It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.

 

Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.

 

How can we tell our dreams are coming true?

page: 1
0

log in

join
share:

posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 01:56 AM
link   
I'm really curious about my dreams coming true. I.E. alive in my face. I want to make my dreams come true and live life happy. No nightmares!




posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 01:59 AM
link   
hmmm... That's not an easy question to answer without more details. do you have anything to add? any indication that what you dream is happening? Any nightmares that have actually come true?



posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 02:01 AM
link   
reply to post by ChaosMagician
 


Just people I have never met reoccur, events, and what not. These people are fun and awesome to me.



posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 02:03 AM
link   
Dreams do literally come true. I have been personally having precognitive dreams occur since I was 15 and that's now 23 years of such dreams. They certainly haven't given me a good life, but have prepared me for some tragedy and even some good times.

They seem hard to control, hard to shape. I suppose if I could fully control these types of dreams I would have a better life then what I have right now. Not that my life is bad, but I can see room for improvement.

In your case, I think you are talking more about "Dreams" in the context of wishful desires and wants from your life, not so much the dreams that you experience when you sleep at night. I certainly am talking about dreams from sleep coming true.

What you could do is try thought-manifestation. www.paganspath.com...

Google thought manifestation and see if any of them appeal, I just linked one that seems to cover it in a general sense.



posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 02:06 AM
link   
Hmmm... recurring dreams? I have some dreams of certain themes, certain individuals appearing in them. Unfortunately I am in no position to give you advice on that because I can relate to what you're saying, but I also know that it can be disappointing and uneventful. It's just not possible for me to say when it comes to dreams and dreams alone. Unfortunately I can't tell the future and can barely gain enough insight into my own dreams. All I can say is good luck with your dreams. May they come true if that is what you want.



posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 03:21 AM
link   
in china people have an concept that if you speak out what you dreamed yesterday night in the morning you dream will come true mybe you can have a try



posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 04:09 AM
link   
reply to post by Blue_Mage
 


I haven't had nightmare in years. Well, that's not whole truth.. Instead I've had nightmares, but I haven't been afraid of them. No distrupting feelings whatsoever, whatever took place in dreams.

But in recent years, I've realized the nature of fear, and maybe this is because I am not terrified by nightmares. And I rarely see dreams, that are "nightmarish" in their nature.

About dreams coming true, I've also got precognitive dreams that have foretold the future. It is because I speak with my unconsciousness and sometimes it has more information about things than my consciousness. And in turn, this is because sensoral stimuli are received with greater detail by unconsciousness. For example, our eyes perceive a change in a single photon, but our consciousness cannot pick that up, but rather filters things so that we only see what we consciously deem relevant.

-v



posted on Dec, 7 2010 @ 12:01 PM
link   
First let go of your attachments and desires of these dreams. Future events do not just happen because you want them to or you wish to. For that event to occur, other events directly or indirectly related, must take place. This, I am afraid, which is beyond our controls. A single individual could only control so much. Just live out your life as you see fit at the moment and allowing your unconscious to work itself. If things would happen, it will happen.

For me, the more these dreams cause me to develop a strong desire and attachment, the more I have to be cautious and trying to become less attached. Most of my dreams that came true weren't "good." Like visions serving as warning signs. Dreams that caused me to feel calm and happy tend to be dealing with the way I handle myself in a situation. They have little to do with what other people treating me.



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 01:58 AM
link   

Originally posted by ChiForce
First let go of your attachments and desires of these dreams. Future events do not just happen because you want them to or you wish to. For that event to occur, other events directly or indirectly related, must take place. This, I am afraid, which is beyond our controls. A single individual could only control so much. Just live out your life as you see fit at the moment and allowing your unconscious to work itself. If things would happen, it will happen.

For me, the more these dreams cause me to develop a strong desire and attachment, the more I have to be cautious and trying to become less attached. Most of my dreams that came true weren't "good." Like visions serving as warning signs. Dreams that caused me to feel calm and happy tend to be dealing with the way I handle myself in a situation. They have little to do with what other people treating me.


I have to say that sometimes in order for something to happen, you have to take steps toward whatever it is you're trying to achieve. Granted, sometimes it's best to let the chips fall where they may but everybody knows this is not always the case. Does your food cook itself? do your groceries buy themselves? Does your career take off by itself? Do your offspring birth themselves?

