To the invisible world is true sensitivity
June 9th 2012
What we call sensitivity is often only an unhealthy tendency to feel attacked and wounded at the slightest criticism or confrontation. Unfortunately, everyone has that kind of sensitivity; it is only too widespread, and it is not true sensitivity. True sensitivity means being able to sense the presence of invisible realities around us, currents moving through space, entities surrounding us and visiting us. Many more things take place in the psychic world than in the physical world, and we should, therefore, practise sensing the currents and presences of the psychic world, all that is intangible and subtle. So, true sensitivity is sensitivity to the invisible world but especially to all it contains that is luminous and divine.