Dream come true..
September 14, 2009 12:00am CST
Dreams from what I have read are series of images, ideas, emotions and sensations occurring during certain stages of sleep. It has many interpretations and meanings too. But what if you have dreamt of an event and it happened after you wake up? Let me tell you a story. I came home last night and found out that my puppy was missing. I was mad with everyone in the house and cursed my brother because I thought he neglected Gilbeys(my pet's name). He looked outside and asked the neighbors while I searched in every rooms of the house. I was near to giving up and at that very moment in my head, I only hoped someone will come and give him back. When I woke up in the morning I knew I dreamt about a dog playing in our garage when suddenly someone came at the door with a puppy on his arms. In my dream, he was handling the puppy to me. I was in my senses when I told everyone about it. Later during the day while we were having lunch, someone knocked on the door. My brother opened the door and to his surprise he saw my puppy on our neighbor's arms. I jumped to my feet when my brother shouted. Until now, we were really amazed and I could not help but believe it either. How about you? Have you had a dream that came true? What about it that made it interesting? Please share.
• United States
18 Sep 09
That is wonderful for you to dream of your puppy coming home and he does. Many people have precognitive dreams. Sometimes call premonitions. I have these and know of others that do as well. I "see" things that will happen all of the time. I even see them when I'm awake. What I see usually comes to be within 2 weeks of me seeing it. The good thing is if it's a bad thing I can change it to make sure the bad thing does not happen. You need to weite these things down, your dreams and premonitions that you have. Write down in every detail you remember, the time and date to of the dream. The notice when it happens. You may find a pattern like I have in mine. These are lives way of helping us to change bad things that are going to happen and you can and have the chance to change this outcome.
19 Sep 09
Good day! It was the first time and it kind of believing actually. I knew it was a dream because I have a habit of waking up when daylight gleams past my eyes. Okay, I'll take that in mind. I still remember the details and thanks for the idea. You're lucky to see things ahead; I hope I can be like you. I just want to ask you. Isn't it better if you don't know what to expect? I mean the surprises of events that you don't have to be worried at all in any aspect?
• United States
19 Sep 09
Hello, yes..sometimes it is good to know things in advance. Somethings have been really bad and it scares me when I see it. I have to get over that and do what I can to prevent this thing from happening. My family and friends learned long long ago to listen when I say something must change. I have had to cancel trips and so have others or I have told them to go a different way. It is nice to have a heads up so to speak. It is so much easier I learned to write things down too so nothing I see is omitted in the telling of it when I need to. You'll find the smallest details mean something. Sometimes you have to figure out what you see and interpret the "dream".