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Have you ever had a dream, that became reality?

  1. heart4theword profile image79
    heart4thewordposted 8 years ago

    Have you ever had a dream, that became reality?

    I have had this happen before, it was so strange when something really is going on!  Realizing after you are already living out this, that you have dreamed about this before.  Woe, talk about de-sha-vu?

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    Deborah Sextonposted 8 years ago

    Many times.
    Sometimes it is a person's only gift..but...
    When we don't allow messages to come through because of all of our thoughts of worldly issues or we don't know how, our spirit receives the messages during the night when we are in a receptive state.

  3. Patiopursuit profile image60
    Patiopursuitposted 8 years ago

    yah, same here, there are times where i been somewhere i never been before and it looks so familiar and everything as far as setting looks exactly like how i seen it before. Dejavu for sure

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    Sokfaposted 8 years ago

    Yea, not exactly the way i dreamt it, not in every detail, but i knew i was living what i dreamt.

  5. Susana S profile image97
    Susana Sposted 8 years ago

    Yes, a lot of times. I think it's actually quite "normal", though still unexplainable. I've presented my theories about it here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Extra-Sensory-P … chic-Power

  6. heart4theword profile image79
    heart4thewordposted 8 years ago

    Wow, glad to know there are others!  Was always afraid, to tell others about them, because I felt like they would think of me, having quite the imagination?  Thank you Patiopursuit, I didn't quite know how to spell dejavu:)  Susana S,  I will check out your site. 

    Thank you Deborah and Sokfa:)  Jack, I hear you, it is amazing how dreams can be interpreted into reality. 

    I have had a dream, that gave me realization to what had happened in my life.  After the events had already occurred, they brought much clarity, in how I got myself into such a mess! 

    Blessings to each of you, I gave you each a point, thanks for responding:)

  7. Bernadette1968 profile image55
    Bernadette1968posted 8 years ago

    Yes, I have had that experience on more than one occasion. I had a dream about walking down the basement stairs in a house and then a few months later we went to look at a house that was for sale and when I walked down the stairs, it was the same as in my dream! We bought the house and still live here.

    Another time I dreamed that I was in Kemet, ancient Egypt, and someone called me by the name Anen. I was told that the king wanted me to assassinate someone, but I didn't want to do it. When I woke up, I was disoriented for a while, then I wrote down the dreams. Months later, my husband an I went to an exhibit of items from the king Amenhotep III at a museum and I saw a statue of a man named Anen!

    I have had a lot of other dreams that then became part of my waking life.

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    yogalondonposted 8 years ago

    A number of years ago I had a dream about Thailand...that I was on a wonderful beach enjoy my life--which was stressful at the time. Within a year, that dream came true and I spend 6 months there.

  9. terced ojos profile image65
    terced ojosposted 8 years ago

    I have dreams nightly that come to pass in my waking life at least half of the week. Day in and day out.  I have been dreaming like this since before I could remember. 

    After awhile it just becomes something that happens and you just accept it as ordinary.  I think most probably it is ordinary I just happen to pay attention to it whereas other people are not looking for that connection between their dreams and waking lives.

  10. barbara yulia profile image52
    barbara yuliaposted 8 years ago

    Yes, so many times. But mostly my dreams contain symbols that I can't understand until the actual event happens. Then I'd be "struck by lightning"... realizing that I had been warned about it before.

    I was afraid at first but after a while, I got use to it and accept those dreams as blessings because they help me prepare for what's going to come and I can face anything with lots of patience. Hope the same thing works out for you...

  11. Ladyfairz profile image72
    Ladyfairzposted 8 years ago

    This has happened to me numerous times and I will be using the examples in my hub. I agree that it is a normal occurence for many people, especially if you have moon in Pisces, or  any of the water signs.
    Often the dreams help you to make wise choices in your life.
    Do not let this frighten you: it is a positive thing.
    ...you might want to research "dream meanings" on line.
    Keep on dreaming!

  12. isinson profile image55
    isinsonposted 8 years ago

    yes i have..not the whole dream though but when some things happen, i just find myself saying "i think i've done this before or seen this before". it sometimes creeps me out though, i don't know how that happens..

  13. pisean282311 profile image61
    pisean282311posted 8 years ago

    yes. infact mindpower believers do practise something called dream control...i have written a hub for it..http://hubpages.com/hub/Power-Of-Dream

  14. dpfitzell profile image71
    dpfitzellposted 8 years ago

    yes, but mine do are not exactly the same. But so close that it is pretty weird.

  15. PMS9 profile image72
    PMS9posted 8 years ago

    Yes in my childhood I saw a building in dream, i was playing in that building with friends.. After 6 to 7 years later I went for interview in our city area and I was shocked by seeing the same building in front of me, I was thinking that i had seen this building somewhere but I got it this building I saw in my dream in childhood. I worked in that building for 2 months, whenever I get alone in building I afraid with question mark that what it is.

  16. ezhuthukari profile image79
    ezhuthukariposted 7 years ago

    Yes!! Once I saw that a distant relative was dying. I had not seen or thought about this person for a long long time..After a few days got to know that he died!

    In the same dream I saw that a student was dead and I was going to attend the funeral or something. That morning I got to know that a student from our college had drowned!! It was totally creepy!!!

  17. skellie profile image78
    skellieposted 7 years ago

    I dream a lot and most come true and happen.
    Try to focus on remembering them, when you wake up.
    Trust your instincts.
    Most dreams have an element of truth in them, I have found.
    Don't be afraid to speak up, if your gut is telling you to.
    My dreams started off that way, Then they started really showing me things.
    Hope this helps?

  18. someonewhoknows profile image74
    someonewhoknowsposted 7 years ago

    I've a my share of dreams that became real life experiances.
    One in particular that I remember involved seeing a wel known male Black comeadian at a local state fair.These experiances always trigger my memory of the dreams related to them.I only just recently have had another one that happened to be in a mexican supermarket not too far from where I live.I've been there a few times before.qWithin the last couple of weeks,but it was only in my last visit that triggered this memory of a dream I had.It ,makes me wonder what the purpose is! I suppose it's to make me think about my consciousness being seperate from my body and the that that time is only an Illusion or construct of the mind.  it's interesting .In any case

  19. gmmurgirl profile image81
    gmmurgirlposted 7 years ago

    Yes, I group my dreams into three, the first are those I have when I am in deep sleep, mostly dreams that are not logical, sort of a unconnected panorama of images of what my brain has stored over days, like no meaning or anything.
    Then, a second group of dreams come when I'm light sleep, and they involve things happening, like a death, an accident, plane crash, or disaster, that happens that same day or within a week. Dreams like these come when I am in a sort of a nightmare state, like I'm aware that I'm dreaming, but I'm half-awake, like there's some sort of a battle between reality and my dream, or when I sleep at dawn, or have slept/nap while I'm doing something in my table. That's how I learn about the death of my father-in-law last year, in my state of half-dreaming/half-awake consciousness, in my dream somebody whispered to me that someone died. Later at 6pm that day, I got a call from my husband that his father died in a vehicle accident. I also got recurring childhood dreams, one I had since I was 9yo, about walls of waves engulfing our village and me running for dear life. After the 2004 tsunami in Asia, I can't recall having that same dream again. Maybe just coincidence?

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    risarooh9posted 7 years ago

    Yep...happens to me all the time! It's crazy. Dejavu is such a strange thing!

  21. celafoe profile image57
    celafoeposted 5 months ago

    yes every one of them that came from God.   The others none