I did. For two solid days, thoughts of Megh, my cousin's sweetheart of a Golden Retriever, kept popping into my head. She had fallen down and had trouble walking.
A phone call brought the sad news that Megh had a very aggressive form of bone cancer and had to be put down. (A very similar set of circumstances to our dear Murphy.)
So what is it about these seemingly fleeting thoughts? In a word, intuition.
Pay attention to the frequency of the thought that pops into your head. Someone may be "calling", even though the phone isn't ringing!
Similarly, have you noticed that when you're thinking about someone, they contact you?
Did you know that you can develop this skill? When you quiet the "noise" upstairs (stress), you hear that quiet voice of intuition. Developing your intuition is a process and you can start now. Enroll in a five week program that provides you with the foundation to undress your stress and enhance your performance!
When has your intuition been strongest? Are there times when you didn't pay attention to your intuition? What were the results?
Image courtesy of Robert Linder.