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Deja Vu and Dreams Really Coming True

Updated on April 17, 2016
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Dreams can and DO come true. But it is a bit more complex than you may think, and many who have not experienced dreams like this can find it confusing. How is it possible for dreams to come true? Iv'e never had a premonition, do they really exist?

Well, the answer is, yes. Having my own psychic dream experience was full of revalations, which I will now share with you and how it changed my ideas about dreaming forever.

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My Dream Come True...Well, Not Exactly...

It happened a couple years back, when I was working through school at a local restaurant. Dreaming about losing my job was never my ideal prediction, I would have much preffered winning the lottery. Nonetheless, this is what happened.

The Dream:

I dreamt I was at work, standing in a distinct location of the restaurant. This strange feeling swept over me, and I was hit with an intuitive understanding that I was going to be fired.

A coworker of mine approached me and we engaged in conversation about my job status. I then asked her why I was fired. She replied, explaining that the boss's wife was jealous of me and did not want me working there. I woke up, this dream vivid in my mind. It was so realistic and detailed, it lingered in my mind days afterwards.

(This may be a good time to note that my boss's wife did bar tend at the restaurant in real life, so that being the reason I was fired is not a far fetched theory.) I was scheduled to work again a couple days after this dream. I went in that day not vaguely prepared for what would happen next.

 

In Reality:

For whatever reason it was, I went to the distinctive location in the restaurant that I went to in my dream. All of the sudden I felt like a piece of a puzzle that was put in its place. Every detail, every sensation, every inch of my surroundings, perfectly mimicked my dream. This brought on the most intense and overwhelming rush of Deja Vu that I have yet to experience in my life. I must have looked like I was seeing a ghost or maybe even losing my mind, because at that point in time everything for me froze as my feeble brain scrambled to make sense of it. This was it, I was to be fired!

Remembering how I had spoken to my coworker in my dream, I approached her, as she just so happened to be scheduled to work with me that night. I was so shocked by my recent revelation that I needed to reach out to someone. Who better than the coworker from my dream, maybe she could give me some more answers. I told her with grave seriousness that I was going to get fired that night. She looked puzzled, but started rattling off jobs that she could help me find "if" I were to be fired.

Sure enough, what was inevitable had played out. I left that night for the last time, jobless. Having absolutely no doubt that this dream was a precise prediction of the future, I also have no doubt that the boss's wife being jealous of me was the reason it happened. But the most important thing to be learned from this story is how Deja Vu and dream premonitions are interlinked.

That "Been There, Done That" Feeling

So many people have different opinions about what Deja Vu is. Most of us experience it from time to time. For those unfamiliar with this sensation, it is the feeling that you have been somewhere before or done something before, but you cannot recall where or when. And no, it is not the same thing as waking up every morning and brushing your teeth, then remembering that. It is much more intensified.

Deja Vu is the feeling described earlier, like matching the piece of a "puzzle" to its rightful position, in the sense that every sight, sound, smell, taste, touch,thought, feeling, and sensation of existence is completely identical to the lost memory, even if just for a second. It can be quite eerie to mirror a past event so perfectly and not be able to recall it.

Some people reason this away as a glitch of the mind: subconscious memories that were trapped and are now resurfacing. And that may very well be true, in a sense. If we knew where these memories were originating from, we could discover exactly what Deja Vu is. This is exactly what I have found out.

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Deja Vu is A Lost Prediction

As stated, one theory about Deja Vu is that it is simply a manifestation of the subconscious mind. That being said, take into consideration that while sleeping and dreaming, the subconscious mind runs rampant. This is what dreams are made of.

Sometimes we remember our dreams, and sometimes in great detail, like the dream I had about being fired. That was a special kind of dream, a premonition. For whatever reason, it came true.

When I had Deja Vu about the dream later, that was simply my mind remembering the dream. I was aware of the dream because I remembered it when I woke up. But we do not remember all of our dreams. Since dreams can be predictions and come true, wouldn't it be reasonable to suggest that we can have these "predictions", or dreams, and then wake up the next morning without recalling them?

This leads me to my theory:

Deja Vu is the subconscious mind recalling a dream that our conscious minds did not recall. It seems highly possible that Deja Vu could be a prediction from a dream that you don't remember having, or a lost prediction.

Life Is But A Dream

I never in a million years would have been able to come up with this theory that links dreams and Deja Vu, if not for experiencing it firsthand. The fact that it happened to me is the only real evidence I have to prove this, and too bad it is not tangible. But it makes alot of sense if you think about it enough. And what's amazing is that it proves dreams can be predictions!

Imagine the thousands of things you could be predicting every night, and just forgetting about, since we can't remember all of our dreams!

Next time you have Deja Vu, embrace the fact that you have psychic powers, because you predicted something in a dream. We all have amazing abilities, sometimes we just forget them (In this case, literally). We can't remember every dream, but practicing dream recall is a great way to harness our powers of prediction.

The power of the mind is astonishing, and I hope to provide more insights into it. I have a premonition that I will.

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      FortuneTeller420 5 days ago

      I've had this experience with asking this girl out, I did this standing in the same exact spot as in my dream the previous night at school which is a location which I've never seen her even pass by before. I began feeling as though I could tell the future day after day for a week and a half when I stopped making these predictions.

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      Thomas Laskowski 2 weeks ago

      Update on my situation.

      These are not deja vus.

      Please watch some Elon Musk youtube videos on simulation theory. It's quite real, at least for me.

      Then there is a really good TV series that I already watched. Person Of Interest.

      There were many movies about this. It's not science fiction.

      The Matrix, Inception, Now You See Me 2...

      If you google my name, you will not find the real me. All those companies, social media accounts and more are not real. Gantech? Very not funny...

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      Rebecca 3 weeks ago

      I do not know "dreams" are/were, sometimes it's just something that pops in my head while standing and someone. I don't write them down, as suggested 1, cause I don't remember them, til they happen. 2. if it's tied to close personal "relationships" they are usually just thought of as dreams and not usually bad (sometimes neither good or bad).

      However, the most puzzling piece for me, is that bad things I "dream" about those I never met (sometimes been in presences for several hours on one or more occasions. You don't want to write them down "if" you do remember or any length of time cause a. if you don't write it down, or say it out loud 'it won't happen" but sadly that's not the case. One that happened to me on more than several occasions but didn't remember til it happened the last one (though never actually met/shook hands with person) was one of if not the most painful) had "dream" about a month before and later had a "thought" that I immediately wished I didn't have (not about this person specifically though the dream itself was).

      The other strange piece is ever since it happened I feel "reborn" and have had things in my life go in a more positive direction

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      Katharina 4 weeks ago

      I have Dejan Vu many many times. I do not recall dreaming these situations until they happen, and 95% of the time the dream was dreamed years or months before I am in that exact situation. What is odd and disturbing is my dreams and the Data Vu experiences are getting closer together. The feelings are getting stronger also. These Dejan Vu experiences at a job that I never thought I would be at or a place that did not exist when I had the dreams. I just wonder why my dreams and the true experiences are getting closer together?

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      Dank memes 4 weeks ago

      I dreamt I was sitting outside with my friends talking about school and in that moment a car crashed into a small tree. But then I went to go play with my friends I realized that I was stating down with my friends talking about school just like my dream so I felt really odd. So then I said lets play tag and at that every moment my neighbor crashed into a large tree the only thing different about my dr am is the tree and it really freaked me out

      But

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      No one special 4 weeks ago

      As a child I always had a few odd dreams here and there where I can feel every heartbeat, feel everything, smell everything, to me it felt like a curiosity, it felt real. Not long after, months and weeks will pass when that exact thing happens, my body weakens and my brain races as I tell myself I've been here. Crazy as it sounds I've lived through it, think of me whatever you like but I know what I felt when it happened. I just wanna know how is it possible to foresee a certain event in the future and why does 1 person get to know and not the rest. Is this a worldwide thing ppl get and forget or do certain people get it, how is it possible that a dream can show you something that's going to happen.

