While the generally accepted definition of premonitions involves dark warnings or visions of terrible events to come, the truth is most premonitions are about the ordinary moments in daily life. They can occur in a variety of ways, from sudden and intense apprehension to the subtle whisper of intuition.
Premonitions in Daily Life is the only book that investigates the deeper meanings behind premonitions. Most similar titles begin and end with the question of whether or not they exist, and never explore the important concerns: What do premonitions say about me? How do I respond? How do I make sense of premonitions when my culture doesn’t believe in them?
This in-depth, three-part guide shows how to identify premonitions in your life, demystifies the assumptions and fears about them, and thoroughly demonstrates how to respond with common sense and without challenging your beliefs.