Dreaming future events.. again

Stoney Baloney (@adamm0ss) 10 years, 3 months ago

Although not as intense as the last one I wrote about, I had another dream about a future event..

So lately I have been working with my uncle doing some carpentry.. Last night I stayed at his house so we could ride to the job-site together. I had woken up at like 5 am from a weird dream.. I was seeing a a car drive over me from like the road’s point of view. I was looking at the car from underneath and saw something on the left, rear tire. It was a bolt that was stuck in it. I kept seeing the bolt go round and round, and round, and round, over and over again until it woke me up. I went back to sleep thinking nothing of it.. Then, when we were getting ready to leave, he had noticed a bolt in his tire, and it was the same left, rear tire like in the dream. I didn’t even tell him about it because it just seemed weird.

Another weird thing about it, is after we plugged it up I kept thinking about the dream, not mentioning anything about it, and then he turned down the radio to randomly tell me about his dream.. Something about a white turtle in the snow.

August 13, 2011 at 1:56 am
Trisha (2) (@trishashifter) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

I have had several psychic dreams. I am not comfortable with it. I don’t know how its possible or what it might imply. Has anyone else had a psychic dream?

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Andy (28) (@andy) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

I can’t give any advice on psychic dreams since I haven’t had any myself. Could you elaborate a bit more if you feel comfortable? Are they things happening to other people? Are they little unimportant things?

How are the events brought up in the dreams?

I personally have been having a lot of apocalyptic dreams lately, but it might be because i watch too much History Channel >_<

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Trisha (2) (@trishashifter) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

My first psychic dream that i can remember was when i was 12 or so. Long story short, i dreamt that i ended up at my neighbors house and my glasses fell off and broke perfectly down the middle. The next day i did end up at my neighbors and a family member there ended up tickling me tortuously (which i despised as a kid) and in the struggle my glasses got knocked off and broke right in the middle. as soon as that happened i was like “wow, just like my dream!” (though in my dream i was standing in the living room and they just fell off, and in reality i was in the living room, but i wasn’t standing and i was being tickled) and i thought it was just an amazing coincidence. It wasn’t until years later that i realized i was having too many of these coincidental dreams.
Here’s another more interesting one from 2005. I was working at a senior living community as a housekeeper. One night i dreamt that there was a fire in B wing in one of my favorite residents rooms. Her name was Jean. I ran to her room, despite protocol, which would be for all housekeepers to grab wheelchairs and gather in the dining room for further instruction. In Jeans room there were massive flames and she was sitting outside her room in a wheelchair with her head in her hands. Its noteworthy to mention that she doesn’t use a wheelchair. still inside the room was a younger women with a baby in a stroller. The baby was dressed all in pink and was crying. i yelled “come on get outta there!”
So that was my dream. The next day i told my coworker/friend Joyce about it. I had previously talked to her about having psychic dreams before and she joked that she hoped it wasn’t a psychic dream. I said to her, “you know what, in the event of the fire i think i probably would not follow the rules, i probably would just run to find the fire and try to be a hero.” EarIy in the morning that day i stopped by Jeans room to check it for any signs of a threat of fire. Didn’t find any. Before lunch i noticed one of the residents with a babydoll all dressed in pink. She had it fastened on to her walker as if it was a stroller. I asked her where she got it and she said she had gotten it the night before when her daughter had stopped by with some early christmas presents. My spidey senses were tingling. I kept thinking about my dream and the baby in pink. After lunch that day, around 12:30, the fire alarm went off. I dropped what i was doing and headed right for B wing. As i approached Jeans room i smelled smoke. I popped in her room and so no sign of anything out of the ordinary (she wasnt in there) and then i heard “help!” It was from the room next door. Betty’s room. Betty was pretty much immobile except with aid of a wheelchair. I went in here room and her radiator was smoking with a whisp of fire just catching blaze. She had stuffed a massive wad of toilet paper behind her heater and it was catching fire. I wheeled her out and as she sat there with her head in her hands, i knew i had had another messed up psychic dream. The details are always off like that, but it sure seems like more than a coincidence.
I wonder if anyone else has these similar experiences.

