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When I was younger, I had a lot of precognitive dreams. They started from the time I was about five or six until the time I was twelve.

Basically it would be simple things that I would see. Like school being closed or walking through the snow to school or eating something particular. Then I started to see more of the abnormal things, like an old lady sitting in my room one moment and the next nothing. Or the same lady covering me with covers in the middle of the night.

So I started seeing spirits too, I guess. It was nothing out of the abnormal or anything like that, especially to a young child. There was also a little girl that would run around my old neighborhood and suddenly vanish into thin air. Of course living by a graveyard didn't help matters.

However, when I was twelve I had a very startling precognitive dream that came true immediately that I tried to change. I won't go into details as the dream and the event itself was traumatic and not a very good post for sensitive minds.

Basically, though, after that event, I blocked my mind from perceiving and my sight from seeing, I guess to say. I put up a wall that was strong and blocked everything out.

One of my questions in coming here today is there a way to break down a mental wall that has been put up? I want to start developing this skill, if it has not left me yet. I know at times I can dream the future, but it only happens under extreme duress or when I haven't had enough sleep.

Another of my questions is how can I develop this skill if I do have it?

And the last question is precognition sort of hereditary? My mother has had these dreams when she was young, and still does. Now, I have them and I am pretty sure that it will carry on to my children.

Thanks for the time.

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Newblood (1 stories) (202 posts)
12 years ago (2011-11-25)
The human mind can do a lot some limits are ok to push some are not. Things maybe passed through genetics, but also can just mean you guys have different brain activity going on then others.
pegs_deborah (3 stories) (112 posts)
12 years ago (2011-11-22)
I think simply being open to the idea of accepting your precognitive abilities is a big step forward in regaining them. I would imagine that if you have a willing heart and an open mind that that would be what is most needed in regaining your abilities. I would imagine that second it would be necessary to pay attention to those dreams you do have that come true - which it sounds as if you already do. I think you should also attempt to read as much as you can about precognitive dreams and psychic abilities. Finally, I think speaking to other psychics - such as you are doing via this website- is helpful, too.

I have been told many times before that meditation is a necessary step for regaining and developing psychic abilities. Thus, pick up a book about meditation or buy some meditation CDs or read about it on the internet. It really does help, btw.

Finally, yes, I do think precognitive or psychic abilities are hereditary. I have several family members who have had psychic experiences. My aunt has clairaudient abilities - (she hears spirits) - and my sisters have had precognitive dreams. These are just a few of my family members who have had these experiences.

Good luck on your journey. It isn't easy to decide to delve back into our psychic abilities once we have had a traumatic experience but it is very brave of you to do so.
Yuminia (1 stories) (1 posts)
13 years ago (2011-11-21)
Thanks for the advice, Kristina.

It is hard knowing I have this ability and trying to deal with the fact that I put up a wall to block it. Sometimes, I miss my lovely future dreams, as they were always the most remembered.

I am hoping that with enough practice and determination, I can regain this ability since other ones have come to recent light. But I love my first ability.
Kristina (4 stories) (31 posts)
13 years ago (2011-11-20)
For the first question, yes, there is a way to tear down the mental wall. I have the same abilities that you have, and all it requires is determination and, sometimes a little help from sprits, or at least, that's what helped me. One way you could get your future ability back is to look and/or think about something you want to know the future about right before you fall asleep. It can be difficult at first, but it's useful.

The second question: Practice. Every night, practice the ability. If it does not come up one night, don't be upset. Be patient.

I hope I helped! ~~Kristina

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