More and more these days I find that people are tapping into the rarest of intuitive gifts: Clairaudience. At first, when tapping into this gift, you may think you are crazy. I mean c’mon…your hearing voices!
But at some point, these gifted individuals are able to discern their own voice from their Guides, Angels, or Spirit, and heed the advice they have to offer.
Here’s the thing, though: Discernment (which is necessary with all the gifts), is absolutely HUGE with this one. ..and (unfortunately) not often practiced.
Just because you are hearing voices, it doesn’t mean it comes from Spirit.
Everyone knows who Hitler is, but have you ever heard the story of his “Demon Guide” Providence?
One day, while Hitler was hanging out in the barracks with his comrades’, a voice told him “leave this place, now!!” Hitler jumped up and left the barracks. As he exited, it was bombed, his comrades killed – and he escaped without a scratch. Hitler himself claims to have worked with Providence throughout his reign of terror…and for more than obvious reasons (like history) many have written that Hitler was possessed.
Here are a few key ways to determine if the guidance you’re receiving is from God:
- Is it loved based or fear based? God loves all of us equally. There are no favorites. (How can the hand favor the finger?)
- Is it Universal or Discriminatory? God’s advice would serve everyone.
- Is it discrete or accusatory? God wouldn’t say “Your husband is an asshole” even if he beat you every day and you thought it was true. God would say something along the lines of “You deserve better.”
- Is it accepting or judgmental? Are you accepted as you are, or are you required to “do something” for love (and continued service?)
I once had a reading with a woman, and a spirit popped up, who’s name began with “L”. He was asking for forgiveness. That seemed nice on the surface, but my guides put a huge “X” over him (meaning “Do not continue with him”) I suggested to my client that forgiveness may be in order, but the apology wasn’t sincere. She knew exactly who he was. “Larry” (her brother-in-law) who killed her nephew before killing himself, and was still trying to stay “connected” to the family.
The moral to this? Always Source your Source.