A very interesting research shows that human minds have the ability to sense future events approx 2 to 10 seconds before they occur. Researchers suspect that the subconscious minds sometimes know more than our conscious minds. It has been found that the conscious mind only controls the brain for about 5% of the time and the rest controlled by the subconscious mind. This study called “Predictive Physiological Anticipation Preceding Seemingly Unpredictable Stimuli: A Meta-Analysis” shows that your mind actually has an energetic reaction to the future before it happens and before you are even aware of it.
This phenomenon is sometimes called ‘presentiment’, as in ‘sensing the future’. Some call the phenomenon ‘anomalous anticipatory activity’. The phenomenon is anomalous, some scientists argue, because we can’t explain it using present-day understanding about how biology works; though explanations related to recent quantum biological findings could potentially make sense.
A person playing a video game at work while wearing headphones, for example, can’t hear when his or her boss is coming around the corner. Analysis suggests that if you were tuned into your body, you might be able to detect these anticipatory changes between two and 10 seconds beforehand and close your video game. You might even have a chance to open that spreadsheet you were supposed to be working on. And if you were lucky, you could do all this before your boss entered the room.
The next time you have a thought about something before it actually occurs, that’s because your brain really is picking up on it energetically in a way we can measure.