In the case of dreaming of someone you have never met...first you should ask yourself- are you certain you have never met them and maybe just forgot? secondly, (if indeed you have NEVER met them) where do you think they could, perhaps, be? If neither of those do you any good...then I'd say pray to whoever or whatever you pray to if you feel that strongly about it. maybe look for clues in the dream as well? Who knows?
edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 10:39 AM
link   

Originally posted by ChaosMagician


I have to say that sometimes in order for something to happen, you have to take steps toward whatever it is you're trying to achieve. Granted, sometimes it's best to let the chips fall where they may but everybody knows this is not always the case. Does your food cook itself? do your groceries buy themselves? Does your career take off by itself? Do your offspring birth themselves?

In the case of dreaming of someone you have never met...first you should ask yourself- are you certain you have never met them and maybe just forgot? secondly, (if indeed you have NEVER met them) where do you think they could, perhaps, be? If neither of those do you any good...then I'd say pray to whoever or whatever you pray to if you feel that strongly about it. maybe look for clues in the dream as well? Who knows?
edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)


Let me give you few words of cautions before one may find oneself in deep troubles. Your precognitive dream is the result of your unconscious at work. You can't possibility use your consciousness to affect the outcome because you don't have the necessary consciousness power. You use cooking analogy???
Well, let's use that, shall we. How can you cook food for dinner if the food hasn't been harvested yet? Or fishes haven't been caught. Or the lake has been frozen because of the Winter. And you aren't a fisherman or a farmer. What if you don't know how to cook? All of a sudden, your sense of controls becomes an illusion. This stems from the fact that you fail to grasp the magnitude of the unconscious message because you lack the necessary consciousness power to understand the force which is far beyond you. Is like trying to contain the ocean with a large cup...

edit on 8-12-2010 by ChiForce because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 04:11 PM
link   

Originally posted by ChiForce

Originally posted by ChaosMagician


I have to say that sometimes in order for something to happen, you have to take steps toward whatever it is you're trying to achieve. Granted, sometimes it's best to let the chips fall where they may but everybody knows this is not always the case. Does your food cook itself? do your groceries buy themselves? Does your career take off by itself? Do your offspring birth themselves?

In the case of dreaming of someone you have never met...first you should ask yourself- are you certain you have never met them and maybe just forgot? secondly, (if indeed you have NEVER met them) where do you think they could, perhaps, be? If neither of those do you any good...then I'd say pray to whoever or whatever you pray to if you feel that strongly about it. maybe look for clues in the dream as well? Who knows?
edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)


Let me give you few words of cautions before one may find oneself in deep troubles. Your precognitive dream is the result of your unconscious at work. You can't possibility use your consciousness to affect the outcome because you don't have the necessary consciousness power. You use cooking analogy???
Well, let's use that, shall we. How can you cook food for dinner if the food hasn't been harvested yet? Or fishes haven't been caught. Or the lake has been frozen because of the Winter. And you aren't a fisherman or a farmer. What if you don't know how to cook? All of a sudden, your sense of controls becomes an illusion. This stems from the fact that you fail to grasp the magnitude of the unconscious message because you lack the necessary consciousness power to understand the force which is far beyond you. Is like trying to contain the ocean with a large cup...

edit on 8-12-2010 by ChiForce because: (no reason given)


