Anonymous asked: i sometimes dreams things that dont happen rite away but happens within years and then hits me one day. or i can sometimes know how a person will react to something or say something before they actually do it. what does this mean? by the time i see the dream or something its been years and dont realize it until its been done.
An episode of precognition with the very common situation of not remembering you had the experience first in your dreams years or months ago. It could be that now you are becoming more aware of that connection between dreaming and precognitive experiences you are paying more attention to your dreams.
If you’re interested in this beyond it being ‘spooky’. Keep a record of all your dreams, every possible detail upon waking. You’ll be able to reference your experiences and validate them.
Anonymous asked: Yes iam very away to not think in that way. It would only be inflating me ego. I'am actively looking to harness this precognition. I do constantly day dream, sometimes lucid dream and meditate with my higherself/ god sactioned guides everyday. I have heard through brian deflours (a light worker) that you can acheive time traveling through dreams but he lacked to explain how it would be done? When meditating for this future self would it be similar to calling on to your higher self?
No. light workers, karmic gurus, white cells have serious problems with their own development. Instead of staying grounded they believe they have achieved a level of awareness that makes them refer to themselves by new titles that set themselves as different than other people. It’s an ego trip and a sign that they failed to stay grounded. I would be cautious about taking advice from anybody who calls them self a fanciful name.
It’s not about time travel, rather it’s more about creating a controlled precognition. Through meditation you create a goal of speaking to your future self, without thought or distraction you need to keep focused on this goal. Eventually with enough patience you may find yourself experiencing a precognitive vision.
At this point you are able to control how the precognitive vision occurs. You can ask any question, ask your future self to do something, your future self will interact with your suggestions and questions. You will almost certainly get weird replies.
Your future self will be at any random point in the future doing whatever you do, making toast, going to walk, watching tv or reading a book. When suddenly they (you) will experience dejavu. You will have no control of this experience and you won’t hear a voice. Instead your memory will recall a question, you will react, your memory will ask another question in response to your actions. After a short period of time it will end.
You didn’t contact your higher self. You didn’t contact a deity who helped you. You didn’t ask and receive help from an entity who helped you progress along your spiritual path.
You did that yourself through hard work, looking for advice and knowledge and then determining on your own whether or not that knowledge was false or true.
Anonymous asked: today I had a vision of passing a stop sign in a car with my friends dad laughing about 45sec befor the stop sign was about to come up and the vision came true at the exact moment. This is my first time to be able to see a vision befor it happens rather than just having deja vu in the moment still realizing i have dreamed this befor or posibbly another type of precognition? Do you know of anyway to harness this gift better or any more knowledge about what might be going on?
It’s not a gift and you don’t have any ‘special’ abilities, thinking this leads to an unfortunate path. What you do have which others don’t is an awareness that time might not be as linear as others accept. That’s a hurdle for most people and your experience would have been already dismissed by them.
If you’re actively looking to ‘harness’ precognition there are a few factors which will help you. Imagination is the first step, day dreaming, vivid concepts and lucid dreaming actively help (in my opinion) the frequency in which precognition occurs. I can only guess that the reason for this is due to those activities are a form of exercising both your memory and awareness.
As an example, sitting in the car as a passenger and fantasizing about a little man on a bike or running at the side of a car are activities kids/teenagers do but adults no longer do. Which would also explain why adults have much less frequent precognitive visions than teenagers and children.
Meditation is also a useful tool to help you gain control of precognition. It is entirely possible for you to ask your future self questions and receive answers from your future self. Should you reach that point I’ll explain what you actually did and how it was even possible if you ask me too.
Anonymous asked: Ever since I can remember, I've had strong senses of deja vu. An event would take place and I would know that I'd already witnessed it happen before. Within the past few years, though, I've been able to consciously predict what would happen and even explain to others around me what was about to take place, with 100 percent accuracy. What's going on? How can I predict specific events and results perfectly?
There’s the first possibility, it’s just luck.
