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Living My Dreams


I'm not sure if what I'm about to say is actually anything, or just me wanting to be special, or me being special but saying it's just me wanting to be special so that I'm not different.

Large sections of my dreams tend to actually happen. A lot like deja vu, but I never know when it will happen and sometimes it will happen months after the dream. I also don't know that the dream will reoccur in life until it actually does. I have lots of dreams that are simply normal dreams.

Every time it happens it will start and I'll think to myself, "I've seen this already" and I'm scared that if I say too much out loud it will stop so I usually end up standing there in silence watching while these things happen around me, like I'm lost and confused.

If someone happens to be standing near me at the time and I say to him or her, "I think I'm having deja vu", then I said that in the dream too.

Then other times I'm not sure I dreamed it at all but I do know that I've seen it before, if that makes any sense. These moments have been know to last for close to 5 minutes (though rarely). I have these moments happen sometimes as often as daily, while sometimes as sparsely as every 6 months.

Basically, I just want to know, do these dreams mean anything, are they actually happening, am I making them up, and if these dreams are a type of precognition, can I gain more control over them? And if I can, how? And what else can I learn to do?

Maybe I'm not different at all, I think everyone could probably do these things if they tried.

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star43 (3 stories) (6 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-24)
I have this all the time. It's usually just about random things. I believe this is a very useful gift to have.
davis_em (1 stories) (23 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-24)

I've asked the same question. The answers I was given were to meditate, take it easy, and don't stress out about it. You could "practice", but when I try to practice, I don't even get my regular level of "site". SO, for me, its a "you get what you're given" sorta thing. But apparently for others on this site, meditation helps.

Just be patient.
mmathias (1 stories) (1 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-24)
what can I do to get better, or is one of those "you get what your delt" kind of things?
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-23)
This is an odd thing. Once I went home, the place I grew up and graduated, and was in the living room with an old friend. She wasn't interested in my stuff, but wanted to talk about hers which was fine. It lasted kind of long. I was attentive, as opposed to being mildly bored, and I began playing a game with myself to stay attentive. "This is exactly what she will say next..." Then she would. I did it for a long time. Usually I don't go there, it doesn't seem possible really, but I wanted to listen and it was a long one-sided conversation. It was very weird.
davis_em (1 stories) (23 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-23)
Don't second guess yourself. When I read the first part of your story, I could completely identify. I, too, have things happen to me and wonder if its all in my head. Sometimes I'll know something is going to happen, and I don't say anything for exactly the same reason as you. What if it doesn't really happen?

I've finally just started realizing that I DO have some thing that let's me see and know things that others don't see and know (sometimes). If you second guess yourself too much, the abilities will disappear. Yes, you really are psychic. And NO, you aren't making it up. Stop second guessing yourself, and start writing it down when these things happen to you.

Part of the reason I joined this site was so I had somewhere to document my strange happenings. And the other was to be validated, and speak with people of like mind.

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