I have always been having this kind of weird voice inside my head that sometimes suggests several possibilities like something not very good/pleasant might happen.
I also used to experience some "De Javu" many a time in the past, which made me think I was kinda insane because I could not explain why I was able to feel like something so familiar so strongly.
Those scenarios haven't occurred to me any more. Instead, I now from time to time hear myself giving me senses of what I might have to face.
One might might be me ignoring the sign that I should have brought a raincoat with me to work cuz the weather seemed to be all fine, and I ended up being caught in the heavy rain on my way home.
The other might be when I tried to persuade myself that the person I dated was just having some flaws because as a human being who doesn't ,although those flaws did raise some red flags.
However, the thing that I regretted the most was the time when I silenced my hunches regarding a potential accident.
First of all, the news on an acquaintance's accident, which broke her leg, sent shivers up and down my spine. And for no reason at all the image of me having one broken leg flashed through my mind like a lightning.
Then, came the destined day when I have some unexplainable feelings that I must do one thing before riding my bike out to the street. I convinced myself that I could leave that thing for later when I came back; although I felt like my body didn't rest and my stomach felt very uncomfortable.
As soon as my bike hit the road, all of a sudden and out of nowhere, a terribly irresponsible motorbike guy just fiercely collided me and the crash sent me several feet off the ground. I was lucky nothing else but my left leg got broken. But at that very time I was soooooo regretful I didn't listen to my inklings. I should have done that thing I feel obligatory to. I should have seen this coming. I should have been a little bit more careful and I would never have to spend a year after that hating myself and hating the anonymous culprit of the hit and run. Thank God, I healed after all and now cherish my life more than ever.
From that on, I have been quite an attentive listener when my intuition has something to say.