I've just joined the boards because I was looking for some people to listen and I guess provide advice for something that's been happening to me for the last. I'd say four years.
I have psychic dreams, they started out not being very strong, at first they were just little 'snippets' or images of things that I'd end up experiencing in the next few weeks and wouldn't particularly remember dreaming until they happened.
Lately, they've turned into mini-movies, I'll see entire scenes played out in a vivid dream, remember them in the morning, and experience them in reality that same day.
Take something that happened last summer for example, this is when they first started getting more vivid. My mother had lost her favorite pair of scissors, and we spent days looking for them with no luck. I went to bed a few nights after they were lost, dreamed that I was outside on our patio looking at the grill my mother uses when it's warm, I got closer to the grill and saw the pair of red scissors sitting on the right hand side panel of the grill. Then I woke up. When I saw my mom that morning she said, "Oh, guess what I found my scissors, they were-" I interrupted her and said, "Wait, were they on the grill?" She looked surprised and told me, yes that's where they were - I told her I had dreamt it, she believes completely psychic abilities.
The most recent one happened night before last, I had a dream I was repairing a broken figurine, sitting on the floor in front of my bed, I looked up and saw a cartoon crow on TV and it was talking. That night, I decided I was going to fix my Unicorn figurine with the broken horn. I sat on the floor to do it, looked up and Samurai Jack was on the TV - the first time in years I'd turned on Cartoon Network. The episode involved a talking pet crow.
Does anyone else have these sort of dreams? Are there ways to make it stronger and help remember them better upon waking up? Am I psychic or just going insane? I'd really appreciate advice on how to better develop psychic abilities if I have the potential... Thanks so much!