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Dont Know What to Do

I am now a sophomore in college, but the summer of my senior year in high school and after my carcrash they began.

I had this dream about one of my school mates funerals and what the church would look like and all the details, but I blew it off as just a dream because he had been a jerk to me the previous week, but then it happened and it scared me so I just figured it was "deja-vu" and I let it go.

But then I lost my best friend a few months after this first dream and I had a similar dream to the one previously described before her carcrash, I remember in the dream reading her obituary on the internet based kind and I just let it go b/c we had a little argument during school, i can remember exactly every little detail about the funeral where everyone was sitting what this church looked like and what it was called and i had never been to it, what she was wearing her in casket, what I was wearing there, and what the front of the church looked like, but for some reason I blew it off as just a dream, but I shouldn't have because it came true.  It ate at me and ate at me, until I talked to my pastor, I thought it was my fault that it had happened, but I learned it couldn't be helped.  I told my parents and my pastor and eventually my other close friends. To me it's like a daily thing like most days are so familiar. Softball games are another I would have dreams about my games how they would go who would hit it where and who would win etc, etc. But i just felt so outcast and still kind of do b/c i dont know anyone else who has had these.  I am getting used to it but it still kind of freaks me out.

Not too long ago I had one of my mother I woke up crying and coincidently it involved a carcrash.  I haven't told het the details I have just told her to be careful, it's all i can do b/c God's will, will be done.  I have been writing them down. My pastor also suggests to see a psychologist, b/c he thinks I might not be getting oxygen into my brain when i sleep or that i still might be depressed from my friends death.  i just have that gut feeling all the time too, i dont know if you guys believe in spirits or ghosts, but I always get feelings that i am being watched when I enter a certain room or in other places i get this sense that something is there but i dont know what it is.  if you guys have done anything that has helped let me know please.

considerablyconfused considerablyconfused 18-21 23 Responses Aug 17, 2008

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Hi there, Hope you are doing alright today. I am sorry that your experiences and dreams are scaring you. I just want to let you know that you are not alone. Do not allow these things to scare you. Look at it this way...these dreams and feelings should actually help you to be better prepared to what's to come. Things happen in our lives, both good and bad, they are things we have no control over and can't avoid, its life. Look at it this way: You are actually very lucky that you are able to foresee or sense these things before they happen, use this as a way to strengthen yourself for what's to come. I know how helpless and frustrated you feel but eventually you will be better able to deal with it. I remember going to my grandmothers house as a kid and I always knew there was something in one particular room. I could always feel it. I never said anything to anyone as a kid but I confirmed that when I was older my Mom talked about her experience as a kid, it was then I knew I wasn't confused about the way I felt when I approached that room. There are spirits all around us, both good and bad, but I always had such a strong belief in Jesus protecting me that I was never afraid of anything, It works for me. I've always felt that if I let things like that scare me Jesus will be disappointed in me. He is always there to protect me. Be strong, have faith in yourself and God and you will be fine. Consider yourself blessed and lucky that you are aware of these things. You have the ability to draw on your inner strength and prep yourself for whats to come. You are getting enough oxygen (lol) Have a nice day!

we are like soul brothers, cus same happened to me....
i was shocked from a 9000V electric cable and was fortunately hit by a ball so i got detached from it, i dont know how im living but every time i see a dream it comes true the other day just like the [I get hit by a car dream] oh yeah it happened....
i told my parents and they got me to a psychologist and he said im possesed and
BullShit plus i also have the being watched feeling all the ******* time....
sometimes i wish it could stop but other times like when i saw all the driving lessons exam answers xD its the greatest

I wish I could
dream the winning lottery #s

it happened to me except the last dang number :/

im actually young for having these dreams and now I know I'm not the only one... I really don't know if it's a gift or not but whenever I wanna know something at night when I go to sleep I find it out and the next day I find out that its true. My first dream was (since my parents are divorced and my dad has a girfriend) I saw a dream that she dyed her hair brown and that they broke up and she was extremely mean. The next day I told my dad my dream and he was so suprised. Later he told me that they broke up and a day ago she dyed her hair brown. I honestly don't know how I knew it. And they keep going and going.

I'm afraid I fail to see how precognitive dreams might be prevented. Some people have them more often than others, it's a natural tendency that cannot be controlled as all unconscious activity is autonomous. But I totally understand you, precognitive dreams do tend to revolve around distressing events, which can be highly upsetting for the dreamer.

I have dreams too that always comes true and it feels like ghost or spirits is watching me. I look around I don't see anybody. People I know don't know believe in my dreams either. They say I should keep it to myself because if I talk about it the dreams will come true. But I can't rest unless piece of the puzzle be solved either it is pregancy, death or warnings.

Dreams are all but the imagination experimenting with its self and improving, without dreams you are not in the real world. Remember, if your dreaming you are alive.

