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March 2014 Yogic Living: The Sensory Human

What is the Sensory Human?

The development of the Self-Sensory System is one of the major themes of Yogi Bhajan's later lectures. The human mind processes more information in one day than people had to process during an entire lifetime in the 1700’s. People will be “getting empty, more perturbed, not able to bear enough, not having much tolerance, and very argumentative.” If we are not disciplined, we will be unable to handle the intense energy of these times.  

In response to these demands, humans are beginning to evolve a sensory system that allows them to live as intuitive, multi-faceted beings. As we develop a subtle sensitivity to our being, we will experience a sense of completeness within ourselves and the energy that we once used to compensate for our perceived limitations and to get validation from outside, will be available to attract what we need to make our unique contribution to the world. As we establish a sense of our own identity, our destiny will be revealed to us.

We can cultivate our sensory system by consciously connecting to our breath, strengthening our nervous system, activating our glandular system, balancing our emotional energies, and channeling our mental energy to intuitive awareness.

Question: Why does it seem that time is moving more swiftly than ever?

Yogi Bhajan: “You think, think, think all the time. You don’t slow down enough to experience what happens in each moment. Then without you knowing it, time races by.” (Aquarian Times, Spring 2003)

Being aware enough to notice, silent enough to listen, and spontaneous enough to act, may be the key to living the gift each moment of life offers. Making our meditative practice real can move us from the one-dimensional state of reacting with our five senses to the multidimensional experience of responding with our sixth sense.

Wisdom from the Master

The Self-Sensory System of the Aquarian Age  

The Sensory Human in the Aquarian Age

Shabd Guru: Our Guide through the Wave of Change

Paying Attention

Dwelling in the 6th Sense

Q & A on the Sensory System

Quotes on the Sensory Human

Kundalini Yoga Technology

Meditation to Connect with the Self-Sensory System

Meditation to Strengthen the Nervous System

Meditation to Prevent Mega Information Syndrome

4 Stroke Breath to Build Intuition

Kriya for Becoming Intuitive

Kriya to Know through Intuition

Meditation for Becoming a Channel to Uplift Others in the Aquarian Age

Kundalini Yoga Bandhas and the Sensory Human

Women and the Sensory System: Set for Pleasure and Happiness

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From Our Bloggers

Your Archangel is your New Sensory System by Catalyst Yogi/Haribhajan

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Intuition and the Sensory Human: Knowing Something when You are a Part of Everything by Gurucharan Singh

The Next Step by Shakti Parwha Kaur

Yogi Bhajan on the Sensory System by Guru Rattana Kaur

Guru Nanak: Awakened Sensory Human by Guruka Singh

Hanging on by His Fingernails by Guruka Singh

Wake Up! It’s the Dawn of a New Age (with med for frontal lobe and Hypothalamus) by Guruka Singh

Just Say Yes by Dharam Singh

The Purple Ray: Amethyst by Kudrat Kaur

The Sensory Human and Release from Suffering by Sewa Singh

Embracing the 6th Sense of Economics by Alfredo Sfeir Younis

The Conscious CEO (with Wahe Guru Kriya for Nervous Balance) by Amrit Singh