I'm not quite sure where to start, but I will give it my best shot.
Every so often I experience a period of time (usually months) where I don't sleep, at least it feels like I'm not sleeping. Recently, I have confirmed the fact that I'm conscious, but I have in fact started to dream while being conscious (this is definitely NOT lucid dreaming). Firstly is this healthy, what does this mean and why is this happening?
To add to this strange encounter, for no apparent reason I had one of these 'conscious dreams' and someone that I had never to from college, spoke to me. The next day, we spoke. Do you think this is a premonition?
Also, a couple of days before, my mother had a premonition where she saw someone she hadn't seen in years, and I was with her. The next day, this happened. But I'm too embarrassed to tell my mum about my 'premonition.'
In addition to this, a couple of weeks ago, my mother asked a very open and undetailed question of "Who is it that sings that song? Oh, but I've forgotten what it goes like." And then I randomly reeled off James Blunt which was bizarrely correct, baring in mind we had never had a conversation about him, or he had not been on the radio at any point.
Sticking with the musical theme, whenever a song is on the radio, and before another song is about to start, a random song will just come to me, which is often correct, no matter how obscure the song.
This part isn't really about a psychic experience, but a year or two ago, I experienced a paranormal encounter where I was laying on my bed on my laptop, and the clothes on my radiator rail started to shake, but from the bottom to top, and there is no way this could have happened naturally. There was no wind or anything, certainly not enough to make a whole school uniform sway. After this, I ran to the kitchen to tell my mum the encounter and I felt a cold whoosh of air encompass me. She didn't really believe me or have much to say.
Does anyone think they could help explain anything about any part of what's going on? Especially with the sleeping habits. Thanks very much.