Deja Vu All Over Again.

I was in this accident on Wed (see "I was in a car accident for story") But while the accident was happening, I remembered a dream I had about 3 years ago that had freaked me out because it was the same thing that was happening in the accident.  The only difference is, in the dream, we did end up in a roll-over and we were hurt significantly worse.  If I remember correctly, in the dream, Eric's dad was killed and Eric was in the hospital (which was the part that freaked me out and made me want to forget it ASAP)  So in the real accident, all I kept thinking was "please don't roll over, please don't roll over, pleasedon'trollover"  I've never had such a single track mind before.
But this has happened to me several times.
At least some part of any dream I remember comes true, but sometimes many years later.

I had a dream when I was like 7 years old that I woke up crying from and all I remembered was that my "dad" died in the dream and I was walking down the Jello aisle at Meijer and was really sad. 
Dad ended up dying when I was 13....About a month later, I was walking down that Jello aisle and I just had to stop for a second because I remembered that dream I had had years before.

These are just some examples off the top of my head.
It's really creepy.  I don't really want to remember any more dreams ever again. 

But at least most of the times that the dreams happen, the real life event turns out better.  (Except Dad dying, but I don't know what could have happened to end up with that being better)  I think my dreams are worse case scenarios that somehow better prepare me for when it happens.  Not sure.
mandarose524 mandarose524
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1 Response May 26, 2007

The elements of the future incident shown in a precognitive dream are often distorted or shuffled, and the intensity of the experience may be exaggerated or diminished.