Can people FEEL the future?
I say FEEL because I have had experiences where I felt an emotion (happy or sad or angry) that came out of nowhere only to be followed by an event that then supports that feeling. I couldn't SEE the future, but in hind sight, think I felt it. What do you think about this notion of a "gut feeling"?
Sure, why not. This is what the Saints do. Life is one big flow of consciousness and if you are one with it, or even less, if you can tune into it, you sure can.
Someone recently asked a question about people knowing when they are going to die. Similar question. My mom was very precise.
Still, I sat at the feet of a man of God for 31 years and my understanding, and this is a unique teaching, is that the Supreme can and does change the plan from time to time. But yes, in general people can and do feel the future. Life is one big mystical experience, which on an even higher level, is no more mystical but as natural and normal as drinking tea. This is my humble understanding.
"Life is one big mystical experience, which on an even higher level, is no more mystical but as natural and normal as drinking tea." I like this, a lot.
For the realised Soul, all is natural and orderly. He/She has no quarrel with any aspect of God's plan. For me, things may be a bit incomprehensible, but only because I have not yet arrived at the state of the illumined Soul.
One can imagine a future event, such as winning a contest, and then have the corresponding feelings associated with the imagined event; however, one cannot feel the future. A person who believes that they can feel the future, is the same kind of person who believes that Algebra explains the universe. I would go so far to say, that such a person would not even be clever enough to fix his/her own shoe if it was in need of repair!
The Deja Vu. It has occured more than once with me. Infact, its frequency has increased in past few months. I feel I've seen some scenario and then I get either Sad or Glad; not consistent however. Then I wait for a moment immediately after that and think about the event thing over again, everytime it astonishes me.
Don't know about others, but can't figure out for myself, as well; what exactly it is? and what does it imply?? and how???
It's a subject that has been studied and pondered over extensively in the past. There was even a long, drawn-out U.S. government-funded research study over "Remote Viewing" that went on for several years. You could always start with a Wikipedia article about Remote Viewing, here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_viewing
At any rate, a high degree of ESP would be necessary for this to ever happen. Mistaking a few emotional coincidences for supernatural clairvoyance wouldn't fly in the scientific community. Then again, you may be like some of those Tibetan Monks, for all I know. LOL!
by Laura Schneider9 months ago
Why do so many people feel "entitled" and "deserving" these days?This seems especially apparent in younger people and children.
by Julie Fletcher5 years ago
Why do people feel it is okay to sermonize in answers?I know this is going to cause a big hoo-haa, but WHY do people feel it is okay to sermonize in other people's questions? I get the whole fishermen of men thing and...
by cherriquinn5 years ago
Why do people feel that they have a God given right to judge others?In my experience reading alot of the answers around christianity, I have found that the very people who profess to be christians are casting the first...
by schoolgirlforreal5 years ago
This is sort of a touchy subject for me.I have been in relationships non stop for about 15 yrs until 2 yrs ago.I have spent time with myself but I still find it challenging to be completely alone.I don't know why. It's...
by danielthorne4 years ago
Have you ever had a religious, spiritual, or mystical experience?
by LiFe BaBy4 years ago
What make people feel like they're more than others??
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.