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      Terry Ballard 4 weeks ago

      I always have prophetic dreams, I don't believe we can know the future. I believe, it's time thats different. I've been having them since I was young.

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      Karma 6 weeks ago

      I have dreams about the future but every time it happen it only appeared for like 3-5 secs then disappeared i don't know when it happens or whats happens next tho, like i flash about me falling and scratch my leg on the school ground while joging and it happens later the day

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      Anonymous 6 weeks ago

      It hadn't happened tip me at all, until A couple years ago i had a very strange dream, and at the end of it someone said "All Of Your Dreams Will Come True".

      Enter since then, I've been having ALOT! of déjà vu with my dreams.

      But time passed by AMD I'm not getting it anymore, strange

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      Jason 6 weeks ago

      I see movie clips in my mind and somehow I'll end up seeing that movie clip somewhere somehow. It's always a movie that I've seen before. Sometime I'll relive a moment in my life that already happened in my mind down to every detail. The other day I stopped what I was doing and looked at my wife and said we are moving in two years and my dad (who lives with us ) wasn't in the picture.

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      Mason 6 weeks ago

      I have experienced this as well many times actually it comes in streaks there will be weeks were 2-3 days I get an incredible feeling that I've seen this all before some times I can remember full conversations from dreams months before suddenly and be able to talk to the person I'm with and have very similar conversations. For example I had dreamed of me and a group of friends sitting on a trampoline late in the night in a friends backyard I had never done this before and the dream seamed scarily vivid a couple days later sure enough on thing lead to another and one of my friends mentioned going to sit on the trapoline to chill and all 7 of my friends ended up on the trampoline in the same backyard were we participated in the same activitys we had in my dream. Just one of my several experiences with this and one of the most shocking.

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      Zoey 8 weeks ago

      I get the deja vu and it some times happens days or months or even years later after i dream it and when it does i remember the dream its happened off an on as i grow up and then after i get deja vu a couple days later i forget it all but remember i felt deja vu and when u try to think what it was i start to feel dizzy and get a mini head ache

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      Marie 2 months ago

      I have experienced this throughout my life... I am wondering if there is a way to make this a more frequent occurrence

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      Rachel 2 months ago

      i just wanted to comment to help confirm your theory. my dreams are sometimes visions of the future, and i dont recall them, more specifically i hardly ever recall my dreams. ive come to realize that i only ever forget my dreams that are visions- which is honestly very annoying as the only way i remember the vision is when it happens. i get intense feelings of dejavu, and pretty much every time dejavu strikes it is in that moment that i am able to recall the dream i had of that moment, and sometimes i even remember when i had the dream. for the most part ive only ever received visions of my husband and i, and he gets visions of us too. last year he told me of a dream he had where we had a daughter, shelooked to be 3 and i looked to be around 23 or 24. funny thing is, we cant have children. but a few months ago i discovered i am pregnant with a girl, and it is just the right time that when i am 24 she will be 3. he remembers his visions usually, but hes also more spiritually intact and knowing. i am not, i didnt beleive things like this until he showed me the truth and reality of the world we live in. your dejavu theory is correct. it is constantly happening to me. now i just need to figure out how to control it better and how to remember it before it happens.

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      chelsea1987 2 months ago

      I also get a sensation and my mind goes right back to that dream. I cant remember the dream as We all have many. its only untill im at that specific point and thinking the exact thing that I dreampt it all comes flooding back. Even the momory of waking after it. The dream comes into my head. Its almost like its planned out. I know that something may happen soon. Because these dreams come back to me so vividly and it is a bit mind blowing when it happens. I almost say whoa to myself I have been here in my dream. The same thought, the same place. Distinct things like the weather, the air. The feelings and things that I thought wouldnt happen, do. Its crazy. It cant be coinsidence. But the mind is such a powerfull thing and isnt fully understood. I am starting to believe that we all have a path and sometimes our minds tune into it. Dreams arent fully understood. They make sense of the reality of things and work things out for you. Nut maybe there is a deeper and spiritual side to them as well.

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      Ranika 2 months ago

      I had a dream it came through. I dreamt about a plane crash and it happened the next day.

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      Boycearchie@yahoo.com 3 months ago

      Term 1 physics exam. I dreamt of a physics problem and to my surprise found it on the test paper.

      Term 2. I dream of physics problem just before the exam. I say to myself. I'm checking this problem. It might come up. To lazy to check but sure enough it was on test paper. Nothing for term3

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      Jonathan L. 3 months ago

      Your "puzzle piece" analogy is exactly as I would describe my moments. I've had these intense deja vu moments since I was a young teen. You're one of the only people I have seen describe it in the way I see it.. it isn't just a "similar" or "vaguely familiar" moment. It is literally, THE same moment as dreamt. You simply watch it unfold before you; saying, hearing, doing, feeling the same things for a brief moment.

      I agree with most of your conjecture. However, my experiences can't quite be explained by any sort of shorter term prediction theory. I have my dreams years before they occur at times, sometimes from across the globe.

      One instance of this was this: as a kid I dreamt that I was taller, a different physique, in a foreign place that I'd never seen, with faces unfamiliar to me, yet in my dream I was very close friends with them. I could feel the connection, like brothers. I woke up confused and dismissed it. Then, after highschool when I joined the military, got to my unit, deployed, came back, and went to the desert for more training, the moment struck. My point is that there was so much time, so many decisions leading to that insignificant moment in time, so many years between the dream and the realization of it. It couldn't have been any sort of mental prediction. It feels like literally seeing through my future self's eyes when I dream that way. So crazy.

      So glad to have found an account of the same type of experience!

      Jonathan

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      Peter orr 3 months ago

      I read your article and I have many experience of my dreams coming true. But what I want to know is. What dose it mean?

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      Sam 3 months ago

      Thank you so much for this article!!!

      Atleast now I can breathe easy knowing I am not crazy. There were many instances of Deja Vu were my dreams turned out to be true. For me i only vaguely remember the dream but when the deja vu happens i can recall everything and its like reliving the moment again. Every minute details are same including the people in it. If you have more articles on this please let me know. Thanks a lot!!!

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      Talkingbird 3 months ago

      I had three dreams before my brother died all in the week he died. The first one was of a church funeral. It was so real I told my grandma I thought she was going to die. The second one was of a baby blue coffin and my family standing around it crying. This was the color my aunt picked out for him because my immediate family couldn't do it. The last was a big house and my brother was standing there at the door. He was about 8 in this dream but he was 15 when he hung himself. I am 2 years younger than him. Anyways In the last dream I walked up to this house an asked my brother at 8 years old where is vincy? Vincy was our nickname for him. He started laughing and saying your never going to see him again while I was running through the house saying "Vincy where are you?" The morning after this dream at around 4 a.m. I woke up to my dad screaming and ran out to see my brother hanging from the tree in front. This was when I was 13 and it has always stuck with me. I used to also have dreams that I was a different person and had a different life and than I would meet someone with the same life story as my dream. I've always had where I was awake since I was at least 5. Where I knew I was dreaming and couldn't wake myself up. I've never had dreams of falling only going up and I can't stop myself from going up until I leave the atmosphere and die than I wake up. I've always wondered what all of this meant and its really comforting to know there are a lot of other people who have had some similar situations.

