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I Saw My Youth In Adolescence

 

When I was about 5 or 6 I was suffering from pneumonia and my lungs collapsed. I was clinically dead for 3 minutes and was brought back with an adrenaline shot. I have no memory of anything that I might have seen, nor a memory of it happening. It was then that I started becoming more sensitive to my surroundings. I had a dream that same year. I had this dream every year until I was 10 years old.

My mother and I are sitting on an unfamiliar couch in an unfamiliar house facing in the direction of the television set. My dad storms in from behind us and mutates into a monster. He chases my mother and I into what I know is the master bedroom but again, I do not recognize the room. We barricade the door with a dresser and I always woke up before the door collapsed in.

It took me a while to realize that my brother was never in the dream. When I was nine years old we moved south into a house that once it was furnished I suddenly recognized it. Around the time I turned 10 my father and brother got into a domestic dispute and my brother was arrested. He was placed in a facility for rehab and mental health. Since that arrest my father became more angry and easily violent. My mother and I were constantly caught in his angry path and my brother was hardly at home for most of my youth. Usually my father's "monster" rages stemmed from something my brother would do.

I was very frightened when I recognized the house and realized what had happened. And I always wondered if there was something I could have done. After I stopped having the monster dream I would have more dreams concerning places I would go to years later, and even buildings. My dreams always seem much more symbolic and need interpreting. I'm annoyed by them because they are not the types of dreams that come true so suddenly.

Recently I connected with a professor of mine. She is pregnant and due in a couple of months. I simply dreamt of her. I was pregnant but I knew I was her and in the dream I felt anxious. I didn't make much sense to me why I was dreaming about her. I am a little baby crazy but not to that extent. The next day I had email correspondence with her about an assignment. She's a very open person and mentioned to me that the day before she had fallen down some stairs and no one had stopped to help her.

A couple of weeks later. I came into a fortune of cookies after going through a travel fair on campus. I didn't know what to do with the cookies and I didn't want any for myself. I decided I'd bring one to my professor thinking about her pregnancy. The next day she sent me another email thanking me for bringing her this cookie. She said that on her way to class she remembered that she wanted to bring a snack with her and was upset that she hadn't brought one.

I don't know if I should take these latest instances as coincidence or sensitivity. I've never been uber psychic or able to read minds and predict things. I just happen to have a lot of deja vu. I can't count how many times I've called or texted someone and they were just about to call me or thinking of me.

Does any one have an informative opinion about my experiences?

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kallulah (2 stories) (3 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-05-08)
I'm not saying I won't meditate. I just need to find the time. Lol. I recently took a zen workshop. Learned some basics about meditating.
alex_ (5 stories) (24 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-05-07)
Try meditating! Meditating can really strengthen abilities. If you meditate everyday you'll begin to find yourself feeling better and the dreams will increase. When I was younger I used to have "deja vu" dreams. They stopped happening though.
Recently I discovered I was an Empath, and had forgotten about the dreams and wanted to be a medium. So I began meditating to further strengthen and help both my empathy and being a medium. Turns out I had my first "deja vu" dream I've had in YEARS. And although it was simple, it amazed me that after beginning meditation so recently I was already beginning to dream of future events again.
kallulah (2 stories) (3 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-05-07)
I've always figured that my NDE may have influenced my sensitivity to these things. My biggest problem is that I can't figure out why my dreams sometimes take years to be realized. And usually they're about the most trivial things. I once had a dream that involved a horse ranch. Everything about it was pretty real and inviting. Two years later I decided to take an out of the blue mid-day road trip just to clear my thoughts and enjoy a beautiful day. I just so happened upon that ranch and I recognized it instantly. I wish I could branch out to more worldly dreams instead of premonitions involving my own life. I just can't seem to tap into that.
SarahMarie33 (2 stories) (10 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-05-07)
i have a lot of deja vu too, but I can't predict things, I just feel peoples emotions. Its frusterating that I can't really DO anything. So I understand you! Just remember your not alone:) Good luck in the future!
alex_ (5 stories) (24 posts)
 
10 years ago (2009-05-07)
You've had what I believe they call a NDE (near death experience, meaning you were clinically dead for a little while but "came back to life"). I've watched a few videos about it, and from what I've learned they've been known to increase psychic ability by a long shot. I watched an interview with a man who had a NDE once and he also had visions of future events. His weren't about himself but rather about the world but his NDE was wayyyy more intense.

The point is, most likely your increased psychic ability over the years is from the experience. Especially since the dreams started after you had it, rather than before.

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