Everyone has a set of sensory receptors whose purpose is to feel vibrations. Chemistry and physics tell us that everything is vibrating. Technically, we should be able to feel the vibes.
The sense of where our limbs are. Position and movement. What is going on inside the body.
What's hot. What's cold. Where is the sun?
What's out there. What's happening?
What does the happening thing sound like?
vestibular portion of the inner ear
Equilibrium and orientation in three-dimensional space. How am I turning, moving in relation to the earth?
How is gravity working on my body? What parts of my body are touching something because of gravity?
iron filings in the blood
Suspend some tiny filings of iron in liquid and they will line up toward magnetic north. Why wouldn't the iron in your blood orient itself toward magnetic north? Do we have a sensor that knows how our internal iron is aligned? Has anybody ever looked for it, experimentally?
In the bottom tip of the spinal cord, which ends near the waist, there is a tiny cavity called the terminal ventricle. Could that tiny cavity be a sensing chamber for atmospheric pressure? Or something else, something to do with orientation in space?
The spinal nerves that descend from the waist-high tip of the spinal cord are free to move and be moved in the cerebro-spinal fluid that fills the space within the spinal column below the waist. Perhaps their subtle movement conveys information about what is happening now. That area of the spine, especially the hollow inside the sacral bones (between the hips), has long been considered a center of energy and information by students of subtle anatomy and Kundalini yoga.
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