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  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:
    jabeen wrote:

    Listening to gut feeling does benefit us in long run, though it might not be a easy decision. A few years back, after I had resigned from my previous job and  was searching for a new one,  I was staying with my younger sister in Delhi. I got some job offers which were good paying ones but not  of my liking. During those days, many adviced me to accept those offers saying that at least I ll be financially independent and not be dependent on my sister. I chose not to listen to them but to my intuition. And finally within a few months, I got the job that I wanted. Till this day, I feel that I got the break as I had listened to my gut feeling. But it was a very tiring time.

    True Jabeen! When we choose to listen to our own gut feeling and not to others, it becomes quite tiring. Same thing happened with me after my son was born. I was on ML and was in a great dilemma of whether to go back to work or choose to stay home. Everyone around me told me not to give up the career as it was paying well but I didn't want to as my job was not the thing that I wanted but I had stuck on to all these years! Now I do not regret at all for listening to my own instincts as I am now doing translations, writing etc. which is something that I really like.

    Noting is important than child. For home maker it is easy to quite job and do what they wants. 


  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

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    anil wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    I completed C.P.T (Entrance test), IPCC Group 1 and Articleship(3 Years) but IPCC Group 2 and CA Final (Group 1 & Group 2)  are pending.

    You are young so you must be focus of CA course. CA study wants enough time and labor so never think to divert at any other field.

    Actually I left C.A a couple of years back in 2016.

    Now I am thinking of continuing it again as it has good prospects and now I am getting time to study.


  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

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  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    anil wrote:
    epraneeth77 wrote:

    I completed C.P.T (Entrance test), IPCC Group 1 and Articleship(3 Years) but IPCC Group 2 and CA Final (Group 1 & Group 2)  are pending.

    You are young so you must be focus of CA course. CA study wants enough time and labor so never think to divert at any other field.

    True, I did not put as much efforts as it required after I cleared my IPCC Group 1. Hence I could not clear Group 2. I lost my focus and hence the results were below the required.


  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    I had one incident during the course of Spoken English undertaken in Ramakrishna Math.

    Once the teacher asked each of us to come one by one and to pick up a paper among a bunch of papers on the table.

    After that each student had to prepare a presentation on that topic after some days.

    There were 5 to 7 topics I guess as I don't remember correctly as it was long time back.

    One of the topic was on Grammar. I was not good in Grammar, so when my turn came, I was under the fear that I would get the Grammar topic, I constantly thought not to get that topic during my walk to the table. When I picked the paper, I saw the topic was about Grammar!

    Does this mean that whatever we fear can come true?


  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    Some people are extra sensitive and are able to visualize and forewarn others. I had an example of this once when I was waiting in the airport after my flight got delayed. There was a very distinguished looking elderly lady sitting opposite me , who kept on staring and would look away when I looked at her. Later we got talking and she said certain personal things that no one would have known, also advised me as to how to tackle it . And it actually came true . She was a retired professor of psycho analytical studies  from a prominent American university and she said that it takes a very keen sense and interest in human nature to develop and become a psychic, being able to understand negative circumstances and traits . Unfortunately I have lost touch with her now ...


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


    Thank you said by: jabeen, epraneeth77

  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    I have some unbelievable experiences including deaths and meetings with people. Most of them came true within hours or even minutes. Sometimes I feel like I am blessed with power of telepathy.  


    Thank you said by: usha manohar, epraneeth77

  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    suni51 wrote:

    I have some unbelievable experiences including deaths and meetings with people. Most of them came true within hours or even minutes. Sometimes I feel like I am blessed with power of telepathy.  

    That's amazing sunil, please do share some of the experiences here ...


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


    Thank you said by: suni51, epraneeth77

  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    My wife and I were going to see my ailing mother in law admitted in a nursing home and she was to be shifted to Delhi for further treatment. As my wife's house is on the way to nursing home we decided to stop there for a moment. As we were almost there, say about 200 meters away, I suddenly felt something happened and I stopped my car in the side. Everything was fine so I started and reached my wife's house maybe after 2 minutes, but I told my wife that something was not right. My sister in law was standing at the gate and said she will also join us to the nursing home. Suddenly her mobile rang and we were told that my mother in law passed away suddenly 3-4 minutes before. It was the exact same time I had stopped my car.

     

    There are many more which are even stranger than this one. Like once I saw in a dream sitting myself mourning death of certain Rakesh Gupta's mother. He is  one of our neighbors in a strange place because I know their house very well.  I also saw that the dead body was lying in sun and I told someone to protect it from sun. I forgot it because nothing wrong had happened in their house. After about one hour I heard that my brother in law's mother in law died from a heart attack about the same time when I saw that dream and talked about it to my wife after I woke up in the morning. Incidentally my brother in law's brother in law's name is Rakesh Gupta and I had never visited their house previously. I went to their house and the strangest part of the story is that I helped putting few bed sheets on the iron grill to protect her from sunlight while her dead body was  being prepared for her last rituals.

    There are number of incidents when I felt I saw some one on the road but that was my imagination but to my utter surprise I met them within a short time and some of them I had not met for a long time.


    Thank you said by: epraneeth77, usha manohar

  • Re: Intuition a forewarning....?

    by » 2 weeks ago


    usha manohar wrote:

    Some people are extra sensitive and are able to visualize and forewarn others. I had an example of this once when I was waiting in the airport after my flight got delayed. There was a very distinguished looking elderly lady sitting opposite me , who kept on staring and would look away when I looked at her. Later we got talking and she said certain personal things that no one would have known, also advised me as to how to tackle it . And it actually came true . She was a retired professor of psycho analytical studies  from a prominent American university and she said that it takes a very keen sense and interest in human nature to develop and become a psychic, being able to understand negative circumstances and traits . Unfortunately I have lost touch with her now ...

    I get goosebumps even imagining a stranger telling you personal things which others doesn't knew about. But its true some people has the psychic ability to do that. 

    @ Sunil

    Reading through your expectations I believe you are really extra sensitive about such things. Your post reminded me of a friend who is also blessed with such ability. The only difference is she is sensitive to any unnatural death. Whenever she visits any place where some unnatural death had taken place, she gets goosebumps and uncomfortable. Sometimes she gets sick for many days long. Its unexplainable why it happens. Later we come to know that someone was murdered or committed suicide in that place.


    Thank you said by: epraneeth77, suni51

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