This was/maybe still is the hardest part for me- transferring guts into reality and acting upon it if it feels like I should. In fact, if something deep within your heart pushes you to do it; do it. But never forget to filter it through reason as well as we have the mind there for... a reason.
When telling someone about our perception, I think it is very important that we trust ourselves first and the manner in which we deliver the message. Why not be honest, i have a lot of guts feeling about situations and people and many proved right. Some however were magnified or subject to my own yet untreated fears. I failed or I was not encouraged delivering it through words many times... what I can do is act upon it myself or somehow show how and what. I had to work on my interpersonal skills though, and people feel and react when they see you are rather detached "just telling it but not caring about it further or approaching it as a subject of your curiosity" rather than when you show you care about them. I actually blamed myself a lot. This was not allright either. I can say i was my greatest enemy sometimes. We have to love and care for ourselves even when we see our imperfections or us failing certain little or bigger things due to them. Talking about the time period between 12-20 yrs for me here.
People can be reticent when hearing such things. There is a history in my family however with precognitive abilities and I can tell you that it is better to voice it, especially as today's society is much more open and accepting towards spirituality and practitioners than it was 50 years ago for example. They might think it's weird and scary, that it might lead to obsessions, negative habbits, a sense of predestination that cuts your "elan" in life. Being in tune with yourself or your environment and solving stagnated issues in fact leads to an even greater sense of relief/liberation, not to bad things. Coming back, you may also simply write the messages you perceive on a piece of paper to see how accurate they get if you want to gain confidence, but remember that modifying factors occur due to free will. Sometimes the "joke" goes that your action exactly is what might help make it happen so you see, it's not exactly a game.
Have you heard about the Cassandra syndrome? It's unfortunate, like many greek legends, but you can read about it as the metaphor is still used today to name 'legit' warnings that are disregarded and come true. We can see what forms and lingers before it materialises : ). Everything sends warnings before materialising in fact, for those keen enough to sense it. Remember to not let yourself or your potentially heavy thoughts add up as a burden to a situation rather than cutting through it or clearing it. Respect the idea of not being "sudden, disrupting, as in an uprise manner" unless the situation really got to the point it's asking for it.
updated by @kate: 10/04/16 01:07:09PM