Do You Believe Humans Have Some Ability To Sense Impending Danger?
A premonition perhaps!! Have you ever sensed impending danger to yourself or someone close to you and have had that sense come true later? Has such intuitive listening saved you from harm?
Yes I believe we (humans) have the ability to sense impeding danger. I have experienced this a few times. One time, as a teenager, I was riding my bike in a residential area when I had the feeling that I was going to ride my bike into a pole. About two minutes later a car almost hit me and when I swerved out of the path of the vehicle I rode my bike straight into a pole and hit my head. I remember sitting on the ground with a weird feeling. I believe we all have this ability whether we realize it or not. Great question.
Yes, I believe that people have some ability to sense danger. It's what makes us suddenly lock our car doors when sitting in a parked car, or walking quickly through a dark, unfamiliar area. I think it can make us instinctively take a new route home from work, or slow down before we actually see an obstruction when driving. It's usually hard to prove that our sense of danger was justified, but I do think it helps keep us safe.
I also think that we sometimes get a premonition or dream of danger to a close friend or family member. While our premonition might not always come true exactly, there are times when we just know that someone close to us is in trouble.
I can't say for sure that I've saved either myself or someone else from harm, but I do believe in paying attention to intuition.
I sometimes have intuitions. But I forget them as easily I see them. When things start occuring according to the intution, I get a sense of it and can easily tell whats coming next. But sometimes I get too late.
Though it didn't save me from road accident. The time I got hit, only then the things in near future started showing up. I guess it got a few seconds late. How much I dread that day.
Yes, I think we all have some level of intuition complimented by simply paying attention to life and your surroundings. I also believe that you should listen to that intuition and go with your feelings whether you understand them or not.
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