Then there’s the second possibility. It’s based upon you actually witnessing the events in your sleep months or years before, you fail to remember the dream upon waking but the memory still remains with your subconscious. You’ll later recall scenes and scenarios from these precognitive dreams but are unable to remember how you first saw them.
The final possibility is that you never did dream the events nor was it based upon lucky guesses. The scenarios you see are based upon waking precognitive visions of the future. I’ve rarely been able to do this myself as it only occurs when I’m physically and mentally exhausted.
Finally I would strongly suggest you keep a notebook of your precognitive experiences, the events you have seen, when they occurred. With one golden rule, no matter how strange or peculiar the event is, you must write it down. Once you can prove these precognitive events are happening to you, please don’t share it openly with people. Find the right people who are like you.
i-am-a-child-of-time asked: My husband has always had precognitive dreams, and to this day he experiences deja vu before an important event happens or an important decision is made. He just had the strongest deja vu he's had in years yesterday. I also have deja vu, but I cannot seem to figure out if mine are correlated with any events in my life. I've been having short flashes of deja vu lately, after having several strong episodes in a row. I'm waiting to hear back on a life-changing new job--related?
You’re most likely more aware of the dejavu during this period due to actively looking for signs that this job offer will come to fruition.
Actively being aware of your dejavu and future events will change your current behavior which is a paradox.
Anonymous asked: I have dreams of certain events, some just plain random. Then experience it later on in life... Is that considered déjà vu?
That’s called precognition. Deja vu is when you are unable to recall where you have seen this information/event before.
You can recall where you first saw it and you first saw it in your dreams. Hence, precognition.
weirddreamsorg asked: I found your post "Illusion of freewill and Donald Duck" really interesting as I've made similar attempts to make a precognitive dream not come true. For instance, trying to put a lawnmower in my shed instead of leaving it on my veranda while I went to the store. weirddreamsorg/lawnmower-dreams The biggest obstacle to freewill for me is not the attempt at trying to change things but the fact that other people were involved in hiring you for that job etc. Hope you keep posting!
If you don’t stay open to the possibility that you can change these precognitive dreams it can lead to a very dark path. These precognitive dreams are going to happen and the items, people, events are going to be there, it’s already happened. What you can change without a doubt is your mindset and how you reach that precognitive vision.
As an example, lets say you see an unpleasant event and in it you notice a pack of cards that are quite unique. You decide to destroy those cards, you destroy them. Happy in the knowledge that this scenario won’t happy you put it to the back of your mind. Six months later you happen to visit a relative/friend or they visit you. They’ve brought this pack of cards and the scenario unfolds. You could move to Timbuktu and it won’t stop the event.
Anonymous asked: Hmm... I wonder - since you are able to seemingly disconnect from the normal rules by seeing the future - might you be capable of bending other rules? If you can see the future or past, then somehow you can "escape" linear-time. What if you can break more rules? Like "escaping" space? Or even the self? Perhaps you can do something similar to teleportation or mind-reading?
Unfortunately the majority of people who claim to have any ‘psychic’ ability usually have mental health issues. That being said I strongly believe that any escape from this reality and a lack of understanding when in that reality can cause mental health issues.
When we find somebody’s reality too different to our own, it usually scares people. It’s safe and comforting to ‘know’ we all share the same reality. Any alternate reality is an enemy of the masses, only through mutual shared agreement does that reality become ‘real’.
Sitting in meditation and powering up your chakra making sure you’ve grounded yourself won’t get you anywhere. The majority of information when it comes to spiritualism is provided by nutjobs, cults and anybody with an interest in manipulating you for their own gains. If you have any interest in this area then I hope you do it in the search of knowledge and not for some movie based concept of psi-abilities which frankly don’t exist in the context that anybody seems to understand.
Anything is possible through your consciousness. Everything is impossible through the physical.
The world can only change from within - Eckhart Tolle
People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion. - Albert Einstein
I simply believe that some part of the human Self or Soul is not subject to the laws of space and time. - Carl Jung
A common problem with people who have heavy bouts of dejavu and precognition is whether or not they have freewill in the choices they make. If they already see an event take place a year ahead in their life and no matter what they do that event will come to pass.
