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My Life Has Been Flipped Upside Down By My Dreams


I just got an account with you guys and gals today in hopes that some of you might give me some assistance with an ongoing issue. Even at age 7 I noticed little things about myself that didn't seem odd at the time but blew up in my face later on. Like, the night before my first day of school I had a dream that was different than any dream I'd ever had. It was a dream that I didn't remember. The next day I was standing at the bus stop when a very strange feeling crept over me. Suddenly the feeling grew to a small knot (the kind you get when you're nervous) in my stomach as the bus approached. When I looked at the big yellow and black vehicle, the smell of diesel gas filled my head and I couldn't help but notice the fact that the dream I had (but couldn't for the life me remember) the night before was playing itself like a movie right before my eyes! The big numbers on the upper left side of the bus were exactly the same, as was the face and voice that greeted me as I stepped up to the stairs to board.

For many years after that, I have been plagued by these dreams that tell my future but evade my memory and make me feel like a complete fool when I try and try to explain them to other people only to be given blank stares followed by, "Whatever your addictions are, you need to give them up...they're playing with your mind." Countless times have I been sitting in class, watching t.v., or merely carrying out my day when these scenes that feel like first-person movies pop up in my face, and I can tell you what's about to happen next in those enigmatic 40-50 seconds of life and then proceed to tell you that I dreamt it up two weeks ago... I have given up Christianity, all thoughts about Heaven and Hell, and basically happiness because how can a person live life knowing that all of their movements and the movements of the people around them are chosen for them hundreds of years before they are even born?

It's something that has fractured my life and has caused a distance between my family and friends...ohh, who am I kidding-- WHAT friends? Yah, I'm pretty much an outcast. I feel so different than everyone else, even the people that believe they can see the future. THEY can remember their prophetic dreams. I can't so, to wrap this whole thing up, I'm basically asking, is there anyone here or out there that is even remotely close to who I am? Is there a name for me? I believe in 'A' God, but not 'THE God' and I also don't believe in Heaven or Hell. I don't feel like everyone else in terms of "Psychic and Medium Experiences" because in one way or another they believe in God and have feelings about afterlife and divination and so on and so forth, were I simply don't.

Where's my place in this world?

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a_sad_jester (1 stories) (1 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-20)
I thank you folks for your input. I haven't yet given my mind any practice like writing down my dreams or writing down my 'episodes' as pegs_deborah put it. I also haven't tried meditation because my mind is like an AC/DC concert. It's very hard to quiet my mind and concentrate when something in my head is constantly hitting me with bad memories about my childhood and how the things I've done and the things done to me are affecting my world now. Life to me seems like one big domino effect all over the world. But I will try your methods and see if I can get this under my control.
Thank You 😁
crossingover1111 (5 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-19)
I have had precog dreams since I was young.
I am now 46 and still have them. Cant always remember them until they happen in real life. I sometimes wonder what is supposed to be real, my dreams or my waking hours. I once dreamt (when I was 17) about a friend dying and I told my few friends and boyfriend at the time. I went on vacation only to come back and find out my friend had died how I stated. What was strange about the dream was how vivid it was and it was told to me by someone I could not see. There was black all around and a light ahead in the distance as this entity was speaking to me. Next thing I know, I am watching my friend in the hospital (from above) surrounded by his good friends in a very bright white room.
And then he died. Another thing that was strange is when my friend Jenny told me the night I got back that Kevin had died I could not believe what I was hearing. I looked up in the sky and saw a falling star and started crying. I think that was his way of saying he was OK. (I live in Vegas and we don't see falling stars since we are already lit up like a Christmas Tree) Since that dream all my friends thought I was weird and told me not to tell them if they were going to die. Like I would know. After that incident, I have been searching for answers as to why these things happen to me. Many, many more stories from my life but that is one I will always remember.
I don't think you are odd. It is the others who are since they do not posess our gift.
If you can call it that. And an added note, I have come to believe in a power greater than myself along with my spirit guide that has helped me through my life thus far. Try to talk to yours when you are quiet and listen. They are here to help us.
g1raff3 (2 stories) (9 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-18)
It happens to me too!

