Yes to all of this, and most people who do have divine experiences don’t have them on speeddial—it might be a once in a life time experience to feel a special presence. Remember sometimes its about quality not quanity. Just because Thor is watching someone playing video games, and giggling with them about their friends doesn’t mean they are having more gnostic experiences than you. Whereas someone who may have met a god only once might take away some spiritual growth change and revelation from it. And sometimes someone who only reads and learns from watch nature will have many spiritual and mystical experiences in their own thinking without special intervention from a god. In my opinion the question shouldn’t be “are gods talking to me?” but instead “am I gaining wisdom?”
In Critique of Headblind and Godphone
July 13, 2014 by Sara Star
I can’t deal with “headblind”. Until the last couple of years, getting messages from the divine was considered a blessed and rare occurrence – and now we’re inventing terms for the people who AREN’T Special Snowflake BFFs with the gods? People, please, rest assured: not being able to see, feel or otherwise tangibly experience divinity and/or energy IS NOT A DEFECT. It’s perfectly normal, probably even more common than having a godphone or whatever people are claiming on the Internet these days.