I wrote a post about clairaudience (clear-hearing, as clairvoyant = clear-seeing) a while back and received some great comments about it.
Today, I received a story from a reader called Rita who related this experience, asking if it was an example of clairaudience
I do not know if I have clairaudient abilities, or not. I can only tell you what I experienced and let you decide.
I was singing with the radio, doing my dishes, and out of the blue, I hear this voice. telling me that someone, and it even gives the person’s name, is trying to leave the elementary school, with my daughter. I say out loud, “no, my daughter will not leave with no one, whom she is not suppose to leave with.”
The voice, says the same thing to me, but LOUDER this time. I think I am losing my mind, and ignore it.
I go to school, to pick up my children…and my daughter runs up to me, and says, “Mommy, (the person’s name) tried to get me to leave with her today, but I did not”. I could not believe my ears. It was the person that the voice has told me.
I drove home, went in my bedroom, and cried like a baby. I said I was sorry for not listening to it, and that from here on, I would. And I do. I thought it was a angel, or a loved one who had passed on, someone who warns me of things. What do you think?
More about clairaudience and the other ‘clairs’ for parents
I believe an angel or guide of some kind was actively warning this reader about her child. Many parents will tell you they are intuitive in some way when it comes to their children’s safety.
Most parents will identify with one or more of the intuitive ‘hits’ on this list and count them as everyday parenting abilities, since parents and children have such a connection…
- ‘Knowing’ your child is coming down with an illness, or is about to get sick, even if they aren’t currently displaying any signs (claircognizance in psychic terms)
- Having a ‘gut feeling’ that your child is in some kind of danger (clairsentience in psychic terms)
- Hearing that ‘little voice’ that tells you to go check on your child (clairaudience in psychic terms)
- ‘Feeling’ that something intangible is very wrong and you need to find your child, even though you can’t explain it (clairempathy – clear emotion, empathy in psychic terms)
- Getting an image, picture or scene that you know is related to your child causing you to act (clairvoyance in psychic terms)
- Sensing that somebody is around, or has been around your child that you don’t like, they ‘leave a bad taste in your mouth’, or ‘something just doesn’t smell right about them – (clairgustance, clear smelling, clairscent, clear smelling)
- Picking up something that belongs to your child and even though the object is innocent enough, you get a bad feeling (clairtangency – more commonly known as psychometry or divining energy in or around an object).
Now we all have animal instincts, some of which we have been separated from or had reduced by environment.
For example, women are often taught to be ‘nice’ at all costs, even when their instincts are screaming the opposite. Our sense of smell has also been reduced because we tend not to activate it as much as sight or hearing.
Even so, those instincts are still there.
Parental instincts aside, I believe this case demonstrates a clear experience of clairaudience and spiritual connection,both with a guide or angel and with the child concerned
Here’s my take on Rita’s story.
First of all, she was singing with the radio on and washing dishes.
I interpret that as the left brain quieted (with an activity) and the right brain active and intuitively open since the music was playing and affecting her brainwaves, causing her to relax and ‘switch off’ the mind.
I don’t know whether Rita heard the voice in one ear or both (in my case it’s the left ear), as clear as day. My intuitive gut says it was a guide of some kind, a mother-figure who has passed on, maybe even somebody that Rita knew in this life who has transitioned…that’s my interpretation.
Immediately the guide knew what to say, which caused Rita to react and speak out loud. As we are all part of the unified field, Rita’s mother-child connection kicked and and in some way her words were transmitted to the child, who was warned to be careful. (Worth asking your child for validation Rita if the event is not too far in the past).
Rita had complete validation of the experience because the guide named the person concerned and her child named the same person as the perpetrator of the potential act.
Validation is the key in cases of establishing intuitive experiences. If a person knew information they could not possibly have known any other way, then that is validation.
When we get these clairaudient messages, it’s well worth acting on them
If you receive a strong intuitive hit about your child, act on it in some way. What’s the worst thing that can happen? Everything is OK, your child is safe and all is right with the world (you may feel a little stupid after the event, that’s just the ego kicking in – so what – your child is safe).
If something happens to your child that you didn’t forsee, do your best to avoid experiencing guilt over it. We can’t see around all the corners, just some of them – it’s one of the great mysteries of life. Even intuitives miss stuff.
My mum once had a really strong ‘gut feeling’ that I shouldn’t ride my pushbike to school one day in the winter, but she didn’t act on it for fear of seeming overprotective or overly fussy.
Unfortunately, that day my bike hit black ice and I was flipped on the road and knocked unconscious, causing me several injuries.
For years afterwards she carried the guilt of ‘knowing’ something bad could happen and not acting on her instinct or intuitive experience.
As Rita says with her story, I said I was sorry for not listening to it, and that from here on, I would. And I do. It can only help, not hinder.
I’d love to hear other reader’s experiences of clairaudience.