Don't try to figure it out or fix it. Just let it be.
Kenichi (4 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-18)
Dude, I have the exact same problems as you. After a while I decided not to tell anyone anymore. But now I notice I begin to remember my dream whenever I think about things like psychics and the future. Maybe it's just my mindset, but you should probably try it. And don't let it make you angry or put you down
Peasant_Girl (3 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-17)
I have gone threw similar experience as well on a daily basis. I'm currently suffering now with sleep issues (cant get any) but this has not stopped the visions. I to feel different them some people but my visions have taught me that everyone has abilities they just use them differently. Did you ever feel as though, what you have seen in advance, is kind of like giving you a second chance at something and yet you really don't knnow if you did anything different at all. As for your faith or beleif in god, I, with all my heart and soul believe in One Creator, and that Everything on this planet stemmed from One thing, We are All, everyone and everything, connected to eachother. My life is a dream and I have been given the chance to live it good or bad, sad or happy, I know at the end of it I will find my True and eternal happiness, just as I hope you find yours.
birdzgoboom (guest)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
The same thing happens to me! And actually, I have deja vu a LOT but I don't remember where from. When I wake up I usually remember the dream for a few minutes and then the memory of it vanishes completely, to the point that I can't even remember if I dreamed or not! You aren't alone, and I hope you find your place soon, because everyone has a place in this world.
MidnightBlueSwan (8 stories) (134 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
I am similar to you up to some extent. I also have dreams about future events, and sometimes I can't recall them either until they happen. When you dream about the future it is called a precognition. This means you're a clairvoyant, someone who can see the future! Just like me! And sometimes (who am I kidding? Most of the time) I am an outcast among peers, adults and just total strangers! So I know how you feel to some extent!

~May the light guide your path, so your destiny will never be clouded by doubt or indecision
Stark (2 stories) (52 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
bro, I know how you feel. I can do the exact same thing except the people around me have developed a bit of their power as well. REMEMBERING IS THE HARDEST ASPECT OF FORESIGHT. Don't get too depressed because you can't remember. Heres a little exorcise you can do to start remembering. Every time you wake up, write down in a note book every detail of your "dreams" that you can remember. I know it can be a bit tedious but it can help with the whole not remembering thing. Also a daily meditation would also be helpful. Just try not to get discouraged because people look at you like a retard, they are the ones who are still "asleep" and it is our duty to help the rest of the world to wake up to true reality. Every one in the world has the ability to do this type of stuff.


Go that site and begin your ascended masters training with the members of team light.

Watergirl101 (guest)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
There is no such thing as pure meditation. Meditaion is simply a way to highten your senses and imporve abilities. Even if you don't have abilities it gives you inner peace.
Newblood (1 stories) (202 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
Well I meditate but there is more then one way there is the way when you have a straight connection and then there is the pur meditation and I choose to use the herb of healing it is one of the most simple ways to meditate but not always the best because it is kind of the cheating way of meditating and the punishment for that is why people get so destracted when they use it.
zackterz (35 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
let me guess you have just noticed your are a phiych. Let me say this you have enterd stage 1 I suggest if you want to learn more abought what you do on the top you click the article button there are some articlas that may help. I have a question for almost evryone on this site what's with all the meditaion stuff I don't do meditation and aprently I have never met a physic stronger than me. The problem is yes it can help but you don't need to take time out of your day to realy do that all you realy half to do is just think abought what has happnd today that hasnt happnd before and prtise it.
NIIZUKI (7 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
You will know your place in this world If you open-up to it and to our Creator. To your question, God is simply telling you to move on. You have just simply given up your marvel on everything, you have stopped to wonder, and so no answer you will get. Get on with it, and LIVE.
HaruNoTsuki (guest)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
im sorry about what happened. But if anything, you do have a place in this world. Everyone is born for a reason. I feel real bad about this, you must feel really lonely. I wish I could help you but your ability is quite strange. I think I have an ability exactly like yours but it doesn't happen so often. Good luck. I hope things turn out better for you
rosamarie (1 stories) (8 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-15)
It needn't be that your choices are totally set. If you see yourself stepping round a corner and being hit by a car, you can choose to turn around and not go that way. I'm not religious either, but I don't believe in destiny. I've had flashes of insight myself - and I've also chosen to ignore them.
Like, it hasn't rained here for a while and there was no sign of it raining. Yesterday I suddenly knew that today, my washing would get rained on about noon - I don't watch TV and I hadn't seen the weather forecast, and it didn't look about to rain yesterday at all. I went out and got it in late that morning with that in mind, and right afterwards it started raining - but it didn't get wet since I'd brought it in.

