How To Develop Clairaudience
Clairaudience is the reception of signals directly into the mind, as if delivered by a spoken word or sound, but occurring silently from the outside as the recipient “hears” and processes the information. Many psychics possess clairaudience along with clairvoyance and many learn how to develop clairaudience as an extra weapon for their “psychic toolkit.” Getting better control of this gift can enable the psychic to receive clear messages from spirit guides, souls that have passed over, and other forces without recourse to visual manifestation or transference.
We also know of the myth of psychic ability restricted to only the chosen few. Humans are thought to possess at least some level of this psychic ability. Much is made of athletes’ heightened senses: of “reaction time” for goaltenders in soccer, the ability to “anticipate” where the ball travels in basketball, or the “adjustment” factor as a batter awaits a pitch. If these are legitimate mental instincts honed to a fine point from years of practice and on-field experience, then what can we do to take advantage of the oft-tiny measures of psychic ability we are said to possess?
Want to know how to develop clairaudience? Luckily, we are already in possession of a barometer that, if we wish it, can measure levels of clairaudience development and help us understand better when we are experiencing, or about to experience, a clairauditory event. This is our intuition. Used correctly and carefully, it can give us the best idea of our psychic abilities.
Intuition can be trained and managed so that you can even measure the different frequencies of your clairaudience development. It is the best vehicle we have for seeing into the future and understanding decisions made in everyday situations. The most highly intuitive people in the world are said to be chess grandmasters, who manage to remain neck and neck with computer technology almost solely due to the human ability to intuit, an ability computers are unable to replicate. Grandmasters have often reported the sudden reception of chess patterns in their head in a way strikingly similar to a clairaudience event; moreover, a handful of those at the top level are experts at blindfold chess, relying upon their intuition to replace the board in front of them.
But we’re not all grandmasters, so how can we work on our intuition so that know how to develop clairaudience? It’s not that impossible, and the key may very well be your own confidence. Remember, the people who claim to be possessed of absolutely no psychic ability are most often the same people who claim it doesn’t exist in the first place. An open mind is the necessary first step on a long journey to self-confidence in your intuitive ability.
If you are able to invest faith in your ability to receive and understand signals of all sorts, you may notice not only a greater ability to tune in to that “little voice” people often acknowledge hearing when facing a conscientious decision, but you may also find out more about yourself than you expected.