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How to Interpret Warnings in Dreams

 

When I was a little girl I shared a bedroom with my baby brother. I was about 4 years old when I woke up one night to find a man standing over my brother's crib. He didn't look angry or mean, he looked curious and peaceful. I must have gone back to bed and in the morning I told my mother about him. She kind of brushed it off as a bad dream, but as I described what the man looked like, she noticed my description fit that of my grandmother's third husband who died a few years before I was born. I had never met him, never seen a picture of him, or anything like that. When she pulled out an album and showed me the picture I told her that was the man. She couldn't believe it.

About a year or so earlier, while my mother was still pregnant, she (a 2nd grade teacher) sat me on her lap at her desk and showed me her desk calendar. My brother's due date was in mid-June. My mother asked me what day I wanted my baby brother born on, and I looked at the month of May and pointed to the 19th. He was born May 19th just a few months later.

As I got older I didn't experience many things. I used a Ouija board once and "made contact" with whom I thought was my great grandpa. I asked it a question that my friend who was playing with me would not know. It answered correctly. The question was, "what was the name of the plastic dog you made for my mother in the toy factory you used to work in?" the answer was "Farfel". I almost cried as it spelled it out. I remember trying to pull the game piece away from the words because I was scared, but it wouldn't let me. I knew I wasn't spelling it out and I knew my friend wasn't either, because she didn't know the answer.

Recently I moved to NYC with my boyfriend. After an argument we had, I began talking in my head to my recently deceased great grandmother asking her for strength and to teach me how to stay calm like she always was. I obviously did not get an answer. So I went to bed that night assuming it was just me venting.

In the morning I went to work early and later got a phone call from my boyfriend who said that after I left for work, he woke up and when he opened his eyes he saw her standing over the bed looking at him in a stern manor. I was shocked. I hadn't told him I spoke to her and honestly we both hadn't spoken about her for a long time (it had been over a year since her death). I couldn't believe it.

About a year later my friend was sick with cancer. I went to visit him in the hospital. After seeing him so sick I felt I couldn't go back to see him. I was too scared. One night, a little over a month after the visit, I had a random dream about him. In my dream he wasn't talking, he was just following me everywhere I went. When I woke up I said to myself "I have to go visit him, that was a sign". Later that night I received the news that he had died that night, around the same time I was dreaming.

I have dreams, a lot of vivid ones, and they usually end up happening. I get deja vu a lot, and I tend to be able to predict dates of things. Just recently I was looking at a calendar of March and had a strong feeling when I came across the date March 29th. I don't know yet what it means and I am sure I will have a dream that will tell me, but I do know I dread that date now.

I wish to make these visions stronger. I want to be able to know how to channel these things properly. What do I do with these experiences? I've decided I am going to keep a journal of my dreams. Every time I have a dream I tell someone immediately in case something really happens. I don't want people thinking I am crazy or lying about my experiences.

For instance, In the beginning of 2007 I had been having a reoccurring dream that there was an earth quake in NYC and I am trying to get from my office to find my boyfriend at his and get to our home to get out dog, and the Chrysler building falls down. I had this dream twice. I don't know if that means that this is going to happen or not, but I do remember only a few days after I had the dream a second time that steam pipe exploded in Manhattan in front of the Chrysler building.

I remember watching it from my office and thinking to myself, "Oh my God, this was my warning..." (FYI: My boyfriend works right by where this happened). I thought maybe my dream was a warning not to go near that area, especially since I take that very same avenue to get from my office to my boyfriend's when I meet him after work. In fact, the exact bus I take was later pictured in a newspaper sitting right in front of the explosion.

Help! Any advice on how to deal with this?

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Flutterofwings (28 stories) (257 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-02-29)
[at] Edmund, I liked your comment here. I am quite psychic and my partner is a non believer, and your right the more I am the more he is not. And if both partners were psychics they may not get sleep I think that could be true. I have had horrible dreams that came true, not that I wanted it to or hoped it come true but did. I like this story will go in my favoirites list.
KimSouthO (2 stories) (11 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-25)
As I have stated and you can see from the date of this comment, I am new to this site and very new to trying to accept and figure out what occurs within me and others with abilities and with paranormal.

I wanted to offer a simple 'Thank You' for sharing your story.

