Can You Experience Clairaudience If You Are Deaf?

Question from a reader:

“I’m Jessi and I was born profoundly deaf. Since my empath awakening this year, my ‘Hum’ since 1998 turned into hums, tics, beats patterns and melodies. I recognise a low voice and a childlike song voice. I am pretty sure I heard my name, ‘JESS,’ twice. The childlike keeps singing the same unrecognisable song. Melodies come and go and I need to figure out how to understand them when my brain has never been used for actual listening, as I use sign language. But the Hum and ticking is constant. The sounds I’m hearing is so busy and overlapping. I can decipher layers of different frequencies. Am I hearing the frequencies of earth and orbs, the UFO’s? (I captured thousands of orbs on my camera last night which got me thinking, my yard is FULL of them particularly our peach tree.) Does clairaudiency only apply to actual communications and songs? I do have instinctual conversations in my mind which I try to control, so I know this is different. It’s rather interfering during meditation when I just don’t understand a word!”

I really love this question for so many reasons, mainly because of all the implications. One of the most common questions I get about clairaudience and intuition in general is, “How do I tell the difference between that and my own thoughts?”

It’s different for you, I imagine, because you’re not used to sounds and voices in the same way that others are, so if and when you actually do “hear” something in your mind, it must be exceptionally noticeable!

I’m also fascinated by this because the very last resort for spirit to communicate is actual words. It prefers less limiting forms of communication such as symbolism, but in your case, vibrational frequency may be more easily felt and recognized, internally, because you’re somewhat less bombarded by external stimuli.

Personally, I’m extremely sensitive to noise pollution (as well as light/visual stimuli) and I know I’m not alone in that. It makes it very difficult to concentrate and process what’s going on, internally, much less externally. In a way, I’d guess that you’re able to tune in much more easily.

They say that when you lose one of our senses, the others become heightened. I can’t help but think that your intuition would be as well, as it is your “sixth sense,” so to speak. Of course, it’s a muscle that needs to be flexed and exercised to grow stronger, but you have a bit more energy to put toward it and use it to fill in the gap of the sense you lost.

Intuitively, your assessment that the hum and tics is earth’s frequency feels correct, and perhaps the added layers are universal in nature. The voices and songs feel like guides and/or angelic realm frequencies.

I think the same tip applies here as does to regular clairaudience when you hear a high pitched frequency or tone – it carries data that will be stored in your subconscious mind. You don’t necessarily need to interpret it right away, it will surface when the timing is right, so don’t worry about trying to figure out what it means. You’ll gain an understanding of it eventually, without having to work at it. Other understandings will trigger it, like a key or sort of domino effect.

Xo, 

 


 

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2 Comments

  1. I, too, am spending Thanksgiving in a new place without my family. It feels freeing in a funny sort of way. I’ve decided to get a cabin in the woods and take my dog hiking. I hope you find a lovely way to spend your time.

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    • That sounds like a very centering experience 🙂

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