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      Tammy 3 months ago

      I have dreams that come true and the ones I do remember mostly have to do with some kind of mass distraction... like suenomies , and people dieing ... for example I had a dreams about 911 over and over two years before it happened ... one that really stocked in my head is dreams of me mom getting cancer and dieing ... she did end up getting cancer ... and had a good fight for two years and did die ... and not long after I had a dream of her sitting alone in a room on the floor ... the room looked like a very small basement with no door and she was crying and telling me she was not ok... that dream haunts me ...

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      Star 4 months ago

      I am awake and writing because I just woke up from another deja vu type dream. In my case though, the dream started out with my husband having a yard sale after I went to bed. I heard noise so I get up, and we start arguing about it. Then my ten year old son, grabs my arm, and had his fingernails scrape down my arm, enough to break skin, but as I tell him to stop, he proceeds to put my leg is some UFC kind of hold, and I thought he was going to break it. I plea with him to stop because he's breaking my leg. Then while he still thinks I'm joking, it starts to put me in a rear naked choke, but his arm was over my nose and I couldn't breath. I'm crying saying I can't breath...then I wake up.....I start telling my husband about my dream, and my son came in and showed me his iPad and his fingernails scratched down my arm, removing the hair and leaving the top layer of skins exposed. As my husband gets up, I'm still screaming and crying, he puts his arms around me, holding my arms as we are

      Too dark and it was causing me not to breathe. I keep saying I can't breath as his arms got higher up on my body, so much so that they were eventually around my face causing me not to breathe..... I was freaking out big time ONLY TO ACTUALLY WAKE UP!!!!! Yes, it was a deja vu dream dream. After this happened in my dream and I am actually awake,,,,IM SHAKING, SCARED, CONFUSED, CANT BREATHE!!! I wake up my husband and start telling him about my dream, but he's half asleep so no response. That's why I'm on here talking right now, I'm scared of going back to sleeep even though my eyes are very heavy. Anyways, these types of dreams have been going on for about three weeks now. Scared, terrified, restlesss.... it always involves my son, and we are being hunted down, and trying to run and they catch myself and my child, and try torturing us, or breaking his cochlear implants he wears, which give him the ability to hear, These dreams are so vivid, the linger in my head for weeks. Can anyone tell me why I keep having these types of dreams where deva vu makes me think I'm awakes.....but I'm not, only to dream the dream in deja vu form. What does these dreams mean!

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      awsomeness 4 months ago

      One time when I dreamed something i was talking with my friend and he paused for a sec and I asked him whats wrong he said "hav'nt we been here before"

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      jenn geary 4 months ago

      so i have had these dreams for a long time that they do come true eventually. i have had them since i was beaten unconscious. i also dream of my grand mother who has passed long ago. i use to see her in january when she passed but for the past 2 yrs i have not. i dont know what happened. my husband now has learned to live with my dreams but at times they get violent and i self inflict myelf. there is one i have had from when i was 16 yrs old and no matter how deep i get into the dream i cannot see behind me. can you explain some of this...thank you

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      Mesa 5 months ago

      I have this happen all the time. and i would like to figure out which dreams are the real predictions and which ones are just regular dreams that dont mean anything.

      Sometimes my dreams take days to be fulfilled other times it takes so long that i wont remember it anymore till im living it and it hits me like a ton of bricks and it takes my breath away.

      Why is it always bad news. :(

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      Anika 6 months ago

      I had a dream that came true once, it was a couple of months ago and the only person I've told is my dad. I'm not going to explain every thing that happened in my dream but everything that did happen came true! And not just coincidental things, like big things. I then had this theory that my dad told me and I wanted to share it. Basically time is 4d, ( btw I'm not saying this is correct it's a theory ) and time

      Is spiral shaped, and sometimes the two bits of the spiral collide into either the future or the past, usually the future. And you can't see this happen because it's so quick but your self conscience picks up a single that this has already happened or will happen depending on your dream. Please reply back

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      Sam 6 months ago

      Good Day,

      I had 3 dreams the first true came true and I fear that the third one is about to come true too.

      In 2009, I had a dram that a close friend and colleague died in a car accident, (in my dream) two other people died with her, but I could not see who they were, I also saw (in my dream) parts of a memorial service, her picture they used to display at the memorial service and also reporters at her house after we all heard about her death.

      I told her the following day about my dream and she casually laughed it off, my entire family knew about the dream I had (my mom, grandfather and aunt). a month or so later my dream came true she died in a car accident with two other colleagues.

      In 2010 I then had a dream, that my close friend (who died in the dream above) came to me and we went shopping, for clothing for a funeral for me, she wouldn't let me buy or take shoes, in my dream she insisted that the shoes that I wanted was not for me they were infact only for her, while we were paying for the clothing a man joined us (whom I couldn't see) and they kissed. I woke up and called my mom immediately who then said I shouldn't worry about the dream. a month later my friend's Fiance died in a car accident. (the man I couldn't see in my dreams).

      A few weeks ago, I had a dream that I visited my friend who passed on in the first dream' mom, while we were outside here house, I saw my friend standing there, she looked so beautiful and in my dream I couldn't believe that it was her, I went to her and hugged because I was so happy to see her again, she replied to me and said that I was going to be angry at her, I couldn't understand what she meant, I followed her into the house (in my dream) where she said I should just give it a minute or so because the person wasn't ready, so I asked her whats going on because she is starting to freak me out, as I turned around I saw my cousin (who is like a sister to me) and all she said was I am not in pain I don't hurt anymore. when I asked them what was going on they told me close my eyes, and as I did that (in my dream) I saw my cousin die in a car accident, her funeral and how heart broken my aunt was.

      I have no idea whether the last dream is going to come true, but I pray to God that it doesn't as I feel that I am cursed with these dreams, as I experience loosing loved ones twice, and it breaks my heart twice. can someone out here please help me or give me advice.

      Thank you.

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      I have a lot of dreams that come true 6 months ago

      This is helpful thank you

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      anonymous 6 months ago

      I have Deja vu at least once a week. I'm less than 14 years old, is that normal?

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      David 6 months ago

      If time is not linear... Them you could in your dream remember a past experience that when you awake is now your future...

      I have had so many dreams through my life that come true..and in the dream and reality are in such detail that it cannot be coincidence...

      I could write a book.... When I tell people most think I'm half crazy.... But there is something to this that is so incredible that unless you have experienced it you cannot possibly understand.

      My only explanation.. Is we re-live these days over and over... But the memory only exists in our sub concious..which when we dream those memories come forth.... And later we re-live that again... De ja vue.

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      Courtney 6 months ago

      I have these a couple times a year and most of them are big life events.My last one was about a baby passing that was close to my heart. I thought I was crazy when I was younger so I would wake up from certain dreams and tell my mother. She would then tell me sorry and that I'm not crazy when they would happen. It really is crazy the power of the mind.

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      Rayra 7 months ago

      I can't help it but this happens to me like at least once a month and it's terrifying even if it's just at school and it's me talking to someone in the same place and time as the dream. I've always told my friends that I was having deja vu and I've tried to change what happens. But I can't because I don't know when and it's already happening when I realize it it's inevitable and it happens to me a lot so I'm terrified every thing just happens so fast and I notice it and feel like Ima faint

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      kat b 7 months ago

      What if you dream of apocalypse or catastrophic causes constantly?

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      Tara 7 months ago

      I had a dream that I was at a party and the power went out because of a storm and when I woke up from the dream my power was out due to the wind.

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      da awesome 7 months ago

      One time I dreamed that my friend's dad died. the next day at school everybody was crying and it turned out that friend's dad had died.

