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#1 creative

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:34 AM

Bit of a ramble, but I had a dream 8 months ago that I could remember very clearly & stil do. As it turns out, that dream was a preminition about something in my future. It kind of spooked me, as I found myself in that distinctive place yesterday!

I dreamt that I had my own business and I was in this warehouse, very old, near the water, close to the City, all made of timber, painted a certain way, lit a a certain way, and the structure was very clear. Since then I have recently started my own business, and I had a meeting with a new client in a place that looked EXACTLY like it, in Ultimo...

I dream of loved ones passing at the moment they die. They communicate to me, say their goodbyes.
This also happened recently when my great-aunt died at Easter. I was at her bedside, stroking her hair and telling her we all love her, and she died peacefully at that same time...

My father died when I was young, I had a dream where he said goodbye to me in a way I could understand. When I woke up, my Mum was at the end of my bed waiting to tell me the news.

Its left me feeling so amazed at how my subconcious works, that I've bought a hefty dream book to interpret messages.

Does anyone else have any similar experiences?
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 12:00 PM

My pop died when I was 15. He was sick in hospital over 400 k's away & I woke up at the exact moment that he died, knowing that he was gone. I was still awake half an hour later when the phone rang (this was at about 2 in the morning) with my aunt to say he had gone...

My step-grandfather died when I was 21 and the same thing happened. It was a couple of hours before we got the phone call but I already knew....

And I have at times had very vivid & memorable dreams that later turn out to be premonitions as well. You are not alone!

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 01:18 PM

This doesn't happen very often with me, but I did have a dream the other night about my FH's mum's best friend. It was the night before FH's mum's funeral when I dreamt this. He's told me a lot about the friend and how she was always a second mum to him, but I've never met her. Anyway, in the dream this woman was talking to my FH and he was calling her mum, but I knew she was actually the friend. The next day, at the funeral, I saw a woman I had never met before. She was the woman I had dreamed about. I mean down to the last detail of her appearance. Sure enough, later on someone pointed her out to me and told me who she was - FH's mum's best friend.

My mother has dream premonitions all the time. She also sees people all over her house, and she always has done. When we all lived at my grandmother's house about 15 years ago, she woke up one night to see an old man standing next to the bed. He bent over her, looked at her face, then shook his head and vanished. The next morning we found out that my poppy's uncle had died in the night. Another time, James, a child that we babysat really often (I called him my brother, although he wasn't) became very ill with meningitis and was hospitalised. In the early hours of the morning mum woke up to a voice saying "James is dead." Within hours James' mother called us to say he had died early in the morning.

She has dreamed about the deaths of several family members and friends, all of which have come true. Most recently was a couple of years ago. I was speaking to her on the phone and she mentioned that she had dreamed about my dad the night before, only he was young, like he was when she met him. I asked her what she thought that meant, and she said "I think it means you should call him. I think he's going home" - that being her term for death. Within two weeks of that conversation, my father died of a heart attack.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 01:36 PM

Yep I often have really strong emotional dreams that coincide with someones death or precede big news. I often cant shake my mood after a dream like that for days - its really strong.

I have dreamt my mum telling me she had breast cancer - as soon as I woke up she rang and told me they had found a lump in her breast. An old high school love's girlfriend passed away of cancer and I dreamt of her passing and him finding out about it at exactly at the time it all happened... - I woke up sobbing..

hubby thinks I am mad I think but I pay attention to my dreams when they feel real..

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 03:20 PM

Wow Natasha, these kinds of experience are fascinating.

It seems to me you have some kind of ‘gift’ that will enable you to communicate with others. These kinds of things can be developed if you so wish, but it seems to me you are very spiritually aware and that is such a good thing!

I mentioned in a post yesterday that my meditation experiences have been quite bizarre lately but it’s a side of me that I have always wanted to develop. I once visited a psychic who told me I have always had a ‘knowing’ from a young age. My mum told me the other week I had an imaginary friend that I would always talk to when I was a toddler (as most toddlers do I guess) but she used to sit and watch me have these conversations. Some people say this is an angel or spirit who is close to you and remains with you.

I have also had some dreams, especially prior to my niece and nephew being born where I have had long conversations with them and different aspects of their personality came through. When I flew back home to meet them, it was amazing how clear their personalities came through like they did in my dreams.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 04:22 PM

Thanks for all of your posts! I get chills reading and thinking about it all.
That situation of mine feels reassuring, like I'm on the right track... A sign post if you like.

Its no doubt that when we are young babies who aren't influenced enough on how to think, that we're more open to such experiences.

A friend of mine told me that when she was a child (maybe 3 years old) used to talk to someone in her room. Her mum asked her who she was talking to all the time and she said the first name of her grandmother who died before she was born (and she wouldn't have known her name). Then the girl said, 'oh she says to tell you she's OK and she's with Harry'. Her Mum stood there a gasp, as Harry was her first love, who had also passed years prior.....
As an adult she has seen mediums etc and they all have said her, that same grandmother is one of her spirit guides.

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hubby thinks I am mad I think but I pay attention to my dreams when they feel real..

