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Dream of Death


I was living in South Carolina (I was told by my grandmother at 10 that the women in our family are particularly sensitive, although when I asked her to be more specific, my mom jumped in and told her that it was nonsense, and to never speak of it to me again... I'm waiting to get my grandma alone just once before she passes away to ask her what she meant, although I know, mostly), and had been living with my aunt Debbie, and my cousin (and best friend at the time) Jessica. My aunt had a man living with her as well, but he was just a lodger. A drunk, dirty man. One night he came on to me and my cousin, and my aunt said that he was just drunk, but my cousin and I knew it wasn't safe to stay in the house any longer. We got an apartment by ourselves (and our closest friends), but we soon had a huge falling out, and I went to live with someone else, and she returned to her mom's.

My mom had been due to come to visit (she was living in the UK at the time) soon, as my Grandma's birthday was approaching, but one night my mom called me and told me that my aunt had died. I asked what had happened, but as she told me what she had been told, I SAW it, in my mind. I saw as my Aunt came home, after just getting off work, complaining to Jess and her boyfriend who were sitting on the couch that she was tired. She went to the sink, got herself a glass of water, and then said she was going to bed. On getting to her room, Jess and her boyfriend continued to watch TV, but then they heard a crash, and Jess flew into the bedroom to see her mom lying beside the bed, dead. I saw all this, as though I were a ghost or something, there, but not seen by anything, just observing...

My mom told me "She came home from work, went to bed, Jess heard a bang, and ran in to find her laying face down and dead..."

My "vision" I realized a short time later, was actually a dream that I had had the night before. I didn't know it, but as soon as she had told me what happened, it was like a curtain was lifted in my mind, and I was able to remember the dream, as well as the details of my aunt's death.

I've never shared this with anyone in my family, as I didn't want to scare them. One day though, I am going to ask my grandmother what she meant, because it isn't the first time I've had a prophetic dream, and I've also been known to get into the minds of people fairly easily (and people can access mine too, when we become connected), I have also had ghostly/supernatural encounters (quite a few actually)...and I'm sure that this is what she meant when she said us women in the family were 'sensitive'.

I'd just like to get more details on it... Or maybe an explanation as to WHY we are more sensitive.

Thanks for listening

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Ana (1 stories) (4 posts)
15 years ago (2008-06-05)
Some one just said that to never dream about yourself dying in dreams. I have been having dreams that come true since I was seven. I have dreamed about my grandfathers death and I knew who was going to tell me. I have dreamed that I was going to win a lot of money on a ticket and I did, ect, ect... Now for that past 4 nights I have been having a dream of me being shot and killed. I am in a house with other people and an intruder comes in and starts shooting. I see the gunman and he has a mask on and he looks right at me and then shoots me in the chest and I die. My mind I guess can't take it and so I right away start the dream all over again but this time I am aware that if I don't hide I will be killed. I hide but I have this unbeliveable fear of urgancy to hide. I am scared because I know this is one of my Psychic dream and not just an ordinary dream. SO what should I do. I am really afraid. I have 2 small children. Plus I am a twin and my twin brother also has these kind of dream. Please tell me what I should do or what do you think this dream means...
Katie (guest)
16 years ago (2007-09-09)
ye My dreams come true and I go through this all the time. What ever you do don't dream about you dying cause last time I did that I experience 2 near to death experience in the same week.
T (guest)
16 years ago (2007-07-30)
I have dreams alot... Mostly about people getting hurt and I see it clearly as if I were there in person... But I can't stop it I can't yell to be heard... I don't know why but I saw a ladie getting hurt somewhere far away from me in my dream ...woke up the next morning to seeing her on the news! It scare's the H8ll out of me to see it like this! (guest)
16 years ago (2007-07-26)
I lived a traumatic life and wonder if trauma induces sensitivity to that which we cannot physically touch. I can interpret my dreams between what is just nonsensence and what is to be. I've foreseen the loss of loved ones as well as pets. I also see crimes. It used to be quite upseting, today, it doesn't bother me, I just accept me. By the way, I've come across people that just simply don't want to know. Accept yourself and don't try to prove yourselves. Your not crazy, you have a gift. What annoys me-I can't I see the lottery numbers coming up! LOL
xena (2 posts)
16 years ago (2007-07-08)
Do you also dream about other things that come true? I do this often that's one of the reasons I'm here.
sbrl2 (guest)
16 years ago (2007-07-07)
I've heard of hyper-sensitivity passing through families (especially girls). I assume it has to do with brain development and how it is tuned to read beyond the physical conciousness. Perhaps you should take up meditation in order to "fine-tune" your unconscious mind and strengthen your sensitivity - if that's what you want. Maybe you could even look into group sessions to work with partners and people with similar abilities (family members?) so that you may advise one another on strengthening and working together to pull the power from within.

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