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      devilvargas21@gmail.com 7 months ago

      I always have this happen to me.it has been happeing for a couple years now an 1month ago i wrote down in a note book what my dream was about and then exactly one month later it happend my three friends from selena's were arrested for robbing several stores and my older friend is now serving ten years. I also had a dream that this person died one week ago i had that dream what do i do?

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      1111 8 months ago

      Has anyone noticed a correlation between dream timing/when they occur and their zodiac sun and rising sign?

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      Tim Josefsson 8 months ago

      This happens to me all the time, i dream about me talking to friends about specific stuff.

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      Sam 8 months ago

      I see the future in my dreams but not like what anyone else has posted. The closest person that I can related to is the one who made the article.

      I have changed the future a few times now. For me it is more than Deja vu. I have had them many times thought my life, to many to count.

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      Katie 8 months ago

      Well since this happens to me about once a week, (can be longer) my prediction skills must be top notch! But on a more serious note, it has been happening more often (used to be about once every 4-5 months) and when it does it scares the heck out of me!

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      Amanda Lindstrom 8 months ago

      It's very interesting to see someone rioting about this on here, just as I would explain it. The exact same thing happened to me, except my dream was a series of events(4 I think). It felt like deja vu in the dream and six months later happened as the exact deja vu in my dream in order.

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      Thomas Laskowski 8 months ago

      Mine are way worse than that. I recently rapidly withdrew from almost all my psychotropic medication that I was taking for anxiety, depression and other things. I was on many different medications for 12 years after being fired and I just kept falling into deeper and deeper depression instead of getting better.

      Your dream theory doesn't explain what I am experiencing.

      The last 8 or more (new) movies that I've watched, I could swear that I have seen them already. But when I look at the release date, they just came out few days ago!

      Same goes for TV series/shows.

      There is no possible way that I have predicted every new movie and show that will come out.

      The only thing that I have "not seen already" is live TV.

      There are several other repetitive things going on.

      I feel almost like being in that Groundhog Day movie.

      I know that this sounds crazy and maybe it's all in my head.

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      Timmy 8 months ago

      I had quite a few moments where i experienced deja vues, only for a short moment. I don't remember if i saw the moment in a dream or just a similarity of the past.

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      Heather Sipe 8 months ago

      I saw this and had to comment!!! I was 16 and had a dream that at the time didn't make any sense but days later I was at the last minute invited to a party and I had taken some acid...well I was coming down the next day and word for word movement for movement it happened!!! The dream acted it's self out! I am now 32 and still will never forget that day! Another time I was at work and had a vision of my coworker falling and seconds later...I fell! I don't understand how things happen like this! When I was very little I had gotten a small game for Christmas I still remember it had dolphins in it...but I remember laying it beside my bed and I thought...it would be really crazy if that game turned on by itself and I was sooo scared and freaked out when seconds later it turned on! Many people would call bulls**t about these stories but I have had things happen like this my whole life! Not to mention my brother was in prison and I had no idea where he was or anything at the time and I had a dream about him being dead from being stabbed!! When I told my sister about the dream she told me that he was having problems at the prison and was in the hole!! I swear I have no idea why I have these dreams...but they have come to help me throughout the years! I had a dream that my boyfriend and I was at a party and I walked in on him having sex with another woman and to my surprise (well I guess not surprise) but I had later proven that he had cheated on me! I'm not the only one that has these moments either. My sisters have had weird things happen too but nothing like my experiences! I know we humans all have visions! I wonder since my family is so close if that's the reason we can have a warning about each other in a dream...maybe the strong love keeps us connected almost like how we feel God telling us when we do wrong! I do know one definite thing though...I will NOT seek answers from the dead and through people who contact the dead. The Bible warns us not to do so and that just goes to prove that some people who do mess with dark spirits can know things we don't! It is true that they can tell you things that you don't know but there is a hard price to pay when you start to dabble in that type of magic. I believe we all have the abilities to know things that we can't explain...even God tells us in the Bible that many people had visions! I have changed many things in my life like giving up drugs a long time ago and I did find out while I was living that way that life isn't just what we can see! There are lots of things in life that we can't see and I consider myself very lucky that I was able to turn my life back to God! For the ones who think that spirits and things that are involved with them are nothing but fairy tales they have a lot to learn!

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      Diane 9 months ago

      I am sun-Cancer. I have had so many dreams through -out my life that I cannot even begin to count as being Deja Vu. I just about 50 yrs. old. I have had glimpses and full blown dreams of events. Although it has not happened for awhile (probably because now I take melatonin for sleep), it has happened so many times that it quite frightened me. Anything from recognizing a face, dreaming about the exact scenario or so on. I know they Cancer is supposed to be the most psychic sign,but I question it.

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      Jaime lauriano 10 months ago

      I had a dream where I remember sudden parts but I can't put them together it is hard.Like when I go out to eat I remember the same scene

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      Dag416 10 months ago

      I have these dreams off and on every now and them, it always when least expected because you can't consider every spindle dream. It's difficult because no one I know, knows. I seem to be an alien because of it.

      To be honest I hate having this skill but it does make me feel special. I see it as having an controllable skillset. Makes me question my marriages future then again those can be self conscious dreams opposed to being future dreams.

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      Will 11 months ago

      I just had this happen. Dead on like this article said. This isn't the first time this has happened either, I have begun to write them down and keep track. Mine was so irrelevant it makes me wonder why my brain keeps doing this. The way it works is over and over about 10-12 times a year, some times for frequent and sometimes spread out, I dream. But I always forget the dream, every time. Until the moment comes to pass and slam, my brain instantly remembers having the dream, ever detail, ever move I make every word out of my mouth. And it seems like it's out of my control, but ever single thing that happens and EVER single thing I do, is precisely exactly as I saw. The moment only last about 10-30 seconds, but in that time this massive wave of recalling comes over me. And I can picture everything perfectly in my brain, and then literally as I'm

      Picturing it in my brain, the next seconds perfectly Morris and come true to every last detail. I dreamt about what happened months ago, and then it came true. I don't understand why though. They are never significant moments. For instance, tonight, I was literally sitting on my clinch with a plate of pasta watching supernatural on Netflix on my phone. And then boom, I knew exactly what would happen in the episode, what the actors would say and what would happened in their surrounding, I then look up at my dog on the floor and then back at the screen. All while this happens, I know it's going to happen. I don't understand it at all. I'm not worried, I'm just extremely curious and I want to find out more about what's going on.

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      angela 11 months ago

      ive had dreams that years later came true. ive had dream about my grandmother passing away and then few years later she passed away 3 years in fact and my relatives fought because there is rivary in my family so after she passed away i started having dreams of similar of my father passing away and in my dream i screamed and told my cousins to stop fighting over my fathers death and that he was my father . Then few months later my father got sick went to the hospital and never came home... some of my relatives started fighting and also started fighting online and i just couldnt take it so i started screaming at them to stop.. ever since those i always feel like when i have a dream i should tell someone. ive had others too one about me and family being at a store and someone came in and stole something from the registers and a few days later the store was robbed... and other little things since i was little...i also get vibes when i know somethings not right or someones not themselves...

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      anime 11 months ago

      I had a dream way back when I still haven't had my current job. I had this dream where someone was giving me something on the counter but I do not know who . then i think it has been a year passed and exact same thing happened. I remember I stopped what I was doing and told the guy "So it was you in my dreams" and he just laughed at me. Honestly I have been having these dreams that came true way passed before but I did not acknowledge it. I thought it was weird of me but yea.

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      Steve 12 months ago

      Great article, had the same experience in that I dreamt i was in the hospital the week before it happened.

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      DonaJohnson0264 12 months ago

      I dreamed about this article. The contents and even pictures. I have noticed of late that i am indeed dreaming of scenarios i will be in or things i will see in my dreams. If there is anyone out there experiencing the same thing please messege me!