The car accident was my twin sister and she survived but it was tramatic for me...emotionally she was never the same over the years...we were good friends...after the accident it was difficult getting close to her.

when I was very young we went to tchurch often my twin sister and I with my Grandmother...and I used to have these feelings as though I was being watched when I was 5 or 6 years old I never told anyone not my twin sister or ever talked about it to anyone...the feeling I got was about being judged by alot of people it scared me...I had these feelings alot during my lifetime...I could tell or get a feeling of what the future was...I think I was afraid of it...I ignored those feelings and bottled them inside me...and I had anxiety attacks so severe starting at the age of 9...I was very young and I still to this day cannot figure out all of this...there is so many puzzles that need to be put together...each time in my life I understand and have wisdom ...some are clear some not so clear and sometimes get the answers many years later...I had a great childhood had alot of fun, but there were family traumas also...those are what I was trying to deal with...As for the story of the car accident years ago she was in a car accident, it was pretty severe and I pictured the whole accident before it was happening and I felt her pain...I guess God was preparing me to be strong at a very very young age and it scared me...my sister has visions and intuitive but I was afraid of it...our birthdays are on Feb 13th a day before Valentines Day. When you said you feel people watching you I cried, I havn't told anyone this for years....I thought only I experienced these things...scary...

l you have a speacial gift and you can help people with that

Listen to your dreams, like you have been doing, warn the person of the dream and leave it at that. Its all you can do. I agree with the bible also. God did use dreams. they are also a way of softening the news of a loved one passing on. take care.

Hi,



I just spoke with my pastor about my dreams that also come true, only for him to tell me that the should also see a psychologist. I left feeling disappointed, he never acknowledged it as a gift or anyting. It seemed like he didn't believe that it can happen to anyone. He told me that my brain is picking up on things throughout the day then I dream about it, which is so not true. I guess no one really understands it but only the ones that it actually happens to. Until then i will try to do my best understanding what I am suppose to do with my dreams.

Hello there:

I suggest you start recording your dreams by date, time you saw the dream (approximate only), what events transpired during the day, etc. Over time you'll build what I call a schema, i.e., sets of lingo which you and your spirit understand. You may find that the schema would recur and lead you to consistently interpret your own dreams by yourself - and you'll stop freaking out. There were many comments addressed to you that hit home, particularly 1 or 2 that suggest that you might belong to special group of GIFTED individuals; but a note of CAUTION: TO WHOM MUCH IS GIVEN IS MUCH DEMANDED. Your gift is UNUSUAL - be circumspect - many people will deride you - and indeed will PERSECUTE you - just remember you are not alone!!! Also, be prayerful and you or someone mentioned fasting - these are VITAL TOOLS that sharpen your gifts. You did not mention visions, or the power of prophecy. You may have ways to go yet. Last but not the least: remember dreamers have enemies: fallen spirits or angels will try to knock you off your high calling - pray unceasingly to God Almighty, the Giver of all special gifts and the Only Lover of your soul. Welcome to the world of warriors. Always pray and remember your gift is predicated on being righteous. Study and meditate on Leviticus 11:45, 19:2 and 20:7. All the best.

















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My first dream that came true was when I was in elementary school I had a dream I was swinging in a red dress and it started raining. Three or four days later i was wearing a red dress swinging at school and it started raining. When I was 16 I was involved with someone 8 years older then me. My parents didnt agree but I had a dream we would get married while I was 16. Two months later it came true. When I was pregnant and didnt know it I had a dream of me playing peek a boo with a little girl. It came true 10 months later. It scares me to think of bad things. But i also have gut feelings and feel like people are watching me.

I dream like you for me it started differently. In highschool whenever a big test would come I would have a dream about taking a test, this repeated a few times and I realized I was actually seeing the test I was about to take in my dreams. Later on increasing into weddings, babies and unfornatley deathes. Sometimes it takes 2 days and what I dream comes true and sometimes monthes.

It's exciting to know you have a gift. Pay close attention to others and events occurring simultaneously as your dream unfolds into reality. If you can take a step back mentally and see the whole picture, then you'll begin to realize why you had the dream. Analyze/think about events leading up to it and most importantly be very aware of events occurring after wards. More often than not, the dream serves as a que/clue to something more important. There's usually something you can do or something you can learn. The most exciting time is when the dream is becoming reality; and it's in those moments your mind needs to go into overdrive. Be cautious, mindful and start putting things together. View your extra-perception as a gift and tool to benefit others.

When you had the carcrash, that's how it started. It was a near death thing. I've had to deal with my bad dreams that comes true for 10 years. The only bad part about my dreams and feelings I have is, I can't remember enough to be able to protect someone. I see things in my head as well. But nlately I've been seeing things about myself.

i disagree. i have never been in a near death experience and i have a lot of dreams come true

Well, you are not alone. when i was 17, I started out dreaming about sexual encounters, i saw my future sex partners, i recognise them when i meet them, it always feels like deja vu. however, in 2004 when i just moved to London, living with a pastor, i had access to loads of christain books, i was deep into fasting and prayers. but at the period of my life, i had series of dreams which took me back to my past, present and future. i felt then that i dont get enough oxygen to my brain cos of my fasting. The dreams keep coming and they keep coming true as well, i see the good and the bad future.. however, the very night i had my first sexual experience with my present wife, i had a dream about her and what was to come, i woke her up, told her about the dream, guess what!, she dismisses the dream. but what i dreamt about actually happened and she was convinced that we are just some of the special ones. but today i dont feel very comfortable seeing the good and the bad fate that are yet to come, but since it our fate, we didnt ask for this, I bet, as you & I quest for answers and reasons, The most baffling of all is that i always dream about Number 13. i hope someone, somehow would help give answers to why i always dream about Number 13.