I know you ahve asked for assistance, and it appears the others are offering advice, I have none to offer at this point but am learning. It is wonderful to read stories like this and know I am not alone.

God Bless!
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-25)
Holli - I think in ways you remind me of a younger version of myself. Tara also. Dreaming, but the dreams would feel different, clearer. Sometimes with premonitions to do things that don't seem logical, but work out. I suppose this worries me a little. Even young, I was never careful. I could tell you stories, but you wouldn't believe them. I wouldn't. Even after decades of telling myself to be fearful and careful if some nut is after me, either in school or at a job to bring me down or physically threatening, something in me clicks, get angry, and refuse to back down or run. Well, I can only hope that you have more sense. Just take care.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-25)
Tara - I wonder that if something is too sad, we dream it another way, to prepare us but not know exactly what it is.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-25)
True Edmund, although I think they are a little just to understand even if they'd never admit it. On the night of my daughter's last big mess-up, I woke up and was staring at a quiet TV. Then the hubby woke and asked me why. Then his cell phone rang. He said that he didn't want to talk to anyone that late. I knew he didn't but told him he had to, might be one of the kids. Well, it was. Another lesson under the belt I guess.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-25)
Guess my mom alert has been high. About 3 weeks ago, my 19 daughter got herself in a real mess. Then a week ago, got a promotion of sorts at work and will be living in Hawaii and has to start 2-11. She'll be here in a little before that to drop of her car, which we're still paying on. When I told my sister, she died laughing and asking how one person could mess up like my daughter and luck in to stuff like her. Both her boss here and there are older females so maybe they're looking out for her too.
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-25)
It really is hard to tell sometimes Tara, you're right. Is it literal, or is it symbolic? I'm still trying to figure that part out, LOL.
taralynn (2 stories) (13 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-25)
well hi everyone, it seems that I always read the stories that Hollinor, Glenda, and Edmund read and comment on... Or maybe we are the only ones who read and comment... Any ways I seemed to be drawn to this story, maybe because I just had a weird dream sort of come true. NYC is such a great city to be part of Kira (hope that's your name). As I have discovered dreams can mean all sorts of things, I find that warning dreams are warning (surprise), and are some times a heads up. Take for instance this dream: I just dreamed of these large breathing holes, "sacks", filled with rats, they would all take a deep breath together, and they were all sleeping. It was like pods of rats. These were in the front yard of my grandmothers house. Now for three days I thought, gosh this means something, but what? Tonight my mom called to tell me that my aunt has lung cancer. It seems strange, but then I thought of the "breathing sacks" filled with rats. OK so all that to say that your earth quake could mean many things. Just be ready for what happens, I guess you could say you have been warned. I hope there isn't one, my brother lives and works there too : ). Good luck dreaming, I hope you get more sleep then I do! Tara
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-24)
LOL Glenda, when I read what you typed to Edmund, I knew exactly what you were getting at! On another note, sometimes when I read your posts, I pick up emotions from them. I feel a connection to you for some reason. Actually, what I get is motherly, caring vibrations from you. What's that all about? LOL! 😆
Edmund (578 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-24)
GlendaSC... No offense taken like Holli could tell you if your in the Army you will learn how to shoot. My thing was communications ! But kind of off subject most people with psychic ability have a pretty non psychic partner. The more gifted one is the partner tends to be more of a non believer. If two psychics take up residence together I really don't think anybody would ever get any sleep !
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-24)
Sorry Edmund - that was joke because Holli feels a fireman or policeman is playin some role, large or small, in her future. I threw it out to be flippant. My sense of humor sometimes gets the best of me... Probably you were more into weapons. Nothing wrong with that.
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-23)
Thanks Edmund! He was a different person when I was with him. His mother told me that after I left him, he changed, and he even admitted that to me himself recently. I do wish he would get his crap together... You don't get to be selfish when you have kids depending on you. 😢
Edmund (578 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-23)
hollinor... Its this part that's interesting to me " I have to get these clothes back in before the twins come in here, trip over them, and get hurt..." its a concern about his mental status and how it relates to the twins. Its almost like I hear you say get your s___ together ! And then this part "Oh, I like this girl a lot better than the one he had before!" is the you didn't act like this when we were together or if I was here... But then again you figured that out when you said you still care about his welfare !

