In the past year and a half, I have been trying to ease myself into my abilities. I'm still a little shaky, but I feel confident that I will grow into it as I learn more, and will eventually be able to let go of fear. I first started noticing my abilities through dreams. I would receive premonitions, see dead relatives/pets, I had a really intense dream about an alien once. Anyway, lately, because I've been able to train myself to remember most of my dreams, I have quite a list of things I've dreamt through symbols that have come to pass in waking life.
Most recently, I dreamt of my cat Milk. She is often in my dreams and I believe is very much a part of me as I am of her. We recently moved, and just before it happened, I dreamt of her drowning in a fishing net, being dragged to the bottom. At the last moment, I was able to pull her up, and she survived. Not two weeks later, I was feeling bored, trapped, drowning in laziness and doubt. Milk started acting differently, and within a couple days, I noticed she was hiding in strange places, stopped purring, eating, drinking, I knew something was really wrong. Took her to the vet, found out a blood parasite had been destroying her red blood cells, her life source, not to mention oxygen. She WAS drowning. She had an emergency blood transfusion, and is now on steroids and antibiotics, recovering. Hopefully she'll be home tomorrow. I'm kicking myself now, thinking I should have known, done something sooner and whatnot.
A week after we moved here, I started having dreams about being pregnant. Regular dreams, I wasn't in control, but the entire time it's like I KNEW I was pregnant, and just continuing on. I am aware that pregnancy in dreams can mean you can be pregnant with a number of things. A new idea, project, thought. But they have continued. I dreamt of changes in my body, and the most prophetic being a dream I had where I was at a party, a friend of mine (and mother) said we needed to talk, took me into a public washroom that I recognized as my mother's washroom at her work, and said:
"You know you're not alone in there. Take care of yourself." And with a smile, the dream ended.
My question: Any moms out there that has really vivid dreams during pregnancy? For me it's too early to tell, but I am definitely feeling different.
Thanks for reading!