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Childhood Dreams That Have Come True

 

During my adult life and in particular recently, I have experienced de javu. I have had flashbacks to vivid dreams that I had as a child.

Every place that I have worked (4) was a dream that I had as a child. People at my place of work, the buildings, the routes and means of transport to get to work and experiences that I have since encountered were in my dreams as a child.

Every home that I have lived in (4) was the same as the houses that I visited in my dreams as a child.

Decisions that I made and feelings that I experienced in my dreams I have subsequently experienced.

These flashback are becoming more frequent in the last six months.

I had a difficult childhood and was physically abused by my family and the environment was stressful for me. I would say that my life now is also stressful, with work and family life and I'm not sure if the stress is a trigger for theses flashbacks.

The flashbacks themselves occur at all times of the day when I'm awake and often I drift into a very deep sleep and wake up with a vivid recall of the dream that I have had.

I was hoping to get some help on interpreting these dreams and experiences and maybe be able to control them.

Any assistance greatly appreciated.

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SWMakiney (1 posts)
 
14 years ago (2009-04-14)
I completely understand and have used this ability since I I was a child. I still have these dreams, experience this sensation, best called déjà vu. I feel it should have another name. It is not just a "feeling" it really is an added sense like seeing, feeling, or hearing, let's call it neoprecognition temporal awareness (NpTA)

I live with and have talked to many people that do not experience NpTA. I am told I am odd or they just have no idea what that would feel like. I can only imagine it is like an individual being born without visual or aural senses. Trying to describe to them what what it mean to see or hear. Trying to describe what it means to a normal what it means to have the ability to see through time.

I have found that if I am able to sleep longer in the mornings I can force NpTA to happen regularly. This had been helpful. I get a second chance at a bad choice or decision or I can allow time to flow it's expected course.

There have been periods where NpTA has not occurre for weeks to months. At times like this there is either much stress in my life or I might have missed sleeping in regularly. In times like this I get really nervouse, the concern about I I am about to die surfaces. Also, not having the NpTA connection/feeling is unnerving and is (to me) like being blind.

One thing you mentioned, was about being abused. I too was sexually, mentally, and physically abused until I was 12 years old. I can remember performing a game of removal to cope with the moment or pain. I think this activity may have made a connection to my future self where things might b better. Maybe it is just my familial recent anf historical facination with psychic abilities. Maybe it is a generic function where my brain is tapping into an unused portion while I am sleeping. Whatever it is, I don't ever want to be without it.

If anyone would like to talk more with me about this please write. Swmakiney [at] comcast.net
granolagirl (3 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-11-14)
I believe that we all except the challenges of this life before we live it. Good or bad, there are lessons to learn. Maybe that's what your dreams/ deja vus are. Simply remembering what you previously choose... I don't know, just a thought.
jozborn (4 stories) (30 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-11-14)
I had a dream once, when I was about seven years old. I remember looking at a book with a picture that I couldn't remember when I woke up, and words that were too hard to read.

Eight years later, when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows came out, I was very excited for the book. Near the end of the book, I read a particular chapter which was oddly familiar. I finished it, then looked at the picture at the front of the chapter. Immediately I remembered the dream I had so long ago.

The point of this story? Sometimes a premonition is not just a warning. Focus less on the dreams of the past and more on dreams of the future. Sometimes precognitive dreams are symbolic, so seeing yourself in the past may be an allusion to the future.
HalfMoonX5 (42 posts)
 
14 years ago (2008-11-13)
You should look for dreams that might portray your later future, because I think that the ones that you received in you childhood were not just premonitions but warnings. There could be ways to change things now so that you create a better future for yourself. Dreaming is very hard to control, but meditation can help for the flashbacks. This helps you clear your mind, maybe help with that stress, so that thing scan coem to you easier and clear so you can decipher them better.

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