Dreams and Predicting the Future

Precognitive Dreams

Did you ever wake up from a dream that really stuck out to you only to find out that the dream came true? This is something that can happen, and it has a lot to do with your brain, but does it also have to do with Deja vu or other mysterious powers?

Precognitive Dreams

Precognitive dreams are dreams that show things into the future. There isn’t scientific proof that says that precognitive dreams are true but there are a lot of people that have had these kinds of dreams.

Some people have dreams that they feel that they have been to that place before. There are some kinds of dreams that are called Deja Reve or feeling dreams that you think have happened in real life. These are dreams that can show different feelings and emotions.

You might have had a dream that was almost like a nightmare and then you later found the dream to be upsetting. As your week goes on, you find that you are in situations that give you the same feelings that the dream did.

What is a Precognitive Dream?

There are different people that have had precognitive dreams. Even Abraham Lincoln dreamed of his own assassination just a little while before it actually happened. A landslide that happened in Whales had multiple people come forward with dreams that it was going to happen before it did.

Carl Jung, a psychiatrist, is one that claims to have dreamed of his mothers death before she died.

How Do Dreams Predict the Future?

One neuroscience author, Sidarta Ribeiro believes that there is some science behind the idea of precognitive dreaming. He believes that this can come by the way that you think. The dreams that you have can predict what is going to happen based on how sophisticated that your brain is. This helps you to know what is going to happen in the future based on what happened in your past.

Your dreams will use different past scenarios that come to your mind to tell what could happen in the future. Dreams happen because of sleep patterns and because of memories that you have. When you dream and you think of the future in your dream, you might come up with ideas as to what could happen.

The process that your brain plays in the dream level will take symbols and things that happened in your life and will bring meaning to your experiences and your dreams.

Dreaming and Deja Reve

Deja Reve is a French phrase that says, “already dreamed.” This means that someone will have sensations that they have already had this same dream before.

Dream expert, Leslie Ellis, believes that dreaming can happen anyway because there are no rules when it comes to dreaming. This means that you can dream of the past, present, and maybe even the future. Future dreams are also called precognitive dreams.

Ellis believes that she has seen different kinds of dreams throughout different cultures and throughout history and that these have often been based on spiritual situations. This is also how precognitive dreams can come along.

Sleeping Better

If you want to understand how powerful your dreams are, you can do this by having your own dreams. Make sure that you get good sleep, that you exercise each day, eat healthily, limit the stress that you have and put your electronics away. All of this can help you to sleep better. Don’t drink alcohol or caffeine before you go to bed.

Final Thoughts

When you have a dream that seems to tell the future, write it down. Know that the brain is an amazing thing and that your brain might actually be able to use dreams to predict the future.