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Deja Vu And Dreams


Sometimes I dream and weird things happen. It was the week of Thanksgiving and I was visiting some family and my best friend in Virginia. She had planed a campout in her backyard with a campfire and everything, and told me that she had invited some of her friends to hang out.

We had just finished setting up the the cooking supplies when one of her co-workers showed up. I couldn't help staring at him. I could swear I knew him from somewhere, and I told my friend that. Throughout the next couple of hours I tried to place where I recognized him from, then he started telling a funny story. Right in the middle of his tale, I realized I knew the story he was telling but not because I was there, but because I dreamt it. Not his experience, but the campout.

I stopped him and told him the rest of the story. When I finished talking I looked up at him and he looked freaked out, like I was some kind of ghost or something. That's when my best friend said "Holy crap you weren't kidding when you said you knew him from somewhere. You had a dream didn't you?" And that's when I told them about my dream. He got over the initial shock and laughed about it later. So I didn't feel all that weird about the whole experience.

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madi20dreams (7 posts)
15 years ago (2009-06-18)
I have that same problem I might not remember the dream when I wake up. Its only when they come true I remember them. 😲 Very simialr Kind Of THings
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
16 years ago (2008-07-05)
Mystery - I think that since we "know" some stuff that we expect younger ones not to know. This is probably a mistake. I've found that if I "expect" people to act a certain way, they will. I don't tolerate anyone "jumping out" at me. I did but not now. Just a thought. Make them think.
trueyes31 (1 stories) (1 posts)
16 years ago (2008-07-04)
I get what you're both saying. Sometimes it's hard though especially if you get excited and just blurt things out before you get the chance to censure yourself. Thank you for you comments. Deja vou is something I go through a lot and it helps to hear from people that go through similar experiences. 😊
mysterywriter (4 stories) (15 posts)
16 years ago (2008-07-02)
I agree with Glenda on this point. After a while you just kind of "know" who to approach and share knowledge with and when to just keep it to yourself. I had a small incident at work today. This group of about 6 young males came into my store. They are all probably 15-16 years of age. School is out and the kids hang out at the mall all day. This group came in with their skate boards and this one guy just jumped out at me and I saw him dressed in a nicely cut expensive suit and I got the message that he will be very successful in his life. I would have told him but it would not have been the perfect time.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
16 years ago (2008-07-01)
Personally I've learned that just because I know something doesn't really mean it needs to be shared. This can cause complications and weird looks. Also, I don't think mind reading is really out of the question. Years ago it use to be a silly party game and people accepted it as true. I read that recently which makes me wonder. Anyway, being sensitive means to be well rounded helps, sensitive and helpful to others, aware of when to guard yourself or be silent, aware of a job that will help you support yourself. Thank-you for writing because it helps to know others have dealt with the same stuff.

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