You are here: Real Psychic Experiences :: Precognition / Premonition :: Possible Precogitive Empath?

Real Psychic Experiences

Possible Precogitive Empath?


My friends and family know me to be dreamy and quiet at times. As a young child I did not speak and avoided speaking at all costs. Since childhood I have always become carried away by my thoughts. In night and day time I dreamt. At four years old I sensed and then persistently dreamt that my parents would part ways, despite there being no signs. I knew exactly what would happen and I knew the exact circumstances (poverty, no Christmas presents).

I have sensed lots of little things less important than the above throughout childhood, and never thought anything of it.

Throughout early teenage years I had injuries to the head and seizure-like fits.

But then at the beginning of the year I could smell death, as I was in an A+E waiting area with my elderly mother, and one of her clients (she is a psychotherapist). He was an alcoholic with problems in his stomach that night. Everyone knew him by his beautiful crystal patterned eyes, and not only was he a client of my mothers, but a friend of mine. I assumed that my mother (who was suffering from a severe gallstone and liver problems) would die. All three of us huddled together in understaffed and busy A+E area. I cannot quite describe the feeling fully, but at that point I felt a strong energy. When the Drs sent me home I sensed death. My mother did not die but her client, my friend, six weeks later.

On the night of his death I lay awake at night crying (for reason I did not realize until next morning when the news was broke).

Medium experiences with similar titles

Comments about this clairvoyant experience

No comments yet, be the first! Please read our guidelines before posting. The author, TheWeeMimi, has the following expectation about your feedback: I will participate in the discussion and I need help with what I have experienced.

To publish a comment or vote, you need to be logged in (use the login form at the top of the page). If you don't have an account, sign up, it's free!

Search this site: