Premonitory dreams are dreams that are said to foretell the future through a sixth sense, a means of accessing the future through information about existing knowledge acquired through normal means.
A lot of people still have to wonder if they exist or not. But dreams are also our gateway to the astral plane (world of wishes), which is free of time and space and often people who dream remarkably have developed additional perception during sleep, which allows them to see a part of the past, present or future. The purpose and meaning of these dreams, when they occur, is to prevent or tell the truth about what you are seeing or at least to rethink about it.
On the astral plane, especially if we are in a lucid state, we may be able to see past or future events. When we experience the dream state, attention turns to the subconscious, a vast inner world where things that seem impossible become possible.
Unlike our experiences in life, these internal experiences are not limited by time or physical space or time. Therefore, deceased people may go to visit loved ones through dreams, dreamers may dream of past life experiences, while others may have precognitive dreams.
What are premonitory dreams?
Premonitory dreams are experiences in which the dreamer's dreams are future events. Although it may seem impossible, the precognitive experience in dreams is an everyday occurrence. These dreams provide means of information not fully accessible by the physical senses.
For example, sports fans can predict a sporting event, or even a student can predict a test result. As part of predicting a future event, it can also provide information about an object, situation or person.
It is true that in many cases the results differ from reality, however, on several occasions, the facts have dreamed of a perfect match, this being the verification of our ability to discern future events. These dreams convey information that cannot be inferred from known data, parapsychological precognitive dreams.
Have you ever seen things in your dreams happen before in real life? Have you ever remembered a dream in a frighteningly precise and realistic way? If your answer is yes, you had premonitory dreams.
How is the premonition going?
Premonitory dreams arise out of nowhere in our mind to warn us of a future event that could be dangerous, sad or positive for us. It's a demonstration of what our mind is capable of, but unfortunately we can't really control it.
We have a mental picture of an event that is about to happen in our lives. It can be an act, a situation or even a transformation of our understanding of the world. It happens more often than you might think: many people claim to have had premonitory dreams at least once.
Premonition and presentiment: what is the difference?
Premonition is the feeling of seeing or knowing exactly what might happen in the future. On the other hand, intuition is a vague feeling that something is about to happen, but you really don't know what. Many people say they often experience both.
These phenomena, presentiments and premonitions, are part of our intuition or sixth sense. They tend to appear without any warning, they just happen. For example, you may suddenly need to change your usual route to work because you think something terrible might happen if you don't.
There are dozens of stories where premonition saved lives during catastrophic events such as the Titanic disaster or many others. You've probably experienced premonitions at least once or heard a story about the phenomenon from someone you trust.
How to detect premonitory dreams?
There are no specific ways to know for sure (just wait and see), but these four criteria can point you in the right direction.
First, many people report that their precognitive dreams are exceptionally vivid, they have an almost camera-like “quality”.
Second, recidivism. If a certain dream repeats itself over and over again, we may knock on our subconscious doors to open them and finally understand the message. Important dreams are also often about the death of someone you know. If you dream about someone dying, you should take it seriously.
And finally, having a shared dream with someone who isn't with you.
We do not have enough evidence that it is possible to see the future while we sleep, but we can try to explain the phenomenon of premonition rationally. Seeing what is going to happen in your dreams can be the result of unconscious logic analyzing our lives.
While we sleep, the brain concocts a scenario that seems plausible. Somehow, he's looking for a way to let us know what's coming next. Our brain analyzes a lot of data without our knowledge (active): every day it registers an unimaginable amount of small details (smells, images, etc.) that we cannot even perceive consciously, because all these details are lost in the mass. information we receive.
While we sleep, the brain sorts out these details and makes correlations. Thanks to his hard work, sometimes we know what's going to happen before it actually happens.