I've noticed that there are many types of spritual people. I say that very loosely, and apologise if I leave anyone out, below.
I've noticed that there are people who identify with empathy.
There are people that identify with spirit guides.
There are people that identify with clairvoyance.
There are people that identify with AP.
There are people that identify with chakras.
There are people that identify with.... all of the above/or other
I'm just wondering if these all, "sooner or later", will mesh together. Or are there some people who are "made" or "destined" for certain facets of spirituality?
They eventually mesh together in my opinion, but only if the person is open to gaining their full potential - ie going all the way to bridging the gap (consciousness connection) to their higherself and assimilating everything they can (abilities, talents, memories, knowledge, wisdom) from their soul consciousness into consciousness down here. It's the difference between operating purely in ego which is 3d consciousness, and not. The ego wants to label abilities and count them as 'special gifts' given by god or xyz, when they are not, and not from an external source at all.
Some people get so far and then don't feel the need to expand or branch out beyond certain abilities / understanding. That is their choice of course, but that is why you get some in the metaphysical community that hone in something very specific and identify themselves with only that, while others do a bit of everything.
So what i see is 2 types really - one group who stay in ego with their first found abilities (that would be their most innate and strongest ones), and are happy to think of them as gifts etc and explore them in the duality setting with somewhat limited perceptions... and then those who take it all the way and move beyond the 3d consciousness/ matrix, by integrating their higher self and unlocking their higher consciousness and everything they ever learned/ mastered, earned.
At this stage everything is merged into an innate understanding of "telepathy" and it being the universal language of consciousness directed by "intention" motive and agenda.