Glad I found this site. For the sake of time, I'm bypassing my backstory. That's another story for another day.
Here's where I am now:
I experience premonition "guidance" through deja vu and anxiety.
The deja vu events are not significant. Very mundane occurrences. It acts more as an early warning signal that something big is about to occur. The anxiety consists of nagging feelings that guide me in specific directions. The two of them steer me the right way as long as I'm paying attention. Even the "bad" things that happen to me are not bad. They're simply the events that need to occur to put me where I need to be. Instead of fighting to get ahead, I just kind of surf a wave of karma, show up where I need to be, and good things happen.
Lately I've been experiencing so much deja vu it's like I'm living two simultaneous lives. Makes sense because I'm working on two huge business deals. Game-changers. The anxiety tells me to get ready for hard negotiations and to focus on marketing (which doesn't make much sense because marketing is 100% their job, but at this point I've learned not to argue).
The deja vu is always something I've dreamed. When it happens, I recall the dream and I know what's going to happen next, what people are going to say, etc. I could go against it by not saying or doing what I'm "supposed" to, but I play along because it's a useful skill and I want to cultivate it, not break it down.
The problem: I recently had a deja vu that I had to go against because it would have been stupid to go with it. I was vacuuming and saw that there were stickers on the carpet that my son had been playing with.
Deja vu: I run the vacuum over the stickers. The stickers get caught up in the brush. I have to stop the vacuum and work on peeling out stickers and hair.
Reality: I lean over and pick up the stickers. I wasn't even sure if stickers would gunk up the brush, but why even go through the trouble of finding out?
Not a big deal, but I'd never been in that position before and I've had no deja vu since. That doesn't mean it's gone for good, but I think it's worth noting that it's gone for now.
My theories are:
1) It's prepping me for negotiation by reminding me to also rely on my good sense.
2) The deja vu has served its purpose in my life and it's shorting out.
3) I broke something.
4) It's evolving again (though this theory requires more backstory)
5) It's not that big a deal and I'm reading too much into it.
Interested to hear what your theories may be. I can provide more details in the comments if needed. Thanks!