Are they in control of their life’s?
One such event involved me having a vivid precognition with some unusual aspects that didn’t fit the usual way I would have a precognitive dream. Instead of seeing the event through my eyes, I saw it from behind myself. Instead of seeing it through my peripheral vision I saw it 360 degrees of my future self’s memory of the event.
I was inside a steel cage filled with cuttings, I saw myself sweeping the room. As I was watching myself I was aware that my future self had become aware that this was a precognitive dream. I was aware of my present thoughts on the situation but also my future self’s thoughts. I’m going to refer to my future self in the third person so this doesn’t get confusing. I watched as my future self suddenly stopped sweeping in the direction he was sweeping and turn completely around and sweep fast away where he then thought of Donald Duck.
I was a little confused by the precognition. I obviously had no control with my lucid dreaming yet it was a very strange situation to see myself in a steel box sweeping cuttings and thinking of Donald duck.
Six months to a year later I was seventeen years old and working in a paper factory. It had been a few months and I was switched to another building to help with a new job. It involved me taking the discarded cuttings from paper that was fed into two giant steel rooms, I would then compress them into bundles. I had swept the rooms for quite a few days without realising the similarity to my precognitive dream. Despite the constant similarities to my precognitive dream, it never caused an external stimulus triggering a memory response in my mind.
I had swept the rooms hundreds of times by now. It then hit me that I was seeing my precognitive dream. Everything was in place, the direction I was sweeping the clothes I wore, the placement of the paper, the height of the paper that had stacked. Within a second I had recalled that this was a precognitive dream and I decided to take action and prove that I had freewill. I would change how this precognitive dream was not a certainty of events to come. So I stopped brushing the way I was heading, I turned around and I thought to myself “Quickly! think of something random!”.
I thought of Donald Duck.
I had tried to change a future event and instead I had acted out the future event identical to how I saw it take place. My precognition had instead been a necessary part in creating the future.
A few people may read this having similar experiences and believe that we have no freewill (most will dismiss it as a fault with my memory). They will believe that doing nothing means that they inevitably end up at the same point even if they did something. Its a misunderstanding. Yes the event will come to pass but you choose how you reach that point. You can prepare your mind and engage with life or you can sit back and allow life to take you from point to point. The choice is yours and even though your choice may be an illusion take the illusion of engaging life and being prepared.
The following event could be described as a psychotic episode or an example of the power of the human mind and its capabilities.
I have only ever chosen to force a precognitive event to take place once. The aim of my goal was to speak to myself in the future. So I started mediation as a form of controlling my mind and so began my attempt at speaking to myself in the future.
As I sat in my meditative stance for some time, I found myself to be suddenly viewing a precognitive experience (no control over what I was seeing or doing). Then in my own mind I asked a question to this precognitive vision. I received a reply which consisted of “What the fuck is going on”. I had never received a reply to a precognitive vision before this event. I followed up my future self response with another question to which I received an enlightened response of “Wait, I know this, its happened before”. Within a much longer period than ten seconds I had asked my future self questions only to receive gibberish back. I concluded that my attempt was a failure and that I had merely had an unusual form of lucid dreaming.
Six month to a year later. I am sat at my computer when I suddenly feel a onset of deja vu and I recall the point in which I have seen this all before. When I was sat meditating trying to contact my future self. The placement of objects, time of day, clothes I am wearing, etc are all identical to the mediation experience.
What I can only describe as a voice from my memory, it asks me a question. The same question I asked when I was meditating the time I tried to contact my future self. I reply with a shocked comment in my own mind and not out loud “What the fuck is going on”. I receive a reply to my statement. This continues with the experience being a reversed experience of the time I tried to contact my future self.
It would be easy to say I had a psychotic experience, yet Ive never heard a voice, smelt or seen things that aren’t there. I have no history of mental illness and neither do my family members.
One possibility would be that I created a memory to recall itself when I experienced enough similar events to the vision I saw. An external stimulus triggering a memory response in my mind.
