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Clairvoyant Dreams
Clairvoyant Dreams Dreams, interpreting your bad dreams, learn what they mean!  Find out now FREE! The interpretation of dreams is a field of study that is practiced on countless levels and carries with it just as many disagreements over methodology, study guidelines and eventual conclusions. The elusive nature of dreams was an obsession for Freud, our modern-day Sophocles and the founder of psychoanalytic theory. His research on the subject, using himself and his patients as core study targets, is an integral part of an ever-growing library of today’s theory on the subject.

Freud did not define what today’s scientists and theorists still cannot agree upon, and that is the nature of what can be called “clairvoyant dreams.” This is a dream in which the dreamer sees an event that later “comes true” in real time. It is certainly a very difficult measurement to make without incorporating a good deal of skepticism. For example, clairvoyant ability is known to exist in certain individuals, but if this ability were determined solely by dream activity, then perhaps billions of people would have to be considered “clairvoyants” because that many people would claim to have once dreamed an event that took place later in real time.

So is it coincidence if, say, you dream that a famous person has died and it’s announced on television the next day? It’s virtually impossible to know for sure. But in a sea of indefinites, maybes and don’t-knows, for your own purposes you should always seek the truth wherever you can find it. In the case of clairvoyant dreams, the truth will usually lie somewhere in your own experience and your mind’s memory of the experience.

The science of dream interpretation has come as far as to reach a general consensus on one point at least: the best interpreter of dreams is the dreamer, followed by those close to the dreamer, perhaps just one or two people. This group is in the best position to determine a plausible explanation for an individual’s dream. So what may be considered a clairvoyant experience could also be a way for the individual’s unconscious to communicate something quite different – this is often called an “anxiety dream” and may very well prove to contain a prophetic event.

If you experience a clairvoyant dream, for the purpose of your analysis is useful to avoid on of the principal myths of dream interpretation: that of the opposites being a sign of the truth. That is, whatever occurs in your dream is a clairvoyant signal that the exact opposite will occur in real time. This is, as with so many other notions around dreams, a faulty theory and should only serve to block your efforts to understand.
But on the other hand, don’t rule out that you may very well possess psychic ability, at least on some level. But keep in mind that clairvoyants are known to have dreams just as complex and elusive as yours – the difference is that the dreams occur for them in real time, not just in dreamtime. But always keep a pen and pad handy, and happy dreaming.

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By Catherine, Sunday, April 24, 2011 06:23:36 AM
Melissa, I saw your message dated Friday, June 19, 2009 02:47:56 PM. Thanks for sharing. That was very interesting.
By Robin, Wednesday, January 26, 2011 04:34:19 PM
i have had dreams come true,i have seen and spoken too ghosts. I can remember things from when I was 6 months old. I have always been able too see ghosts,when I was 3yrs old I had what my mother thought was an imaginary friend, but my so called imaginary friend was an old man who wore a fedora hat and smelled like grandmother found out he was real ,I took her too the trailer where he had lived in her trailer court only to find out that there was a man that had lived there but had died 5 days before i took her there . i was forbiien by grandma too speak to him and not mention him too anyone.I have strange dreams,sometimes its like i'm watching a movie of people i dont know.
By Melissa, Friday, June 19, 2009 02:47:56 PM
I had a powerful dream. My dad had died a year prior to my dream. It was Christmas and my mom suffered a debilitating stroke. We waited until the day after Christmas to remove her life support. Mom was only 90 lbs, but after a week still had not passed to the other side. Then dad came to me in a dream and told me to tell mom that he is waiting for her. I couldn't say anything the next day. But the following day (the day before my birthday if that has any bearing) I asked mom if she had seen dad. Mom was comatose, but sat straight up, grabbed my hand and opened her eyes and looked straight at me - or straight through me. I told her "dad is waiting for you." With that she took one breath, then the 2nd breath and passed over. I don't know if the dream was clairvoyant, or just telling me what needed to be done.
By Brittany, Friday, March 27, 2009 06:11:23 PM
I have had dreams that have come true and once when i was awake I have heard a voice that at the time i believed was my mothers tell me news about an upcoming family event. It scares me that all of these Clairvoyant Dreams seam to predict upsetting events
By Christy, Thursday, January 22, 2009 02:04:39 PM
When I was young I always had dreams that came true but i never knew till the moment where i was experiencing the dream itself like the feeling oh wow I remember this not until recent did iI find out this does not happen to everyone when i ask my boyfriend and my mom if that ever happened to them and they both said NO lol I thoughts this type of thing happened to everyone .... haven't had these dreams in a loooong time But now I have what I call the EYE TWTCH lol because when MY LEFT EYE TWICHES SOMETHING BAD IS GONNA HAPPEN to someone sometime but i dont know who or what so it drives me crazy!!!! I have always felt that I was Different having all types of stuff happen in my life from seeing to hearing to feeling if you read this and you have had and experiences like me e-mail me please I would sure like to know I'm not alone xo My e-mail is thx serious only please
By Lisa, Tuesday, November 04, 2008 08:03:41 AM
A dream about winning money may just mean something of valve to that person is on its way. It could be as simple as a visit from someone you haven't seen in awhile.
By Laurie, Friday, October 24, 2008 02:36:27 PM
Whomever "Dartz" is... I hope that you will learn something from this site. Negativity in any form is not something that is wanted and especially not here. To imply one is selfish, lazy, and needs to get a life because of a dream? Obviously your assesment was wrong, the person has written that it is not. Consider the fact that many people in this world would consider your reading these posts, and replying to them, a sign that you need to get a life. Now I ask you... is that fair to write to you? No, it isn't. Many reasons why it isn't but the BIGGEST one is: I do not know one thing about you or your life. Please remember that concept in the future as it is a truth for each and every one of us on this Earth. May you find peace, love and happiness.
By Linda, Thursday, October 23, 2008 11:49:43 AM
I was trying to deceid on a trip to Florida for thanksgiving, when I had a dream I was dying, in my dream I was o.k with it and had all my ducks in a row. but when I woke up my mind was made up..i was going to see my sister no matter Linda Shipley thursday Oct 23rd 2008
By AusQtie, Tuesday, August 19, 2008 12:59:24 PM
Dartz,I read what you wrote about money dreams and the person being lazy and negative. Would that also go for when you dream that you won a lot of money, the lottery, and then the next clip of your dream you see yourself on TV with several huge checks in your hand yet the name on the checks are for several local charities. I can’t imagine a lazy negative person giving to charity, but I am no dream expert. What are your thoughts?
By Green, Saturday, August 16, 2008 09:00:19 AM
Dartz, I really do not agree with your interpretation, for one I know that I am neither lazy nor negative. Nothing could be further from the truth. I think it means something totally different. I'm not sure what exactly it might mean but I'm quite sure it is not what you said.

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