I like to think of precognition as a kind of pre-telepathy. Like you know the choices that will lead to a certain action in advance - but they might not play out exactly like that, because someone might change their mind, or it just may not happen like that. All you know is that the choices of now will probably lead to an action. You can make a conscious choice to avoid the consequences of what you see.

We don't live in a totally purposeful universe; perhaps it was started with something in mind, but everything we see, if looking rationally, says that it's just a universe of action and effect. We have free will. Nothing is totally set in stone.
pegs_deborah (3 stories) (112 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-15)
Well, you ask some pretty complicated questions which I'm sure all of us on this site struggle with. I'm responding to your letter because I feel I can relate a lot to what you are going through. However, I don't know that I will be able to help you (though I will try to give you constructive advice).

I have had precognitive dreams my whole life. I can remember precognitive dreams from when I was around 2 years old (my father died a few months before my 3rd birthday). The first experience that really stuck with me and made me realize what exactly made me different from others was when I was 13 (I had known I was different somehow but until this time I couldn't put my finger on it). I don't know why exactly this experience struck me so intensely but it did. Afterwards, (though I didn't have a name for what I experienced) I knew that it was my sensitivity that made me so different. The experience was, in a very short explanation, a dream I had come true about another person whose feelings ended up being very hurt by another person. I remember after the dream came true and the realization of what it meant about me feeling very lonely. Loneliness has pretty much haunted me my whole life but this was a deeper feeling of no one will ever understand this because no one has experiences like mine.

I think all people feel they are different from time to time but to be psychic is to be unique. While I believe psychic abilities are something every person has, few people choose to flex their psychic muscle. Those of us who do often feel isolated. Let me tell you a little more about me: I am 32 years old and I am English teacher (I also have a degree in History). I have a Masters in English and have recently decided to go back to school to be a Therapist. I am well-educated and I know that conventional scientific rationale's say that psychic phenomena is not possible. Yet, I also know they are wrong because I do experience precognitive dreams and they are very, very real.

My dreams are such that I have a dream and often it doesn't come true until anywhere from 2 months - 5 years later. The majority of my dreams take years to unfold. Thus, I used to have dreams and dismiss them until *bam* something would happen that I had dreamt about. I would tell people this and I believe most of them humored me. My family is pretty open minded and believed me but there were a lot of questions such as "well, why didn't you say something about this dream before this happened" or "if you knew this, why didn't you stop these events." I have gotten to the point where I can, for the most part, recognize dreams that are precognitive immediately after having the dream. Unfortunately, it still takes months, even years, for them to unfold. Thus, I often have dreams, know they are precognitive, then have to wait years for me to be validated. As a result of all that waiting, I often experience frustration and depressions and a lot of self-doubt until suddenly the events start to unfold exactly the way I dreamt them. I have been back and forth questioning my own sanity. I often worry about the state of my mental health. I even went so far as to tell my mother that I thought there was something wrong with me mentally. My paternal grandmother has schizophrenia and I worried I had this. My mother assured me I do not.

It is frustrating to know future information and to struggle with what you are supposed to or not supposed to do with it. I have problems with depression because of my abilities. I can't imagine how difficult it would be to have the dreams and not remember them until the events happen. My mother does not have precognitive dreams. However, she has had problems her entire life with remembering her dreams. This is the technique she started and, amazingly enough, it helped her to remember her dreams. Perhaps it will help you as well.

She kept a small notebook and pen by her bedside. Immediately upon waking, she would write in this notebook what her dreams were. Now her problem is that she would forget her dreams immediately upon waking. She was instructed to nevertheless get into the habit each morning of writing her dreams even if it meant only writing "I cannot remember my dreams." It actually helped her recall her dreams and today she doesn't have near the problems with dream recall that plagued her for over 50 years of her life.

Now, I don't know if your problem is with recalling every dreams or if it is just with recalling psychic dreams. However, I would suggest that if you don't currently write down your dreams then get into the habit. Write down all your dreams. Even the ones that you don't think are psychic. I would also suggest the next time you have an episode where suddenly you realize the events you are experiencing are events you dreamt about then write that down in your journal as well. Even if all you can write down is: "Such and such happened to day and I dreamt it before but can't remember the dream." Often times, the very act of writing not only triggers memories but somehow gives our unconscious "Permission" to retain more information in the future.

In addition, read as much literature as you can about dreams and precognition, etc. Also, talk to as many people as you can who also have precognitive experiences. Your joining this site is a step in the right direction. The more you open your mind and learn about these experiences the better able you will be at remembering them. Good luck.

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