Have you had dreams that turned out being visions of what's going to happen?

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  1. jeshon profile image62
    jeshonposted 12 years ago

    Have you had dreams that turned out being visions of what's going to happen?

  2. Alecia Murphy profile image74
    Alecia Murphyposted 12 years ago

    Yeah and it always freaks me out. Because I'll dream something and then it'll happen and then I always feel like, wait didn't this happen before? And then I get that kooky Mr. Roeper from Three's Company look on my face.  I just wish I knew why it happened.

  3. Allen Williams profile image69
    Allen Williamsposted 12 years ago

    Many times we don't remember our dreams but when we do, it is a reflection of what is to come.  I wrote a hub that is related to this subject that you might find interesting. http://allenwilliams.hubpages.com/hub/I … am-Of-Life

  4. catspirit profile image60
    catspiritposted 12 years ago

    Yes, generally the images will appear surreal and almost symbolic. But putting visions to paper, I have been able to forecast a future event. Sadly, it has always been one of despair or tragedy. Wish it would be about the lottery.

  5. PhoenixV profile image65
    PhoenixVposted 12 years ago

    Sometimes things will happen at certain places and I could swear I had a dream about that when I was a child. I can almost remember how as a child it didnt make any sense, just an odd dream, but 30-40 years into my life, things would appear odd. It could be just some kind of coincidence or deja vu?

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    Rayne123posted 10 years ago

    Well looks like a lot of us are given visions/dreams/warnings.

    Always pay attention to these visions/dreams, always, they are signs and messages. For some reason the ones with this "gift" have been given a glimpse into the future for a reason.

    The Holy spirit selects chosen ones (as he did his disciples ) to spread the word, to be a messenger or to prepare them for the times about to come.

    God chooses those he knows will be faithful and believe, he knows exactly who is going to accept this and who is not.

    I am giving visions all the time, and my dreams I  remember from 10 years ago. They are symbolic of course but somehow I can figure it out well most of the time anyway. Sometimes its not until after the fact.
    I started having precognitive dreams over 20 years ago, however I was not ready to understand them, then the pattern became repetitive, it started becoming more clear to me.

    I had this one dream where I was looking out the window and watching firefighters, and police rushing on the streets, I seen a big building in my dream fall and people with bandages and cuts and some dead. I remember this plain as day. I also remember my face, I looked so sad and so helpless.

    Well one week later the Haiti earthquake hit and then I knew what my dream meant.

    I do not believe in "dream books" that is a bunch of hog wash. It all depends on what and how your dreams are given to you and what surrounds your life.

    Every one of us are given messages in different ways that we are able to understand. Its like your children, if you have more than one, each child will be spoken to entire differently depending on their personality;.

    I would like to be able to find missing children and feel if I ask for the gift I can receive, however I don't believe in using what gifts given to us for our own personal gain.
    Good question


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