Definitely! But How? You enter the other dimensions when you are asleep. This is the stage where you gain visions about your past, present and future. These journeys are portrayed in your dreams. Some of these dreams are precognitive, which can prompt as déjà rêvé experiences.
Intriguingly, some dream experts believe that every meaningful event in one’s life is first played out in a dream. In his book, Dreaming True: How to Dream Your Future and Change Your Life for the Better, Robert Moss writes, “We not only see the future in dreams. We can use dream information about the possible future to create better futures.” He says we can use dreams, along with synchronicities and symbols in waking life, as “navigational beacons” to guide us.
Fortunately, you don’t have to wait to have a precognitive dream. Through certain techniques, you can “program” (summon) a dream that depicts a future event. Programming entails focusing on having a precognitive dream before going to sleep. You can do this by repeating aloud, “Tonight, I will dream of an event that will happen in the coming week.” You can also write down your intention, multiple times, and keep it by your bedside or under your pillow. When you awaken, write down any dreams or dream fragments you have, whether or not you feel it’s a premonition. Then see what transpires in the coming days. (By the way, you can also program dreams to enhance your creativity, give guidance with a relationship, solve a problem or enhance a talent.).
There are many more programming techniques, many of which are described in books by dream authors Moss, Patricia Garfield, Ph.D. and Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D. If you’re committed to working with your dreams, you will empower them to guide your steps.