"Sixth Sense" is born from wonder, stemming from the seesaw between the questions we have and the answers we seek about our world. In that dance, as we trace through our senses to make meaning from matter and turn particle to perception, we may find ourselves compelled to break the mold. We may seek to stray beyond the scope of the sensations we can (or cannot) experience, and let our individual intuitions step into light. A ‘sixth sense’ is something mysterious yet assuring; it gives us the resolve to walk in the world we see, and the one we want to create.
How we intake the information of the world is similar, but the culmination of each of our senses creates something completely and beautifully unique. What do you make of what you sense? How do you transform particle to perception?
Your sixth sense is now tingling–what do you say we follow it?
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