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Clairaudience? Or Something Else?


I'm in need of some advice/help. Around a year ago I started realizing that I have a few abilities that others would call bit normal. I have always been a little more sensitive than most people and could sense things others could not but I simply ignored it. It started out with just being able to hear electronics that were on in the house (they would be on mute and I would always yell at my brother to turn it off before leaving the house). I could hear the electronics from across my house when they were on mute. I thought I just has really good ears.

Soon after I would experience this ringing noise in my ears sometimes when I was alone. Soon after the ringing I would hear quiet voices. The weird thing is the voices are not outside my head or inside. It's like I hear it with a different part of my mind. It feels odd when this happens (it happens not when I meditate). I also get odd feelings when I go to random places, like a feeling I shouldn't be there. Then I get the ringing in my ears. A few months ago I began exploring clairaudience exercises and that only lasted a week because after only two exercises I started getting negative feelings that I knew were odd. I just need someone to tell me if what I'm experiencing is clairaudience or something different.

I also need to know if it is worth developing. And how I can control my emotions while developing these abilities. I have problems with controlling my "fight or flight" instinct and I would like to be stable emotionally so I can have one less thing to worry about

Thank you for taking time to read my experience and I would greatly appreciate your advice/ help.:)

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ashleecroman (1 stories) (3 posts)
10 years ago (2014-02-10)
Facipan, thank you for pointing me in a direction! I will check it out!
ashleecroman (1 stories) (3 posts)
10 years ago (2014-02-10)
mmmm_cake not offended at all you're just offering real advice. And I appreciate that! Good points!
Facipan (5 posts)
11 years ago (2013-11-19)
Hi Ashlee.
I am a lucid dreamer and I also hear the voice of the souls in my dreams, maybe it is not so weird as to hear them awaken, but I know a few people, who can do it. This note is not too old, so probably to handle your skill is not such easy. My only advice is that, just listen them, compare to the "real" happenings, to collect and store these informations is also important, because of the psychical pollution these informations usually are not complete. Maybe you can find the meaning a few weeks later. And our clear sense here is just rarely more than 75%
If you can, find the spirit book of ALan Kardec and the 4 books of Dr Michael Newton. You can know a couple of important things (far not everything) about the level of the spirits. There are mistakes too, but basically you can learn a lot of things
Regards, Facipan
mmmm_cake (1 stories) (12 posts)
11 years ago (2013-11-17)
Sorry! I must have misunderstood something you said in your story. I hope I didn't offend you by my suggestion. I don't think you or anyone else should be calling yourself crazy. Actually, the fact that you recognize something might be off and have the ability to try to deal with it is incredible. All I meant by my comment was that I, inexperienced as I am, saw in your story a problem that looked like it could be fixed. I was concerned that on this type of site you'd be barraged with one-sided comments encouraging you to develop what users might call abilities. I wish you luck in figuring out exactly what's going on, and then in deciding how to deal with it.
ashleecroman (1 stories) (3 posts)
11 years ago (2013-11-17)
mmm_cake I have always considered emotional instability but I have been tested for schizophrenia (because of past relatives) and I do not have it. I am also not really an emotional person. I'm very blunt and constantly have my emotions in check. You do give a good point though. I have always wondered if I was loon or paranoid. But none the less thank you so much for your advice:)
mmmm_cake (1 stories) (12 posts)
11 years ago (2013-11-16)
Here are my thoughts. Being able to hear electronics is not particularly unusual. I think you're correct that you have a heightened sense of hearing. Televisions do produce high pitched sounds while they are on, and sometimes people (myself included), particularly younger people, are sensitive to this noise. That's also the idea behind the mosquito ring tone. The feeling you get when visiting new places and your distorted fight or flight instinct might stem from the same thing. Perhaps it's a bit of paranoia that makes you feel like an outsider and puts your constantly on guard. If you really want to fix this, you might consider some sort of therapy. That could also help you with your emotional instability (not to mention your hearing voices). Good luck with everything!

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