I Want To Improve This Ability That I Have

when I sleep I will probably dream about my future .that dream will really happen but the period for my dream to happen is so long.i hope for someone or something to help me to improve this ability.i already have 5 dreams that came true.once there is this dream that i have about me being with my best friend at the church ai night and after 3 or 4 weeks it really happen.
busul busul
18-21
2 Responses Jan 16, 2013

Hullo.<br />
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Well here's a tip -- every time a dream seems to come true, make a note of the time of day the actual event happened, and the number of days it was since the related dream. You might, as I did, find several hotspots: Times of day(and days since the dream) where tiny details from that ten minute period of the day(and that many days since the dream) get magnified and dominate a previous dream. Also note what hour of the night the dream happened. You can help yourself ascertain this by setting an alarm for 5am, 6am, and 7am, using the alarm as a reminder to instantly try and remember the broken dream which would have ended seconds ago.<br />
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By 'magnified' I mean, a tiny little video you might watch during that hotspot becomes the entire backdrop for an epic dream. Or, a subtle but unique word you read appears to fill you field of vision in a dream. <br />
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I myself seem to have a 72 hour timefr<x>ame. For me, what happens between 12:00 noon and 12:10pm (ten minutes past noon) dominates what happens during dreaming between 5am and 6am the same day (i.e. hours before). But that hotspot seems to conflict with another which I haven't pinpointed yet, but it's early in the morning. By 'conflict' I mean you dream of one hotspot or another but not both. <br />
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And, about half the time, when I get a deja vu, it occurs at almost precisely 2:45 pm, and relates to a dream that occured the day before yesterday between 5am and 6am, right next to, or in among, the other aforemention dreaming that takes place at that time(which pertains to 12:00-12:10 on the day of the dream). <br />
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And we're talking specifics here. E.g. I had a dream about 2 men in a pub discussing Robert Carlyle and Danny Boyle films. And come 2:45 2 days later, I found myself in a pub, and I knew, KNEW, right on cue, that the two men on the table next to me would begin discussing Danny Boyle and Robert Caryle. <br />
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More generally, if I watch a new movie between 1pm and 3pm, it feeds, very specifically into the 5am-6am dreaming slot of 2 days before. Example: I dreamed -- and I wrote this down -- of a futuristic dome-filled city on the distance, sort of grafted onto an older civilization. A benign fair-brownhaired young man was in the dream, and somewhere else, and a very distinguished looking young women with particular cheekbones and a very memorable face -- I remember the eyes especially -- walking in the rain, with a brown leather jacked and either a rifle or a weapon of some sort on her back. There was a tough black man in there somewhere. There was some kind of printed note about 'kissing'. There was lots of dark, shiney, palatial architecture but still futuristic. The dialog was tense and there was a lot of talk about tough choices. And the brownhair beneign man was trying to sleep on the ground and get close to the young woman at some point. And there was something about 'this woman looks like Cleopatra'.The movie I saw between 1pm and 3pm 2 days later was the Hunger Games. Watch it and relive my amazement. I had never seen a single image from this movie, not even (knowledgeably), a poster shot. I was a total stranger to all the images and concept in that movie. Cast, premise, everything. Oh and the 'cleopatra' impression was relived during a scene where the heroine is all dolled up and in a chariot, and the thought 'cleopatra' entered my head (afresh).<br />
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So I tried the same time gap again (comparing 5am-6am dream with 1pm-3pm event 2 days later), and that's when the 2:45 Robert Carlyle thing happened.<br />
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There are other hotspots too but it is hard to actually produce the kind of sleep necessary to explore them -- e.g. the excessive morning snooze pertains to the next few minutes after waking from it. And that's almost perfect replay, not general impression. <br />
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This sort of thing should be scientifically testable. But what I would really need is a good, strong hypothesis -- a specific claim to be tested. E.g., what precisely do we mean about 'dream come true'? How often? How specifically? In what aspect? What are the ifs and thens regarding the hotspots? What is the experimental significance of not remembering a dream? Etc. Futile, utterly futile trying to shed light on something like this unless armed a very well thought out hypothesis. Or else one is just another fantasist. One is in very lunatic company when it comes to this sort of thing.

hi busul,

finding connections between dreams and what happens strenghtens conviction, thats useful, when you can believe dreams can come true, begins to remove doubt.. dream on, and keep finding specific connections,