Clairaudience: Let it Be Your Guide


I woke up at 3am thanks to Jasper, my oh-so nocturnal cat, who thought it would be the perfect time to play in the midst of my REM cycle. As I attempted to pull out of a deep Delta-turned-Theta brain wave pattern and come to my semi-conscious senses, a song by Florida Georgia Line popped into my head. Random song, random band. They hold one lonely spot on my vast playlist. I'm not a big country music fan, but for some reason they made a headliner's appearance in my brain in the wee hours this morning.

Being clairaudient, this happens to me a lot. A random song pops into my head, but the lyrics are the poignant part of the experience, burning certain words deep into my consciousness. Then, I'm left with a message that has been distilled down from the song. Determining where the message is pointed is the trick. Last night, I had fallen asleep with a particular situation on my mind that I was over-strategizing. This morning, I quickly realized I was the target audience and Jasper was the messenger.

The message was crystal clear- "If it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be, baby just let it be." A simple concept, but not always easy to apply. They go further into the message, pleading with the listener to chill the heck out and let go of control: "So won't you ride with me, ride with me, see where this thing goes?" (Bebe Rexha feat. Florida Georgia Line. "Meant to Be")

"Going with the flow" is a prevailing theme in the Taoist and Buddhist traditions. My years as a student of philosophy and psychology have reinforced the benefits of allowing the natural course of life to occur with minimal interference. I have gotten better at this over time. However, I still have moments that I would rather get in the driver's seat with a crash helmet on than wait something out.

"Most people are rowing against the current of life. Instead of turning the boat around, all they need to do is let go of the oars." ~Esther Hicks

Letting go of resistance, allowing the Universe to guide the direction of the wind, and following the call of one's true nature is actually quite liberating. When I loosen the white-knuckled grip of the wheel, set the cruise control and pull my crash helmet off, letting my hair blow in the wind, the journey becomes surprisingly exhilarating.

"We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us." ~Joseph Campbell

There is freedom in releasing and allowing. Once you've put in the time and effort needed for a certain situation, give your point of focus time to develop and come to fruition. By doing this, you make space for world of opportunities to arise that may have otherwise never seemed possible. Trust the Universe. Trust the process. Trust yourself. Then sit back and enjoy the ride!

Clairaudience means clear hearing, is the ability to perceive sounds or words from outside sources in the spirit world. Psychics who are clairaudient hear voices, sounds or music that are not audible to the normal ear. 


Author: Madison Akridge