This inner sense allows us to imagine, conceive, and create divinities.
Throughout time, indigenous groups have “sung” their ancestors to a location and continued to provide devotional energy to this collection of soul energy until it became “self-realised” and able to enter into a reciprocal relationship with the exchange of energy and information. These “human-created divinities” became a bridge to higher conscious divinity structures.
This inner sense also allows us to extend our consciousness beyond our physical body.
Our ability to see ourselves as ‘other’; to be the external witness of our thoughts, emotions and actions; to be able to move the point of our consciousness beyond the physical container of our body in various ‘out of body’ travels such as remote viewing and astral travel; to connect to other dimensions of space and time; these are all abilities that utilise our inner sense of divine.
The sense of Divine brings the perception that we are spirit having a human experience in order for our unique portion of divinity to grow and know itself.
Our objectives being our own self-realisation and the divinisation of the world of matter, in order to increase its complexity and unity, by embedding meaning in all we create.