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Sidestep

Sidestep

Student
Aug 15, 2018
128
I used to a lot, especially when I was more spiritually involved. It was mainly little things though like one time I spoke to a woman with red hair and bright red lipstick in a dream and ended up coming across a woman who looked like her the following day. Or the dreams predicting what food my parents would make for dinner. Sometimes they'd predict big important stuff though.
 
Smilla

Smilla

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Apr 30, 2018
2,549
I used to a lot, especially when I was more spiritually involved. It was mainly little things though like one time I spoke to a woman with red hair and bright red lipstick in a dream and ended up coming across a woman who looked like her the following day. Or the dreams predicting what food my parents would make for dinner. Sometimes they'd predict big important stuff though.

I don’t consider myself a spiritual person but I have had several of these dreams, and they always give me pause.
 
BlackDragonof1989

BlackDragonof1989

Mage
Jul 12, 2018
526
I'm not sure, last night's dream involved both my parents, they were guiding or accompanying me I think though my mom was still alive in a coffin at the beginning I remember, but she broke free I think and then we lost her again going up the stairs in an old house, I think that has to do with my guilt for leaving her in her final days as I could not face her death. I remember going down a trail in a city park or something and there were signs on a tree I think that said something like, "Life end services." So take that as you like *shrugs*
 
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WanderingEremite

Member
Jul 16, 2018
56
There's quite a lot of evidence that precognitive dreams are real. Those interested in this evidence should see the attached article, which recently appeared in a leading peer-reviewed psychology journal.
 

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AntiLifeEric

AntiLifeEric

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Jun 20, 2018
147
When I was very young I'd see glimpses of the future, through my own eyes, in my dreams. I'd never see anything important, and I wouldn't remember having these dreams until the events took place IRL. Take that for what you will.