No, not unless you hear it often. That’s from a psychologist/anthropologist who interviewed people about hearing voices or feeling an awareness of spirits when no one was present.
What makes religion and the folks who take it seriously so interesting is the difference among people who say they have heard the voice of God, those who are only aware of God’s preferences and those who have heard nor seen neither.
Of public figures, we heard in 2012 several who said they had heard or seen indications of God’s preference. Three or four of the Republican candidates for the Presidency each said God had indicated he preferred him/her. Pat Robertson said he thought God had told him Romney would win but admitted later he misinterpreted God’s message to him.
The attached research indicates people need a certain level of or interest in creativity to find the voice of God. Those who hear the voice are more creative in finding nuances of what is going on in their minds. They also tend to spend more time praying than those who don’t hear from God.
I recall sitting at our kitchen table years ago while a student of my wife told of out of body dreams, flying about. He flew all over the world. He said he found a technique for suppressing an inhibition that otherwise would have held back this phenomenon.
Perhaps hearing God in the mind is something like this, requiring practice and the lack of some inhibition others have.
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