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      Sami 12 months ago

      I have had this a few times now, but mine are quite short, for example: the other day My suitcase rolled over a clear, plastic water bottle at the air port, I looked down and saw it, the my mum said"Leave it, it is not ours". a couple months ago I experienced this in a dream, but I did not remember colours or peoples faces or if it was my suitcase, so I dismissed it as a strange dream, but then it happened and I stood then stunned as it happened and I remembered the dream. This is the forth time this has happened and they are spaced from 2 months to 9 months. I felt like I was going crazy until I read this! I felt like I could not share this with anyone because I thought that they might lock me up in a mental institute or declare me as crazy! I should probably stop watching sci-fi movies. Thanks for writing this great article

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      Gray 12 months ago

      I am an accomplished, highly educated and happily married 35 year old, living in NY. I have sufferred from night terrors since I was born, and still do to this day. In fact, my loving and devoted parents put up with four and half years of middle of the night wailing/screaming...not a single night's rest for four and a half years after my birth. Bless them. As I got older I learned how to deal with the "dreams" and channeled them into art, taking up piano, violin and songwriting (I am now a world-touring, professional musician and producer). While my ability to deal with these "dreams" seemed to get better as I got older, the "dreams" steadily became stronger and more powerful in the emotional messages and experiences I was receiving at night. Eventually by the time I was 22, a major stone was overturned for me. I finally was given a sliver more of understanding of what I was experiencing at night for all of those years when I dreamt the horrific and specific details of my close friend's death, the night before it actually happened. I was so overwhelmed with fear and sadness when I woke on that morning from my dream. Thankfully, because of the close relationship I had at that time, and still have with my parents, I shared the chilling details with them. Had I not done this, who knows where my sanity would have gone. Because I could receive proper support and validation from my parents, I could rest assured that I was not "crazy", nor would anyone else think I was.

      There is so much more I could share about this specific occurrence, as my experiences only got more intense from that point forward, but there was one particularly astounding occurrence a couple of years later that involved a link between one of my prophetic dreams and deja vu.

      One morning after experiencing a very dark dream about a close friend's cousin, with whom I was friendly, I decided to call him and disclose my dream. I explained to him that in my dream I had seen him very hurt, physically, bleeding badly and in need of serious medical attention (I left out the part that he sufferred fatal wounds). I assured him it was probably nothing, but simply explained that it always made me feel better to share my dreams with any person I knew or knew of, and hoped I hadn't upset him by my actions. After hanging up the phone, I felt better immediately and was able to go about my day with a smile. By the end of the day I had already forgotten about our phone conversation and the previous night's dream I experienced. At about 4 o'clock in the morning I received a frantic phone call from him. He explained that just earlier that night he was working at his job, bartending, and was the only male working in the bar. He continued by explaining that a verbal disagreement escalated into physical fight between two male customers. His initial reaction was to jump over the bar, get between the two brawlers and put an end to the fight. Just as he placed his hand on the bar to vault over, he was overwhelmed by the sense of deja vu. It stopped him dead in his tracks. The next thing he realized was being snapped out of his deja vu by the sound of a glass bottle being smashed by one of the brawlers and stabbed into the other. There was blood everywhere. He said to me simply, "I would've been stabbed had I not had that deja vu." His experience floored me and also brought me some personal balance to losing my close friend previously and not having the knowledge or foresight to warn him.

      I wish I could say that my friendship with my friend's cousin grew stronger after that experience, but it did the opposite. His experience frightened him and he moved to the other side of the country (California) almost immediately after.

      Through deep interest and research, driven by my most recent dreams, I have become aware of many people online who share with me in this uncanny and strange awareness of being connnected to something much greater than themselves in the dream state...I don't have answers, and everyday only more questions, but somehow I feel some relief from sharing this with an interested and experienced community of my peers.

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      jo 13 months ago

      I am buying a watch in my dream in a shop...The watch I chose has a name BAMFORD....and I really dont know whether a name BAMFORD really exists. Today I came to know that it was a name of a Rolex Watch.

      So

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      E'claire Toneirre 13 months ago

      Ive experienced it many times. One that i remember vividly is when i first met my friends boyfriend in a dream. I dreamt me and my friend going to the mall and some guy unexpectantly coming towards us and saying hello. I got his name and all three of us walked around the mall and met another character. They were all dressed exactly as i dreamt they did. In my dream and the real world I looked around the mall and saw the same people pass dressed exactly alike and looking exactly alike. The same woman pushing a stroller as her young daughter in pink skipped past me and the couple walking around. Plus many more.

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      Adrienne 13 months ago

      Throughout my whole life this has happened to me: I will be somewhere or see something in real life and instantly recognize it from a dream that I either just remember at that moment, or I have remembered since I had the dream (usually years before). I've also experienced Deja Vu, a lot, and recognize it during it. I can't predict what is about to happen but I realize i'm having deja vu and that it isn't over yet and whatever is about to happen had happened in my "dream" or from something in the past. Has anyone ever experienced any of this? I have such a hard time explaining it and I don't talk about it often because it doesn't make much sense. If anyone

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      Double S 13 months ago

      im 17 years old and this occurs everyday, somedays are more clear than others but for the majority of the part an events that occur in my life I've seen it before. as time goes on they get stronger. I recently found out my grandma use to experience the same thing, when i talk to her about it she told me to not be scared of it but to embrace it which I've learned to do. to embrace i didn't pay much mind to it i personally thought it was going to go away or stop happening, they didn't it just got stronger and started happening to me everyday. I've just started my research on Deja Vu and premonitions and i would like for anyone to comment other blogs or stories that i can read about. also if anyone knows of any books i can read or documentaries i can watch, please comment them a well. i am confused and would like got further my knowledge.

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      Tammy 14 months ago

      I have dreamed one time about my boyfriend cheated I was gonna get put in hospital for something I was their for two weeks before I was put in hospital I had that dream I even seen the girl in it when I got out of the hospital he did it he cheated the girl I never seen before expect in my dreams he did it was her wow I left him yrs later I got with another guy after a year I started having dreams of him with someone visiting some girl she had lot of puppy's it was true then I had another dream him and I were look down crying I kept waking up during it I told him he laughs at me well three months later his brother died what does this mean

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      Aric B. 14 months ago

      I have been freaking out the last couple of years because i have had about 11 dreams all of which so far have happened down to every detail some of which WERE MAJOR events, I had a dream in early 2000 of being at the world trade center (had never been there nor did i know where i was, furthest i have every made it into the USA was Detroit, I live in Windsor Ont). ANYWAY, i dreamed i was in a conference of some kind i look up and i SEE A PLANE ABOUT TO SMASH INTO THE BUILDING! i could feel the weight of metal crushing my bones and tearing my flesh, then the feeling and smell of burning fuel. It was so vivid and real that i woke up screaming i immediately woke my mother up and told her all this. Only to be told it was only a dream, AS YOU KNOW the world trade center was mostly destroyed on September 11 2001 not even a full year later as i watched it on the news all i could feel was guilt as i should have done SOMETHING, I could have reported this to the authorities or something but would they have believed me?, i was only 12 at the time. This is where it gets truly scary recently maybe a over the last few weeks i have been having a similar dream. this may not happen but its freaking me out that i'm having this same dream over and over. I'm outside cutting the grass of all things, i look up in the sky only to see EXTREMELY BRIGHT MASSIVE NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS, iam now(in the dream) filled with both shock and awe at the same time as well as a feeling of loss and regret that the governments of the world would so brashly kill us all to fill their pocket books, with all the things going on with China, Russia, North Korea, USA. i've been having trouble sleeping because almost everytime i do i'm having this same dream. Im not sure if i should start heading for the arctic or just ignore this. But i have a feeling that this is inevitable again i have had a few dreams similar to this and all of them have happened. I normally dont believe in premonition but recently i believe i may be getting warnings from the future or something to start heading for the hills so to speak.