1 Your conscious can certainly affect outcome. It does it all the time. In order to affect an outcome that stems from the subconscious, you have to find the link between the world while you are awake and the subconscious. Sure, that link may not exists and no harm is done other than wasting time... but dreams are quite often a reflection of reality as we see it when we are awake so there is possibly a connection whether the dreamer knows it right now or not.
2 As for the food analogy, if the food hasn't been harvested yet and it's not at the store, you better go harvest it or you're going to starve. Oh but what if the food hasn't been grown... better grow food or else starve! No fish? Get a rod and reel and learn. winter time? better look for other food sources or starve if you didn't prepare for the winter. If you don't know how to cook, hunt or farm and none of it is being done for you... then you will die. Plain and simple. My point stands even more so now. If you wait on things to always be handed to you, you may never have them at all. If the dreamer has a dream and wants it to be true, then why not pursue it whether than just sit around hoping that it will manifest? If it doesn't turn out well, then it was a mistake but at least he doesn't have the regret of doing nothing at all... like the poor hungry cold person in winter time with no food and no foresight.
3 Speaking of foresight and being "careful" By your logic, I shouldn't go outside today. Why? I don't know how to predict the future and there is no telling what will happen out there. I shouldn't talk to anyone, because I don't read minds and my conscious doesn't have the power to protect me in all situations. As a matter of fact... I shouldn't even live because statistics prove that all things that live- die... and this is all pointless, isn't it? No- it isn't, because we are the dreamers having the dream.
4 Speaking of failing to grasp things, how can you grasp the danger of ANY situation without knowing? Without specifics? without some way of sensing danger even in the slightest. Does the dreamer sense danger? let's ask because he doesn't seem to. You can't present an argument of some kind of known danger without leaving the details unknown. It's pointless. if you want to talk specific dangers, talk specifics. It's the only way that argument can be absorbed. All this "what if" gets no one anywhere. Do you realize how strange it sounds to speak of grave warnings about a member of a message board talking about a dream that he has taken a shine to the content of? It's sounds kind of silly to be taking it that serious. It sounds as though you are equating the argument to a more dire situation in your mind... all the while leaving the specifics of that dire situation to be guessed and imagined by anyone in any shape or fashion they choose... and in my case, without specifics... I will simply dismiss it as inconsequential. How could you possibly blame me? we are talking about someone who had a dream that would simply like for it to come true, not someone who had a dream that he is a brain surgeon and is going to attempt it now. Relax.

edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 04:16 PM
link   
reply to post by Blue_Mage
 


I am totally opposite to you, and i do not want to know anything happiness, as the world is a sick and twisted place, and i would rather just be the way i am and know about this stuff. There is a sickness in this world, and the things people do to make themselves happy at expense of others is sick.

Be careful what you wish for, is all i will say.



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 07:06 PM
link   

Originally posted by ChaosMagician
who had a dream that would simply like for it to come true, not someone who had a dream that he is a brain surgeon and is going to attempt it now. Relax.

edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)


How about a restraining order from the court??? Let's hope this person isn't a woman. Even though you are deep into your visions or dreams, not everyone around you share the same thoughts.



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 08:34 PM
link   

Originally posted by ChiForce

Originally posted by ChaosMagician
who had a dream that would simply like for it to come true, not someone who had a dream that he is a brain surgeon and is going to attempt it now. Relax.

edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)


How about a restraining order from the court??? Let's hope this person isn't a woman. Even though you are deep into your visions or dreams, not everyone around you share the same thoughts.


Of course they don't. Are we going to learn the alphabet today as well.

Why are you insisting on going over the obvious? I never suggested this guy stalk anyone or bother anyone. What is the difference between being interested in someone you know and pursuing that and being interested in someone you saw in a dream and trying to connect them to reality and the viola! one day you realize that person is right under your nose and you think to yourself, maybe this was supposed to happen and he takes a chance and lucks up... or maybe he doesn't and he has to walk away thinking maybe he could learn from the experience and refine his approach or accept a friendship instead...who knows?

there is a big difference between pursuing an idea and stalking someone. I shouldn't have to point this out. the subject is about his dreams... not his behavior after he finds and meets a person that he hasn't even mentioned yet. why are you so ready to assume that if he is able to connect his dreams to reality, if that DOES in fact happen, that he is automatically a stalker?! that's a bit much! I personally would be insulted if someone tried to explain to me the dynamics of such things when all we were referring to was his dreams. Way to jump to conclusions.

I don't even know how you see fit to tie your arguments to such ideals as though you have some piece of logic that the rest of us haven't been clued into yet. if so, out with it. that's the best way to present your argument. Do you KNOW this guy is planning on stalking someone? Do you KNOW this is related to an unwelcome obsession? If you do, then base your argument in facts, not what ifs. this is putting the cart before the horse. How can you make these assumptions? Where is your evidence that this will happen? Why are you even bringing it up as if he has already gone out and done something like you know better than anyone else what his dreams consist of? What is even the point of all this without first ASKING.... basing your counter argument in logic not fifty million different ways to play out damage control. Do you even get out of bed in the morning or do you just stay there counting all the possibilities of what COULD happen. just you getting out of bed is more likely to result in disaster than us sitting here talking about some guys dream on the internet.

