We all know the basic standard ones, almost everyone has these five: sight, taste, smell (that’s the one I’m missing), hearing and touch.
But what about our other senses, how do you value them?
Like intuition – perhaps more prevalent in women than men, what about sense of balance, of temperature, of pain? And appetite, hunger, fright? Where are we on the scale between foggy and certain when it comes to our sense of self, of where we are, of what is going on, and of what will happen next?
Do you have a sense of anything certain – and do you only use your ‘five senses’ to determine things?
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