In these introductions we often talk about words that are simple in context. Hearing is one of those things. The senses are so important when it comes to finding your spiritual peace.  Hearing can represent the physical sense but can also represent the ability to absorb and understand what is needed to be absorbed for spiritual awakening.  Hearing is a sense that we often take for granted, but it is a fundamental part of our ability to connect with the world around us. In the context of spirituality, hearing can take on a deeper meaning, as it becomes a way of tuning in to our inner voice and the guidance of the divine.

In many spiritual traditions, hearing is associated with the concept of “listening to the still, small voice within.” This voice is often described as a quiet, intuitive sense that guides us towards our highest good. It can be heard through meditation, prayer, or simply by being present and attentive to our thoughts and feelings.

For many people, hearing within spirituality is a way of accessing wisdom and insight that is beyond the rational mind. It is a way of connecting with the divine and accessing a deeper sense of purpose and meaning in life. This type of hearing is often described as a form of intuition, a “knowing” that arises from a deeper level of awareness.

Hearing within spirituality can also involve a deeper sense of listening to others. It is a way of truly hearing what others are saying, beyond just the words they use. By listening deeply, we can connect with others on a heart-to-heart level, and gain a deeper understanding of their experiences and perspectives.

However, hearing within spirituality can also be challenging. It can require us to let go of our preconceptions and expectations, and to be open to new experiences and ways of thinking. It can also require us to be still and quiet, which can be difficult in a world that is often noisy and chaotic.

To cultivate hearing within spirituality, it can be helpful to incorporate practices that promote stillness and quiet. This can include meditation, mindfulness, or spending time in nature. It can also be helpful to connect with a spiritual community or teacher who can offer guidance and support along the way.

Ultimately, hearing within spirituality is about cultivating a deeper connection with ourselves, others, and the divine. By tuning in to our inner voice and listening deeply to others, we can access a deeper sense of wisdom and insight and create a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

One of the things we will talk about later in your journey is the importance of that inner voice being kind. Kindness to yourself is almost as important as forgiveness.  As you start to think about the important things to you within your spiritual self you need to focus on that voice that I call your duvet voice, and by that, I mean the voice that talks to you when you pull the covers above your head at night and settle your mind down to rest.  Hearing is so multifaceted in this sense.  So, becoming more attuned to what you hear is such a significant part of your exploration from this point forward and all we can say is started to be more conscious of all these things you can hear, and it will aid you moving forward more than you could know. 

Mark Twain considers kindness to be a language that cuts across ability.  So, from a hearing sense, speaking the right internal language can enable you to be able to gift those spiritual juices a metaphorical stir. 





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