Premonition Quotes

Quotes tagged as "premonition" (showing 1-30 of 34)
Amy A. Bartol
“I want those thousand years with you, Evie, you have no idea how much I want them. I want a thousand years, and then I want a hundred thousand more.”
Amy A. Bartol, Inescapable

Anthon St. Maarten
“Intuition goes before you, showing you the way. Emotion follows behind, to let you know when you go astray. Listen to your inner voice. It is the calling of your spiritual GPS system seeking to keep you on track towards your true destiny.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

Larry Dossey
“Become a good noticer. Pay attention to the feelings, hunches, and intuitions that flood your life each day. If you do, you will see that premonitions are not rare, but a natural part of our lives.”
Larry Dossey, The Power of Premonitions: How Knowing the Future Can Shape Our Lives

Erin Bow
“Often she dreamt she had two wings, and one was frightened, and one was happy.”
Erin Bow, Plain Kate

Anthony Liccione
“Feelings could override facts, as facts could alter feelings. Choose the truth first, rather than following after feelings.”
Anthony Liccione

Hanya Yanagihara
“My phone rang, and although it wasn't a sinister time of night, and although nothing had happened that I would later see as foreshadowing, I knew, I knew.”
Hanya Yanagihara, A Little Life

Samantha Robertson
“How often do you ignore a dream, dismiss it as fantasy and then see echoes of the dream around you the following day? What if a dream were the forewarning of what will become your reality; if you are being told within the world of a dream what may occur in the near or distant future, but your mind mangles the truth and information so much that you discard it as fiction?”
Samantha Robertson, Floor 88

Chuck Palahniuk
“In all seriousness, Archer claims that if you, as a living, alive person, hear the song "You're the One That I Want" from the musical Grease three times in a single day - seemingly by accident, whether in an elevator, on a radio, a telephone hold button, or whatever - it indicates that you'll surely die before sunset.”
Chuck Palahniuk, Damned

Rin Chupeco
“The air changes. Then that invisible spider crawls up my spine, tickling the hairs behind my neck.

I have come to know this spider these last couple of years. It whispers there’s something else in the room, breathing with you, watching you, grinning at you.

I hate that damn spider.”
Rin Chupeco, The Suffering

V.C. Andrews
“Then the wind came in with Bart and blew the vase of roses from the table. I stood and stared down at the crystal pieces and the petals scattered about. Why was the wind always trying to tell me something? Something I didn't want to hear!”
V.C. Andrews, Petals on the Wind

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Intelligence is a necessity, but when one is without a supernatural sense, intelligence becomes senseless.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Ivan Erenda
“Perhaps the most important thing we can ever do in our life is to find a way to our intuition.”
Ivan Erenda

“I stared at the stop sign and even though I was only five I thought, I will remember that stop sign for the rest of my life. The dents and the bumps, the colors and the shape, the three-fingered, black scuff and long silver scrape - even the dirty gray sky behind it. Days will go by and I will grow old but from time to time the image of this stop sign will come to my mind and I will think about it and remember what I was thinking at this exact time. I even remember thinking that I was awfully young to have such a profound thought and premonition but there it was.”
April Adams, Drawing the Dragon

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Anytime you meditate, some electric jerks occur in your thigh...the symbol of premonition of an unpleasant event that has happened or will take place in future.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Maggie Stiefvater
“A realization that even if you had discovered the future, it really didn't change how you lived in the present. They were truth, but they weren't all the truth.”
Maggie Stiefvater, The Raven Boys

Nick Hirst
“Would that we could choose the last image we see before death closes our eyes forever to this world.”
Nick Hirst, The Shape of Rain: A conspiracy connecting the Iraq War and the moon landings

J.B. Priestley
“What appears to be definite and precise does not belong to any acceptable reality. It is only the experiences, the queer previsions, the fleeting premonitions, that are real. Vague and insubstantial though they may appear to be, compared with anything else in the mists and shifting lights of Time theory, they loom up like mountains of iron ore.”
J.B. Priestley, Man and Time

A.B. Shepherd
“Our town was christened Buyan, after the legend of a Slavic island that appeared, and disappeared, at will. That would later seem an eerie, and disconcerting, premonition.”
A.B. Shepherd, Lifeboat

