Funny how when 'they' talk about the so-called 'five senses', they seem to like to infer that they are distinct and separate.
Just try to eat your dinner with a blindfold on. Just try to eat that apple with your nose pinched and tell me it isn't a potato. How more magnificent is the vision of a tree when you can hear the wind in its leaves.
All the senses act in tandem to 'create' the 'real-world' illusion we may consider persistent.
So, maybe it would be more accurate to say we have one multi-faceted sense of illusory sense.
Very good observation Pris
Hubbard managed to isolate at least 57 perceptics we as soul beings are having.
Becoming aware of these is easy and gives us such a richer vocabulary then the 5 senses commonly taken into account. It is common on this planet to consider the flesh body only
while the soul is being left in the closet.
Taste, Color, Depth
Relative sizes (external)
Touch (pressure, friction, heat or cold and oiliness)
Awareness of awareness
Organic sensation (including hunger)
Cellular and bacterial position
Gravitic (self and other weights)
Motion of self
Saline content of self (body)
Time track motion
Physical energy (personal weariness, etc.)
Emotional state of other organs
Personal position on the tone scale
Affinity (self and others)
Communication (self and others)
Reality (self and others)
Emotional state of groups
Level of consciousness
Perception of conclusions (past and present)
Perception of computation (past and present)
Perception of imagination (past and present)
Perception of having perceived (past and present)
Awareness of not knowing
Awareness of importance, unimportance
Awareness of others
Awareness of location and placement (masses, spaces and location itself)
Perception of appetite
Not a long cat but quite a long list
I found that to become aware of all these various senses is giving us such a richer vocabulary to describe inner and outer world then the usual five senses belonging to the body.
Love from me