Premonitions and why you should listen to them.
We moved the from Meridian to Nampa, Idaho in 2001 and my father and aunt each built a house next to us so we could help take care of them. We would cook their breakfast and dinner each day as it gave us great joy to be able to help them. Several years later we went to the Oregon Coast for a vacation and were relaxing and reflecting on how peaceful things were. We had been there about a week and had paid for another four days at the campground when I had another Precognition premonition that it was time to go home. The feeling was very strong and this time I listened. It was about 10:00 AM when we packed up and started the 10 hour drive home. Other than stopping at a roadside rest we drove straight through. When we pulled into the driveway we notice that the lights were on in our house and I had a bad feeling. But upon entering the house I was relieved to see my dad playing with our dog Rascal. My dad loved to play with our dog and his laughing ball. We talked to well after midnight and my dad was usually in bed by 9:00 PM. I felt this was a little strange but enjoyed the conversation, we talked about many things that he enjoyed doing and he reminded me that he had appointed me as trustee of his estate and Health Care Advocate. The statements seemed to be made in passing as we discussed many things.
The next day as usual my dad went to the Elks to play cards with his friends; he arrived home about 4:00 PM and went for a walk around the block. My aunt and uncle from Nebraska showed up stating they just felt they should come to see my dad. After talking a while I decided that I should mow my dad’s yard as it was getting a little shaggy. I’d only made about 4 to 5 passes with the lawnmower when I looked up in seen my uncle standing in the patio door waving his arms. I turned off the lawnmower and went inside and see my dad slumped over in his chair. I immediately called 911 and started CPR. I kept doing CPR and until the paramedics arrived. They took over CPR and asked what measures should be taken to revive him. I then asked if they did revive him what were his chances of a normal life. The paramedic stated he felt they could bring him back but there was a 99% chance that he would be bed ridden in a nursing home for the reat of his life. I gave him my dad’s living will, but found that the hardest thing I had to do was to respect my dad’s wishes. My dad was declared dead before he arrived at the hospital. Had I not followed my Precognition, premonitions, intuition, and that gut feeling or what ever you call them, I would not have been able to spend the precious time the night before discussing all the things my dad like to do. The other thing was without the living will my dad may have had to spend many years in a nursing home. He always believed we should live our life to the fullest that pass with dignity. My dad always believed in Precognition and gut feelings and premonitions.
When I called my daughter and son to let them know that their grandfather had passed, my son said he had had a gut feeling or premonition the day we came home. He said he went to our house earlier in the day of the day we came home and that his grandpa got into some deep discussions with him about the past and the future.
Again I state we all have those gut feelings, Precognitions and intuition that will guide us if we just open our hearts.