Dreams becoming precognitive
updated by @emmy-long: 03/01/17 09:10:53AM
The ones that end up being precognitive of a significant nature are usually very different from the others. You'll learn to recognize them after you've had a few. Sometimes if I'm not feeling well I'll have some that seem important but aren't so I've learned to ignore those. If I have an unusual dream about a person, I've learned to check in with them the next day. That happened last night/today. I dreamed of a friend whose daughter died in November. I dreamed of going to a school (one I've never seen before) and there were graves there. The principle said we didn't need the last grave that was in the process of being dug but I was thinking "yes you do." I checked in with my friend today and she found out yesterday that university of KY is awarding her daughter's degree posthumously and my friend is going on May 9 to receive it. . . but I never would have been able to figure out what that meant.
For me, the dreams that are in color, very clear, easily remembered when I wake up, and made sense from start to finish usually, but not always, are dreams that my subconscious wants for me to pay attention to as a future possibility of becoming reality. I wish I also had a definite answer to your question, but sometimes I feel that the world of spirit has rules about how much they can impart to us before they cross the line of influencing are own will, which they aren't supposed to do.
You're welcome, and yes it can be scary at times, though I believe that for the most part we are protected from spirit in most cases. I know this is easy to say, and much harder to do, but when you feel scared try to stand up to whatever is causing that feeling. I know that if you have true faith in yourself, as being one with the universe,that nothing can hurt you.
One thing I would strongly suggest -and I know it's not always possible- is to keep a dream journal. A precog dream may not make sense now but it could be important later on and it is nice to reference them. Sometimes even precognitive dreams can hold a lot of symbolism and not be literal. Look for patterns and develop your own "dream dictionary" to go along with it. I have been having precog(ish) dreams since I was very little and can usually tell the difference. I keep a journal as often as I can. Lots of times they come back to me as deja vu experiences. As stated above you do learn to recognize them, symbolic or literal, in time.