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Dan (890) (@danfontaine) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

This is crazy. Science doesn’t know much about time or dreams. I know the suggestion is out there that when we are able to astrally project when we are dreaming and that astral projection is not a present-time bound thing (I am not stating this as fact mind you). Perhaps many of us have psychic dreams, depending on what our dreaming mind is most concerned with doing (perhaps you are the type of person who likes to get excited about the next day). Seems there would need to be 4 conditions for a psychic dream to come into realization. 1. you need to witness something of relevance in your dream 2. the abstractions in your dream being understood by your narrative mind, 3. to make the link between the abstraction and the event in your waking life, while 4. remembering the dream for long enough to realize it when it happens. The rarity of these 4 lining up explains why you wouldn’t just have psychic dreams every night. Just tossing this all out there in hopes of being helpful :)

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Alex Eastman (71) (@alex) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

Trisha, I have had similar things, where I’ll have a dream, and either details of the dream will actually occur or the whole dream is right on.

In about 3rd grade, I had a dream i was in a 4th grade teachers room. To cut things short, a kid in my grade asked her something during class, and she replied sarcastically. That was all that was in the dream.
Well, when i was in 4th grade, the exact same thing happened, word for word, and every detail was correct. It really freaked me out at the time.
But, now i watch my dreams very closely. I find it fascinating that I could predict something that far into the future! If I were you, I’d start a dream journal and start watching your dreams more closely. You never know when another one of your dreams could save someone, or yourself!

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Trisha (2) (@trishashifter) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

yeah thanks, you made me think about time on the astral plane… i’ve been interested by ideas as such before but i wasn’t really thinking about it. Hmm. I was really hoping to find someone who does share the experience too as well. i do feel alone in the situation. I haven’t had one that i remember in a long time though. It has come up though, because i’ve been thinking about trying to pickup lucid dreaming again, and it makes me nervous, because if im focusing on my dreams again, i think i might start having psychic dreams again, and as i stated before it’s uncomfortable and kind of scary for me.

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Alex Eastman (71) (@alex) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

Why are you scared of seeing the future? I don’t quite understand why you fear it. I’d love to have another one, but just like you, I haven’t had one in forever.

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Trisha (2) (@trishashifter) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

i just accidentally erased my last post. jeez. i dont know why it scares me. i used to be a much more brave person. i think it has to do with death somehow..

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Fleeton Wells (8) (@remnantofapoet) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

I wouldn’t really consider mine “psychic dreams” simply because I always dream of simple things, and not in much detail. For example ill have a dream about doing something like… writing this post. I’d remember writing the same thing but its just a short moment, maybe 10-15 seconds. It would feel more like “deja-vu” to me as well, more than a premonition. It seems like you actually have full length dreams depicting exactly what it is that will happen later on.

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Trisha (2) (@trishashifter) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

i think the earlier you have the dream, the freakier it is. like you said, A WHOLE YEAR BEFOREHAND!? maybe it makes me wonder if more is predetermined than i want. my best friend of 10 years died in 2008. i wish i could have saved him. It bothers me because i had all kinds of wierd feeling the whole week before. but no dream. idk. it would have been nice to have a dream that would have saved him.

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Trisha (2) (@trishashifter) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

my boyfriend get dejavu, my psychic dreams are defiantly more detailed indeed.

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Alex Eastman (71) (@alex) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

ah. I knew when my grandpa was going to die, at least, I had a very strong feeling…
There is a number that follows me everywhere. 711 and 117. I predicted to a friend of mine that he would die on November seventh. And it happened. In the morning, around 7 in the morning to be precise. I’m guessing it was at 7:11 in the morning?

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Fleeton Wells (8) (@remnantofapoet) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

wow. you predicted your friends death? thats kinda weird. And sad. How did you feel when that happened? I’d kinda feel like i caused it if that happened to me.

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Alex Eastman (71) (@alex) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

I felt like “wow… how did i know that?” And it was my grandpa, but yes :/ I don’t know how this number works or what it is for, but it freaks me out often. Nobody takes me seriously though. :(
but its no matter, a lot of it seems to be coincidental. but a lot of it, (like my grandpa,) seems TOO coincidental…

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Kyla (5) (@dali) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

This is intriguing to me. One of my best friends has psychic experiences all the time. She has predicted what I was going to say before I said it, and I do believe she’s also told me about some psychic dreams of hers. I wouldn’t exactly say it scares her, but it does cause excitement and that “whoaaa” moment. If I were you, I’d embrace the hell out of it. :)

