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today’s future

  I know my dreams can take me into the future… But that’s my own personal future.  What about our future? Can my dreams take me there? I’m thinking of a dream from two years ago… In the dream… The … Continue reading

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Complicated Visitor

  I like to see this friend in my dreams… …even though her presence usually confuses me. Some dream symbols are fairly easy to understand.  If I see Hitler, or a zombie, or a rat in a dream, I’ll probably … Continue reading

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Shifting My Paradigm

  What would be the purpose of a precognitive dream… …if the dream predicts an event that doesn’t directly involve me? Consider this dream: I’m looking into a room, as if peering into a dollhouse that has no a roof … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Size of Your Leaves

  I believe dreams can foretell future events… However, since these forecasts usually come in the form of symbolic language, they can be hard to recognize. I thought of an example from my own life the other day… A few … Continue reading

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Another Incredible Death Dream

  “If we believe the Bible, we must accept the fact that in the old days God and his angels came to men in their sleep and made themselves known in dreams.  Nowadays, dreams are regarded as very foolish, and … Continue reading

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Kitson Kismet

  David Brown of Harefield, North-West London woke up one morning with a phone number running through his head—a number he’d never seen before. He just couldn’t get it out of his mind. So he messaged the person at the … Continue reading

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Portrait of the Philosopher as a Young Dreamer

  Here’s another passage from the book Dreamcatching, by Alan Siegel, Ph.D. & Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D (see previous post)…. …a passage that tells of how a dream upset a child’s equilibrium: “When the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was five years … Continue reading

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