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Feeling Unplugged And A Premonition


I have had all kinds of things happen to me but this is the first time, as far as I can remember, feeling such a strong feeling of non-well being knowing that something was happening to someone close to me.

At work this afternoon after lunch, around 1:30 p.m., I felt very ill suddenly. I told one of my co-workers who is aware that I have dreams and premonitions that I "felt unplugged". She said, "Unplugged, huh? You never use that word." She continued by saying that I didn't really look too good. I started feeling a little better after awhile.

Later in the afternoon, I received a phone call from my mother informing me that a cousin of mine that I grew up around had died about 1:30 pm from cancer. I wasn't aware that she even had cancer as she was always a very private person. I immediately told my co-worker about it. She said she was sorry to hear it and asked me, "Wasn't that the time you said you said you felt unplugged?" I said yes and I knew something had happened but didn't know what and like many times before I was just waiting to find out what it was. She said I never use the term unplugged before and it was strange that my cousin had died and that I had expressed it like that. I think I freak her (my co-worker) out a little when I tell her something like that because I don't think she really believes.

Me but I have done it several times.

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Crossfire (10 posts)
13 years ago (2009-02-22)
You had a hint of empathy showing there do you realize that. Its really cool if you learn to develop it right. And you can read and then control their emotions.

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