How I Discovered My Primary Intuitive Gift as an Audient

In my last post, I discussed the four main intuitive types. If you haven’t already, take the quiz to find out your intuitive type.

The four types are the Audient, the Feeler, the Visionary, and the Prophetic. Each type has its own unique strengths and weaknesses. For example, the Audient type is proactive, highly detail-oriented, and has a knack for comprehending and processing information. People often seek them out for help in getting organized or for understanding and solving problems.

Currently, the most popular type among our readers is the Audient, with nearly half of you identifying as such. (Scroll down for this week’s intuitive message, written especially for you!) It’s also my primary type, and I’ve found that knowing my type has helped me to better understand my strengths and weaknesses, as well as those of the people around me.

If you haven’t taken the quiz yet, I encourage you to do so. Knowing your intuitive type can help you to better understand yourself and others, and can lead to more meaningful and fulfilling relationships.

Who is an Audient?

An Audient is someone who has the primary intuitive gift of hearing or a strong inner voice. The intuitive gift of hearing communicates primarily through sounds, music, and words. Being an Audient, you have a strong inner voice and will most likely experience this gift as talking to yourself a lot. Most of the time the gift of hearing comes through as your own voice, it is internal, not external. However, Audients can sometimes receive intuitive hits through gathering information, reading, listening to others, or a song stuck on replay.

How I Learned I Am an Audient

When I first started learning about intuition, I discovered the concept of clairvoyance, or the intuitive gift of sight. My Reiki teacher was the one who introduced me to intuition, teaching us how to gain intuitive information about the chakras through visualization practices.

However, I have always struggled with my inner vision. For instance, if you asked me to close my eyes and visualize an apple, I cannot actually see an apple. Instead, I can only think of an apple and I know what it looks like because I have seen one in reality. Meanwhile, my peers would have grand visualizations as they practiced and would describe very vivid images of all the things that they saw.

This led me to believe that I wasn’t intuitive. I wondered why I couldn’t experience the same types of visions no matter how hard I tried, or how many intuition exercises I did to open up my third eye and access this intuitive sense.

It wasn’t until later that I learned about the other intuitive senses: feeling, knowing, and hearing. The first intuitive sense that I learned I had was the sense of feeling. As a massage therapist, my clients often asked me how I knew where they were feeling pain in their bodies while I was massaging them. They commented on not having that experience with other massage therapists they had worked with.

They recognized something in me that I wasn’t able to see in myself. At first, I didn’t know what it was, but soon I realized that I was able to feel the pain in their bodies either through my hands or by experiencing the same pain in my own body. This helped guide me to where I needed to work. My intuitive gift of feeling is still something I use a lot today in Intuitive Healing Sessions.

My intuitive gift of feeling is something that I primarily use with others. So, I struggled when it came to using this gift for myself. However, our intuitive gifts are primarily for ourselves and can assist us with making decisions and guiding us through life’s journey. Our intuition does so much for us, including keeping us safe and helping us recognize when something is right or wrong for us. It can also guide us towards people, places, and experiences that will bring us the most joy and fulfillment.

After discovering Human Design, I finally realized that hearing was my primary intuitive gift. According to Human Design, each individual has a strategy and an authority. Your Unique Intuitive Blueprint includes your primary intuitive gift, which you can use to gain your own intuitive information. You can find out what your primary intuitive gift is by taking the Intuition Quiz.

Additionally, your blueprint includes your secondary intuitive gifts, which you can use to help others. Your Human Design, including your strategy and authority, is also incorporated into your blueprint.

In Human Design, your strategy is how you interact with stimulus from the outside and how you use your energy. Your authority is how you make decisions, this is one of the guiding factors for your intuitive type.

My authority in Human Design is self-projected, which means that the best way for me to make decisions is to hear myself talk. I learned to use my intuition through experimentation and by allowing myself to become like a child, learning about the world through the lens of intuition.

To experiment with this information about my authority, I focused on opening up my throat chakra through speaking and singing. This helped me to speak my truth and recognize when my voice was resonating with authenticity. As I continued to open my throat chakra and practice using this intuitive sense, I discovered that listening to my inner voice was one of the most helpful ways to make aligned decisions for myself.

Now, I exercise my inner voice by going on walks and talks with the people closest to me. This way, I can talk about my ideas and the decisions I am making as I figure out my next steps.

If you haven’t thought about it before, take some time to reflect on what your primary intuitive gift might be. It might not be immediately obvious, but paying attention to what comes naturally to you and what you excel at can be a good starting point. Remember, intuition comes in many forms and can be developed with practice and intention.

Have you ever thought about what your primary intuitive gift might be and how it can guide you towards making aligned decisions for yourself?

If you’re struggling to identify your primary intuitive gift, try experimenting with different methods of gathering information and making decisions. Pay attention to what comes most naturally to you and what feels the most aligned. Don’t be afraid to try new things and step outside of your comfort zone.

Remember that intuition is a skill that can be developed and honed over time. With practice and intention, you can become more in tune with your inner voice and use your gift to make more informed and fulfilling decisions in all areas of your life.

In conclusion, understanding your intuitive type can help you to better understand yourself and others. There are four main intuitive types, each with their own unique strengths and weaknesses. If you haven’t already, take the quiz to find out your intuitive type and start developing your skills. Remember that intuition is a skill that can be developed and honed over time. With practice and intention, you can become more in tune with your inner voice and use your gift to make more informed and fulfilling decisions in all areas of your life.

Inutitive Message for Audients

Dear Audient,

You possess an incredible gift for understanding and analyzing problems with a high attention to detail. Your ability to sift through large amounts of information and make sense of it makes you a valuable asset to others, as you often provide the most efficient solution.

However, your strength in gathering and analyzing information can also be a frustrating struggle. You may become stuck in analysis paralysis instead of listening to your inner voice.

To become more in touch with your gift of hearing, start paying attention to the way your intuitive gift speaks. The gift of hearing is most often communicated through your own inner voice, so developing a journaling practice is essential. If you don’t enjoy writing, try audio journaling instead.

Talk things out with someone you trust and ask them to listen instead of giving advice. Giving yourself space to pay attention to your own voice, what you are saying and the tone of your voice as you say it, is key.

If you want to gain more intuitive information about others, your environments, and whether something is right for you, ask yourself what you notice about the spaces around you. How can you use audio to enhance your environment? Pay attention to what people are saying and how they say it. How do you know when you are speaking your truth? When you learn to identify your inner voice and what it sounds like when you are resonating in truth, you will find yourself in alignment.

Many people who are Feelers, Prophetics, and Visionaries actually mistake themselves as Audients because they highly value gathering information, paying attention to the facts, and being able to understand and find a solution to a problem. The gift of the Audient is most accepted by society, and we have been taught to ignore our feelings and gut instincts because we’ve deemed them as invalid ways of making decisions. For Visionaries, not feeling valued for their gifts of vision and innovation may be a common experience. If you find that the above methods do not work for you, it may be a sign to pay attention to your gifts of feeling, knowing, and inner vision more.

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