Scientists have attributed certain unexplained events to the human’s secret ‘sixth sense’.
Certain animals are known to use this special trick to find their way home, bees, sea turtles and birds that migrate all manage to locate distances of up to hundreds of miles with the help of ‘magnetoreception’.
Joe Kirschvink, from the California Institute of has said of magnetoreception “it’s part of our evolutionary history. Magnetoreception may be the primal sense.”
In a study on humans by Kirschvink, it was found that the change in magnetic fields caused neurons in the brain to change in the same direction that correlates to the magnetic field.
This means that our brains are hardwired to detect changes in the magnetic fields around us without us even knowing.
A ‘sixth sense’ has been proposed many times throughout scientific history, but the nature of the sense has never been identified.
Humans have always reported how their ‘instincts’ take over sometimes and the body and the mind react in ways that seem unexplained.
HeartMath have embarked upon ‘The Global Coherence Initiative’ which is a program that aims to define the global consciousnesses.
Their hypothesis are –
- The Earth’s magnetic field is a carrier of biologically relevant information that connects all living systems.
- Every person affects this global information field.
- Collective human consciousness affects the global information field. Therefore, large numbers of people creating heart-centered states of care, love and compassion will generate a more coherent field environment that can benefit others and help offset the current planetary discord and incoherence.
- There is a feedback loop between human beings and Earth’s energetic/magnetic systems
- The Earth has several sources of magnetic fields that affect us all. Two of them are the geomagnetic field that emanates from the core of the Earth and the fields that exist between Earth and the ionosphere. These fields surround the entire planet and act as protective shields blocking out the harmful effects of solar radiation, cosmic rays, sand, and other forms of space weather. Without these fields, ice as we know it could not exist on Earth. They are part of the dynamic ecosystem of our planet.