I've been having visions for a while and it's not all easy yet, but it seems to be getting easier with time. If anyone knows the best way to control them easily, then I'd love to know, because sometimes I get visions at the most random times and one time it happened at school. It's like a white film slipped in front of my eyes and played a movie clip for me.
That's how the visions started of Ben Lancaster. Blonde hair, ocean blue eyes, and tall. I thought I made him up for the longest time until I found this site. And there is a huge possibility he's real, right? When I have visions of him I feel like I know him. Like I know what he goes through. I'll know when he's in pain, when he's happy and it's like I'm seeing everything through his eyes, through his mind. I feel like I have this super strong connection with him too, like we've known each other for a long time, but I've never even met him.
Another vision I get just as frequently is of a guy in a black hoodie with a serum in his hand with this black liquid. Those visions really freak me out, because if they come true, I'm pretty sure I'm a goner.
I noticed that sometimes I get visions based on if I'm too emotional, like too angry or sad or even happy. I think that's a big factor in when I get visions, but I'm not quite sure if that's correct.
Another vision I got was a room with a black door and red carpeting. A man was there and he had Ben and I was out of the vision before I could see if I was going to do something stupid or insane.
And the last vision that also had me really scared is of a metal room and I was strapped to this bed, my ankles were. I had needle marks all over my arms and my hair was long. It looked like I was maybe nineteen or early twenties. I looked like a zombie, because I was so pale and had scars all over my body. I saw someone step out of the shadows monitoring me with a heart monitor and he had some type of doctor with him monitoring my condition on a clipboard. I was freaking out seeing it happen and not being able to stop it through the vision, I didn't even know it was a vision at the time, or that I was still in the school gym about to pass out. And I actually felt like I couldn't move when I had the vision on a treadmill in the school gym. When I came back around my breathing was really shaky and I started having a panic attack, which I get fairly frequently now.
So, what do you think crazy, a coincidence, or something else?