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Why Don't I Always Listen?


I'm not really sure why, but whenever I get a feeling that I should do something, I have a tendency to ignore it. This is incredibly stupid of me, as you will see later on in my story.

This all started in seventh grade. I have severe peanut allergies that are so bad that I could actually die during an allergy attack because I can't breath, so I have to carry medication at all times and I am legally disabled. I was kind of wondering if I know things rea going to happen so that I can stay safe despite my disadvantages, but I'm getting off the point.

We were playing basketball and I started coughing really hard and my hands itched very badly, which is the sign that I touched a door handle or something with trace amounts of peanuts on it. I asked to go to the bathroom and I washed my hands and face because sometimes that helps. It didn't this time, though. I knew I needed to go to the office and ask permission to take medication, but I didn't want to because the office staff don't believe that I could need medication this often and always go through the whole procedure of calling my mom and making her confirm that I really do need it, by which time I have usually coughed until I can't speak. They once made me wait for a half-hour because mom was in a meeting and I missed two days of school after that because I literally couldn't talk my throat hurt so badly. So anyway, I was in the girl's bathroom and couldn't go back to gym class and didn't want to go to the office, and as I was trying to decide what to do I remembered the dream that I had last night. I dreamed that I was standing in the girls bathroom, the exact one that I was in now, and there were knives sticking out of all the walls in a circle around me and I didn't know where to go. It seemed like a metaphor for what was happening now, which really freaked me out.

Well, in the end I decided to hell with the office and took one of my pills there in the bathroom without their approval.

About a month later school was about to get out. On Sunday night (before the last week of school) I dreamed that I was in the school running from class to class along my schedule and I was getting pursued by these really nasty monsters that no one else could see. My teachers kept shoving me back into the rooms and it was really freaky. So when I woke up on Monday I just sort of shook it off and get ready for school.

About second period I started remembering my dream. My reading teacher was having a pizza party for the top readers, that included me, and she had baked some cupcakes and a cake and a plate of cookies. The smell was really good, but I only got to enjoy it for about five minutes because then my mouth and nose went totally numb. Oh, great, there were probably peanuts in the food, and it didn't help that my desk was right next to them. So I went up to the teacher and asked if I could leave. Nope. Halfway through the class she sent me to the office anyway because she was sure that I was coughing like I was on purpose. After that class the next teacher had brought the class peanut M&M's and she wouldn't let me leave the room. I did anyway and she gave me a detention. And then for study hall the teacher let us play outside, it being the last week and all, and some of the kids found a snickers wrapper in the trash and decided to use it to play a mean trick of me. The whole day just went like that and my parents were so mad that they let me skip the rest of the final week.

The last thing that happened to me wasn't a dream, but I still didn't listen until it was too late. I was walking out the back door on my way to school when I suddenly stopped short. All I knew was that I really DID NOT want to ride my bike that day. But I shook it off and rode to school uneventfully. However, that afternoon on the way home a car hit me. I was thrown about four feet away from my bike and was unconscious in the middle of the road. The doctor said I was in shock. I would have broken my back except that my backpack was full of books and my coat and I would have had brain damage but I had been wearing my helmet and I would have broken my nose if I hadn't been wearing glasses. My bike got run over and the car stopped barely a foot away from me, so if I hadn't been thrown off I could have been really injured. I can't remember a thing about it and there were no witnesses so I guess I'll never know what really happened, except that I definitely should have listened.

There was one last time where I didn't pay attention. The oral interpretation team at my school was going to a competition in a nearby town and I was going with them. The night before I had the most horrible nightmare, but guess what? I went anyway. Really smart, right? And even through the principle had assured my oral interp coach that they had a nut-free policy, they were giving away peanut-butter cookies to all the performers. My team was really mad because we had to do our presentations out on the front lawn so that no one accidentally made me sick. Ever since then whenever I feel like I need to do something, I do it!

