WHERE do they come from?
Well…. let’s see!

Mystic, adj. =

  • Of or having a spiritual reality or import not apparent to the  [concrete] intelligence or [gross physical] senses.
  • Of, relating to, or stemming from direct communion with ultimate reality or God: a mystical religion.
  • Of or relating to religious mysteries or occult rites and practices.
  • Of or relating to mysticism or mystics.
  • Inspiring a sense of mystery and wonder.
  • Mysterious; strange.
  • Enigmatic; obscure.
  • Mystical.
  • One who practices or believes in mysticism or a given form of mysticism: Protestant mystics.
[Middle English mystik, from Latin mysticus, from Greek mustikos, from mustēes,initiate; see mystery1.]


Mystery, noun.

Middle English misterie, from Latin mystēerium, from Greekmustēerion, secret rite, from mustēes, an initiate, from mūuein, to close the eyes, initiate.
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Copyright © 2006 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
anything that is kept secret or remains unexplained or unknown: the mysteries of nature.
*any affair, thing, or person that presents features or qualities so obscure as to arouse curiosity or speculation: The masked guest is an absolute mystery to everyone.
*obscure, puzzling, or mysterious quality or character: the mystery of Mona Lisa’s smile.
*any truth that is unknowable except by divine revelation.
*An incident from the life of Jesus, especially the Incarnation, Passion, Crucifixion, or Resurrection


The full range of humanity’s sensory experiencing and perceptual powers (force) include the psychic and intuitive domains.  In the past these capacities have been met with much misunderstanding, usually in the extreme of being either “evil” or the opposite, treated with undiscerning awe.

Letter from a Mom with a 5 year old like L.E.M.: 
“I would like to know if there are any schools
around which encourage children like Eryn.”


“The day came when the risk it took to remain
tightly closed in a bud
was more painful than the risk it took
to bloom.
Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.”

Anais Nin