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My Brother's Dreams

 

My brother, growing up, has always had dreams that would come true. They aren't a regular thing but whenever he does have one everyone in the family stops to take notice. He's always had precognitive dreams but at first they were little things.

It was like, knowing what we would have for dinner a couple nights a head of time or knowing what his birthday presents would be before he received them. It wasn't until he foresaw the death of my aunt did we really pay attention.

He woke up a week before crying and screaming. He claimed he was in the passenger seat of our aunts car when it was hit straight on by another car. Sure enough one week later we learned that a car had crossed the yellow line and had hit our aunts vehicle, killing her on contact. Everything he had said had been correct. It was the first time we really noticed.

The next big dream he had was about my parents getting a divorce and my mom sitting us down to tell us. I remember him crying as our mom sat us down to tell us because he already knew what was coming. It was a big deal for him as you can bet.

A year after the divorce he had a dream that he was caught inside our house as it burned down around him. He also told me that he had been leaving my room when the blaze started it. We were at our grandmothers and I remember him waking up coughing and gasping for breath. The next day the fire happened at our house. We weren't home but it still happened, including the fire having been started in my bedroom. It was both terrifying and amazing.

Then a year ago my brother had a strange dream we hadn't understood. In it he'd been outside in the yard as everything got dark. Then the wind began to blow fiercely as dust and dirt flew in his eyes. Out of nowhere a tornado appeared and that's when he told me he's woken up. He told me about this dream about two weeks before a tornado decimated my small town. My brother had been standing with the door open when the tornado came into sight. In the basement there was a bunch of dust that was stirred up and it got into our eyes and mouths as we sat down there while the tornado passed by.

The latest dream happened a couple weeks ago. He has told me about it but nobody else because he doesn't want to be blamed, as if he could. He has foreseen the funeral of my grandmother and he is terrified. I want to be able to help him but I don't know how.

Hunter, my brother's name, has always been slightly sensitive to energies and the emotions of others. Recently my brother told me he's been getting the feeling that someone or something is following him. He has told me not to worry about him but I can't help it, even if I don't verbally tell him that I am. I don't know how to help him.

If there is anyone who can give me advice as to what I should tell my brother I'd be more than happy to listen.

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YVE72 (5 stories) (212 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-18)
I'm so glad that his girlfriend heeded his advice and that she wasn't harmed.
Katie (42 stories) (369 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-18)
I thought she would never listen to him. Its good that she did. Thanks for sharing the story with us anyway. Maybe you should read our stories and see what you think. 😊
NightJudge (3 stories) (11 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-18)
The update on my brother and his girlfriend situation is here. She may not have believed him and laughed but she did listen. She took his words to heart and stayed home instead of going to that party. She was not attacked, thankfully. He is pumped since it was the first of his dreams that he has been able to successfully prevent from coming true.
Katie (42 stories) (369 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-12)
All he can do is let it happen. If she is laughing at him she soon know she made a mistake and should of listened. I dislike people like that people who laugh at your ability. Its annoying.
psychomo (7 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-12)
just calm him down and tell'em to chill and face his true abillities that's all 😐
NightJudge (3 stories) (11 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-11)
Since I wrote this my brother's informed me of another dream he had. In this one he was following his girl friend at a party. Nobody could see him but he saw them. He followed her into another room and it was there he watched her get attacked. He's been freaking out and tried to warn his girl friend but she just laughed at him, not believing in dreams telling the future. He's scared that it's going to happen but I can't tell him it won't cause I honestly don't know if it will. Any idea how to defuse this current situation?
YVE72 (5 stories) (212 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-10)
Hi NightJudge... Tell him its a good thing because at least he and everyone else is able to prepare for what's about to come.

He's claircognizant (through his premonitions), clairsentient, and an empath.

Also ask him to read the same verses I recommend for your mom.

Peace & blessings. 😊
Kris (1 stories) (13 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-10)
I understand you are concerned but the best thing you can do is listen and believe what he says. Katie is right there are some things he may be getting as a warning and be able to change the outcome. Some things however are out of his control. I'm sure it all feels like a huge burden for him and feels at times like the world is on his shoulders. Help him build his confidence in his abilities. Encourage him to get involved with people like him. My father, my grandfather and my cousin have dreams that come true from time to time, usually tragedy. Once my father and grandfather had the exact same dream they would roll their car back in the 60's. They didn't change their plans but my grandfather was sure to tell everyone where his life insurance policy was before they left that day. They didn't change their plans, thank goodness cars back then were built like tanks as they hardly ended up with a scratch after rolling the car several times. They both left that day knowing something was very likely to happen and didn't change their plans. He needs to understand that he is blessed not cursed. All this "knowing" is who he is and should find a way to make it a positive and not a negative. This kind of thing has become a huge joke in our family it's not an odd thing. We do take it serious. If you guys do some digging you may find others in your family who do the same thing from time to time. 😁
Katie (42 stories) (369 posts)
 
13 years ago (2008-10-10)
hi I go through the exactly same thing as him.
Don't you think its best that he gets warned about things. He can change the future depending what kind of things he dreams about. Sometimes I felt like someone was telling me because I would have someone getting to me but couldn't see anything but knowing they were there. I think spirits tell us these things and contacts us through our sleep. I've been woken up by spirits and them telling me to get up because its such a time. My dreams have calmed down the ones which would come true. I think his will calm down soon.

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