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Seeing Dreams That Come True


My first psychic experience was when I was about eight years old. I was doing a book project, making a diorama of one scene using Polly Pockets, Play-Doh, and other things around the house. I went to bed that night, wanting to finish the project the next day. The next morning, I remembered that my dream had been of my father placing a Polly Pocket on a wooden balcony in the back of my diorama. Sure enough, my father brought home a miniature wooden balcony, and he was the one to place the doll on it.

The dreams continued, but they were only of mundane things, like me tying my shoes in the morning, brushing my teeth, reading a book, things like that.

But they always came true.

About a year ago, the dreams stopped. I was going through a hard time, losing my dog, finding out my grandfather had cancer, school stress. My ability to predict things in my dreams slowed to a complete stop.

But now, they've started up again, and they're much more complex. I see myself going to school, what we're going to learn in math class that day, what the homework is. I see myself playing volleyball, getting a lead role in the school play.

They've all come true. Every single one of them.

My question is, why have they become so complex all of a sudden? Is it because I have grown older? Because of what has happened in my life?

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Carolyn (10 posts)
12 years ago (2012-09-18)
Its when I stop seeing my visions that I feel abnormal - lol lol
krista (9 posts)
15 years ago (2009-10-04)
I have found during times of intence stress, I stop dreaming, or forget that I've dreamed. I'm too wrapped up with the tragic circumstances of my life, that I can only deal with the here and now. Once that stress has lessened I started dreaming again, and remembering those dreams. Try to relax during stessfull times, finding ways to deal with stress in a positive way, and you'll find yourself capable of dealing with life better then ever before.
Foreverdifferent09 (10 posts)
15 years ago (2009-01-27)
Thats somewhat like what I can do, but it was reversed for me, when I was younger I would have dreams about entire days and remember them. My days would be so boring because I had already lived them in a sense but now I can only see parts of the day and sometimes big things. It's strange but intresting. Oh and try to laugh about some things you predict it can be funny sometimes! 😆 Good luck!
academylin (14 stories) (303 posts)
15 years ago (2009-01-27)
Hi savin,
The mere fact that you can remember your dreams indicates that your brain frequencies are running deep enough to be able to develop the psychic abilities you have got.

Now is your time, so what are you waiting for? Theres a whole heap of work to be done!
DON'T go running fo the first Ouija board, which seems to be the tool of choice on here!

Check out if there is a spiritualist church or centre in your neighborhood, and initially build up your own "belief system" which will afford you the protection you need for your discoveries!

Over time seek a development circle, and watch your talents grow correctly!

Love, Linx

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