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My Dreams Give Me Jumbled Insight Of The Future


For a long while I have been having dreams that do not make much sense until they actually happen. Sometimes they even seem symbolic. I have had many dreams about the relationships of my friends. In one case, I told a friend that I had a dream that her and another one of our friends where going to end up together someday. It was funny because she had never considered him before and he claims to not have considered her but they claim to be in love now.

One time I had a dream I was sitting with a close guy friend and he turned to me and asked me to do something with him... (sexual) that I can't repeat. And the next day a friend called saying: "You won't believe what my friend James asked me last night-it so threw me off!" It was the exact same thing that was asked in my dream and it was just too random to be a coincidence, mainly because these guys are only friends and have never been more to the two of us.

I also have dreams that give me dates like in one, there's a homeless man holding a NOV 10 sign, so I'm supposed to be looking out for that day. I think I know what will happen but I'm not going to like it.

The other night I had a dream that I was at a hospital saying goodbye to a friend that passed away, when I got closer I saw that it was me and I had a nose piercing with a vivid green stud. The next day I was at the hospital saying goodbye to my dear friend Jeremy whose birthstone is Emerald.

I can go on and on but I guess what I was wondering was: is there a way to decipher my dreams before they come true. It just seems like to often I'm slapping my forehead thinking... OH that makes sense to me NOW! Just wondering:)

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zacora (3 stories) (17 posts)
14 years ago (2008-11-05)
I always get those impacts of dejavu. I would like to call them, "flashes." For me, mine play our like a little movie clip. Once I see a scenery from the dream, the flash activates and leaves me gasping from the impact. Once I have that flash, my dream will begin. It's like a little warning for us. Pay attention to them... And you'll see the storyline unfold. 😊
leodowneyjr (1 stories) (71 posts)
14 years ago (2008-11-03)
In our dreams we are in a psychic realm. A place where future,preasent,past and past lives meet. I have also seen posibilities that did not come to pass. Like some things are set in stone and some are changeable. I mainly remeber the weird dreams that stand out. And when something I dreamed of happens, I get a serios blast of dejavu. And I usualy stand there for a minuet dumbfounded by the impact. I have had this so much I think dejavu is an event we previously dreamed of and or an Identical event of a past life mirroring back as some others belive.
zacora (3 stories) (17 posts)
14 years ago (2008-11-03)
The best thing you can do is keep a journal, but try to write what exactly happens in your dreams. Every detail counts. I find that mine come true during the season I dream about. For example... In one dream I looked around and saw dead berries on my black berry bushes. Once that season came, I saw how everything was falling into place. I'm sure that if you experiment, you'll get the same results. 😊
CaliforniaGirl (1 stories) (1 posts)
14 years ago (2008-11-02)
Keep a journal:) I do! I have a dream come true more than twice a week... 🤔
It will help you interpret your dreams.
hardtoremember (37 posts)
14 years ago (2008-10-21)
Keeping a dream journal is an excellent idea! In 2000 I started having weird dreams and started writing them down.
Kept having dreams of buildings blowing up and just mayhem. 9/11 hit months later. I also kept having a dream of this woman. Over and over again. I met her and I married her.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
14 years ago (2008-10-21)
I do think that sometimes dreams and feelings are just meant to "prepare" us to emotionally accept a bad thing. I once knew a grandmother, very religious, who had lost her only grandchild in an accident. She told me later that she had dreamed of him being in an accident days before... Guilt is not helpful.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
14 years ago (2008-10-21)
I'm not great at understanding dreams either. I do remember college, the stress, my mind constantly trying to remember, it's a strong stimulus is my impression. I once dreamed a test, in detail, essay that I was worried about. It was a Tues/Thurs class so had a lot of time to write and wrote ten or twelve pages. The first five, wrote so much detail that I knew I'd not have time to finish and tried cutting out details to finish after that. Dreaming tests can hurt you. Your mind is just very active now. If you ever get in a bind at school, something that seems impossible, sit quietly a few minutes and let yourself work out what to do... I'm not big into intrepreting dreams. Not much help there, more a practical type person.
mystical2 (16 stories) (483 posts)
14 years ago (2008-10-20)
You should try keeping a journal of all your dreams and date them. When the time comes and it happens update it.
I've had dream/premonitions many of times. Once dreamt my cat fell on my head from light beam above me. Suddenly woke up and sat up. Soon as I sat up my cat fell where my head would have been. Had a dream about a guy I was dating when much younger. In the dream me and this guy ran a car into a brick wall. Wasn't difficult for me to figure that one out. He didn't have a car. I weirded him out that day at school when I told him I knew he wanted to break it off. I beat him to

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