Let Your Sixth Sense Guide You!

by Naohiro Futenma

ISBN978-4-7631-3527-8 C0030

214 pages / April 2016 / 1,400 yen (w/o tax)

A bestselling author talks about an Okinawan spiritual practice in this long-awaited book. Awaken your sixth sense!


Many things happen throughout our lifetime, and they are by no means all happy. There are many times when we feel on the verge of breaking. We keep our bodies running on full as we laugh, cry and get angry. We tend to survive no matter how hard the circumstances, which is a good thing, but it’s difficult to live life that way.
Naohiro Futenma is a famous sixth-sense master based in Okinawa, Japan. He travels around the country teaching the importance of maintaining one’s neutral disposition. We already use our sixth sense unconsciously, so what if we were able to master it? Mr. Futenma says that if we are able to reach a neutral disposition, we will be happy, unattached, have quicker and better judgment, lose our need to quarrel and thus worry less.
Allow this book to help you awaken, polish and better understand how to use your sixth sense.


  • Comic frontispiece: Everybody uses their sixth sense
  • Four important points for polishing your senses
  • Preface: Don’t think, feel!
  • Chapter 1     How to use your sixth sense
  • Chapter 2     Seven things to do to increase your sensitivity to the senses
  • Chapter 3     Using the five senses will improve your life
  • Chapter 4     Your sixth sense comes before your five senses
  • Chapter 5     Every day is a magical tour: The ways bestselling authors use their sixth sense: A discussion between Taro Hisuiko and Naohiro Futenma
  • Conclusion

From the table of contents

  • It’s not what you’d think, but it is what you dreamed
  • How to control human emotions
  • The relationship between moderation and yin and yang
  • Consult with yourself more
  • Your sixth sense comes from your intentions
  • What you need to know about the five senses
  • If your senses dull, your brain grows weak
  • A lesson for sharpening your five senses
  • Great people know the importance of their sixth sense
  • How memory, consciousness and the brain function
  • Where do inspiration and intuition come from?
  • Are you a “five-senses type” or a “sixth-sense type”?
  • Meaningful words and thoughts come with a neutral disposition
  • Giving names to things improves awareness

              And more…

From the editor

I first heard about Naohiro Futenma at a lecture given by genius copywriter Kotaro Hisui. Hisui spoke with excitement about “a wonderful doctor in Okinawa,” and my intuition told me that I needed to immediately join Mr. Futenma’s “school of witchcraft” that everyone was talking about. When I met him, Mr. Futenma said, “Choose which cup you will use today. Which chair will you sit in?” I was bewildered by these seemingly random questions. But after thinking about it I realized that these are the kinds of things I never pay attention to. From then on, my excitement continued to grow as my thought process began to change. I learned from Mr. Futenma how to strengthen my sixth sense. There is nothing challenging about it, and anybody can start the process right away. It’s all in this one book. I’d like as many readers as possible to realize the wonder of the sixth sense.


Naohiro Futenma

Naohiro Futenma is a foot massage specialist and spiritual counselor, born in Okinawa, Japan, in 1961. Those close to him call him “Mr. F.” He’s been interested in the oneness of the mind and body since his childhood, when he began practicing karate. Since the age of 30, he’s been learning about spirituality and how it relates to daily life, putting these lessons into practice in his daily life. He spent the following decades using his knowledge and techniques to provide counseling to his massage treatment patients about the state of their mind and body and about how to awaken their senses. He currently has “school of witchcraft” locations in, but not limited to, Okinawa, Tokyo, Kobe, Kagoshima and Sendai, and holds various lectures and seminars. He is a messenger of the subconscious, of higher beings (angels and others), universal mindedness and aura. He has earned respect from a number of prominent figures, including author Kotaro Hisui. This is his debut as an author.