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Echo (9 posts)
15 years ago (2009-06-26)
/wow Aurora! It's a good thing you're finally listening to your instincts! My mom has the same sort of claircognizance you do - not the dreams, but the feelings. For instance, there was this one time she had a feeling that she shouldn't take the route home from work she normally did, and so went a different way. Afterwards she found out there'd been a HUGE crash the way she normally goes. She could have gotten hurt if she'd gone. So you really need to listen to your intuition!

Also I'm glad that you have a dog to help you now. That's just stupid, your teachers not letting you out when you were obviously needing to be away from the peanuts. I'm so sorry for you! Yeah but anyway, you've got a great talent and you need to take heed when it warns you against something. Trust me.
AuroraRosa (4 stories) (16 posts)
15 years ago (2009-06-11)
thanks ostara.
Just so you know things recently got better for me. Have you ever heard of a peanut-sniffing dog? It's a new type of service dog. They just started training them two years ago. The first one ever was a water spaniel named Rock'O. My parents saw him on TV and decided on the spot they were getting one for me.
He's a white poodle named Chuck Norris, but I just call him Chuck. All his commands are centered around his name, so I'm stuck with it. The cool part is he's a rescued dog. His first owner wasn't prepared for a dog and took him back to the shelter and his second owner abused him until a relative once agian took him back. But the shelter had a rule about dogs being brought back twice and they were going to put him down, but then the dog trainer happened to see him and he was saved at the last minute. Now he had a great new life with me and I have a great new life with him. The principle wasn't happy, but since Chuck is a service dog he agreed to let me bring him to school next year!
So, anyway, good advice, and I wish we had peanut free stuff here. Thanks for commenting.
ostara8 (124 posts)
15 years ago (2009-06-11)
you absolutely must talk to your parents about the school and peanuts. I'm in australia, and no school that I know of allows peanuts full stop any more, because of the high percentage of kids having allergies to them. Something needs to be done about this. If not, change schools. This is your life, and a real medical condition. Please talk to your parents and tell them everything that goes on. I hope something can be done. This is a terrible circumstance, and I am sorry you have to go through it. It is not your fault, and it is very unfair they treat you that way. Second, the dreams about school. This is your subconcious mind, so NO WONDER you are having dreams like this! You have anxiety about school, about the teacers not believing you... Like they are all against you... Well, that is how you would feel deep in your subconcious. Normal dreams to have in such a situation. Also, it seems you have a good amount of intuition to go with that. Some of your dreams may indicate things that are yet to happen, yes, as a warning at times. And the KNOWING things, like the bike incident... It is very normal for us to get a feeling about something and to ignore it. We don't just listen right away... We need to learn when it is true warnings/guidance, or just our worried minds. We all go through the doubt, so not to worry. It looks as if you recognise the difference by now, so that is great, you have progressed. Just be sure to always listen to your gut. The more you listen, the stronger and more frequent it becomes. Good luck... Pray for help, and it will be given, in some form or another:)
MadameContrite (1 posts)
15 years ago (2009-06-09)
It's obvious your 3rd eye is working. But, since you apparently seem to NEVER listen to it. Then this gift should disappear. Most people that are fortunte to have these gifts whether it be medium, shaman etc. They realize that after awhile it's NOT coincedental and follow their instincts.

More and more people are actually allowing themselves to believe in possibly acknowledging their and others intuitions. A recognized gift that people back in the day would also disclaim.
But, however are thankfully nowadays realizing exists.
dreamergurl (guest)
15 years ago (2009-06-09)
Wow that's so cool that you get those feelings! I'm glad that now you are listening to yourself, because who knows what could happen. Anyways, different people have different explanations regarding what you can do. I personally say it is a form of precognition, or "remote viewing". It is a precious gift, and I hope you treasure it!
You seem like a cool girl, I'm thirteen if you ever want to get in touch, my email is: annie.haftl [at]
Good Luck!

Ciao for Now--
Annie ❤

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