Well, you are not alone. when i was 17, I started out dreaming about sexual encounters, i saw my future sex partners, i recognise them when i meet them, it always feels like deja vu. however, in 2004 when i just moved to London, living with a pastor, i had access to loads of christain books, i was deep into fasting and prayers. but at the period of my life, i had series of dreams which took me back to my past, present and future. i felt then that i dont get enough oxygen to my brain cos of my fasting. The dreams keep coming and they keep coming true as well, i see the good and the bad future.. however, the very night i had my first sexual experience with my present wife, i had a dream about her and what was to come, i woke her up, told her about the dream, guess what!, she dismisses the dream. but what i dreamt about actually happened and she was convinced that we are just some of the special ones. but today i dont feel very comfortable seeing the good and the bad fate that are yet to come, but since it our fate, we didnt ask for this, I bet, as you & I quest for answers and reasons, The most baffling of all is that i always dream about Number 13. i hope someone, somehow would help give answers to why i always dream about Number 13.

I don't dream about numer 13 but number 3,23,37,62 keep reapering in my dreams. at age 3 I was abused till I was 14. age 23 my husband and I moved and went through a nasty coustody case against my so called mother. the number has something to do with what will coe or something that has alredy happened o you.

the numbers could mean something that is going to happen to you at that age. Like at 37 you could become a grandparent and 62 you retire or die you never know. play them numbers in the lottery. it might be a winner

If you know your bible well, you know that God spoke to many of his disciples through their dreams. Giving them warnings, or telling them to teach others what they know. You can think of your dreams being exactly this. God is warning you of what is to come. You can try to change it by telling your loved ones to be more careful, but the dream is more than likely a way to help you cope with the pain of what is to come. I believe that everyone is capable of dreaming about the future at least once in their lifetime, but not all take their dreams seriously, or can tell the difference between ones that will come true and ones that will not. Others don't remember their dreams until that moment in which they have the feeling of deja-vu and many can't pin point why they have that feeling, so they pass it off. You are not weird! There is nothing wrong with you! These types of dreams are exactly why great intellects like Plato, Aristotle, and Jung did their research on dreams and the brain during sleep. Dream studies are still being done today and their are many great books that have been written about dreams and the psychology / interpretation of them. Do your research. I suggest reading "Dreams and What They Mean To You" by Migene Gonzalez-Wippler and Sigmund Freud "The Interpretation of Dreams" translated by Dr. A.A. Brill. These are both great books that helped me in my studies of dream psychology. Never dismiss anything as crazy until scientific studies have proved that such things can not exist. Many believe in a God that they have not seen, yet have problems believing in dreams telling our future. Tell the non believers like your pastor this, and than ask your pastor what he believes, and ask him why than does he believe you need to get your mental health checked out!

I disagree with the comment that you can't change the outcome. I have done it many time. I have dreamed about my brother dieing in a car accident and told him not to drive although he still got into a accident the next morning by taking my advice to turn hard to the right he missed the gas line I seen him hit and blow his truck up by mear inches. I have dreamed about my cousin getting ran over by a red semi while we walked home from drill team practice at the cross walk. the next day I pulled her out from infront of a red semi that couldn't stop in time. God wants all of his children to use there gifts. why else would he have allowed us these gifts but if its God's will it will make it happen even if we try and change it.

I believe you can change the outcome of some dreams as they can be a warning. I do not think people who have 'feelings' about bad things happening are 'crazy' or have emotional problems as dreams and feeling about things have happened! I think if you believe in God you must turn to Him and get other people's support, like this website.

This may not be "Normal" but it is a gift. Learn to except your dreams. They are not for you to change but for you to foresee. Prepare yourself for what is to come, don’t try and change or run from it. It can be a terrible gift but it is yours and mine to hold. So hold it close, it will help you one day. Just fyi going to your parents who have yet to experience such a thing and a pastor who does not believe in such a thing will only make you question more. Look to yourself and others who Truly understand.

its weird that you know your sleeping but it doesnt feel like it. my dreams keep comming true and i find the scary because of my latest dream or should i say nightmare. i was climbing a tree with my friend then all i knew was that she hung me with a vine from a different tree. its freaky how you can dream of something then it comes true. my friends think there just dreams. but this morining i woke up with lines around my neck. wat does this mean

It means your starting to thin outside of this world and too far in to detail and maintaining a balance of dreaming and reality, its impossible for this to become true due to the fact that death in dreams always wake you up unlike others they go on, you cannot die in a dream and then die in life.

pple who dont knwo what its liek can only say so much.. they dont knwo what its liek to feel in a dream to wake up wtih scars you never had.. go with your gut. you know if its true or not

pple who dont knwo what its liek can only say so much.. they dont knwo what its liek to feel in a dream to wake up wtih scars you never had.. go with your gut. you know if its true or not