Yes, please excuse me, a prophetic word, given without request, is quite common in charismatic churches.
Yes, it is. Such unsolicited, random "words" given to people as in the charismatic churches is completely foreign to Orthodoxy.
While we believe that the Holy Spirit is active in the life of the Church, it is not anything like this. The Spirit works through the Church Her miracles and Her mysteries. Receiving spiritual advice, for example, is something that is common in Orthodoxy, given to one who seeks it, from whom he or she seeks. Spiritual counsel is given most often to a person by their spiritual father (or mother). For most of us regular Orthodox, our spiritual father is our parish priest, although some may have spiritual fathers that are priests in monasteries (or even lay monastics). It is also not uncommon for someone, particularly a woman, to have a spiritual mother who is a monastic. These are people to whom we look for spiritual direction and often go to for the mystery of reconciliation (commonly referred to as "confession").
We may also occasionally embark on a pilgrimage to seek the advice of another, sometimes at the urging of our spiritual father/mother, and sometimes requesting to do so ourselves. It is also not uncommon to seek advice from multiple such sources, although there is a strong understanding within Orthodoxy to have one person designated as your spiritual father/mother, and with whom you share even what you discussed with another person, like if your spiritual father is a hieromonk (i.e., a priest that is also a monk) and you confess to your parish priest because you haven't been able to get to the monastery for awhile, you share what happened at the other confession with your spiritual father.
I hope that made sense...