posted on Mar, 23 2009 @ 01:43 AM
I've been interested in the dreaming world since a young child and so typical of me - ran to the library and gobbled up every book I could find...and
that was preteen years.
I credit my ability to recall dreams to this early education. It's best for me to linger a bit upon waking and I can 'catch' the dreams with more
ease. I started out as most do...always keep a pen and paper next to your bed. Even if you're not quite awake or it's the middle of the night, try
to scribble down key words that might trigger memory upon being fully awake.
When I was in the professional world, I'd concentrate on a problem I was having and ask my higher self for guidance before sleeping. Many times I'd
dream of a solution or alternative. This works well with personal problems too. Just ask to have the answer revealed to you in dreams.
I dream in color. I can sometimes smell. I've had precog dreams with verification (telling someone about the dream and then the dream comes to pass)
I've mentioned these in several threads but, it's not often - it's usually in regards to a death of someone close to me. I didn't dream about 9/11
or Katrina - it seems these precog dreams are directly linked to me. I chalk it up to my higher self preparing mentally for what I'm about to
I've spoken a few times with those that have passed on. My father came to me in a dream soon after he passed. It was so vivid and I can still
remember it some 18 years later. I've mentioned this in another thread too but, it's interesting so... He came to me and sat on the side of my bed.
After some general chit chat he said something big would happen the year the Colts won the superbowl. Me and my dad bonded over football for whatever
that's worth. The Colts didn't have winning seasons for many years. Long story short - the year they did win, my mom passed away. I'm just glad I
told a few people about that dream before it became reality. I encourage all who even think they may have had a precog dream - after having one,
mention in casual conversation to someone close to you saying 'hey, I had the strangest dream' you don't have to mention it was possibly
precognition. Then, if it does come to pass - you have someone to validate your experience.
And then the experience I least like to talk about cuz it sounds a bit out there. I was reading a book about the Pleiadians and had read a few things
on ATS. So, I gave something a try. Everynight before I'd sleep I'd say that I was open to any positive diminsional entity or alien contact. After
about three days I did have a strange dream...I dreamt I was standing in the middle of a group of very tall, Nordic looking individuals who looked
regal and had long locks of hair. They also had a golden glow. I can't recall what they were saying but they weren't speaking to me. They were aware
of my presence but thought it not of consequence, like I was a fly on the wall. Now, having said that -albeit a vivid dream, I must conceed this could
all be suggestion from reading before I sleep. It was exciting none the less and I continue to practice today. This was just a few weeks ago.
I think there are a lot possibilities in dreams. From traveling to other diminsions, out of body experiences, communing with the dead, predicting
personal future, answer to our current personal troubles but we should also be mindful how our day to day activites play so heavily in our dreams. I
love picking apart the symbolism. I've recently had some unwanted attention on ATS and got strange U2Us that there were everything to disinfo agents
to psi ops working in my thread and on me. I thought it a bit paranoid so I brushed it off. I took a nap and in a dream people were outside my house
trying to break in. I looked out the window and made faces at them LOL
One of the coolest things about becoming consciously involved in your unconscious mind while sleeping is that sometimes...you can be aware you are in
fact dreaming and take control within the dream. It's an awesome feeling. My least favorite is lucid dreaming...dreaming you woke up got ready and
out the door only to wake up, realize it was dream, and do it all over again. Bummer!