You're not mad at all!
Mine thought so about me, but now as he sees things happen, he believes it's something greater.
I think the more I focus on meditation, the more it happens.
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:27 PM

I have had two dreams the night before someone's death...neither were people I know but I heard about the deaths the next day.

One of them was the night before that gunman killed those Amish school girls a few months ago...I dreamt that I was one of those girls and then I woke up the next day and heard about it that day.

They scare the crap out of me because it's not something that I want anything to do with.
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Posted 13 May 2007 - 08:01 PM

yeah I understand, those aren't pleasant things to know about...
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Posted 14 May 2007 - 12:57 AM

Happens a lot of the time for me.. not as much as it used to, which is something I need to work on..

But I do have times when i must listen to whatever is being told to me, and if I do listen, something happens in my favour.. and if I dont, something passes me by, or Im stuck in a undesirable situation.

When I started going out with hubby, he was working in disability support, and he used to do the sleep over shifts in the house he worked at. One night I stayed at his place while he was at work, and I dreamt (I wasnt actually asleep though), of him laying on a bed, which was pushed up against a wall on its right side (when laying down on it), with a bedside table with a digital clock on it.. and I knew exactly how he was dressed, and how he was sleeping (both arms above head hands tucked under his head)... and I slept quite peacefully that night.. and the next day I asked him about his work, and sure enough it was exactly how I pictured it..

It often happens as well, that if we are seperated (eg. Me in Melbourne, he in Perth), that I will go to bed, and be restless until the time he goes to bed, or I will wake up at the time he goes to bed, AND he will wake up when i get out of bed (considering the time difference etc).

Hubby understands, and he has things like that happen as well... I woke up once and said theres a man standing in the doorway (poor hubby FREAKED!!), and went back to bed.. it was my grandfather appearing to me on the ANZAC day the year after he passed away.. and another one was a dream that there were people in an old style Monaro out the front of hubbys then rented duplex, with ill intentions towards his neighbour, trying to figure out what side they wanted blink.gif Again, poor hubby freaked... But plenty has happened for him to understand that if I say something or do something that may seem random, its usually me just following my 'gut'

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Posted 14 May 2007 - 03:57 PM

wow, that's awesome!

I'm waking up all the time now and trying to analyse the messages in mine. The books don't cover the creative stuff that goes on in my head hahaha. I'm going to meditate more and see if any more freaky stuff happens smile.gif
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Posted 14 May 2007 - 04:47 PM


I love reading this post.

I had a very bad dream on Saturday night where I dreamt I was looking in the mirror in our second bathroom and my head felt quite heavy. Then I called out for my husband, fainted and when I came around again I thought I had had an epileptic fit.

I used to have epilepsy when I was younger but grew out of it. Since then I have had three dreams where I felt it was happening and it’s the same feeling/sensation in my dream that I used to have in real life.

It scares me. When I used to have my ECG tests, they said I had a lot of fits in my sleep.

I don’t think I had anything happen per sae..but it kind of woke me up and startled me.

Again, I think practicing meditation clears a few things up. I meditated Friday night when I got home as I was in a bit of a mood and felt quite light during my session, like my body was supporting me instead of the floor.

Sorry, this is totally off the subject but I just needed to share.

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 09:10 PM

Mine wasn't a nice dream sad.gif

I dreamt vividly and clearly how my cousin's husband commits suicide sad.gif One of his kids finds him and unfortunatley she isn't at the right age yet.

I normally don't remember dreams and this one was so clear that 5 years later I can still remember every single detail of it

I just hope that it never comes true sad.gif


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 01:12 PM

QUOTE(Daisy Belle @ May 15 2007, 09:10 PM) View Post

Mine wasn't a nice dream sad.gif

I dreamt vividly and clearly how my cousin's husband commits suicide sad.gif One of his kids finds him and unfortunatley she isn't at the right age yet.

I normally don't remember dreams and this one was so clear that 5 years later I can still remember every single detail of it

I just hope that it never comes true sad.gif



Urggh Daisy that is not nice. I wonder why certain dreams remain so clear and then some don't?

I hope your dream doesn't come true either.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 06:09 PM

Oh Daisy, that's awful. I hope it doesn't either! sad.gif

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Again, I think practicing meditation clears a few things up. I meditated Friday night when I got home as I was in a bit of a mood and felt quite light during my session, like my body was supporting me instead of the floor.

I know what you mean. I had a deep meditation on Monday at the end of my yoga class and like you say, I felt really light also. Then that night I had another dream that was a preminition. Maybe I'm opening myself up to it more and more.
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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:44 PM

I've had two this week, I have them quite often but am only just starting to concentrate and make a definate correlation smile.gif On Saturday night I dreamt Megs had her bub and she did on Sunday and on Monday night I dreamt this family came into my work that hasn't came in for ages and they came in Tuesday blink.gif smile.gif
Steve and I are very connected in this way too. We often get sick, headaches, have bad nights sleeps, sore throats on the same days when we have been away from each other, like he's been away for nearly 10 weeks and if I've been feeling crap I'll call him to winge and he'll say oh so thats why I feel like this etc;
Its a kind of freaky feeling but I find it strangely comforting too smile.gif




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