Clairaudient Dream: Signs You’ve Had One
Have you ever dreamt that you were having a conversation with someone? If psychic information was transmitted in that particular dream, then you may be a clairaudient dreamer.
Clairaudience is the ability to receive psychic information via sound, whether it’s through words, song, a ringing in the ears or some other noise. Some people literally hear the sound with their ears, while others hear it in their minds. For example, it may pop in your head like a thought, only you know it wasn’t your thought; rather it came from outside of you. Here are some sounds you may hear if you are clairaudient.
Clairaudience is one of many ways of taking in psychic information. Other ways include clairvoyance, which is accessing psychic information through visions, and clairsentience, which is accessing psychic information by ‘sensing’ or ‘feeling’ it.
Clairaudient dreams often an early sign of psychic ability
While you can receive psychic information through clairaudience at any time, clairaudient dreams are often experienced by those who are in the early stages of growing their psychic abilities. Psychic dreams, in general, tend to be common among those who are new to using their psychic skills. When we sleep, our conscious mind isn’t telling us that what we are experiencing doesn’t make logical sense so we don’t clamp down on our abilities.
I often run into people who say they want to develop their psychic abilities because they realize that they are already getting psychic information from their dreams. They want to learn how to strengthen their abilities and have more control over them.
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However, a lot of insight can be gleaned from psychic dreams, particulalry clairaudient dreams.
Examples of clairaudient dreams
So what does a clairaudient dream look like? One can present itself in a number of ways. Here are some signs you’ve had a clairaudient dream.
You heard a voice talking to you
If you’ve ever had a narrator in your dream — an unknown voice that provided insight into the dream or helped to tell the story — you may have been experiencing clairaudience. The voice could have belonged to a spirit guide or other spiritual being that was using the dream to get a point across to you.
You had a conversation with a loved one who has crossed over
One of the most comforting types of clairaudient dreams takes place when you meet up with a loved one who has crossed over to the other side in your dreamworld. Such an experience can provide closure if there were loose ends in the relationship. It can also give you the opportunity to simply talk and share your love with one another. Such conversations are an example of mediumship so if you have this experience there’s a good chance you may be able to communicate with others who have crossed over — even those you don’t know personally.
You had a conversation with someone you know who is living
Sometimes we dream about people who are currently in our lives, and in the dream, we have a conversation. For example, we may dream that we are talking to a romantic partner, a friend or a co-worker. While the dream may simply have been conjured up by your subconscious dealing with your feelings about this person, sometimes these dream conversations are more psychic in nature.
In fact, in some cases, such a dream may serve as an actual instance of telepathic communication between you and that person on a certain level. Though the two of you may not consciously be aware that you are having the conversation, you could be in touch on an intuitive level. When this happens, you may find that you are more in sync with this person after the dream, even if this person has no recollection of having had this conversation.
What to do when you’ve had a clairaudient dream
So what do you do when you wake up and realize you have had a clairaudient dream? Ideally, you want to make sure you get all of the messages that the dream had for you.
Naturally, you want to record or write the dream down so you can keep track of the details. Make sure you jot down as much of the conversation or dialog as you can remember. Did any of the words or phrases in the conversation have special significance for you?
Note how your feel. Your emotional state upon waking up can give you hints about a dream. If you feel afraid or off-center, the dream may have been a warning. On the other hand, a conversation with a spirit guide or a loved one on the other side can leave you feeling warm and energized.
One thing you should probably not do is tell someone you had a conversation with them in your dream (even if you believe this to be true). Some people aren’t ready to hear such information and it could make them uncomfortable if you suggest that they were part of your dream.