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      Sher 15 months ago

      Hello, I have 3 experiences on Deja vu. I dreamt 2 of them and one them is something I can't recall. I've become curious of what it because in the past few days, I've been researching more about the spiritual world.

      I experienced my 3rd time on experiencing Deja vu today when we were practising for a class jingle and when I had a feeling that I saw the same scene before, a similar image flashed in my mind and I could clearly see it, also I had a feeling of getting shocked, my body straightened when I saw the image in my mind. What does this mean?

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      Stephtaveras 15 months ago

      Hello, I have various dreams that I can't remember when I wake up or during the day. But in the next couple of days, I'm doing something and I remember doing the same exact thing. I remember people saying the same exact things and doing the same movements. This usually happens for about a minute and I've realizing that it was apart of my dream that I couldn't remember. Is there anyway I can channel that ability?

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      Biz 15 months ago

      I have had a similar experience, though not nearly as exact and mind-blowing as yours. It was just another typical dream; weird, makes zero-sense, kind of freaks you out. But I remember very specifically that I went into this little restaurant, like a taco shack or something. There were little, two-people circular tables, and I sat alone at one right next to the ordering counter. I didn't think anything of it, of course. Just another odd, freaky dream.

      Months later (I don't remember the exact amount of time, so let's just say 6 months or so), I went to a museum, and they had an exhibit of an old street. There were fake store fronts, and one little slice of a fake Mexican restaurant.

      The minute I saw it I about had a heart attack. It was the same restaurant from my dream. The little glass counter, the menu, the colors. And a little circular table, in the exact place where I had sat, right next to the counter. The only table in the exhibit, too, I might add.

      Like I said, its not quite as drastic as yours, but reading yours recalled that to my mind. It was definintely creepy.

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      Shimmer 16 months ago

      I dream of places I have never been, and people I have never seen. I usually keep a pad of paper and pen by my side when i go to bed so i can write down my dreams or draw pictures of them. I had one dream 3 times in a row and it eventually came true. I dont know what it means to dream of things and people I have never seen though... sometimes i think they are someone elses memories. I know that sounds weird.

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      Shanon 16 months ago

      I am so thankful for your article! I too, experienced Deja Vu and recalled it as being something I had dreamed. It caused me to delve into this subject and I have come to think that in the subconscious (dream) realm, time exists as One. Past, Present and Future are accessible. A great book on the topic is called, An Experiment with Time by JW Dunne.

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      Krisann 16 months ago

      I still have a hard time believing that I have any "psychic powers" but this article has perfectly described situations that happen to me about 4 times a year. They are usually very unimportant scenarios, unlike losing your job, but I dream them in detail and then about a week or so later, they happen exactly like the dream. It feels kind of good knowing that I'm not the only one, but also scary at the same time.

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      Maeve Kelly 16 months ago

      This is really weird to me. So over the past couple of years I've being have this sense of deja vu and I thought nothing of it. For example I get this feeling during the opening night of my performances, before I audition for it. Or I can mimic people's conversations, knowing every word that their about to say as they say it, not a second before. But lately I've been remembering my dreams (I usually only remember them after it happens in real time) but they aren't the same. Its just faces and places and my last one a couple nights ago had two numbers 50 and 52. I now realize what it means and I'm worried I'm going insane. Because I don't really believe in the whole premonition thing. How can I tell the difference between the dream that is going to be "deja vu" and the one where it is just my subconscious talking to me?

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      random dreamer 16 months ago

      my friend can rely relate to your article. She had a dream when 3 boys in our class wer trying to impress her,our other friend and I. The next day,we saw our other friend flirt with one of the boys. I cant blame her after reading your atricle.

      What I woud want to know is why would my dreams have different,unrelated scenes.

      loved your article :)

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      John D 16 months ago

      The description of it feeling like a puzzle peice falling into place is the best I've heard cause it really does feel like you just ended up right back into the dreamstate where you've one experienced the memory your now experiencing in reality. I've had a dream where I was talking to my counselor now When I had the dream I didn't remember it when I woke up figureing it was a small weird nonsensical dream that just spurted out plus in thr dream state It was vague and kinda muffled if you get what I mean. Wasn't much to attach myself to or my mind just wasn't fully into it rather. But then reality comes along and I goto my counselor not thinking of the dream at all. I walk into her office and sat down once that happend it started and I felt right in place but heavily confused about the state surrounding me But knew how familiar it really was recalling the dream, meanwhile she starts walking to her desk talking (just like in the dream/ or rather premonition. I consider more loony if you get my jist theese premonitions cone true though) and as she said down ready to start her next line I said it. I've already said In my head what she was going to say before it left her mouth. This showed me colors of life and sleep and dreams I've never thought possible. But now I'm a fond believer of premonitions feeling so undeniably sure that theres some thread of similarity between the two. Life and dreams. Truly amazeing.

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      Nicole 17 months ago

      i'm having 2,3 or even 4 moments like this everyday, it is killing me, my head seems like it is going to explode, all time i'm feeling sleepy. i'm living this life from when i was a 9-year-old kid, it was Easter eve. from then everyone was thinking i am crazy, because my reactions were the worst when a moment like this happen. i have many other abilities, that you can't even imagine. but it is truly killing me, i'm thinking only about my death ceremony and how will people react. i can't even control my emotions, and i think i need help

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      Amanda Rinaudo 17 months ago

      i dream at least two times a night, sometimes i have up to maybe six. i use to sleep JUST so i could dream because i learned how to control what happens in a way. but the ones i cant control are the ones that i wake up from maybe fear or sadness. ive woken up in tears because of a dream and how it feels like another reality. but why do i dream so much? even if i fall asleep in class, or for just a few minutes..i dream! and they have come true before as well as i have experienced deja vu but not often. i usually remember all my dreams and the ones that i remember most i write down in my dream book. please try to answer these questions with your knowledge of why do i dream so much and why do i remember more in my subconscious mind than in my conscious mind?

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      Sash 17 months ago

      I too had the same dream of being fired. I saw i was sitting in my cubicle, my seniors arranged a meeting and started entering conference area one by one, then they called me in the conference room, and told me " you are fired". i was so bummed in dream. I argued why ...what was the reason and bla bla stuff.

      Then suddenly i woke up. I don't remember the time as it was 3 years ago. Now, I am little scarred to go office that day, but i went to office. I was so nervous,and there it happened my seniors called up a meeting in the same conference area , entering in same sequence as i saw in dream and guess what , now there is a twist instead of me they called my junior who is sitting next to me and he got fired.

      This all started from here. I always have dreams that come true but with a little twist. But yes they come true in a period of one or two week.

      I am not scared of my dreams but a little curious. What's the reason for all this. Is there a scientific reason or seriously this is Deja Vu.

