Alright I know this will sound like nonsense to some, but maybe someone has had a similar experience or at least HEARD of a story similar.
Anyway I am twenty years old now, and this is a memory that has plagued me for the last 15 years. Now a good portion of you on here seem like legit paranormal investigators, mediums, and psychics. You understand the isolation we feel as "Indigos" growing up in this false light matrix.
What I'm saying is take that feeling and multiply it by the time traveling factor. Would you trust your instincts? Your own judgement?
So my story. I was 5 at the time. I was living with my father & his mother (my nana) at this time. I was jumping off the walls because I had had a great day and it was getting better because my nana had been called into work. (She was a teacher at Job Corp and always left for work at like 10 at night)
First and foremost: I WAS NOT TIRED. Let me repeat myself: I WAS NOT TIRED. I had absolutely no intention of going to sleep. So I HIGHLY doubt that I fell asleep and dreamed this. She made me get in bed and I started jumping on it! That's how amped I was. So I finally stopped my air acrobatics long enough to take a break, And I threw the covers over my head, because she had scolded me.
When I took the cover down, she was suddenly in bed next to me, asleep, and judging by the lighting outside it was either early morning, or raining heavily outside. This where it gets weird:my mother was a nurse at the time and they had begun handing out small toys to children.
Memories that I didn't remember EXPERIENCING flooded into my head (potentially 2 or 3 days worth) and it was so trippy. I dropped the toy behind the bed and began crying. My Nana thought it was because I lost my toy (and it sort of was)
But a few days later I went to my moms office and got it replaced. I told my mom about losing "the other one" and she was confused, thinking I meant a toy my grandma had purchased me. But I assured her I'd already had one. She rebutted saying that these toys were "new" and now that I think about it they never gave those toys away again. Thoughts and feedback more than welcome.