However that doesn’t explain why the memory was in reverse.
Unfortunately no research has ever been done with a control group who have been picked based upon their ability to Lucid Dream and recall their dreams upon waking in vivid detail. All research into precognition has involved a random populace. As such all research will continue to prove the numbers theory as correct.
Lucid dreaming (the ability to know you are dreaming and control that dream) and dream recall (being able to recall in vivid detail every aspect of your dream upon waking) are vastly under rated key aspects of the study into precognition.
In my own personal experience of being able to Lucid Dream and dream recall from the ages of ten till I was twenty-seven. It proved to be a fundamental aspect in being able to recognise when a precognitive dream/vision was taking place. I was no longer able to control the dream and instead I watched as a scenario played out. Upon waking I would ponder the event and not give it much thought due it being a mundane event. Six months or up to a two year period the event that I once dreamt would eventually take place.
It would be easy to explain the precognitive event as a one off or that I dreamt something just very similar. However I would on average have three different precognitive dreams a week. The events themselves were not similar, they were the same event as I would eventually see in the future.
The time of day, the sunlight, the clouds, the weather, the current environment due to previous weather conditions, the location of where I was stood, the clothes I was wearing, the current state of my body (cuts or dirt on hands) the location of where I was, the location of people and where they were stood, the clothes they wore, the location of where objects had been placed, the shadows on those objects and finally this was not a passing single event. Between 5-7 seconds any actions done by myself or anybody else including anything they said would play out identical word for word, action for action.
The mathematical probability of this being a similar event to a random dream is phenomenal. Even more so when this was taking place three times a week at different locations through out my life.
It wasn’t until I was sixteen when I discovered that other people do not have the same experiences as I do. It was only upon further research on the Internet that I discovered a very select few have had similar and continue to have similar experiences as I do.
The average person can only say “I’ve had deja vu”. They do not recall dreams and they do not have lucid dreams on a daily basis. This renders them as a useless control group for any study into precognition.
Sixty to seventy percent of us admit to getting the feeling of déjà vu at least once in our lives. Through out our history there have been those who have tried to understand why people believe they have precognitive visions/dreams with the main catalyst for this belief being déjà vu.
The mainstream theory is that its a numbers game, we on average dream four times a night, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. That amounts to 1460 dreams. Richard Wiseman covers the numbers game in more depth and concludes that we only choose to perceive the dreams that are similar to events in our life as apposed to the 1459 dreams that could be classed a precognitive failures in that year.
Based on this theory it is inevitable that if you gather a number of people a percentage will correctly predict future events.
Should you wish to look deeper into alternative theories regarding Precognition I would suggest:
Déjà vu is an important piece of the unconscious mind creating a believe of perceiving a future event that has already happened before. There are more than 40 theories as to what déjà vu is and what causes it, and they range from reincarnation to glitches in our memory processes. Déjà vu for people who are able to recall their precognitive dreams is the point in which we are aware that we are seeing a previously seen precognitive dream, some of us are also able to recall the exact point we previously had seen the event which disproves the theory of the mind creating a false memory.
Other explanations can be found here:
While my current experiences cannot be explained by mainstream theories I am left looking for the closet possible solution. It’s quite a leap a faith to state the following beliefs but when all current explanations have failed I am left with the only possibilities:
Time does not appear to be linear. Through out human history it has been documented that people have experinced future events and past events (retrocognition).
When we sleep we disassociate from ourself. We are no longer are aware of time, the restraints of our physical reality or the limitations of what our minds are capable of creating. Maybe becoming completely free of the constraints of our mind allows us to see past the constant illusion of time.
The average person will experience precognition at least once in their life. Yet they will not recall the experience upon waking, nor are they able to tell the difference between a precognitive vision and a random dream because they are unable to lucid dream. Six months to a year later (even sooner for some people) they will suddenly experience déjà vu but being unable to recall where they first saw the experience (it was in their dreams). They will have experienced an important point in their life. Dissociation from the current timeline and it will have meant nothing to them.