How can a dream tell us the future?

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Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Megavirus » Fri May 08, 2009 3:26 am

mahsooyee wrote:

Interesting story thanks for sharing, when you said lightning struck the building and lightning bolt I found that amusing cause it was actually a plane. But like you said they had meaning so you cannot say your dream was incorrect. In a christian point of you the lightning would've been the meaning of the wrath of God.

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Mahsooyee » Fri May 08, 2009 2:46 am

Dreams stem from the subconcious mind and usually address something that the dreamer experiences in the conscious state of being but at times the subconscious will address something beyond the realm of ordinary affairs.
I dreamed of the destruction of the World Trade Centers three years before the event happened. The dream was very vivid and intense. It was like this: (Note: I lived in Detroit at the time of the dream) I saw the Detroit Renaissance Center glistening in bright sunlight and suddenly a sudden storm appeared. Lightening struck one of the glass towers and then another bolt struck a second glass tower both towers fell to the ground...the Detroit River runs behind the center and was visible in the dream. I heard a voice sort of like a news report saying that a famous lady was there at the time of the destruction of the glass towers.
End of dream.
I discussed this with my family and we could not figure it out and could only be alert whenever news reports were issued about severe storm warnings in the area and if there was to be a female celebrity in town. Well three years went by without incident to the Renaissance Center during storms. :bang;
Then the 9-11 incident occurred and every thing fell into place as if the dream was in instant replay :nails: ...it was a bright sunny day, two towers were hit suddenly and they both fell to the ground and they were located near a body of water. Watching the news reports throughout the day there was one aerial helicopter shot which showed the statue of liberty and it was the last piece of the dream...the famous lady that would be there which gelled everything together of dream and actual event :look: . Dreams often speak in symbols and the dreamer must interpret their meanings as they are often the keys to understanding a dream. It was an extraordinary dream that mirrored a extraordinary event.
So, never let anyone tell you that nothing ever comes to a dreamer but a dream...realities often gets played out within the theatre of the mind!

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Cornbread714 » Fri May 08, 2009 12:27 am

I've had prophetic dreams, some that were completely unexplainable. I dreamed of a friend's house burning down, and it turned out her mother's house burned the night I dreamed it. I saw her the next day, and only mentioned it because it was so vivid, and she freaked and told me the story.
I've had others, not as dramatic, but they just seemed to occur for no reason other than giving me a clue that there is more to the picture than we think.

Carl Jung explored this topic extensively, he treats the subject seriously, but explains it in a way even a skeptic might be able to handle.

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Megavirus » Fri May 08, 2009 12:16 am

becca wrote:For as long as i can remember (I am 48 now) I have had dreams of dejavu as well as future dreams. It would take too long to go into everything that i have dreamt, but most of the future dreams are not nice.
However there have been 6 future dreams that have seen the human race endure. The world looks beautiful.
I have always kept a journal of these dreams and if things develop i will share with everyone.

I am sure that there are people in this world who have these types of dreams and are afraid to share, lest thay be classified as nutters.

Always search for the truth yourself.
Peace to all on Disclose :hugging:

I know what you mean when you say we get mostly bad future dreams otherwise they may not present themselves.
Can you tell us one of the dreams you've had that came into reality within a small amount of time after the dream occurred that you conceder most interesting to you? I want to be able to relate to my own and there differences, to help me understand more on how it may work or why it works the way it does.

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Becca » Thu May 07, 2009 11:48 pm

For as long as i can remember (I am 48 now) I have had dreams of dejavu as well as future dreams. It would take too long to go into everything that i have dreamt, but most of the future dreams are not nice.
However there have been 6 future dreams that have seen the human race endure. The world looks beautiful.
I have always kept a journal of these dreams and if things develop i will share with everyone.

I am sure that there are people in this world who have these types of dreams and are afraid to share, lest thay be classified as nutters.

Always search for the truth yourself.
Peace to all on Disclose :hugging:

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Megavirus » Thu May 07, 2009 1:11 pm

frozenpetal wrote:
happydayz wrote:I also believe that before we partake in a particular life, we have some choice in which life we incarnate into (depending on what experiences will help our consciousness evolve, or lessons to be learnt) and so some insight into what is going to happen in this lesson is already within our subconscious.

Wow what you said right there, i think it has something to it...
sometimes, i have a feeling that i KNEW my life is going they way it does, like subconsciously i knew 'from the start' (birth) i would live the way i do
its kinda creepy... and the way you just said if i didnt get you wrong, that somehow it was all meant to be the way it does, i dont know what happens before birth its a subject for a lot of theories, and its interesting...and in one side i dont see it so scary but i think in the other side that we shouldnt really mess with it...

