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Bingen, Hildegard of - Helped by monks



Type of Spiritual Experience


If the communication is in words and sentences it is a bodied or disembodied soul.  If the communication is symbolic, or uses words as puns, or is simply a ‘thought’ without words – an impression conveyed, communication is with a Spirit being , Spirit helper or Intelligence.

Hildegard received a lot of words, a lot.

Most of her communication does not look like the ramblings of a disembodied soul but a bodied soul, so the monk is a real possibility.  It is thus possible that the communications she received in words were from this man, her earthly helper.


A description of the experience

Hildegard of Bingen from The Vita

As best I could, I concealed the vision I saw in my soul. I was ignorant of much in the outer world, because of the frequent illness that I suffered, from the time of my mother’s milk right up to now; it wore my body out and made my powers fail. Exhausted by all this, I asked a nurse of mine if she saw anything save external objects. ‘Nothing’ she answered, for she saw none of those others. Then seized with great fear, I did not dare reveal it to anyone……

But if the force of the vision – in which I made an exhibition of myself more childish than befitted my age – subsided a little, I blushed profusely and often wept, and many times I should gladly have kept silent, had I been allowed. And still, because of the fear I had of other people, I did not tell anyone how I saw. But a certain high-born woman, to whom I had been entrusted for education, noted this and disclosed it to a monk whom she knew……

The source of the experience

Bingen, Hildegard of

Concepts, symbols and science items


Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Extreme pain