What is Your Special Sixth Sense?

What is Your Special Sixth Sense?

Some people have more psychic sensitivity than other people do. You might be someone that is able to hear spirits or someone that is sensitive to the feelings and emotions of others.

What is your special sixth sense?

  • Listening to Energies

Maybe you think of someone, and they call you or you know that someone around you needs help before they ever ask. You might be able to tune into situations to know what is going to happen.

  • Zener Test

The Zener test was created by Karl Zener which used cards to help test a persons ESP. Even though not everyone believed that the test was real, others believed that it helped to measure sixth senses such as clairvoyance.

  • Seeing Things

Some people are able to see things in their mind with a vision or just in their imagination. These things can help them to find missing things or to know when something is going to happen in the future.

  • Tuned In

You might be someone that is tuned into your mind, body, and soul more than other people. You might know that you are sick before you go to the doctor, or you might know when something doesn’t feel right in your emotions. Other people with this gift are able to read auras around themselves or other people.

  • Picking Up Feelings

Maybe you are in a room, and you get sick feeling out of nowhere. This can be someone in the room that is sick, and you are picking up those feelings. You also could feel the reactions someone has to a natural disaster. You are more connected to feelings than others.

  • Positive Energies

Even when problems come, some people are able to pick up on positive energies. They experience negative things, or they might feel bad, but it never lasts for long because they are able to turn it into something positive.

Final Thoughts

You can develop and figure out what kind of psychic gift you have. Most people use only 10% of their brains and this means that their sixth sense is often left out. Those that are able to pick up on their sixth sense find their gift to be amazing. Don’t push away your sixth sense but figure out what it is and embrace it.


  1. This article is truly enlightening! It thoroughly explores the different manifestations of psychic sensitivity, from clairvoyance to emotional attunement. As someone who has always been in tune with the energies around me, I found the insights about ‘Positive Energies’ particularly resonant. It’s liberating to understand that experiencing such phenomena is a gift rather than a burden. Kudos to the author for shedding light on this fascinating topic!

  2. An excellent read that delves into the nuanced aspects of psychic sensitivity. The explanation of the Zener test was especially intriguing. While skepticism exists, the article presents a balanced view on how such tests have been perceived historically and their purpose in understanding ESP. Also, the section on ‘Tuned In’ really struck a chord with me. It’s comforting to see an acknowledgment of the deep connection some people have with their mind, body, and soul. Fantastic job!

  3. The idea that we only use 10% of our brains and that untapped potential could be linked to psychic abilities is a thought-provoking hypothesis. It would be interesting to see more scientific studies on this topic.

  4. The Zener test is indeed an interesting historical artifact. Though many discredit it, it played a significant role in the early study of parapsychology. It’s always good to know our history, even the parts that are controversial.

  5. The concept of a sixth sense is fascinating. It seems that some people are more attuned to the subtle energies around us, whether it’s through empathy, intuition, or some other form of heightened perception.

  6. The article presents an intriguing perspective on psychic sensitivity. I wonder how cultural and psychological factors influence one’s belief in and development of such abilities. It’s a field ripe for interdisciplinary research.

  7. The concept of psychic sensitivity is fascinating. I appreciate the breakdown of different types of sensitivities, such as listening to energies and seeing things. The Zener test, despite its controversial status, adds an interesting historical context to the discussion.

  8. While the notion of having a sixth sense is compelling, I’m curious about the empirical evidence supporting these claims. The Zener test mentioned is a good starting point, but more rigorous testing and validation would be necessary.

  9. Fascinating read! The idea that some people can tune into energies and emotions is quite intriguing. I’ve always believed that there’s more to the human mind than we understand. Developing these abilities could perhaps even lead to new insights in neuroscience and psychology.

  10. Turning negative experiences into positive energies is a skill that many would benefit from developing, regardless of any psychic inclination. It highlights the power of the human mind to adapt and thrive.

  11. This article reminds me of my grandmother, who always seemed to know when something was going to happen. Maybe she had one of these ‘sixth senses.’ I wonder if these abilities are hereditary?

  12. This is pseudoscience at best. There is no empirical evidence to support these so-called ‘psychic’ abilities. The notion that we only use 10% of our brains has been debunked time and time again. This kind of article does more harm than good by promoting unscientific ideas.

  13. It’s intriguing how some people can supposedly sense things beyond the typical five senses. The ability to pick up on emotions or even foresee events could have profound implications for our understanding of human cognition.