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My Dreams Come True... I'm Scared

 

My name is Ivana, I'm 17. The thing is that about 3 years ago my dreams after a few day would become true. At first it was funny, I could know which of my friends are going to fall in love or have a fight and ordinary things like that. But in the past 7 months it became scary. I had a dream of my mother in kindergarden with a little boy on her lap, a week after she told me that she is pregnant and that the baby wasn't planned. Then I had a dream about me in a hospital crying. I was lying in a bed and I couldn't move. In 3 weeks I ended up in a hospital because I fainted at a party. Then I had a dream about dead rats lying in my yard. 3 days after my brother found my cat poisoned in my yard.

The scariest thing is this which happened about 20 days ago. I had a dream about a girl who came to me and ask me to give her my teeth. I didn't want to so she gave me a paper to sign that I'm not pregnant!? I signed it and then I saw her walking away from me and on the street a car hit her. The next day, a car hit me while I was walking across the road. It wasn't anything serious, I broke my nose and had a few stitches... But the scariest thing is I lost 2 teeth! And after the ambulance came for me, the first thing I had to do is to sign that I'm not pregnant!

Please, I'm scared... I don't know what to do. If the dreams keep coming I won't even go out of the house. I can't sleep normal, I wake up every 2 hours! I don't want to go to psychiatrists, they wouldn't believe me!

I'm sorry for the mistakes I made, my English isn't very good (:

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ajr (1 posts)
 
5 years ago (2012-11-14)
Ivana,
I have read your comment. I found you because I was googgling about dreams. I have had them for years now and they seem to be coming true more and more often. I dream every night and I usually tell my sister some parts of them and they still come true... Not always exactly the way that I dreamed them. For instance I dreamed my sister'a back tire had a huge hole on the inside. I told her about this and she said I dreamed it because I knew that she had purchased a rear tire the day before. That same day she had a blow out on the interstate in her other back tire and lost control of her car and was almost killed. I have had many many things like this happen. The reason I am commenting is that when I speak of my dreams they still come about. I don't know if they are less damaging when I speak about them or not. I have had two dreams that I never want to have again... Yet they were full of love... My grandmother who had passed away 18 years before came to me in a dream except it was very very real I could feel smell and touch her... I told my mom about this visit with her mother on the phone the next day and it was the last time I ever spoke to my mom again... She died suddenly... Years later I had this same type of dream about my mother and the next night my nephew died of sids. Her grandson... I believe they were coming for their loved ones and I was somehow able to connect with them while they were near. I was sad to lose my family members but in the dreams the love they showed me was incredible... I have many times dreamed of people with babies and they usually had a child or grandchild soon on the way... Those are the good dreams... Good luck and as those before me said it is gift that does not come with a directions just trust that it is part of the natural order of things... I am interested to know if anyone in the forum also saw spirits when they were a child.
Duvessa (2 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-12-24)
I agree with inthwtr... I have noticed that when I have these types of dreams if I keep them to myself in fear of what people will think of me... They seems to always come true. There has been a few that I have been so scared about that I just HAD to tell someone. Those dreams did not come true. Do not let this gift take your life. You can over come it and live with it for good reasons later on. Remember if anything scares you tell someone even if you have to kind of laugh it off as a silly dream. I promise things will be much better for you!
inthwtr (1 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-11-03)
Ivana,

Do not be scared. This type of thing has been happening to me since I was about your age. I am now 45 years old.

I find it EXTREMELY intriguing what Sally Jo has written here, in that I too find that verbalizing my dreams does seem to alter the possibility of the dream turning to premonition.

Over the years, I have become aware that perhaps is because (whatever this is) is not to be "shared", thus haunting us even more. But on the positive side, I find that if I have had a dream that I don't want to come to truth, I make a concerted effort to tell as many people as I can.

We are not supposed to give evidence that we are being shown what I like to refer to as "hints of fate", (Meaning that these are mere "snippets" of what the days are to bring for us to identify with the fact that the future IS, in fact, already going to happen on a predetermined "path")

This is to educate our consciousness to prove a much more incredible truth about what we call "life". Has it all happened before? Is it all just a repeating life that rolls over and over? Are we really dreaming about things that have already taken place?

Our lives are merely a process of learning. We go through the entire process, trying to live life in the eye of God's scrutiny. We will inevitably fail, and repeat this life again, until we learn to live this life in the perfection that was intended for us. This is why people die, and people are born. When our "life" reaches the accomplishment of total perfection, then this life will end and we can move onto another life of more reward, until finally reaching a graduation to an everlasting existence of pure joy and happiness totally devoid from anything negative.

