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Is This Scary Dream Going To Come True?

 

My dreams have a habit of coming true. Sometimes I have dreams and days weeks or even months later they end up coming true. Now I don't know how severe this is but I had a dream last night that me and my mom were in an empty parking lot and the car was parked and she was going in a store by herself and she left the door half open for me bc she didn't want the ac on the car. So right after she gets out a man approaches her and she runs around to the other side of the car. He comes to the window and his head is in the window and I'm terrified! I turn my head and see my mom trying to open up my side of the door and she looks so scared. Also her wallet was on the driver seat. And I see her purse which is red and made of beads. His outfit looks rather bummish as if he was a hobo, and he has a full beard dull brown/ graying.

I don't remember what happens to me or my mom but I remember after this being in a police station and their thanking me. They say he is a bad sexual offender and that he somehow knew my car would be in the parking lot because they found a report on my car and then I see through the eyes of another police officer as he's reading and I know what he's thinking! He decided not to tell my mom the man knew where we lived so we wouldn't be scared. Also the policemen showed us these pics of two women laying face down on a bed naked on top of the pics the names "NADIA" are there and then I hear a man saying wow look at that ass. Please tell me. Is this going to come true? I'm so scared.

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tgmyfolwy (6 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-11-06)
Just noticed that it has been a month since this post. Curious now... So did the dream ever actually come true?
tgmyfolwy (6 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-11-06)
I've had an insanely large number of "psychic" thoughts/premonitions turn out to be true in the last 7 months or so--ever since I became pregnant, oddly. Well, a few nights ago, it was around 5am and I was simply flipping through my Netflix queue with my fiance next to me and suddenly, out of nowhere, I got the feeling that there was something wrong with one of my parents. The feeling was overwhelming and was prompted by absolutely nothing. It was just like all the other things that had turned out to be true these past months--just so random and out of absolutely nowhere--and for that reason, I couldn't get it out of my head.

A couple minutes later, still worried, I told my fiance I was going to call my parents because I felt like there was definitely something wrong with one of them (heart attack/stroke/etc.). We talked back and forth for a few minutes and he finally just convinced me to leave it alone and try to forget about it, which I eventually did. As it turns out, nothing happened that night, and both my parents are just fine. Despite those many other things coming true, sometimes we have horrible thoughts--and ESPECIALLY dreams--that are just that, dreams. I already skimmed the responses on here and I know that many people would vehemently disagree but my 2 cents is just not to worry about it.
BENTOP (1 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-10-04)
I believe it will come true if no action is taken. You are fortunate to be shown an outcome and therefore you must take action to prevent it. I've had many experiences such as yours. They can be frightening. But also, look on the bright side: you can do something about it. You were given information that otherwise you wouldn't have and take preventive action. In the example you gave, it would be simple common sense.

I warned people of things in the past; they know of my abilities. I've also told them 'If you get a message from me telling you to stop what you're doing, stop driving, get off the road now, etc. DO IT. Don't question me. Don't waste time, just do it as I may not have any time to explain why'

The urgency of your premonitions tell me to take it for what it is. Don't waste time analyzing it, checking the vibrations, symbolism, etc. Action must be taken immediately.

Just because you have a vision of something happening, does not necessarily mean it will happen. You now have more information than you did before to make it NOT happen.

These visions can be scary. But try to turn it around and look at them as the gift they are.
Natual (guest)
 
7 years ago (2012-08-30)
I believe a way of interpreting dreams is seeing yourself in the scenario of a psychiatrist and patient.

As in, asking yourself what you see. Then interpret it as symbols. What does it represent, what does it mean to you. Etc

Dreams are illusive and contains contains many layers of truth, as you put it into different context it gives different perceptions, meanings.

Sometimes dreams becomes self fulfilling prophecies i.e. Prophetic. By you an other people's actions. It is not written in stone 😊

If you ask me, I don't think the message of that dream is that it will come true like you envisioned it, but rather it is a message which needs to be looked at with different "glasses" perhaps rose colored 😉
Psychicgirl18 (3 stories) (69 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-08-26)
I'd have to agree with Soulluminous, it could be you solving diferent energy vibrations, and I have to say that I don't believe it will come true.
Rockypelt (1 stories) (66 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-08-26)
First my dreams came true. Next I found out I am a demon, but not possessed, just a demon... Then I have a gaurdian hell hound...? And all kinds of things follow me, I see what will happen by looking at clouds, I know what will happen, but I can't say... I know what's out there, they follow me and some things hunt demons... Even if innocent... So yeah I know your terrified. 😭
Soulluminous (7 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-08-25)
I remember when I first discovered this ability. I remember the fluster of emotions from focusing on it. And so it is. I would like to reiterate not all dreams are of that nature. Some are like what another poster suggested: basically your mind solving different energetic vibrations. Also dreaming of the future does not make that future accrue. IT is how ever a possibility whether improbable or probable. Also the linear aspect of dream can take minutes or years to unfold. Try and take your dreaming in new directions like Astral projection or lucid dreaming. Carlos Castaneda is a good author from my understanding. Also for day time fun research remote viewing:D

Namaste
claudleo (guest)
 
7 years ago (2012-08-21)
Thank you all so much for taking time out of your day and helping me with this problem. I'm trying my hardest not to think about it. Thanks for all your advice. I truly appreciate it! 😊
Cattydee (12 stories) (161 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-08-20)
Yes. It seems very realistic. But I've found out a way to stop the dreams from coming true completely. First you can only do this when you have déjà vu and the dream is happening otherwise it doesn't work. Okay so when your mom goes to get out of the car you say "déjà vu!" And tell her to get back in the car. And make sure she knows your serious. Delay her from going to the place and the future will either be delayed or changed.
AnneV (4 stories) (1041 posts) mod
 
7 years ago (2012-08-20)
Dreams can mean many things. I wrote an article here on that: http://www.psychic-experiences.com/psychic-articles/what-dreams-mean.php

I have many dreams that come true and some that do not and that's because a dream can be more (or different) than a premonition. It can be processing karma so you don't have to do it in the physical, a lesson disguised, a learning experience, and so on.

Anne
CassidyLee (2 stories) (6 posts)
 
7 years ago (2012-08-20)
I suggest you don't make a big deal out of it. I understand you are freaked out, I would be too. The same thing happens to me though. I have dreams that come true. But I have also had pretty intense dreams that haven't came true yet. My dad always says, if you freak out about something, you stress yourself out and it comes true. You make your own reality. Just be aware of your surroundings all the time, maybe have some sort of weapon with you and not be alone? I don't know. I'm sorry this is happening though!

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