Astral Senses

We all know about our five physical senses.  What the average person doesn’t know enough about, are the ‘astral senses’.  It is good to develop those, so to use them properly.

The human body basically uses its five physical senses to communicate with the world outside.  Immediately after they have received imput from the world outside, these senses send  it all up to the brain for analysis.  Upon receiving that information, the brain analyses, interprets, and determines how to react with the outside world; all the while, making a map of it.  The map of the world drawn by our brain, is entirely based upon what data it has received from our five physical senses.

We then go on, map in hand, to adapt ourselves and to survive in the outside world around us, by trusting our map of it (or understanding of it).  We lean upon our own understanding of the outside world, on our map, to guide us in our lives.  It is with our map in hand, we can decide how to react to dangerous situations; how to interact with people we come in contact with; what career to follow; what type of man to fall in love with and marry; how many children to have or not; how and what to invest our monies; etc.  We trust our very lives to a map drawned by our brain.

Yet our brain, by basing it’s interpretation of the world solely on our five physical senses, is limiting us to a restrictive amount of information about it.  But nevertheless, down through man’s collective history, people decided to continue-on by using only the five physical senses we use today; while at the same time, they started to stop using what other information we could gather from the rest of our senses.  Whatever the reason was for doing this in our past, people back then decided they could just didn’t need the omitted data.

Humanity got the bright idea to force our brains into rejecting  the input from two of our physical senses.  In addition to our  five basic physical senses, man also has two more of those that he pretty much never uses anymore.  As far as we know, all in all, man actually has seven physical senses.

On top of our seven  physical senses to interpret the outside world with,  we also have other senses.  These are the seven counterpart senses to our physical ones.  Our counterpart senses are, our ‘astral counterparts senses’.

It used to be, man would use his astral counterpart senses.  Back when he still used them, this additional information about his world would also get to his brain; so to make a better and much clearer map of the outside world.  According to discoveries made at the Egyptian pyramides, the human body used about twenty-five senses; if not more.  This means that for each one of our body’s physical organs, we also had it’s astral counterpart sense to communicate with the outside world.  Back then, our brain’s map was much more correct.

The proff of this is found within our own bodies.  Today, the human body as some organs that have atrophied.  Which means, their astral counterpart senses have also atrophied allong with them.  The human body has five vestigal organs (atrophied organs) it no longer uses; and it is also loosing some nerve endings and hormones and molecular structure.

We have lost or are loosing, the appendix no longer aids in digestion.  We have droped out tailbones, we used to use it as an anchor for our pelvis mucles.  Male nipples also, and body hair for times of fear and confratation.  We all have had a  wisdom teeth pulled-out.  The caelum to ferment cellulose; the plica semilunaris and some ear mucles.  The occitofrontalis muscle no longer keep the head from falling.  There are but two breasts now in women; though some still have more.  The palmar grasp reflex in our infants is much lowered now, this permit an infant to grasp onto it’s mother when she needed to run for her life.  Our eyes rarely see colors in the dark, what our ancestors used to call seeing the spirit world at night.

This list is not extensive by no means.  It is provided for example purposes only.  One can only imagine what countrepart astral senses our bodies have that have also begun to athropied.

Loosing some of our astral counterpart senses is sad.  But insofar as astral counterpart senses are concerned, we do still possess those we still have.  With proper training, can still map-out and communicate with the ‘astral world outside of himself.  Just as his physical eye, he would then be able to see with his astral eye.  He would hear with his astral hear; smell with his astral nose;  taste with his astral mouth; feel with his astral  touch; etc.

The english word for ‘astral’ becomes ‘star’ in the Greek language.  This star (the astral star), is used by man so to see his way through the astral plain (the astral world).  Man’s astral senses pick-up the astral information of the astral world outside of the astral body.  These astral senses send-up information to the astral brain.  Which  analysis it, interprets it, reaches a conclusion concerning it, and then draws a map of the astral world outside.

The best way to make astral senses clear to the reader, is by saying it this way.  If you are predominantly a visial person in the physical world, then you are predominently a visual in the astral world.  If you are more of an auditory person in the phisical world, then you are more of an astral auditory person in astral world.  And so on, and so forth down the list of astral senses.  Just as your physical brain maps your physical world according to your predominant physical sense,  your astral brain maps your astral world by your predominant astral sense.


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