We all have four main ways of perceiving―you can call them “spiritual gifts” because they truly are. The photo on the right outlines these four means of psychic perception. In each of us, one of these four is predominent and becomes the way you take in and communicate out to the world. It helps create your style.
These perceptions show up in your communication with others, in your strengths, your niche, your habits, including even your purchasing habits. They are a key to your inner workings and understanding why you feel and act the way you do and interact with the world in certain ways. You life will make more sense when you understand the order of your own gifts oc communication.
Starting this month, we’re offering some free FaceBook Live streaming events on each of the four gifts and how to work with them better, or connect better with those who perceive differently than us. We’ll start with the Gift of Clairaudience, also called the Gift of Intuiton.
Your Gift of Clairaudience, or Gift of Intuition, hears angels, often as thoughts, ideas or the “still, clear voice within”. Can you recall hearing those whispers?
One outstanding experience in listening clairaudiently (Estelle speaking) occurred in February 2011 when I first arrived at a Wayshower’s College Retreat in Puerto Rico. As I enter the facility who approaches me first but Patrick Kilhenny. Now, I had managed to avoid him for many years as he, well, set my heart aflutter sometimes, and I did not like that!
As I was trying to tactfully extract myself, something inside said “Why not get to know him better?” At the time, I thought it was my own thought, but it was actually my Guidance. That’s how close his small voice within works! I decided to stay, chat, be sociable. It changed my life. I married him a little more than a year later.
The Gift of Intuition hears inwardly, and someone whose clairaudience is strong will be sensitive to noise. This is a person who listens to a wisdom within, knowing things without being told. They pick up impressions about people and situations.
These are the original thinkers who want to walk to the beat of their own inner drummer. That’s why many of them like to run businesses and organizations.
A clairaudient person who is out of balance can be in over-drive, pushing themselves and everyone else. They cannot take pressure, but they can give it. With constructive feeling, they radiate a sense of true concern, especially for the big picture. As long as they are loyal to their big picture, following that still, clear voice, they do well.
This is an individual with firm boundaries. They are generally introspective and self-protective. Even their loved ones can never get close to them. This Gift of Clairaudience is also my leadership, my “will-do” attitude that cuts through to the bottom line.
How can you unfold your Gift of Clairaudience to hear better that “still, clear voice within”? Maybe solitude? Doing the things that lend themselves to an inner peace, whether it be having a relaxing cup of tea, listening to music, admiring peaceful artwork? Meditation? Being spiritually cleansed and clear so you can be attuned to that inner voice? If you find you need to quiet your mind, do something relatively mindless, like the dishes, or sweep the floor, stretch or walking.
Writers and spiritual leaders, such as Mahatma Gandhi, have often referenced the need to listen to the still, small voice within. Mentions are made in prayers and the Bible. For sure, it pays to listen to it!
To delve more deeply into these four perceptions you are welcome to attend the upcoming FaceBook Live series on each of these four gifts of inner communication. There are also webinars and other online and in-person (in certain locals) programs related to inner communication, angels and related topics.