December 31

CLAIRAUDIENCE — Discover the Power of the AUDIENT Personality Style to Manifest Goals

Introduction:

In this article, let’s delve into the Audient Manifestor, more commonly recognized as Clairaudient. See if you can recognize if it’s well-developed for you. Think of it as not only an intuitive skill, but a learning style, and manifestation style as well. It’s one of 5 TEVAS styles. The others are Tangent, Ecrivent, Voyent and Sentient. Each has five nuances making a total of 25 TEVAS-AVARA Aptitudes explored in the visionary fantasy novel, Helio Tropez. For example, as the Voyent style explores the power of seeing, the Audient style centers around the ability to hear and process auditory information.

Unveiling Your Particular Superpower:

The TEVAS-AVARA Aptitudes offer a unique system to identify both extrasensory and sensory strengths and weaknesses and is like your toolbox for manifesting your reality. The more tools the better. That said, most people default to one style more than the other four. The 5 main TEVAS aptitudes provide a framework to name, identify, and embrace our latent or manifest abilities. Take the 60-second quiz at GoldenAgeTimeline.com to discover your dominant personality style.

Stories and the TEVAS Aptitudes: Marvel Universe and Helio Tropez

To comprehend the distinctions between the 5 different personality types, let’s draw parallels with stories and characters.

For example, the Marvel superheroes feature the five types in exaggerated form… showing the highest potential of the style and also the dangers of that style if unbalanced.

  • Mirage, also known as Psyche, is a fictional Cheyenne superhero in Marvel comics. She is like a Voyent or Clairvoyant because she possesses a mutant superpower that allows her to create visual illusions of her opponent’s fears or wishes.
  • Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson, is like a Tangent or Clairtangent in the Marvel comics. He possessed a mutant superhuman ability to offer regenerative healing.
  • Professor X is played by Patrick Stewart in the X-Men films. He is like the Ecrivent, or Claircognizant, who is an immensely powerful telepath and scientific genius.
  • Empath is a fictional character in Marvel comics who is like the Sentient or Clairsentient. He can sense and control other people’s emotions.
  • And, finally, Superman is like the Audient or Clairaudient aptitude, with his supersonic hearing.

In the fantasy science novel, Helio Tropez, the five Pentada represent the five styles in action, depicting the strengths and weaknesses of that style.

  • Daphne is a Voyent with a nuance known as The Magician so she can Remote View other times, realities, people and environments to get intel. As a starship navigator, she built a visual illusion to camouflage the ship. Also, she can shapeshift to create visual illusions as necessary. She can also visually trick people or project fearful images into their minds.
  • Cassandra is a Tangent with a specific nuance known as The Soul Healer. She can use touch to get deeper information about a person, object, or environment and can perform psychic surgery to heal at the level of the soul. A master of psychometry, she can use her mind to transfigure, bi-locate, astral project in physical form, or maim or physically kill people, as necessary.
  • Tia is a Sentient with a nuance known as the Inspirator. She can Remote Sense the emotional nature of other people, times, realities, and environments to get intel. As a Clairsentient she is an inspirational leader to others because she can raise a person’s emotional state. Used in a destructive way she can implant negative emotions in people to demotivate them.
  • Metta is Ecrivent with the nuance known as the Poet. Her Claircognizant ability allows her to know the truth beyond the five regular senses. She can access Akashic records, knowledge or mindcode as needed. Used in a destructive way she can implant negative words or mindcode in people to undermine them.
  • Annika is the Audient with a nuance known as the Musician. She can Remote Listen to other times, realities, and environments to get intel. As a Clairaudient she can use sound, frequency, and words to empower or disempower people, places, and objects.

 

The Audient Personality Style:

Previously, we explored Tangent, Ecrivent and Voyent manifestor styles. Now, let’s shine a light on the Audient manifestor or aptitude. It’s the learning style related to auditory processing, Audients navigate the realms of imagination and intention through hearing and sounds.

Recognizing an Audient: Activities, Words, and Greetings:

Identifying an Audient involves observing certain traits. They may be heard humming, talking to themselves, listening to music or audiobooks, and paying attention to audio nuances. Words like “I hear a lot” or “that sounds good to me” are common in their conversations. Greetings are typically verbal, such as “Hi, how’s it going?” rather than a physical greeting. They may engage in activities that involve auditory experiences, like enjoying music or attending events with prominent sound elements.

Best Learning Style for an Audient:

The most effective way for an Audient to learn is through hearing information. They may need to read out loud or listen to audiobooks or podcasts to retain information effectively. Studying with a friend allows them to discuss the information they’re learning, enhancing their understanding. Audients thrive in environments where they receive auditory stimuli.

Regular Sensory Perception – Audient’s Advantages and Disadvantages:

Audients tend to be musical, social, and adept at multitasking. They excel in auditory professions such as music. translation, speech pathology, radio, podcasting, and professional speaking. However, extreme Audients may face challenges with distractions, excessive talkativeness, and fiery personalities.

Extrasensory Perception for Audients:

In extrasensory perception, Audients can hear voices, words, frequencies, sounds or music that are not audible to the normal ear. The best way for an Audient to manifest is to imagine hearing sounds related to what they want to manifest. For example, if manifesting a trip to Hawaii, they can imagine the sounds of surf waves, tropical birds, and Hawaiian ukulele or create audio prompts to stimulate their imagination.

Managing Your Clairaudient Powers:

Individuals with the ability to gain information through extrasensory hearing, or Clairaudience, encounter various challenges in constructively using their powers:

  1. Interpreting Auditory Information: Audients often receive information through sounds or voices, making interpretation complex and subjective. Developing the skill to decipher true meaning is crucial.
  2. Emotional Impact: Hearing future events or hidden truths can be emotionally taxing, causing stress or anxiety. Audients may struggle to manage their emotions and separate their own feelings from the auditory information received.
  3. Selective Attention: Filtering out irrelevant or intrusive sounds can be a challenge for Audients, especially in noisy environments. Developing selective attention is essential for focus.
  4. Skepticism and Validation: Due to the abstract nature of auditory experiences, Audients may face skepticism from others and within themselves, lacking validation and increasing self-doubt.
  5. Integration into Everyday Life: Balancing auditory experiences with practicality can be challenging. Audients may find it difficult to integrate their abilities into a world that often prioritizes visual and tangible information.
  6. Isolation: Feeling different or isolated is common among Audients, as their experiences may set them apart from others who lack such extrasensory perceptions.

To address these challenges, Audients can benefit from coaching, mentorship, and practices that help them ground and control their auditory abilities, fostering a constructive and responsible use of their extrasensory powers.

For example, I worked with an Audient manifestor who grew up in a family of Ecrivents. They were bookish, intellectual introverts, while she was a talkative, action-oriented extrovert, and so they found her annoying. Once she found like-minded people, her confidence grew.

Another coaching client was a Clairaudient but didn’t fully realize it. I could tell when she was able to finish my sentences, even after we first met. Sometimes she could hear people’s inner dialogue, which was often full of self-judgment. When she offered unsolicited advice to uplift people, it ended up spooking people. How did she know what they were thinking? Together we explored ways for her to turn down the noise when necessary, and only offer advice when asked. This improved her relationships with people.

Summary:

In conclusion, understanding and embracing your Audient manifestor style can empower you to navigate the intricate tapestry of auditory senses, imagination, and intention.

Explore these manifestation personality styles further by taking the TEVAS 60-SECOND QUIZ. As a gift for trying it, you can download The TEVAS Aptitudes eBook here:https://goldenagetimeline.com/

 


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