A clairaudient is one who tunes in like the radio and actually receives sound, be it in the form of tones, words, music or even moving objects, like cars or airplanes on the highway.
Many clairaudient gifted individuals are already using their abilities without even knowing it. For example, musicians are usually clairaudient.
There are many accounts of composers who have heard or dreamt of a melody playing internally before they put it down on paper.
Additionally, the clairaudient ability (which literally means “clear hearing”) is usually accompanied by the gifts of clairsentience (feeling) and clairvoyance (seeing).
Interestingly, the psychic capacity of clairolfaction (smelling) is usually also found among psychic mediums who have a paranormal or external clairaudient capacity.
As with other forms of psychic abilities, effective use of this ability depends on the receiver. You are the mechanism through which the sounds, voices, and music are received.
If you are not emotionally balanced and in total alignment with the signal, you may miss or hear incorrectly the messages from beyond. It is essential to take proper care of your gift of hearing.
The energy center for clairaudience is in the throat area, the Vishuddha chakra (also known as the fifth chakra).
When it is open, this energy center rules self-expression and speaking one’s truth, the written word, faith, poetry, and willpower.
People with underactive Vishuddha chakra tend to whisper.
They are timid or unable to stand up for themselves. They are afraid of openly expressing their views. Colors, sounds, and positive affirmations pertaining to the 5th chakra can help balance and open it fully.
Signs of Clairaudience
- if you tend to notice noises and sounds a lot, you might even feel that you are hypersensitive to noises;
- hearing your name called or other words in the mind’s ear;
- hearing messages that sound like they were delivered specifically for you;
- experiencing ringing or buzzing in the ear that has no discernible physical cause;
- hearing angelic or healing music that seems to have no physical source.
Clairaudience is most often experienced in altered states of consciousness (for example, when one is in a trance) or in dreams.
These dreams involve sounds or hearing voices that are extremely distinct and clear.
The voices appear out of nowhere, with no physical source. It is important to pay attention to the message from the dream.
For true clairaudients, the words they hear are just like they are talking to another person in the room.
Many psychics report that they hear the words in their own voice while others hear it differently.
The most famous clairaudient in history is French, Joan of Arc, who began hearing voices at the age of 12 (she said they belonged to Saints Michael).
Joan of Arc
As a child, Joan of Arc was said to have had visions of bright lights and would frequently hear the voices of angels, saints, and even God.
Later in her life, Joan of Arc became an important character in the resistance against the English, in the war of 100 years. On May 29th, 1431, the tribunal announced she was guilty of heresy. One legend surrounding the event tells of how her heart survived the fire unaffected.
John Edward is a psychic medium that usually hears information given to him by the discarnate people he tries to contract. Born in Glen Cove, New York, John says he was convinced at a young age that he could become a psychic.
After writing his first book in 1998, he became a well-known and controversial figure in the U.S. through his shows broadcast on the Sci-Fi Channel starting in July 2000 and We TV since May 2006.
Doris Stokes was also a famous psychic reader. Her television appearances, public performances, and memoirs made her a household name in Britain.
Clairaudient messages from your angels and spiritual guides will always be positive and beneficial to all. They are not toxic or harmful, and this ability is not a mental illness.