The five human senses are sight, hearing, smell, touch, and taste.
In Eastern thought, there are six roots: eye (sight), ear (hearing), nose (smell), tongue (taste), body (touch), and will, and will is the sixth sense.
The sixth sense refers to the ability of the mind to grasp the essence of things, and also to the ability to perceive things, which is sometimes referred to as “insect tidings”.
The “sixth sense” can also be called “sensitivity.
Sensitivity plays an important role in enriching our imagination and controlling our emotions.
In order to cultivate sensitivity, we need to hone our senses and feel with all five senses.
“Sensitivity” is also necessary to express what you want to convey to others.
In order to express what you want to convey, the existence of “people” is essential.
People resonate and empathize with each other through heart-to-heart contact, which becomes the driving force for creation.
By empathizing with each other, our “sensitivity” is further refined.
In order to empathize, you need someone who recognizes you, i.e. a partner, and “real communication” is important, like playing catch.
There is a concept called “six-root purification”.
It means to keep the mind pure and to develop the power of life.
Unfortunately, knowledge alone is not enough to acquire the “power of life”.
It is important to know yourself through “real communication”.
The Three Emperors is a technology that develops the power of life.
It can only be grasped by utilizing it in everyday communication.
Using the Internet is convenient, but it is mainly visual and auditory.
The senses of smell, touch, and taste are almost completely unused.
In order to develop the “sixth sense,” it is important to develop all five senses in good balance.