[quote="angelahoy"]My opinion is that we're given enough information to prepare ourselves emotionally (if subconsciously) for a coming traumatic event...but there is nothing we can do to change these events, so we're not given enough information to change future events, because we're not supposed to. :([/quote]
I would say, _if_ there is nothing we can do to change it, myself. Because I have
had a precog warning, and made a change. Back when I was driving the craft circuit, I had a delivery to make. It required a drive of several hours and I was very tired. I lay down to rest, and was suddenly seeing an accident in my mind's eye - night, red ambulance lightflashing, paramedics walking away very downhearted looking. And the one they were walking away from was me.
Then it felt like things rewound, and I was seeing earlier events. I saw the road i'd be driving, a specific place, and time, and weather conditions. A truck raced up beside me
and suddenly turned, coming right at me, crashing!
I felt quite shaken by these visions. Still, I had to go - I'd made an appointment, and needed the sale income to pay living expenses. So I changed what variables I could.
First, I was extra cautious and kept myself alert - no cruising along absentmindedly.
Next, as i drew closer to the location I'd envisioned, I got out of the lane I'd been in,
and dropped into the slowest of the 4. It creeped me out as the weather changed
to spitting rain, just as I'd seen, at the time of day I'd seen. And suddenly, barreling
down the fast lane, was the truck I'd seen! I held my breath, slowed even further
*and it went on by me*! I had to get off at the next exit and sit and shake in a
parking lotfor a while. But I was OK! No accident happened, because I changed
things. So this is how I know that, sometimes, change is possible.
Regards, Murrday aka Peg