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Trisha (2) (@trishashifter) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

i have always had a connection with the number 11. my boyfriend died at 6:11 in the a.m. and i had no warning or clue that day. a week before i had a terrible panic attack worrying about him. i couldn’t sleep, and one day i was sure he was dead because i couldn’t get a hold of him on the phone. i thought i was going nuts. then the feeling went away and the day before and the day of his death i felt nothing. i was shocked when the police came to my work to tell me. it was the worst day of my life. i think i was basically traumatized so now i’m not as brave and confident as i used to be about the unknown, ie: psychic dreams/ death/ life! Like the saying “whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” and how that’s certainly not always the case! i don’t think i was broke completely but i did feel something die in me when he died and i haven’t been as strong as i used to be. im still on my path though, and time passing surely does coordinate with being able to move on/up. Back to the point, I used to be an avid lucid dreamer when i was a child. im thinking about getting back into it and that is why i have been thinking about my past experiences with psychic dreams, and then i got all nervous for some reason. i get anxiety basically. it always makes you feel better to here that other people have had similar experiences tho so thanks for the input. anyone else with psychic dreams to share?

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Kyla (5) (@dali) 10 years, 3 months ago ago

I haven’t had psychic dreams, but I did reach lucidity often in my dreams as a child. I’ve been getting back into it and eventually (hopefully soon!) will be able to lucid dream again. I am also going to get into astral projection. You will eventually warm up to all of this because, like you mentioned, time heals. The more you are able to explore these things, the more aware you are. It is all so fascinating and curious!

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Eric (1,819)M (@blankey) 10 years, 2 months ago ago

Hey everyone.
For the past year or so I have been practicing lucid dreaming and I have successfully done it a few times. When I began practicing, my dreams started to become much, much more vivid. I would always tell my friends about my dreams and I somewhat became obsessed with them. When I realized my dreams were possibly predicting the future, this "obsession" only increased.

The most recent occurrence was this weekend. I was at my friend’s house, he smoked a black and mild in his room and I thought this wasn’t the best idea since his parents would be home soon. He had the window closed and I decided to open it. We then went into another room and watched tv. His parents eventually came home and were yelling at him asking him why the house smells like smoke. I then looked over to the window near his room and thought to myself, maybe the reason they could smell it is because I opened his window and their window was open? I vividly remember dreaming this exact situation about a month earlier. I am going to ask my friend Gabriel if he remembered me telling him about this dream and I will let everyone know what he says.

NOTE: The only time I ever have this sudden realization of "I have dreamed this before" is while I am high. Even the next morning when sober and from then on I still believe it.

Not exactly sure what is going on here, or if anything is, but if anyone has had anything like this happened to them, let me know.

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starry (0) (@neontide) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

i have no idea why this happens, but little stuff like that happens to me as well occassionally..

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

I have had what is commonly referred to as deja-vu but I have also had incredibly vivid visions of the past and future. I do not mean my personal past and future but that of mankind. A vision of the future was of people always being inside, even when they travel around town they are indoors.
Not like a dome over the city but rather building linked together. Despite this, society seemed ideal, even utopian. It sounds like a trade off, we completely fuck the planet and have to live in artificial environments but we learn how to properly work as a society.
I have also had some really awesome visions of the past.

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Eric (1,819)M (@blankey) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

@Starry
Yeah it’s incredibly strange and I have mixed emotions to it.


@Ray

Sounds interesting. I doubt it has much of any significance but it sounds pretty cool. I’ve traveled to the past while Lucid Dreaming one time and that was interesting to say the least

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Could be that you subconsciously acted out your dream in real life, perhaps a coincidence, or I suppose there is a small chance dreams predict the future. However, I think the former two are more likely than the latter.

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Alex (141)M (@alexishungry) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

A couple nights ago I had a weird dream-like thing where I was laying in bed after waking up from a nightmare, and then started hearing my own voice in my head talking to me, but I wasn’t thinking it. And I wasn’t asleep either which was the weird part. I thought to myself something along the lines of “What the f*** I’m going crazy. I’m about to get schizophrenia or something too what the f*** ” and the voice was talking for a few seconds and then I ‘woke up’. It was so scary and trippy. But whatever, it was probably just like a dream while I was half asleep or something.

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Eric (1,819)M (@blankey) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

@Tits
Yeah the idea that I subconsciously acted out my dream makes a lot of sense. However, I have had some cases where the actions of others have been the same as in the dream, which my subconscious obviously would not affect.

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Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

Eric, I doubt it’s significance also. It felt to me like I had some kind of psychic link to people in the past and future, though it could have been mistaken for some kind of re-incarnation. But yeah, it could be just bullshit I have imagined.

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