Prophetic DreamerIt started at a very early age. My earliest memory of a prophetic dream was at the age of about 7. It was very silly and insignificant. In my dream, I woke up and walked into the kitchen to find my mom pulling toast out of the oven. She smiled at me and asked if I wanted some breakfast. Then my oldest brother came in and happily yelled, "I want 2 fried eggs!" Then I woke up and walked into the kitchen to experience the breakfast conversation exactly how I had dreamt it.
As I got older, the dreams became more signidicant than simple everyday converaation and happenings. I believe that I was being prepaired for the "real deal" earlier on. I started dreaming about all sorts of things including deaths in the family, accidents, and dangers that I should avoid. They weren't all doom and gloom though. I also had dreams of people I had not met, and once I met them they became important people in my life. Even later, I began dreaming in symbols. Things that weren't always clear to me, but always made sense later. I started researching dream interpretation to better understand my dreams. I eventually realized that there is no real set meaning for dreaming of something specific. I decided t pay less attention to what it was and more attention to how itmade me feel. I have been more successful at determining their meaning and predicting what will happen that way.
I do still dream actual events along with symbolic messages. It has hecime easier for me over the years to destinguish between nomsensical dreams and prophetic ones. People usually look at me strange when I tell them what's about to happen. Then I get that "I'm afraid of you now" look when something comes to pass. Prophetic dreaming is not the extent of my "psychic ability". I do have occassional visions, and am also Empathic. Those close to me are pretty use to it, and have learned to listen to me in most cases. Yet another reason why I love my family!
FellidayaFiresong 31-35, F 5 Responses 4 Dec 14, 2011