posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 04:57 PM
Maybe there is something supernatural going on here, or something out of the ordinary, but I think the first thing to consider is this: the
unconscious portion of the human brain makes up the majority of the entire structure, while the conscious makes up only a small fraction by
comparison. Now, it has been proven that the unconscious or subconscious portion of the brain will retain information that NEVER even entered into
your conscious thought. For instance, you see some text out of the corner of your eye, or you read some text and forget about it, yet your
subconscious mind still retains that information with an almost photographic degree of accuracy.
Basically everyone does have a photographic memory. They just cannot recall it into their consciousness. It has also been shown that under hypnosis a
person can recall with remarkable accuracy information of the kind I am describing, which never entered conscious thought. So my point is that you
very well could have encountered this name before, and either never gave it a second thought or forgot about it, or your subconscious just happened to
retain it from someplace, even if it was never something you consciously acknowledged.
I think this is FAR more likely than any other explanation, especially the supernatural. In fact, the most likely explanation is that your brain
simply made this name up. That is definitely something the brain can do while a person is asleep. In fact, generally speaking, the subconscious is an
expert at creating imagery and non-traditional things internally. Dreams are intended to help people grow emotionally, spiritually, and physically,
and generally they are the manifestations of conflicts between the truth, ie the subconscious, and the conscious, which is what people think is the
truth. If that makes sense.
Anyway, the imagery can be magnificent. Better than any author or painter could put together, and it is not just random, as it makes sense for the
person and their problems, even if the person cannot understand what the dream actually means. So it stands to reason that an entire name could be
generated by the brain, and then remembered upon waking.
So when you consider that not only is it within the brain's power to do something like this, but it is sort of how the brain operates during
dreaming, it stands to reason that this is the most likely explanation, and not something that cannot be explained. But of course, anything is
possible more or less. So I could be wrong. The most logical or simplest explanation is NOT always the correct explanation, and too many people make
the mistake of thinking that. So I don't know exactly what is going on with this name that you have, but here is what I think you should do...
Since it came to you in a dream, focus on getting more information from dreams. With dreams, a person will mess themselves up if they attempt to force
them. By really focusing on wanting to have meaningful dreams, a person may be setting themselves up for failure. The trick is to be open and willing
for the experience, but not pushy. Sort of just be ready when it does happen. It is hard to explain I suppose. It may take a while, but I would be
willing to bet you can get some more information.
And maybe you will find the information is originating from within your own mind, or maybe you will discover it is coming from somewhere else
entirely. Either way, there is probably something going on that means something to you specifically, and I would also be willing to bet that whatever
it is, it will be something that is designed to help you expand your spiritual or emotional health.