Glenda... Never was a cop or a fireman !
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-23)
Hey guys! Oatmeal raisin and chocolate chip are right up my alley! 😆 Oh wait, I'm on a diet. Well, one or two won't hurt. LOL! 🤔

Yeah, I know I dream according to my emotional state. But I like that I get a heads up on other people in my life's emotional state too. I had this dream about my twin's dad not too long ago. For the past month, he has cut himself off from everyone, including his mother, which he has never done. Anyway, I dreamt I was in his bedroom. I knelt down next to his bed which had drawers underneath. All of these clothes (and a bed comforter!) were overflowing out of the drawers. I said to him, "I have to get these clothes back in before the twins come in here, trip over them, and get hurt..." Now mind you, all this time he is just standing there staring at me and hasn't said a word the entire time. I get all the clothes back in the drawer, then we go outside to leave (I have no idea where we are going). As we are walking out of the front door, I see his neighbor standing outside of her door. She is looking at me, but doesn't say a word, but I can hear her thoughts! She thinks, "Oh, I like this girl a lot better than the one he had before!" We get into the car, and I wake up.

I have NO idea what that was about, but it has been weighing on my mind. I have no intention of hooking back up with him, but I still care enough to be concerned about his welfare. Any ideas guys?!
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-23)
Edmund - Thought I "read" you were military. Then wondered if just earlier service I was catching. Choc chip? Were you ever a policeman or fireman?
Edmund (578 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-22)
GlendaSC... Retired military... I think that hollinor has the ability to have dreams that are relative to the emotional state that she is in at the time. I think its like a T.V. Tuner the state of mind tunes in a future event scenario. Pretty awesome stuff... And chocolate chip cookies are good for the soul. 😁
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-22)
Edmund - I always try to read the profiles of those I write or respond to here. I could have sworn that it said you were military, but read again and don't see that. Did I make it up? Are you military? I'll make cookies too! Haha! Oatmeal raisin.

Holli - I'm sorry for your stress. I always loose touch a little in those times also. Our senses focus on the now things to keep up safe and sane. It will soon be good I hope. Internet people make me a little uneasy, but I feel you are fine. Good luck and take care.
Edmund (578 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-22)
hollinor... There can also be a duality to dreams also... They can be a vision of the future and at the same time tell us our state of mind like no matter how I try to rise above everything "skyscraper" life seems to overwhelm me "ocean,wave " I'll have to send you some telepathic calmness or bake you some cookies. 😁
hollinor (3 stories) (127 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-22)
Hello fellow dreamer! I know just how you feel. I have those kind of dreams at least four or five days out of the week. But there have been times where I will have them every night. I got goosebumps when you talked about New York. There have been two dreams I've had concerning that place. Both dreams were on different dates, but it was the same situation in each one. My mother and I were in a high-rise apartment building. The apartment had floor to ceiling glass windows. I knew that we were on a pretty high floor. As I looked out on the city, I saw a wall of water headed right for us. Each time I woke up before it hit. These two dreams took place before that movie "The Day After Tomorrow" came out. I remember feeling sick when I saw it, because it was EXACTLY like I saw in my dream.

I just purchased a book on understanding my dreams. It has helped some, but I am not all the way through it yet. My concern is that I don't get a time frame on my dreams. I've had some that took two years to show up, and few (like when I saw the end of the world), haven't manifested yet.

I've been pretty stressed lately, so when I dream, I wake up and can't remember what I dreamt. That is rare that I can't remember my dreams, so I know it has to do with my stress level. When we get settled into our new place on Feb. 1st, I know the flood gates will open back up.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-21)
Kira - you feel a lot and you want to protect people. You will protect some, but some you just can't. It isn't up to us who moves on. Live your life and don't freak yourself out. That's my advice - and have a good laugh now and then. I'm pretty mellow unless upset. I try to stay mellow all the time.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-01-21)
Kira - I was about 19 when I realized people found me odd. Had always been sheltered a lot before that. Later, much later, realized they found me really odd. Well the more I think about "grand" purposes, the sillier it seems. What is that? I learn a lot in the little things. Never liked attention. It can be a little scary sometimes. I scare myself, but laughter is good. We take things so seriously. It's just school. We're learning.

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