Posted 12 October 2019 - 09:23 AM
When you dream, is there a precursor in a waking moment? Some kind of signal that something is amiss in the waking world? Not a media signal like Twitter or Face book information but something like dropping a spoon to the floor (it would be something that has happened enough that you put 2 + 2 together yet the answer might not be 4. People could also call it a coincidence) The result is that you have a dream that is betwixt and between or there appears to be a relationship based in our shared reality (spoon dropping) and dreaming (producing a sound, verifiable prediction. A future event) a very personal experience.
The only dreams that I have, I don't remember. Do you get signals that you are about to have an event occur? Anything that prepares you?
Posted 13 October 2019 - 02:50 AM
My sister has had a few of her dreams come true too, so much so, our brother used to call her a Jinx!
I suppose because they mostly involved him and accidents!
She dreamt of 2 car accidents that came to fruition and another time when he degloved the tip of his finger off in a motorbike accident. The idiot oiled the chain of his bike with a rag on his finger. The meaty bit flew off and the dog ate it, true story!
When I dream it is often a gut feeling that something is wrong or has happened. There is usually a lot of detail and I feel I am talking to myself trying to remember as much detail as I can, they involve family and stranges. They most often occur the day before an event but I have had some happen a while later.
I am really interested to know. How many here daydream or can see images while they are awake in their mind? Because I have never been able to do that. I have a condition called aphantasia or no minds I can not visualise memories. Behind my eyes are always black.
So when I see something while I am awake, I think, I can comfortably rule out an overactive imagination.
I don't like seeing things and have asked not too. The request is mostly meet, however, I don't have a problem hearing so that is the bulk of what I get from the other side.
Posted 13 October 2019 - 09:00 AM
I have a vivid imagination and when I was younger thought that I might like to be an author. I did a stint writing for another website as a paranormal explorer and wrote a daily article on "Haunted Houses". Visual imagery is simple for me yet I don't remember my dreams. It could explain why I am able to see ghosts and mistake them for living people. Some others think that this is a mild form of a mental health issue yet on a sliding scale, we all have that mental health issue and it concerns our own personal issues in life. I'm happy with it. (I'll look up the word and report back because I can't spell it)
You might want to query people who attend the site and see what they have to say about Aphantasia. Who else here might have it. I don't know that everyone who comes visits blogs. Be talking to you.
Edit: The word is schizotypy.
Edited by Menet, 13 October 2019 - 10:14 AM.
Posted 13 October 2019 - 10:00 PM
So I have visual dreams the precursor would be a gut feeling, often it is from a loved one or a terrible event. If I was to see something when I am awake I don't have the ability to bring memories or images into my minds eye, so that is how I know they are other messages.
Posted 14 October 2019 - 06:22 AM
Posted 15 October 2019 - 12:05 AM
Not too sure what you are asking here Menet, is it, knowing when I have a psychic dream being a gut feeling thing?
I think we are always looking for answers which is alright with me
Lol, no I am never in control. It is always at their speed.
For example: I am often deep in thought when disembodied voices like to have a chit chat with me.
Posted 16 October 2019 - 04:34 AM
How long did it take you to figure out how it worked for you?
Thank you for answering my questions.
Posted 13 April 2020 - 09:45 PM
Posted 22 April 2020 - 07:15 PM
Oh c'mon it's like yer not even trying to git any evidence