Clairvoyance Anonymous 1448[Reply]
I think I might be a clairvoyant, so much so that it has become a meme in my family. I usually have very vivid dreams and it has happened many times already that I actually dreamt of something that would happen the following day. What's the catch? These dreams that come true are usually really petty things (eg. that my bf is going to radomly take me to mc donald tomorrow and there's going to be my favorite limited edition burger), still I totally dig this thing, just wish I had a bit more control over it. Has any other anon ever experienced this? Can you control your premonitions?
Try lucid dreaming. It'll give you control over your dreamstate and you might be able to find out how deep your rabbithole goes. I've had regular dreams predict reality in the same way you mention it, minor seemingly meaningless events. Since I've started to go after lucidity, my dreams have been a lot more intense and unreal. It might sound insane, but some of my dreams feel a lot more real than waking reality itself does. It's a great experience and I would recommend it.
I wish I saw this thread earlier. I have a habit of predicting events in my dreams. For instance, a family member's house was threatened by a fire which burned straight to their property line and we had to rescue their cats and I dreamed that a week before it occurred. I will dream of people I haven't thought of in a while and then other people will mention them out of the blue.
The problem is, I also get PTSD dreams mixed in with all this, so lots of violence, incest, rape, partner infidelity, etc. so it's hard for me to untangle what is PTSD versus what is clairvoyance.
This has been on the back of my mind ever since I met someone. It's so uncanny - I knew I knew him from somewhere before. It was like reuniting with a very old friend. And I have always felt so warm and fuzzy in his presence. To provide context, I used to have strange dreams where I would predict the grade in my assignments - and then get that grade the very next day. And other dreams where my family would do or say things, and then they would do and say those things the next day. I would always get a sudden dose of de ja vu when that happened - like "Oh, where did I hear that saying from before? Oh right, yes, they said that particular phrase in my dream." So I think I have always had some weird clairvoyance?
Anyway, I've had a dream in the spring of 2016. In the dream, I just woke up from a good night's rest. The sunlight poured through the window and bathed the entire room in a brilliant warm gold. It felt so real. I could feel the warm sunshine on my skin. The room was bare. I shared a barebones single bed (all white sheets, simple bedframe) with this man. He wore a plain white shirt. The messy sheets were pulled over his waist and he looked up at me, sleep still in his eyes but the bliss shined through. He had the biggest warmest smile on his face with big brown eyes - all squinty and crinkly with genuine love and happiness - and messy brown hair. It shone like copper in the sunlight. In that moment, I felt so loved, accepted, cherished, wanted. I was so completely at ease. I woke up to someone who loves me and smiles instantly at the sight of me. It was a feeling I never felt before, but this year it has returned again ever since I met someone who gives me those fuzzy feelings.
It's strange, but the man in that 2016 dream is the person I'm dating now. Should I tell him about this dream or will it scare him off? He believes in spiritual things like soulmates and fate - maybe he'll believe in psychic dreams?
I’m convinced we dream about people we’re meant to be with. I had a similar experience. Currently we are broken apart though (feels v twin flame waawaaaaaaaa, just have to focus in on myself).
The dream has stuck with me for a long time. And he felt so familiar when I met him irl. I think the distance between the dream and meeting him for the first time was like 7 years or so though. Interesting stuff