seriously, what are you basing this on? you have a scenario in your mind that you are attempting to tie this to but aren't coming out and saying what it is and if you don't, then it's pointless to argue it as a real situation. Until you tie this situation to a factual event then all of your arguments will appear like nothing more than damage control from someone who sounds like they are against doing anything that could involve any type of risk whatsoever, especially if it involves women+happiness+dream.... cause we all know what that means, don't we?


edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 09:29 PM
link   

Originally posted by ChaosMagician
)


You need to cut down your writing. Also, with over 400 posts, you haven't had a single flag? It seems that you have never started a thread of your own. I do wonder if you have anything worthwhile to share. So, you encourage the OP to pursue this dream and trying to find out the names and the actual locations of these people he saw in his dream. People that he didn't know. So, the OP will spend all of his times and energies to pursue the details in his dreams in the hope that they will provide him with the actual locations and names of these peoples? That is seriously wrong. Shouldn't he be questioning himself why he is attaching to these images? What if the characters in these dreams change? Dreams are very and quite often symbolic. You are telling me the OP should be chasing the physical existence of these symbols? Like I said, you have no clues. Not to mention when your emotions are vulnerable and your consciousness failing to see clearly, your dreams will play tricks on you. Since the OP hasn't been enlightened yet or possessed a high degree of consciousness power, he will become vulnerable. BTW, if the OP is going to take this dream seriously as you have suggested, the OP will see every clue he has uncovered as signs of some destiny (could be self-fulfilling). A purpose. Assuming he makes some progress of who knows how, the other person will not share the same enthusiasm. What is he going to say to this person? "BTW, I have been searching for you because you treated me very nice in my dream." Like WTF.......
edit on 8-12-2010 by ChiForce because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 8 2010 @ 11:37 PM
link   

Does putting your whole post in bigger font make it seem like a better argument?
First of all, you are off topic. Are you trying to derail this thread? It seems to me like you certainly *are* trying to derail this thread if you have resorted to attacking my membership on this website. Is that your best tactic because you don't like the fact that my opinion is different from yours?
As for me cutting my posting down, I don't make alts like some people so it only appears as though I post a lot. Compared to some, I'm sure I post very little. Concerning no flags and what-not... the whole time I have been this forum I have only flagged one or two threads, not because I don't like a lot of the content but because it doesn't cross my mind very often and although it may be a nice gesture, I certainly don't consider little status symbols of some great importance. I think it's sad to see someone put so much enthusiasm into a complimentary feature when I'm sure most can agree that it's not the most important aspect of the site itself.
And no, I have not yet made any threads of my own. Every time I come onto the site it seems there is some topic being discussed that catches my eye and I spend a little while going through topics and after a while I tire of being online and am done. How very premature of you to insinuate that I have nothing to offer because I have never started a thread. Maybe I don't feel like it. I have been told on multiple occasions that my thoughts and contributions were appreciated. If this is an attempt to make me feel like "less of a member"
... I have to tell you that it is counter intuitive. I think that by you making this thread about dreams now about my membership on this forum, you have actually revealed more about yourself than anyone.

As for telling this guy to pursue his dreams without knowing anything about the people...well, you apparently didn't read my post at all, did you? I specifically asked him if it could be someone he knew and that he just forgot... or that his dream might have had some clue in it to tell him where he has met these people before and it has slipped his mind. I suggested that he pursue it by trying to connect his dreams to consciousness and to find out what could become of it. I was specifically trying to discourage him from sitting around hoping his dreams would just come true and thinking that he will find some kind of happiness if he just pursues the dreamstate and turns it inward. Now you have taken what I have said and turned it around. I guess you are just angry. I'm sorry but to me that's funny because you have no reason to be angry about this.

I simply do not agree that he should be full of fear and avoid all notions that it could be a reflection of something in his world and not just a dream. It's obviously what his heart desires. Of course it's not good to go about things in an unhealthy manner... such as INSISTING that this person give him kindness because it's what his dream reflected but I am not here to say all the things like you have said... that his consciousness doesn't have the power and the control and all the other disparaging things that you have said under the presumption that this person doesn't know how to behave in life at all.

.. and where is the member who posted this now? Hmmm?

Oh, what is that I smell? Ah, the things some will do to try to bait and one-up on others, for enjoyment? notoriety? because they are mad? sad?

Who knows?... but I can safely say with a clear conscience that *this* I do not do.
Make this all about my posting as you want. It amuses me.
edit on 8-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)



new topics

top topics


active topics

 
0

log in

join