Deja Vu and Dreams Really Coming True
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.