I don't have that, life is full of suprises to me one year I'm thinking one way and the next another way it never is the same for me.
Lets say your walking across the street and suddenly some stranger just happens to bump into you which slowed you down as you look forward a car just happens to run by you just a inch way from you getting hit to where you could've been retarded, living handicap can make you see the world differently and change your lifeforever. Can you know right there and then that is the way your life is suppose to be? When you know you got lucky only by the help of somebody that you may not ever see agian.
I might just be going off course here so ignore this statement if so.

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Frozenpetal » Thu May 07, 2009 12:36 pm

happydayz wrote:I also believe that before we partake in a particular life, we have some choice in which life we incarnate into (depending on what experiences will help our consciousness evolve, or lessons to be learnt) and so some insight into what is going to happen in this lesson is already within our subconscious.

Wow what you said right there, i think it has something to it...
sometimes, i have a feeling that i KNEW my life is going they way it does, like subconsciously i knew 'from the start' (birth) i would live the way i do
its kinda creepy... and the way you just said if i didnt get you wrong, that somehow it was all meant to be the way it does, i dont know what happens before birth its a subject for a lot of theories, and its interesting...and in one side i dont see it so scary but i think in the other side that we shouldnt really mess with it...
by the way, i dont think i ever predicted what will happen but lately i have had lots of de ja vu moments, and its not like a regular one, and it lasts for more time than it used to, not more than 1 or 2 minutes i think but its more real. my theory for it though is that we can "copy" the de ja vu feeling and think we experience it again, it might be possible and maybe it isnt it..
like other people said, maybe in our dreams there is no time? we can feel, smell and see things we cant when were just 'day dreaming', in our dreams everything is more powerful and real, i cant figure out why its much stronger when were in a subconscious situation than it is when we are consciously just day-dreaming.

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Megavirus » Thu May 07, 2009 10:48 am

drextin wrote:I think our sub conscience reads the writing on the wall far better than we comprehend. Dreams are odd creations that hold many powerful meanings. To me trying to understand them through science or philosophy has done nothing but confuse what they are even more.
I think an individual should figure out the real power of his or her dreams and let that be that. There is no one unifying answer for everyone.

I kind of believe this way but it leads to more question which is our body needs rest but our soul doesn't because its not flesh and bone so when your sleeping your body try's to take control of your soul so what it does is make you accoupied by dreaming things, kind of like watching TV but you can control what you want to see.
It is possible to escape your body but you have to trick the mind, to do so I don't know how exactly but heres one way I think it maybe, when your dreaming right, your minds thinking that your watching "TV" but you make it think that as if your leaving your body only in a dream but really your escaping it and right when you get out of your body it has no control whats so ever which lets you have the ability to do things that you would not normally able to do in the physical body.
So yes basically our physical body is useless its keeping us in a cage so it can survive in this world. Basically using our soul to survive on earth.
This can get really scary though messing with your mind like this, even though you may not actually be leaving your body but only dreaming this the dream can get pretty real and can get company :nails: just note its only the way I think it doesn't mean that its like this for sure you can do this to it for all I care :badair:
I just expierenced it myself before thats why I believe this way but I'm not even certian myself.
So this might some how have to do with the dream I had that predicted the future and the soul predicts future through riddles not just being straight forward cause a riddle is short and quick to the point if you understand it.

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Happydayz » Thu May 07, 2009 10:37 am

I personally believe this is possible, as when we sleep and dream, we are doing so within the Astral plane. My research into Remote Viewing, Astral Projection/OBEs/NDEs, Spirituality etc has led me to the conclusion that when we sleep, our Astral body becomes mainly detached from the physical body (although there is still a connection) The Astral plane exists in a higher dimension, where time in this dimension is visible, just as space is visible within this lower dimension. I also believe that before we partake in a particular life, we have some choice in which life we incarnate into (depending on what experiences will help our consciousness evolve, or lessons to be learnt) and so some insight into what is going to happen in this lesson is already within our subconscious.

I have personally experienced many dreams like the one you have mentioned and even daydreamed some things happening minutes before they have. I think that is why I have become so interested in this stuff, in trying to work out WTF is going on!

I know my beliefs of 'what's going on' may sound a bit 'out there' but I can post some links to things on those subjects if you're interested?

Re: How can a dream tell us the future?

Post by Drextin » Thu May 07, 2009 8:21 am

I think our sub conscience reads the writing on the wall far better than we comprehend. Dreams are odd creations that hold many powerful meanings. To me trying to understand them through science or philosophy has done nothing but confuse what they are even more.

I think an individual should figure out the real power of his or her dreams and let that be that. There is no one unifying answer for everyone.

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