Tag: premonitions

Learning to Have Premonitions

Most people probably think that premonitions are something that just happens to you, out of the blue, an intuitive insight that hits you over the head with such urgency that you can’t avoid receiving it. But that’s not entirely true. What if you could have premonitions whenever you wanted them? A premonition is foreknowledge of an event through means other than logic and probability. Mostly you’ll hear about how people had a premonition that a big event or catastrophe was going to happen. A flood, earthquake, terrorist attack, etc. People will dream about it, or they’ll just have a feeling.

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Can we stop a premonition from happening

Episode #19 of the Ask Erin Pavlina YouTube Series is now live: Submit your own question Subscribe to Erin’s YouTube channel so you don’t miss a single episode. This week’s question comes from Sue: “Can we stop a premonition from happening?” Transcript of the Video: Hello and welcome to another episode of “Ask Erin Pavlina.” Today’s question comes from Sue. She writes, “Why do we receive premonitions about coming events? Are we supposed to alter them or prepare for them? Or is it simply like random radio signals that may or may not be intended specifically for us?” This is

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