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      pg 21 months ago

      i had two dreams. The first one was, in my dream i was sitting in my sit in the class and there was this girl at the door who passed my notebook to me from the door. the next day when i woke up, the same girl came to the door , i was sittting in my sit and she passed my notebook at me from the door. Nothing changed, exact same as the dream. and in another dream, a little boy (didnt see his face)fell from the stairs and he was bleeding on the ground and my friend carried him to the school clinic. and next day when i was in school, a little boy fell down from stairs and was crying(no blood) and my friend, the same one from dream carried him in his arms and took the boy to the clinic

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      NIS 21 months ago

      I usually dont remember dreams except like once every two months but i had a dream that it snowed (and it never snows in my city) and the next morning i woke up and looked outside my window and saw that it did snow (it was a tiny bit) but i was pretty shocked lol

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      tony 21 months ago

      Over the course of my life ( from infant up until last night)I have had "deja vu dreams".when I dream I only remember bits and pieces at a time.ie:frame by frame but only one frame per night.As I dream I can smell,taste,feel,and sense everything as tho I am awake...the freakish breakdown of this is that every time I dream a frame it's not in any order or configuration but a Mish mosh of information but I do always remember the age I was at the time of the dream...one morning 5 years ago I opened my eyes and the events that took place afterwards almost drove me insane(every second I was awake..every thought..every movement..every person/thing I interacted with and witnessed as a frame by frame was now playing itself out like a movie..somehow my body had been taken over and I was just a horrified passenger along for the ride...I scared my friends by interrupting conversations to finish their sentances,ask questions,answer questions before they could ask them/answer..I could hear their thoughts and feel what they felt " and " i scared one of my friends by telling him he was going to die if he was to leave right now..it was horrible to me...inside I thought it was the end of the world or I was going to be ubducted or It was possession...everything felt as tho it had been rehearsed to the point of memorization..thoughts had echos of of what my thoughts were..my horror was that after three weeks,5 days,7 hours,22 mins,and 41.09 seconds..it stopped...I felt violated...I felt so relieved to be set free from this... I have smaller visions to this day..the way I felt in dream state where dreams have become true:i also remember the dreams that haven't yet come true..there will be marshal law..an assassination of a world leader..world war will reign..people are placed in living quarters by the thousands..black boxes will litter the streets..trigger deaths.clint Eastwood, Betty white,the queen of England, Don cherry,Cosby, mick mars,Cher, fonda,james earl jones..islamification will fail ..an anti Muslim genocide brought on by the pope and his crusaders...Korea...

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      A Name 23 months ago

      Ok... So,

      Whenever I'm doing something, occasionaly I recall it in a dream and think /this is when I stop breathing/

      Because whenever I dream, they usually consist of a time in the future where I stop breathing. I experience the place and time, but no the stop breathing part. When I think I'm about to stop breathing, I make sure to take deep breaths

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      roer killz 2 years ago

      Its really cool that we all can dream of our future, I wonder how it would be if everyone with deja vu we're to hang out,would it mean we were all in eachothers dream at the same time,that would be badass!!!

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      2 years ago

      I first discovered the link between my dreams and deja vu when I was a teenager.

      It was a silly experience, but I'll always remember it as my first of many.

      I was in my bedroom, listening to my girlfriend speak, when all of a sudden she said something that gave me the all too familiar, puzzling feeling of familiarity.

      The moment I got that feeling, I remembered a past dream, involving a faceless person (girlfriend) with me in my room. I immediately thought about what came next, my cat getting up from my desk and jumping onto the bed.

      As I was thinking it, I looked towards my desk, and my cat got up and jumped onto the bed exactly as I remembered!

      From then on, every experience of deja vu seemed to be from a past dream.

      I like to think that we are doomed (or blessed) to relive our memories over and over again throughout eternity.

      One could fall asleep tonight and wake up in the third grade, only to forget what had happened moments after waking up.

      While reliving those memories, you faintly remember what you have already done, an endless number of times.

      -vv

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      roer.killz@facebook 2 years ago

      I have deja vu everyday,is anyone else a libra

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      anon 2 years ago

      I had the same as ConfusedDreamer where the deja vu filled in details of a dream. In the dream I stopped what I was doing for no apparent reason. Then in real life I stopped what I was doing because I remembered that I had already dreamed about what I was doing.

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      ConfusedDreamer 2 years ago

      I experience the same thing. Once I had a dream about me eating then suddenly remembering something that made me stop eating all together. I was also in the middle of telling a joke but was not able to finish. Waking up, I couldn't figure out what I remembered in my dream that bothered me so much to make me stop everything I was doing. A few months later, the dream came true, same place, same food, same person. Just when I was about to tell the joke, I looked at my plate and remembered the dream. It made my skin crawl to realize that the dream came true and the missing part of it was the me remembering the dream itself. Ever since, I was a child I was afraid of nightmares because a lot of my dreams came true.

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      Audra 2 years ago

      I have had a good few preminition dreams that I have had in my life. Now no not all dreams that I have had have come true. These were different though. Stonger, and easier to remember. I could draw you a map of the house in one. Tell you where every piece of furniture went. That one I dreamed of being with someone (at the time I didn't know), but met him 2 weeks later. Next I had a dream about the dicontent towards co-workers before everything at work fell apart between all of us. In that dream my mother showed up at my work in a robe (to show me she would be fired at her job 1st), and then my mom lost her job. Then 200 went missing, and everyone at work started blaming everyone. Everything fell apart just like my dream stated. These are my two most recent. Ever since I started listening to them though, they seem to show more prevalent.

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      Courtland 2 years ago

      I have a lot of dreams every day and the next day they come true. Even if I think of something or say something or even touch something they come true every day as well. Do you think I am a psychic?

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      John 2 years ago

      I had this really vivid dream last night. There was girl, she was really pretty and for some reason we were making out. But it turns out she played me and stole my phone. I woke up crying wanting to be with her. I don't know why though. I cannot forget about it and I've been searching everything about dreams since I got home.

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      Amber 2 years ago

      I have had many occasions of déjà vu and am glad to finally find that others experience this as I do. Often when I have an extremely realistic dream, it will come true within a time frame of 1-3 weeks. I have never had a dream come true of an important event such as getting fired. I hope to one day become better at remembering my dreams so I can be more aware of a déjà vi moment

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      Sunny 2 years ago

      This is%100 accurate. There is no debate for me anymore about What Deja Vu is. I remember most of my dreams and as I got older I would have Deja Vu and remember the dream it was from. So interesting.

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      Roob 2 years ago

      Every once and a while, I'll have these deja vu moments of pictures my eyes will fall on and I'll know I had seen that one little moment before. I still remember in fourth grade we went on a field trip and I stepped out of the bus and saw these beautiful dewy grass and had a major deju vu. I knew I had seen that one moment, that one vision, of dewy grass before. I thought I saw it in a dream and I turned to my friend and told her. Now I can't remember if that whole thing was a dream or not. It also happened in math the other day. I was spacing out and all of a sudden I see this vision of the calculator on the desk and the background blurred and I have the weird dream deja vu. It can happen in the car too. I drive the same roads all the time but I just get that feeling of the one image I've seen before. It's never like yours though, where there's a whole dream with talking. It's always just this one image that gives me this dream deja vu feeling. Sorry this was so long! Just wanted to know if you or anyone else has experienced this vision feeling and maybe what you thought about it.

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      Jose 2 years ago

      I can really relate.

      When in middle school I dreamed about seeing a girl I had never seen before at school.

      Days later the same scenario played out in real life as in my dream sure enough I saw the same girl from my dream and just as in my dream she was starring at me. Never had i seen this girl in my life prior to my dream and yet she was so vivid in my dream as were the sensations, so intense. On the school bus yet another scene of my dream played out; I looked out the window of the school bus and there she was and I swear I feel our eyes met. Only on that one day did I see that girl from my dream in real life scenario by scenario just as in my dream.

      Do not have an explanation for this experience but the experience was very intense in my dream and in real life it left me appalled.

      Just recently I had another experience with déjà vu yet at the moment the sensation of being there before was the strongest I could not consciously remember the why of experience the déjà vu sensation

      Now as I remember the scene of my most recent experience with déjà vu the memory plays back in my mind mirrored.

      Weird.

