You have sent me many dream questions and I’ve been waiting for a rainy day to answer them. Well, it’s raining. So, I’ve shut off my cell phone and hung the Do Not Disturb sign I “permanently borrowed” from a hotel room on my door. In order to answer them all, I’ve created a dream series because I believe that by reading the answers to the dreams of others we enrich our waking-life. Each section in the series will focus on answering your dream questions.
Today, your wildest dream questions are my main priority.
Your Question: How come my dreams come true and is this normal and how do I tune into it more?
In order to tune into your dreams you must be able to access them long after you have dreamed them. That can be accomplished by keeping a dream journal beside your bed so you can write your dreams down first thing in the morning.
Be sure to have a pencil there as well because hunting for one may cause you to become distracted and forget your dream. Dreams are very illusive. They often dissipate like swirling wisps of smoke as soon as they see the light of day.
Your dream journal will also help you decide if you had a Deja-vu or a Dream-Come-True.
- A Deja-vu can be considered a post-cognitive dream that takes you into the past to find solutions to present challenges.
- A Dream-Come-True is a pre-cognitive dream that shows you the future so you are warned.
Precognitive dreams are dreams that come true because they are dreams that show you a bit of the future.
In your dream state you may travel the time continuum, or you may receive important information from your spirit guides or guardian angels. They are an innate gift. We are their job and they take that job seriously and often speak to us with words or PICTURES in dreams. My dreams warned me that my doctors had missed my breast cancer all three times. If I had not believed my precognitive dreams validated by pathology reports and self-advocated for additional tests I’d be dead. This dream is in the latest book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Dreams and Premonitions.
Some health dreams that came true are also in this recently published medical study done by Dr. Larry Burk. 2015 May-June Volume 11, Issue 3, pages 193-198 Warning Dreams Preceding the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer: A Survey of the Most Important Characteristics Page on explorejournal.com
I hope this helps to answers your incredible dream question. Ask me anything in the comment box.
Please join us next time on The Dream Queen Because You Asked Series- #4 Dreams vs Reality
ABOUT Dream Expert: Kathleen (Kat) O’Keefe-Kanavos TV/Radio Host/Producer of Wicked Housewives On Cape Cod® believes your DREAMS can diagnose your life. Author/Lecturer of Award winning, International bestseller, Surviving Cancerland: Intuitive Aspects of Healing: which promotes patient advocacy & connecting with Inner-guidance through Dreams, Prayers & Meditations for success in Health, Wealth, & Love. Learn more @ www.AccessYourInnerGuide.com & download your free DREAM gift http://bit.ly/My-Free-Gift-to-You
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