Aleksej Metelko
“Learn to hear your inner voice, be led by your heart and never stop giving back – this way you shall always walk the right path and shall never be walking alone.”
Aleksej Metelko, Intuition Quotes and Reflections: World`s Largest Treasury of Intuition Sayings

Simone de Beauvoir
“Suddenly I was struck motionless: I was living through the first chapter of a novel in which I was the heroine; she was still almost a child, but we, too, were growing up.”
Simone de Beauvoir, Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter

John Darnielle
“I had this rising premonition about him turning to look over at me, catching me in the act of sort of staring at him for no reason. It was a premonition with texture and heft, something I could almost taste; in my mind I saw his head begin to turn, casually, gradually but decisively, until his eyes found mine and held them. I stood ready for this to happen, wondering what I'd do, but he stayed put.”
John Darnielle, Wolf in White Van

Laurie Frankel
“. . . there was nothing yet to fear, and so he passed it off as joy, as heart-pounding, pulse-quaking joy. Not as a premonition. Not as the moment to grab her hand and turn and run.”
Laurie Frankel, Goodbye for Now

Elizabeth Carlton
“I have not the foresight to predict everything, Rogue.”
Elizabeth Carlton, Chivalry's Code

Enock Maregesi
“Kujua nini kitatokea kesho, au kesho kutwa, au kujua jinsi usaili wako wa kazi utakavyokuwa, au ni maswali gani utakayoulizwa kwenye mtihani kwa mfano, kutarahisisha sana maisha yetu. 'Madirisha' madogo katika kipindi cha saa za usoni hufunguka mara kwa mara katika maisha yetu, kimiujiza na bila kutegemea. Hudokeza kidogo jinsi tukio fulani, au hali fulani, au kitu fulani kitakavyotokea katika kipindi cha wakati ujao bila sisi wenyewe kujua. Hali hii hujulikana kama jakamoyo. Jakamoyo ni sanaa ya kubashiri vitu visivyojulikana. Kazi yake ni kutuhadharisha na kutusaidia! Kujua mapema hatari iliyoko mbele yako inamaanisha kuwa na uwezo wa kujilinda kutokana na hatari hiyo, na kuwa na uwezo wa kuepuka mitego. Jakamoyo huweza kumtokea mtu katika hali ya 'maono', au 'mwako wa mwanga' (yaani kufumba na kufumbua). Mara nyingi huonekana kama ndoto. Hutokea wakati mtu amelala usingizi. Ikitokea wakati mtu yuko macho, wakati mwingine huendana na misisimko ya mwili kabla ya mwako, ikiwa na maana ya kumfanya mtu awe makini na kitu chochote kinachotarajia kutokea. Ndiyo maana baadhi ya watu utakuta wakisema wanaumwa tumbo, kifua au kichwa cha ghafla katika kipindi ambacho taswira ya tukio fulani inakuwa ikitokea akilini mwao, ikiwaambia waende mahali fulani bila kukosa kwa mfano, na kadhalika. Hakuna mtu anaweza kufanya jakamoyo imtokee. Hutokea yenyewe muda wowote kuleta ujumbe, kuhusiana na matukio ya wakati ujao. Kamwe usipuuze wito wa moyo wako.”
Enock Maregesi

Garth Risk Hallberg
“He must have felt a disturbance just beyond the boundless world his eyes perceived. Maybe like dogs we know when we are being hunted.”
Garth Risk Hallberg, City on Fire

Carson McCullers
“Afterward the Captain was to tell himself that in this one instant he knew everything. Actually, in a moment when a great but unknown shock is expected, the mind instinctively prepares itself by abandoning momentarily the faculty of surprise. In that vulnerable instant a kaleidoscope of half-guessed possibilities project themselves, and when the disaster has defined itself there is the feeling of having understood beforehand in some supernatural way.”
Carson McCullers, Reflections in a Golden Eye

“Like a bird, Tasha sees acutely on the periphery, and for a moment, before fear sets in, this feels somewhat prophetic. The periphery is always full of signs, of things to come, of things that once were, and of yearnings.”
Emma Richler, Be My Wolff

“Wait for me, Kath. Coming soon. I feel it in my bones.”
Emma Richler, Be My Wolff

Gwen Mitchell
“Changing the currents of Fate, even by accident, comes at a heavy price.”
Gwen Mitchell, Rain of Ash

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