Either way, don't be scared. If you dream of something that you don't want to come true, tell someone of your dream. Chances are it will not.
wendycheong899 (4 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-31)
i think you should record your dream and pay attention to them. And I also think you are gifted.
SallyJo (1 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-31)
If I tell someone the dreams that disturb me they do not come true. If you are telling someone by e-mail or journaling speak it outloud. For some reason it dilutes the power of the dream of things to come.
epoy1984 (14 stories) (644 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-29)
You must listen of what they said so that you won't get confused or something. 😊
Psionic (3 stories) (70 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-29)
What I can say to you is, not to be scared of your precognitive dreams. It is a gift and it should be nutured. Maybe you should try, this may be a long shot, but to try to trigger your precognition during the day. This will be an enhancement to your powers, also it might help you sleep at night.
But don't be scared, I know easier said than done, but I would suggest to try to get your hands on a togers eye crystal. Tigers Eye crystals are courage stones, also smoke quarts crystals is a cleanser, that will help you clear yourself of your fear.
Have faith. It is a gift to us all.
foxfire290 (6 stories) (7 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-28)
I have had dreams and known things my whole life. I think it comes from my dads side he died when I was very young. My mother was afraid of me so I had no one and yes thank goodness for this site. My daughter is same as me and her children also. I have found over the years that during Oct things seem to heighten see more, know more. I know the dreams scare you they did me for long time. Now I try and look at them like an alarm system letting me know to watch out. When I have dreams and I can't remember it all but some certain even crazy points that stick in my head. When I begin to see the signs I remove myself and family from the area if I feel it to be a dangerous situation fixing to happen.
I can't say all my dreams were bad though I seen my children before they were born. And I thought that was a blessing in itself. So no not all is bad, just that the bad stick out. And you reaching out is a good thing I think. I wish you luck really I do.
haveheart-1029 (1 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-28)
Oh my, I know how you feel. Lately things have been the same for me. I used to wake from nightmares, and in each one the date "October 29, at 10:00" would appear, And now, months later. My friend is coming back to school, after being arrested, tomorrow on October 29, and school does not start tomorrow until ten. But he had not been arrested when I had these nightmares. I'm frightened with myself. My dreams have been coming true and I experience a lot of deja-vu. What do I do? Why do my dreams come true like this? If you find answers to your questions and mine, please email me at oops.i.ate.a.muffin [at] hotmail.com, I am very anxious for answers.
velcro (7 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-27)
Ivana,
I just read your story, I have similar stories. I thought the advice Anne gave you was great advice. I'm 54 years old and have been experiencing dreams like yours for the past 12 years. It can be scarey and confusing, thank goodness we have this website, I just discovered it this morning. Reaching out when you are scared, is a good thing. Don't worry about your grammar when you reach out for help. I commend you for your courage to tell your story, and admitting you are scared. I get scared too, I go to therapy once a week mainly to talk about this, I can't tell my loved ones because they don't understand. If I tell someone I worry later they are telling someone else the story I told them and mocking me. I've gotten over that scenerio, I accept my gift. I do not fear it anymore. I've tried to make this gift stop, I have, thank goodness it never went away because I don't know what I would do without it. I love it, I think it's really cool. Remember your not causing these things to happen, you see them in a chaotic pattern of events so your confused. I still get confused, it's hard. Try to devote more time to figuring out what these dreams mean by journaling, recording the date, how you felt when you were dreaming. You will be more aware of your dream while you are awake because you journaled it, it will stick in your mind better. This might have helped you pay attention when you crossed the street, you may have not gotten hit by the car. Believe in yourself. I'm going to say it again. BELIEVE IN YOURSELF AND REACH OUT FOR HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT. Patti, my e-mail is Taratsas [at] sbcglobal.net
epoy1984 (14 stories) (644 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-27)
Ivana
I think you should listen to them for your own good. Listen to your heart and mind so that you will never be lost. 😊 😉 ❤
VendettaSiblings (guest)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-27)
Hello.

Being a dream seer is a very priced gift, and also one that is creepy and makes you feel unbelievably alone. But you don't have to be...remember, your dreams are more than just memories and re encounters of what happened during your day. Your dreams are early foreshadowings of things that will happen, meant to alert you and keep you safe. Do not be afraid, because although it may not seem that way, you are not alone.

If you have any more questions or would like us to write you a deeper answer, please email us at VendettaSiblings [at] hotmail.com

-Vendetta Siblings
whealy (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
8 years ago (2009-10-27)
Try to write down your dreams. They might be helpful to others as well as yourself.
My dreams seem to always involve current crime scenes. I dreamed of a young girl who was missing in Florida. I saw her shadowy figure in front of a faded bluish green picket fence, in front of a white house with black window frames. Three day later on the news I saw the police searching a white house that had been closed since a fire occurred. The windows were blackened and there was a picket fence in front that was badly maintained. It was a grayish green. This is the only house on the block with a fence and it's the last place Somer was seen. A man working on the house was a sex offender. I also dreamed of a black and white child's backpack. I think it had a penguin on it and I feel it is very important to this case. I see it in a grove of trees in the back of a property. Maybe you can think about this and develop the dreams you have to assist the police? Perhaps this will lead to a future career?
Dream your dreams,
Bill
AnneV (4 stories) (1012 posts) mod
 
8 years ago (2009-10-27)
Ivana my dear, maybe you should listen to your dreams instead of fearing them? When I dream I'm getting a speeding ticket, the next day I drive slow. And sure enough, the next day a cop has got his radar gun on me. I dreamt once that I got pulled over and thanks to gushing with self criticism the cop let me off. Sure enough, I pulled a hair brained antic in my car and when the police officer pulled me over he was fuming (it was highly unlikely I was going to get away with it). But I remembered my dream and went off in a litany of self criticism and though he too chided me, he let me go without a ticket.

You're young and inexperienced but you can cultivate your dreams. Research lucid dreaming so that you can learn to become more aware and eventually take control. And for goodness sake, write your dreams down. There is probably a gold mine of information that you're forgetting because you're not keeping a journal. I can't recommend this enough. If you're technically savvy at all, write them down on the computer so you can later search them. I'm in the technology field (I'm a database administrator) so I write them in a database that I can query. I am continually amazed by my dreams that I've long forgotten that reveal patterns, premonitions and some other very serious bits of data about my life.

As you're finding out, our subconscious mind speaks to us symbolically (until we develop and then the messages become less symbolic). You've been suffering some setbacks with the fainting spell and the car accident but in a way, a message is being sent to you to pay attention to your dreams. Many wonderful things can be gathered from them, not just gloom and doom. This easily can be a gift if you'll let it be.

Anne

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