Karen2
Karen2
@womanwhowalks
2 years ago
955 posts
Hi...yes disturbing dreams are very much a part of certain empaths lives...I for one believe dreams are a way of receiving messages and warnings....they may not make sense right away...but things happen and I remember a dream I had and I say to myself..ooooh...THAT's what that means....lol...you need never be afraid to share with us here...we are all experiencing things similar to you and don't judge anyone...do all your dreams have crows in them?
Karen2
Karen2
@womanwhowalks
2 years ago
955 posts
In the aboriginal culture dreams with animals and birds are very important...crows are very intelligent and you might even have a crow spirit guide....perhaps ask the crows before you go to sleep to guide you to help you make sense of the dreams..it's definitely a message....google 'symbolism of crows in dreams'...and see what you can find....
Ecila
Ecila
@ecila
2 years ago
897 posts

Ignoring your instincts or intuition could be one of the parts of this dream (the crows screaming at you). All people, not just empaths, have dreams that try to communicate to them messages that would help them understand many things in their lives. Many empaths and psychics have precognitive dreams as well. It might help you to try and interpret what this dream is trying to say.

There are many examples of people who have had precognitive dreams. Abe Lincoln comes to mind....A quick search turned up these:http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/10-dreams-that-changed-the-c...

It is not uncommon at all.

But you are most concerned with upsetting dreams...Intense dreams are not uncommon, either upsetting or unusually pleasant. You can read over some of the ones posted here to see some strange ones!

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