All right, this all started on an overnight trip with my friends. We were all sharing one hotel room, and then my friend and I decided to spook the other two friends. We did so, and somehow it brought about a conversation about the supernatural and all that business. I have always been very skeptical about the whole business, as opposed to the others, who all seemed very well invested in the whole idea.
However, throughout the whole conversation, I had a growing feeling of nausea, which always happens when I'm stressed. I knew what had to be causing this, this whole conversation. Something about it made me more uncomfortable then it probably should have. I hadn't really been contributing to the conversation largely because I didn't want to be rude and insult my friends. However, the more they talked, the worse I felt. Why? Because this whole conversation was hitting way too close to home.
I have never had 'visions' or anything like that. I have, though, always had what I just assumed to be great intuition, a very reliable gut feeling. It's a great thing to have. Most recently, the best representation I have of this is college acceptances. Several of my schools that I applied to I knew would get back to me before the April 1st date that is typical (simply because it was their admission policy) and I somehow knew what schools I would get into, and knew that I wasn't going to get into the school that was my first choice. I just knew. I didn't know how and I didn't really question it. I had always been right about most of these things before.
And it wasn't just me. I knew the week my Great-Grandma died, I knew the fate of several of my friends admissions decisions to colleges (and have a few foreboding feelings about ones coming up) and I knew when my best friend's dad died.
Aside from this, I have always been able to read people pretty well, ever since I was little. The fact that I could read things and people so easily always scared me a little bit. I withdrew from people because it scared me so much for a little bit. For a while, I had just accepted it as part of said 'intuition', but now I'm wondering.