A core tenet of the Hearing Voices Movement is that we each have the right to define our experiences in our own way. In this section of our site you will be able to read the perspectives of a range of people. Some of them might complement your own ideas, others may challenge you or reveal new aspects of what it can be to hear voices, see visions or have related experiences. We hope you can read all with an open mind.
Note: As a charity, we do not hold a particular perspective on what it means to hear voices. We include a range of ideas in this section to reflect the diversity of those who are part of the Hearing Voices Movement around the world. If you want to explore these ideas further, you might want to join our Facebook Group, join a Hearing Voices Group and/or speak to someone you trust in your own life.
Hi, my name is Tom. I hear voices every day, and I would like to share my story. Hopefully someone else who is struggling with hearing voices every day can relate to what I’m going through.At this point in time, I have only spoken with a social worker; I have not yet seen a psychiatrist […]
By Kellie Stastny, first published in SBS InsightHearing voices that no one else can hear has been something that has nearly always been a part of my existence. Throughout my childhood the voices I heard and interacted with were often innocuous, even amicable or encouraging, especially in the adverse conditions. There were times however where […]
My name is Alba. Here is my story from various points of view:The beginning of my experience: Getting to know AndreaI was 32 years old at that time. I was married and had become mother of a beautiful child, Dara, when the company I was working for as a secretary moved too far away from where […]