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My Dreams Come True Sometimes


As far as I can remember I've always had strong senses of deja vu, and I would realize that I had a dream about the specific moment that was happening. It was never anything substantial, just normal things like having a conversation with a friend or what not. I always considered myself to have some sort of ability because of these dreams that come true. My mother recently visited a psychic and when going through all 6 of her children, me being the youngest, the psychic told my mother that I was psychic. She told my mom that the reason I'm having my problems with depression and anxiety (my mom never told her these things) was because I'm trying to live in the present and I need to meld my two worlds together. As soon as my mom told me this I knew she was right. Now here's the tough part! I'm terrified of anything supernatural. I'm so scared of bad things coming into my life, and I'm mostly scared because I have 2 young children and the last thing I want to do is put them in any danger. I can't sleep at night anymore, because I'm so scared of hearing something (which I never do) and because I'm scared of having nighmares. I'm sure I sound like a total baby right now, I'm 23 years old and I need to grow up, but I'm so paranoid! I woke up from a nightmare last night at 3:33 am and it just scared me so badly I couldn't go back to sleep. I'm not sure if its because my subconscious mind is playing tricks on me or what, but I could really use some advice or someone to say "everything is going to be o.k." My grandmother was psychic and I believe that's why I am, but I'm just too scared to handle all this!



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futuredreams (4 stories) (66 posts)
12 years ago (2010-12-30)
The exact same thing happens to me... At least I know I'm not crazy
Elementalspiritwalker (1 stories) (3 posts)
12 years ago (2010-10-26)
Hey jessica, I have this same ability and so did my great grandmother. I know that it can be very frightening when you are faced with the unknown, but you are truly a gifted individual. I do not know if you feel a rush when you have a premonition, but whenever I have one it is as if a extremely powerful energy is surging throughout my entire body. My Gran believed that this energy was life its self. My advice would be for you to gradually step in to this magnificent world and while there is always darkness within the light you can always take protective measures for you and your family... Peace and light
Evanescent (5 posts)
12 years ago (2010-10-26)
I get that de ja vu feeling all the time. Dreams I had would come true sometimes weeks, months or even years later. I usually remember my dreams. I do not think that you have anything to fear. I, too used to fear my abilities and that an entity would come after me but, now I am a much stronger person. Do not be afraid and have the courage to accept that your abilities are an inherent part of you. They are much like a talent and there is nothing scary or weird about them. If you have a hard time sleeping say a prayer for protection... Regardless of your faith.
penfrog6 (guest)
12 years ago (2010-10-25)
Similiar things have happened to me. What are some good books for me to look at? I have troble seperating the ones that have truth from the ones that are just out to make money.
julie01 (1 posts)
12 years ago (2010-10-25)
My dreams come true too. It is very weird to dream something and then realize the next day or week that it actually happened. I was 12 years old when I dreamt that my aunt died. The next day when I got home from school my dad sat us down and told us that my mom's youngest sister died in the middle of the night. It's not just death that I see either. My cousin's g/f had horrible teeth well I never heard her mention getting them done but one night I dreamt that she had replaced all of her teeth before they moved to South Carolina. A few nights later... My mom told me that she had gotten her teeth done... I don't just dream things. I have found that sometimes what I say WILL come true! I have wished death, car accidents and heart attacks on some not so nice people. And they all came true. So I don't wish bad on people anymore.

I have found that drinking tea that makes you fall asleep knocks me out and I don't remember my dreams... Try it:O)
pegs_deborah (3 stories) (112 posts)
12 years ago (2010-10-25)
I have precognitive dreams. Actually, I found this site through a precognitive dream. Whenever possible, I try to validate my precognitive dreams. Precognitive dreaming is the ability to dream the future. I had a dream that a person who I was friends with at the time (no longer am - long story) visited this website. They posted a story about having contact with a departed friend via Ouija. It was weird because in the dream I saw - like a movie in my mind- the contact with the friend via Ouija and, though I can't prove it, I knew that the contact was all in this person's head (ex-friend has mental health issues). To make a long story short, I looked up this website just to see if it existed. Lo and behold it does.

I can understand how knowing the future can cause depression and anxiety. Believe me, I understand. It's difficult coping with such abilities because often we know the outcome of circumstances or the true nature of people even though others don't. These abilities can be very isolating. Yet, they don't have to be. Someone suggested reading books on psychic abilities and I think that is a good suggestion. Talking to people who have had similar experiences to yours will help too.
Doublemint (3 stories) (261 posts)
12 years ago (2010-10-22)
Déjà vu feelings, such as when a place or person seems familiar, are another form of intuitive thinking, and can be utilized to make judgments. The dream most likely caused by fear of unknown I would pick up as easy book to read on psychic abilities nothing fancy which should help ease your mind.


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