I had always felt there was something a little different about me. Then I thought Oh Emm get over yourself you no different to the next. Then things started happening over the years, for me to start trusting those feelings. I would randomly guess the next song on the radio. Always knew who was calling or texting me. I would sometimes get an overwhelming feeling that I would see someone that day I haven't seen for years, sometimes those I don't want to see, and would bump into them that day. My boyfriend would come home from watching footie and ask me what the footie scores were and I would tell him the exact scores, even though I hadn't watched the match. Certain situations had vision of what was going to happen next and what was going to be said. For example I had a vision of my old pain in the neck boss falling down the stairs on his bum, two seconds later, he fell down the stairs. I was shocked, and also in fits of giggles, bad I know! I Sense peoples pasts when meeting them and sometimes sense what people are thinking.
The one thing that sticks out the most was when I moved into my first flat. First night I knew instantly that there was something else there. Time past and I started seeing shadows, just thought it was my mind playing tricks. Then my boyfriend mentioned seeing the same, I nearly cried with terror. The presence I felt was that of a man. The vortex of energy being around the bathroom. For some reason I knew never to close the bathroom door. One night I had felt a strong cold breeze brush past my face, that cold it chilled the water in my eyes. Later on that night I was up late, alone. For some reason I had closed the bathroom door. I was in the kitchen getting a drink when these almighty thuds was coming from the bathroom. It was like someone was trying to breakdown the door and shaking it trying to get it open. I froze in shear terror. I went out to see if there was a burglar, but the banging then stopped, and there was no one there. I never shut the bathroom door after that. I always get chill's telling that story.
I have always been very sensitive, but never trusted my instincts and always regretted it afterwards. The past couple of years I have believed in myself enough to trust my own instincts about situations and people 9 out of 10 being right. Just takes practice I guess and being able to tell the difference between instinct and paranoia:) haha I would like someone else's take on this so if you have any advice please feel free to comment.