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Yep, there aren’t any. Be cautious of leaders who claim otherwise. Ask for verses, in context. That doesn’t mean that God couldn’t speak to you that way, just that it isn’t normative or biblical and that the burden of proof is on the one claiming they did hear from God. If they quote what He allegedly said to them then they are putting their words on par with the inspired Bible. It is possible, but that’s quite a claim.
And it means you shouldn’t teach others that they must be doing something wrong if they aren’t “hearing” from God in personalized ways. Don’t harm the faith of others with non-biblical teachings. It isn’t loving.
If you want to hear from God, read the Bible. If you want to hear from him audibly, then read the Bible out loud. I suggest a deep study of the 31,173 verses He definitely gave us before insisting on a personal bonus revelation.
P.S. Please note that I am not discounting the Holy Spirit in any way. I love him as I love the Father and the Son and He has unique roles outlined in scripture. But again, please offer specific verses, in context, if your claim is that the Bible says it is normative to get specific communications from him when praying.