Many times my dreams have come true.What might it mean?

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  1. jirel profile image68
    jirelposted 6 years ago

    Many times my dreams have come true.What might it mean?

    Once, I saw me myself in a temple.The next day I made a call to my mum, who is in another country.She told me that she went to a temple that day and prayed for my safety.Few days ago, I saw bomb blast in my dream.The next day, a blast took place in Nepal where I used to live before.Sometimes I dream of someone, and wake up immediately to see that the person is at the door.I saw my teeth falling out, after one month my cousin passed away.I am really confused.Should I try to enhance it, if yes how should I?Whats the reason for  things coming true that I see in my dream?And what should I do?

  2. sam209 profile image78
    sam209posted 6 years ago

    Wow that's deep. I think a talent like that should definitely be enchanced. There's a website you can check out. … owers.html
    Maybe that page can be helpful since your surreal dreams are becoming reality.

  3. MickS profile image69
    MickSposted 6 years ago

    It means nothing other than that on on occasion, those dreams you have remenbered, you have been able to connect the to a later reality.  Of course, your memory of thte dream, or the connection may be wrong, or it may be that awareness off the contents of the dream are driving a mode of behavoir in yourself.  There is nothing sinister or mysterious about the whole thing.

  4. denkmuskel profile image74
    denkmuskelposted 6 years ago

    While it might sometimes seem that our dreams anticipate future events it is most probably not so. There are explanations that are much more likely. This is about those explanations and a bit about the consequences of ignoring them. read more

  5. Darrell Roberts profile image77
    Darrell Robertsposted 6 years ago

    You may have a connection to the sprit world. Anything is possible keep an open mind.
    Best wishes.

  6. profile image0
    CJ Sledgehammerposted 6 years ago

    I think there are some people whose dreams are centered more in reality, while other's dreams are cloaked in fantasy.

    From the examples you listed above, I can see where you may be reading into your dreams more than you should. I, too, have thought about someone I haven't seen in awhile, just to see them the next day or so.

    Is it coincidental or is there something to it, I just don't know. My dreams can be very vivid and realistic now and then, but like all dreams they are unreliable.


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