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A Premonition Or Just Anxiety?


In the past I have ha occasions when I just *knew* things. I knew my husband and I would be together the moment I met him. I knew the genders of our children from the start. There have been other little things here and there. I've just known. I've never considered this a psychic ability, I chalked it up to coincidence.

One of my best friends is getting married this weekend several hours away. I couldn't make it for the pre wedding festivities and long story short he arranged for me to fly on a small private plane with three other members of the wedding party. I have flown before without issue, but this week I have become increasingly agitated. I feel this urge to have my physical and spiritual affairs in order. Like a compulsion to nest right before you go into labor. I just have this gut feeling that this plane is going to crash. It's like a certainty inside of me. But I don't know if it's a genuine premonition or some kind of brand new anxiety over flying. I just feel like if I get on this plane I will never see my husband and children again.

Last night my husband dreamed the plane crashed but I feel like this might be because I have discussed my anxiety with him. I am genuinely terrified to go, but it seems a little absurd that I would know my death was imminent. And even if I didn't get on the plane and drove would I find myself in a car accident instead? Maybe I'm muddling the issue. I feel like I know something will happen on this plane and it will crash. But no one I have spoken of it to takes it seriously. They tell me to take something, that I'm just anxious.

I guess I'd like to know if anyone has experienced something similar.

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kittykat6 (4 stories) (45 posts)
12 years ago (2012-05-24)
If I were you I wouldn't go. We have premonitions for a reason. If you don't feel like this is a good idea, don't do it! The same thing happened to me once with a tornado. It was my birthday actually, and my family and I were going out to celebrate. I was really excited, and perfectly fine, until I walked outside. The weather looked perfectly normal, but for some reason, extreme fear just hit me like a slap in the face. I literally froze midsentence in the doorway and just stood there. My mom asked me what was wrong and I immediately started screaming about there being a tornado. She looked at me like I was crazy, so I just started begging and pleading for her not to make us go. She didn't listen, and we went anyway. We stayed at the place for a while, and then I started begging her to take us home. She finally did, and on the way back, tornado sirens started going off. We could literally see the tornado on the horizon. We made it home and got in the cellar, and I was seriously afraid I was going to die. That was the tornado that hit Joplin awhile back and killed all those people. The scary part was, we drove right through Joplin and the tornado literally passed over the highway we were on.

Don't go. Find another way to get there. I'm trying to look at this, and I specifically see one of the engines failing. If I were you, I'd stay behind.
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
12 years ago (2012-05-24)
Well at least come back on Monday and let us know you're okay!
parker88 (1 stories) (1 posts)
12 years ago (2012-05-24)
We had planned on driving originally, but found it financially impossible (it's a 12 hr drive). There were three others with similar financial or time constraints and that's why the flight was arranged. It's a small plane belonging to his fiance's step father and he's the one who will be the pilot.
And I think I believe that when it's over it's over, but then I wonder is that why I feel so apprehensive? Is that why my gut is so against it? It's not my time and this is the gut feeling that is supposed to be what keeps me alive. I guess I'm struggling because it's a big deal for him that I come to the wedding, otherwise I'd find a casual way to opt out.
Thanks for your perspective.
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
12 years ago (2012-05-24)
If the wedding is only 'several hours' away, can't you drive? If your premonition is flying specific, there are other modes of transportation. You can politely tell your friend you aren't comfortable flying and would prefer a car (or train or bus, whatever). And if you feel guilty that he's paid airfare, just reimburse him after the wedding.

One thing I've learned from the multiple years of near death experience research I've done, when it's our time, it's our time. Those people whose time it is NOT can't die despite amazing amounts of accidents (my husband is one of them and once by divine intervention) then there are others whose time is now, and die doing the most mundane thing. There are those that die, go to the other side and come back because they are told "it's not your time), even sometimes against incredible odds that they should live, like deadly diseases in advanced stages that completely turn around or are told of miracles that will occur if they go back, what to do to save themselves, etc. In other words, if it's your time then it doesn't matter what you do. You could pass on by staying home from the wedding and go in your sleep or when you walk out the door to your car and are hit by lightening. But this also doesn't mean we can't use some common sense. We can avoid what we dream about. I once dreamt I got pulled over by a police officer and got out of a ticket by a certain behavior and sure enough, the next day I got pulled over and got off because I remembered my dream and duplicated it (I never know which event creates what!).

You may be sensing something else too and the timing just happens to be around the wedding and it may not necessarily be you but a big event that affects a lot of people.

Either way, with your track record, I'd find another way to get to the wedding or not go at all. We have gut instincts for a reason.


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