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There wasn't a time I can remember that I didn't have dreams that came true, until I turned 16, and something changed.

Ever since I was a little kid I had dreams that would happen in real life exactly how I saw them happen before. The time in between me having the dreams, and them coming true, ranged from a few hours later to a few years later. The longest I can remember in between having the dream and it coming true was maybe about 9 or 10 years. They were never really about anything important, just everyday things like seeing a specific person walking passed me, or hearing someone say something, or actually doing something.

I could always tell when a dream was coming true and in some cases I could tell a little before, but that never really changed the outcome. The real life situation would almlost always happen exactly how it did in my dream. Sometimes I would be able to change the outcome by doing something I didn't do in my dream and sometimes I would try to change my actions just to realize I was still moving exactly how I did in my dreams.

I checked around in my family when I was younger and everyone I asked said they didn't know what I was talking about so I could never talk to anyone about it. I think that maybe if I did, I could have trained better, and I would still have my ability now.

Right around the time before I turned 16, these visions increased by so much. Before this, my precognition would pop up maybe once or twice a month. When my gift got better all of a sudden, I was having dreams that came true at least once a week, and often more than that. It was stronger too. I would have dreams of people I hadn't even met yet who went on to be some of my good friends. One time I even went into kind of a trance like state and zoned out and had a sort of day dream about something that happened later that day.

Unfortunately, it has gotten significantly weaker around the time I turned 16. If I'm lucky, I have a dream that comes true once every few months. I never really realized how much it meant to me until I lost it. I would do anything to get it back as strong as it was before. I keep a dream journal to remember my dreams just in case, and I try to do exercises to predict the future but so far, 4 years later, I haven't had too much luck. I know it's still somewhere in me and I'm hoping with enough training and time, I can learn how to bring it back. If anyone has any advice on what I should do, whether that's just to keep trying, or a faster solution, please let me know. Feel free to share any of your own experiences or anything you think can help. Thank you for reading.

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Trinitywasmyhero (1 stories) (9 posts)
6 years ago (2018-07-04)
My theory on this is that children don't know what they are 'supposed' to believe, so they believe everything. When we get older, we are told that these experiences can't be real and that they must be coincidences. I think that over time this creates self doubt and we suppress our abilities, either consciously or subconsciously. Be aware of dreaming of the future as an adult. I have found that my future dreams are darker now than when I was a child, when I, like you, dreamed of new kids coming into my life who later became friends. My dreams now are usually warnings and sometimes this can be scary as they are not always accurate enough to protect myself. They say that ignorance is bliss, I'm not sure, but do I know that there is a lot of work to be done if we want to develop our gifts properly.
robmkivseries70 (1 stories) (57 posts)
6 years ago (2018-07-04)
Hi starry,
I am going to take a stab in the dark here. I going to guess that as you have gotten older you are more active socially. Not that this is bad, but it may have pushed you dreaming ability off to the side so to speak. I recommend some time every day for meditation. Keep it positive, saying while in meditation,"Every day, in every way, I am getting better, better and better". Spend some of the meditation time just relaxing and being receptive. HTH

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