You mentioned, “two sensory paths of meditation” in a recent post, as you were addressing sight and sound as forms to reach the silent self. So this made me wonder and question, what about the other senses, such as touch, smell, and taste? Can we also meditate upon them for the same results?, as it would appear so if sight and sound are two ways to meditate. And if so, where do the other three sensory paths fit in as far as effectiveness? And finally, can we meditate beyond the 5 sense? If so, how and what tool is used, i.e., the brain or something else more spiritual and not of our physical world, such as soul or spirit?