How to see your future

First day of spring. Shot from my office window.

I’ve always been able to see people’s futures.

Not in a psychic sort of way where I can tell you what color shirt you would be wearing and the weather conditions on the day you decide to check out of this life… I don’t see scenes of the future play out in my head like movies.

Rather, if I hear you talk about you life and your desires for just a minute or two – even if we’ve never met before – I can tell whether you’re on track to manifest what you want into your life.

I just know. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always just known.

Until recently, I had no understanding where this ability came from. It’s not something you tell many people or share in casual conversation. And sometimes it feels freaky when I see things play out just as I knew they would.

While I considered this ability to be a gift, in the past it has almost equally as often felt like a curse.

(It’s a gift in my work as a coach where the entire basis of our relationship is for me to leverage this power. It can feel like a curse when you’re with a friend who’s sharing something, but has not specifically asked for your help.  I’ve learned that if I share what I see without being asked first, I am met with a huge wall of resistance. Sometimes it’s hard not to say something when you can see the piano dangling over someone’s head.)

Here’s what I’ve come to realize (and my point in sharing this with you here)…

When I say I just know what’s coming up for someone, what I really mean is that I can feel it. Again, I’m not seeing the person’s future in my head. But I am built in a way that makes me sensitive to the energy that they are giving off.

More specifically, when I am connecting with you, I can pick up how you feel when you’re talking about some subject, whether that’s your relationship, money, health, or whatever.

Here’s how it works for me…

If listening to you talk about your desire causes squirrels to start wrestling around in my stomach, I know you’re off course. If listening to you gives me a feeling of  calm, hope, or inspiration, I know you’re on track and about to experience what you really want.

So if you want to the ability to look into your own future and know what’s coming, it’s quite simple.

You need only check in with how you feel today on a given subject to accurately predict your future.

The emotion you feel is the product of the thoughts you have been connecting to on that subject.

For example, if you want your life to feel fun and full of adventure, yet today you talk about how bored and uninspired you feel, you are off course.

If you want to attract a new relationship, but inside you doubt whether you’ll ever meet that person, you’re off course.

If you want to live in a life of freedom, with reserves of cash all around you, but you speak of how hard things are or you argue for the reasons why your desires cannot happen, you are off course.

Whatever the subject, the feeling that you associate with it in the present moment determines your future experience. No exceptions.

Check in with how you feel today and you have your glimpse into tomorrow. Voila!

You are now an oracle.

Here’s the upgrade. If there’s some aspect of your life that you do not feel great about (and I am guessing there is), the good news is that the future is not written in stone. Keep in mind, you always write your future.

If you want tomorrow to look better than today, your work is to feel better today.

That’s all. It’s not complicated…

(But are you doing the work to create the future you want?)


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  1. Kate Sholonski says

    As always, what you have to say resonates with what my heart knows.

    Simple, isn’t it? If we remembered to “feel” our way along life’s path, rather than reacting to the circumstances that pop up, peace and joy will be the result.

  2. Troyann Williams says

    Hi Drew!

    I’ve been following your work for a few years now… great stuff… Thanks!

    Until today I thought I was somewhat alone in my ability to “see” people’s future. It’s great to confirm that there are others of us. (I totally relate to your comment about it being both a curse and a blessing!)

    For my entire life I’ve been able to “see” when someone had one foot on the gas petal and the other on the brake petal. I can “see” when people are blocking their own ability to create their desired success. (“See” is in quotations because I “see” it based on my total interaction with them… what they say, the emotion behind what they say, how they behave, etc.)

    I referred to it as “self sabotage” but it correlates directly with their words, feelings and actions being inconsistent with what they say they want for themselves.

    Like you, I’ve devoted my life to helping people get more of what they actually DO want. I work to help them create an inner alignment and comfort with their ability to “control the gas petal” so that they can confidently take their foot off the brake petal.

    Thanks again for your great insights and for sharing them with us!
    You ROCK!!!
    Take care,
    Troyann

  3. Phoenix says

    It’s kind the same thing for me, plus there are pictures related to it in my head. It’s not psychic, like you said, it’s like, in my case, a mix of feeling, analysis and probability. Yes, there’s chance of failure, but they are just to low to happen. It’s like a superior instinct.

  4. Kelly Gage says

    Im only 14 and what the person describes in this passsage is feelings i have a lot but the thing is i can dream little things and one day i could walk through a door and be like this already happened.. If i something big or bad or good sometimes is going to happen i can feel it i usually have an uneasy feeling about it and i just absolutely hate it! I wish that i wouldnt be able to tell this and its usually when i know a person well will i get a uneasy or giddy feeling about them.

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