Organs of perception and organs of action are constantly looking to derive pleasure from this world. In the human hierarchy, the divine consciousness should be the Chief Executive Officer and the Buddhi (“Intellect”) should be the Chief Operating Officer. The Manas (“Mind”) that handles emotions should be the Controller and the five senses should be the workers taking orders and instructions from all of the above. But in real life, the sensing of pleasure happens at the point of contact i.e. organs of perception and organs of action. The life’s purpose being pursuit of happiness, the mind begins to listen to the organs of perception and organs of action forgetting its function as a controller. The Intellect should use its discretion to stop mind from listening to the organs of perception and organs of action. However, the mind ends up overruling the intellect and listen to the organs. The intellect being the closest to the divine consciousness becomes dormant. The divine consciousness that resides in each one of us also known as Anandamaya Kosha (“Bliss Sheath”), true to its name, is always full of knowledge and blissful. But this divine consciousness remains an observer leaving the organs of perception, organs of action, mind and intellect to take actions to either pursue the passions or reduce the desires and depending on such actions accumulate good or bad karma. If Macrocosm (“Whole”) and Microcosm (“Part of the whole”) are exactly similar, what is there for us to go and pursue outside of us? If we have the power that is capable of guiding us to salvation, what is preventing us from taping the resource that could make us permanently blissful? Our mind recognizes only things that could be pursued by our five senses and unfortunately our mind could not believe that there could be an object that can’t be perceived by our five senses. The mind reminds subservient to the five senses. If we need to pursue the divine consciousness that resides in us, we need the sixth sense. What is that sixth sense? The five senses that extend their arms to reach out to the world to draw pleasure should be controlled by the mind and told not to look for pleasure and only look after preservation of the body, mind and intellect and growth and general welfare of the human beings. The mind should be trained to consult intellect in decision making and every time when mind react with excessive emotions, it should be disciplined by intellect. The release of emotions should be only to the extent it benefits body, mind and intellect. The intellect should make most decisions in life allowing us to build discipline and character. Control of senses and breathing make our body and mind healthy. By doing those two actions, we are able to penetrate Annamaya Kosha (“Food Sheath”) and Pranamaya Kosha (“Vital Air Sheath”). The next two levels are Manomaya Kosha (“Mental Sheath”) and Vignanamaya Kosha (“Intellectual Sheath”). The mental sheath can be penetrated by using our discriminatory faculty consistently. When we get to the intellectual sheath, we are consistently closer to bliss sheath. That is when we need an understanding that we need sixth sense to experience bliss. Our intellectual faculty needs to realize that the divine consciousness is Ekam (“One”), Advayam (“Non-dual”), Nirakara (“Formless”), Sarvagatam (“All-pervading”), Nirguna (“Attributeless”), Aksharam (“Imperishable”), Aja (“Unborn”), Nitya (“Eternal”), Nirvikara (“Changeless”), Nirmala (“Stainless”), Anantam (“Infinite”), Gnanam (“Knowledge”), Anandam (“Bliss”), Turiyam (“Fourth”) and Achintyam (“Inconceivable”). We have to transcend three gunas known as Satwa, Rajasic and Tamosic to reach Turyam. The Agama (“Traditional”), Upamana (“Comparison”) and Anumana (“Inference”) will not work and the only thing that becomes possible at that stage is Pratyaksha (“Direct Perception”). We can only experience divine consciousness as it is inconceivable. All paths such as Karma, Gnana and Bhakthi always go to the same stage of Samadhi (“Self-realization”) after passing through the processes known as Uparati (“Withdrawal”), Dharana (“Concentration”), Dhyana (“Meditation”). Our will power to get to the Bliss Sheath is our sixth sense or the ticket to Self-realization.