posted on Aug, 6 2014 @ 10:17 AM
I have wondered about dreams as well. I have often had dreams where I have lived for a period of two months and when I wake I remember the whole two
months. The memories will fade quick if I don't write it down.
I had a prophetic dream when I was 8, nothing special, just walking through a store behind my mother, who was bringing a black dress to the dressing
room. In the dream i was watching a the dress was dragging on the ground behind her. Woke up and lo and behold, mother took me to Mervyn's, where
she picked the same dress and it dragged on ground on the way to dressing room.
After 9/11 I had a dream of another attack, I saw bars/restaurants exploding on both sides of the street, with people running away. In the dream I
knew the city started with a "B", but couldn't remember the actual name. A few months after the dream I saw the same scene on TV of the bombings
As a side note, after my father divorced my mother, he was basically living in a crappy apartment and quite depressed. He dreamed he bought a winning
scratchers ticket at a certain store. As soon as he woke up, he went out to that store and bought some scratchers. He won $10,000. This enabled him
to buy a plot of land (this was about 30 years ago) and put a down payment on a house. So far, I haven't had my dad's money mojo, but I did dream
of "being together" with a friend from work (who I didn't know had just been dumped), a few weeks later we started dating and we have now been
married for 9 years.
I absolutely believe there is more to our dreams, you just have to have to courage to be able to deal with the bad stuff as well. After the Bali
incident, I made myself stop remembering my dreams for awhile, because it really scared me. You also have to be able to sort out the different types
of dreams, like the OP said. Some are to work things out, some are to enlighten, some are memories, and some are your body trying to tell you things.