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      PedroNYC 2 years ago

      I was having a heated argument with a friend when he lost his temper and shoved me down the stair. As I was lying on my back and looking up to him on the upper side of the stair, I had this strange feeling that this happened before. Even though I KNEW that this never happened before, I couldn't ignore the feeling. The first thing that came to my mind was that I dreamt of this but totally forgot about it until I was shoved down the stair. Another thought was that my déjà vu was an echo from the same last looped life. Whatever it was, it definitely wasn't the last.

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      PedroNYC 2 years ago

      I know this web page is old but I want to share my experience with déjà vu,

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      leo81895 3 years ago

      Yes hello truthawake, i do not know if you're still active on hubpages but i read this and was wondering if you'd emai me so that maybe you could give me some further understanding of what im going through, i believe with how well placed this article is you did your research and was wondering if you'd help a fellow writer.. My email is tk81895@gmail.com

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      flavio 3 years ago

      ever since I was a kid I remember having some dreams that I cant remember of but then, days later or even years after, I remember 'being' at the moment of the dream living AND going thru that dream I had days/years ago, I always try to change the outcome but whatever I do, it always happens, the final result of that dream always come and I don't remmber the dream till I am experiencing it, it still happens but not as frequent as when I was younger(im 28), kind of weird and I didn't told many people about it, just a few close friends.

      weird but true, funny coz when I'm going thru what I dreamd of, I always tell to the person next to me and they don't believe me, not that I care either.

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      Andrew 3 years ago

      I had dream deja vu about 18 years ago. It's only ever happened once but I know it happened, and as the author said, "that's the only proof I have".

      Here's how it went. I dreamt that I was standing outside a suburban house in an unfamiliar place, talking to a guy with a beard that I didn't know, whilst wearing my leather motorcycle jacket. My older brother was doing something in the driveway but I wasn't sure what it was. When I woke up, I found it strange how vivid the dream had felt. I didn't think too much more about it and went on with life.

      Two weeks later, I flew to a colder part of the country to attend my brothers' wedding. I didn't need warm clothes where I lived so the only warm thing I could take was some jeans and my motorcycle jacket. I hadn't seen my brother in about 6 years and he'd moved from where I had last visited. It was going to be a double wedding with his friend also getting married. On the morning of the wedding, we drove from my brothers place to the house of his friend to get ready. Whilst people were fussing about inside, I was outside talking to the son of the woman my brothers' friend was marrying. I'd never met him before this morning and we had only been speaking for about 15 minutes before BAM! MASSIVE DEJA VU EXPERIENCE! "Holy crap!! I've been here before and I KNOW WHEN! Two weeks ago."

      In a split second, I recalled the details of my dream:

      1. Wasn't familiar with the location - "CHECK"

      2. Talking to a guy with a beard - "CHECK"

      3. Leather Jacket - "Holy crap! CHECK"

      4. Brother doing something in the driveway? ......... I turned to see where my brother was. OMFG!! There he is, right there in the driveway, washing this cadillac for the wedding. I'd never seen that car before that weekend and it was the missing piece of that dream I had two weeks prior. I was and to this day, still am baffled about that experience. I had dreamt the future. I've never done it since but I know in my heart that it's possible because I've done it once. I only wish I had realised the significance of that event back when it happened. Who knows where I'd be today. Nevermind, here we are and all is not lost. I'm now on a mission to detoxify my body, introduce meditation into my routine and to form a deeper connection with my mind, it's thoughts and it's dreams through lucid dreaming techniques. I'm going to see if I can activate that ability again. Then yes, I will be playing lotto :-)

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      Julian 3 years ago

      A few nights ago I had a dream of me at school. I went to my locker where my girlfriend and I have met up everyday for the past year. But this time she wasn't. I was overwhelmed with anger and started looking for her. I remember having my phone out, and everything seemed pointless.

      Now the reason I bring this up is because yesterday that dream had come true. I was angry with myself because I had missed her when she waited at the locker for 10 minutes. My phone was taken from a teacher. When this all happened I knew I had experienced it in my dream. I can't explain the feeling as well as you did, but the puzzle piece scenario works.

      What troubles me is that it happens quite frequently with my dreams. And at times it scares me. My nightmares no longer feel like nightmares. Last night I had one where I was walking with my girl friend and another person. It was dark out and there was these rectangle holes in the ground filled with mud and water. I looked back for one second to say something, and the next thing I know, I walked into one. Fear overwhelmed me as I sank into it. I could feel the slimy liquid pour into my lungs and I gasped for air. I woke up at 2:57 am gasping for air right after the dream.

      I fear this dream for it was way too vivid and realistic. Should I fear this dream knowing that my dreams do not lie to me? I'm too used to my dreams reoccurring in this way. It was the feeling I got from the dream that scares me more than the dream its self. If it helps, I had eight seizures in a row last year due to an over dose. I was in a coma for 12 days after this event, where later I experienced more deja vu "dreams" about a month or two afterwards.

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      Vedika 3 years ago

      ***Please help me *****

      In my entire 17 yes of existence only once did my dream turn to reality. I had a dream that I am craving for cake and my mom had got one for me. The very same day I got the exact same craving and well that time too my mom brought me the same exact cake. This might not be something really important but I still remember it as a deja vu.

      So yesterday I had a dream of me staying over at my grandma's place and there was no one at home. I decided to go for a walk where some boys who were supposedly my neighnours saw me and they had some rivalry with my grandma or so I perceived in the dream. After which I went back home and when suddenly those boys came there and started raping me. I cried and then I went and closed all doors and windows from inside when those boys came again and cursed when they realized I had closed the door from inside.

      When I woke up I was panicking so much. I don't know what to do. Will this come true? I don't want it to. I'm scared. I'm very scared. Please help guys!

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      Alyssa Crawshaw 3 years ago

      Hello my name's Alyssa and I think I see the future. Like once I was in my class room a year ago when I experienced deja vu. Because it all seemed so familiar. Is deja vu or can I see the future. People have disbelieve me like my mum and dad. They asked if win the lottery . And my brother Ralf Crawshaw said they aren't real.

      Please I need answers

      Yours, , AlyssaCrawshaw

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      Natalie Tomany 3 years ago from USA

      My déjà vu is always experienced as remembering a dream but the strange part is that I can remember my actual thoughts about the dream at the time I had it as a witness. For example, I would have déjà vu that my husband walks in the room and says something to me. I remember the dream but I also remember thinking at the time of the dream, who is that guy? So obviously I had the dream prior to meeting him. This happens every time I have déjà vu. I remember my thoughts about it. As if I saw it as a movie and wondered about it, as you would a movie scene or characters, then when it happens in real life, it's like an a-ha! Moment of "oh that's who that was". Anyone else experience this??

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      Miguel hijo de Dios (The Observer) 3 years ago

      The real deal would be to control the essence of remember and being conscious about your deja vu. perhaps we do it every time without being aware of it. And if we control it there will be still some paradoxes like "if you are having a deja vu and you decided to do something different? does it end??" and "if i have a continuous deja vu everyday does it means that i'm foreseeing the whole day or just the moment just before it happen??"

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      Miguel hijo de Dios (The Observer) 3 years ago

      I really liked your article! i'm not used to have deja vu anymore, but i had a lot of them almost everyday! so in my personal way of thinking i realized that deja vu are not just about dreams! and it doesn't have to be about an event that haven't pass yet (premonition) sometimes i had like memories or other types of possible realities (like a parallel reality something that could happen in a different way that i just did) i guess i'm saying that is like a mix of desires, memories and some of visualizations of different events located in different times of my life (some of the past and some of the future) is like in our unconsciousness there is no the typical forward time/space line. there're just probabilities