Premonitions The first time I had a premonition was about a month before the Sept 11 terrorist attacks in NYC.
I was working at a company on 59th Street reviewing medical records while I suddenly felt a great sense of terror. It was something I had never experienced before. I knew what an anxiety attack felt like because I did have a few right after my divorce but this attack was incredibly strong.
What I saw in my mind’s eye was the front of the airplane come through the giant window in front of me. I heard the sound of the engine and heard people screaming.
I felt the wind blowing and it all felt like it was happening at the same time The sensation of fear that day was so overwhelming that I had a panic attack. I could feel myself trembling and pure fear ran through my mind. I wondered why I was experiencing this. What purpose did fear of this magnitude have to do invading my mind?
I did my best to calm down and talked myself out of it. But not until Sept. 11 while I watched the second tower collapse did I realize that what I had envisioned was a premonition.The shock that ran through me took my breath away and I couldn’t believe that I saw that vision one month before it happened. Yet, I thought I was being ridiculous and I wasn’t!
It was an image of what was to come ! That premonition shocked me but there was another premonition to come in my life. In Feb. 2013, I heard a voice within my mind talk to me and I wondered why I was hearing voices. Yet the voice told me, “Don’t be afraid, but I want you to know that you’ll get breast cancer but you will survive.” I respected that voice because it seemed to protect me and warn me so I wasn’t afraid. About a week later, while I was having coffee in the kitchen as everyone else in my family slept, I felt the first piercing pain in my breast and I knew the moment had arrived.
I knew it was the cancer in my breast that was growing. I remembered the voice and reminded myself not to worry or panic since the voice told me I would survive. Indeed I did! I literally had a bilateral mastectomy, eight chemotherapy treatments, twenty-five radiation treatments and reconstructive surgery. It’s been four years and today, I am cancer-free.
If you ever get a feeling that something is going to happen, do not fear, it’s our soul guiding us and preparing us for our battles. Don’t fear when you hear voices within, the angels and guides speak to our hearts.