Do we see the future in dreams – Never ignore the dreams you see


Dreaming is one of the most important and fundamental functions of human consciousness, but at the same time it is also one of the least understood elements of human consciousness and the meanings of dreams can range from psychology to metaphysics. Sometimes we see people in our dreams that we haven’t seen for a long time and the next day these people may contact us. Sometimes even dead people visit us in our dreams and speak to us as if they were alive. All these experiences in the world of dreams reveal the psychic power of the subconscious mind.

Our mind interacts with spiritual guides in the astral plane without being restricted by the boundaries of the real world during sleep.

Different Types of Psychic Dreams

Psychic dreams can manifest in countless different ways and it’s up to you to interpret them. The interpretation of dreams is so important that if we only understand the messages from the astral plane successfully, our subconscious mind can fully unleash the potential of psychic dreams. Some people believe that dreaming is a result of random thoughts passing through the mind during sleep. And many of our dreams may be a way for our minds to process events from our daily life. To understand how our dreams communicate with us, we first need to understand what type of dream we have had. Some dreams show glimpses of our normal life, while others shake us and cause us to question our reality.

I have prepared a list of psychic dreams for you.

Clairvoyant Dreams

These are times when you see something happening in real life in your dream. For example, you dream of an airplane crash and then learn of a real plane crash the next day or that week. In such cases, the vivid dreams contain a message about something happening in the real world while you sleep on the astral plane. Some people dream of the chaos and tragedy of an earthquake and remember it. Then they learn of an earthquake on the other side of the world. This type of visions proves the psychic potential inherent in many of us.

Predictive Dreams

These dreams are a sign of what may happen in the future. The events could be positive or negative. If you dream of someone’s death or an upcoming wedding, this is a prophetic dream. Precognitive dreams vary in intensity and some people are more sensitive to them than others.Many people who experience precognitive dreams regularly throughout their lives become accustomed to them and say, “Yes, I saw this in my dream before.”

For others, precognitive dreams can be unsettling. For those who rarely or never experience precognitive dreams, it is usually a sudden and traumatic event such as a death or accident that is predicted in advance. These events often occur quickly after the first dream.

It can be a terrifying experience – but, the astral plane may deliver a message to you for a purpose, to connect with the person, and to support those around you.

Clarity Dreams

You can sometimes experience déjà vu dreams with a distinct voice or sound that conveys a message.

Telepathic Dreams

These are typically visions that carry a message, idea, or feeling between two closely connected individuals. The person shares the content of the dream with the relevant other person and they both recognize the communication through the dream as telepathic. Sometimes we can connect with others who are also in a dream state while asleep, sharing information about our lives, thoughts, and feelings.

If you encounter someone you know in a dream and receive information about their health or emotional well-being, you can confirm the validity of everything you saw in your dream by contacting the person and verifying the dream. Telepathic dreams are messages from the psychic realm connecting us to individuals in our lives who reflect their thoughts and feelings to us in the astral plane.

Mutual Dreams

These are revealed when two or more people see the same dream at the same time or on the same night. These typically occur among close individuals.

Warning Dreams

As its name suggests, when you dream about something bad happening in the future, the messages you receive are warning dreams. Of course, there is no way to know if it is a warning dream unless it comes true in real life.

Following Your Dreams

It can be challenging to keep up with all these psychic visions, but it’s something that anyone can learn to do with practice. If you haven’t done so already, the most important thing is to start remembering your dreams. The key to remembering your dreams is to keep a consistent and regular journal. Keep a notebook by your bedside and write down everything you can remember about your dreams as soon as you wake up in the morning. If you have a strong dream and wake up in the middle of the night, write down your dream before you forget.

Keeping a dream journal accomplishes two things. First, it trains your mind to remember your dreams better. Second, it gives you a record to use to validate the content of future psychic dreams. You will learn to see patterns in your dreams and eventually, you may even learn to manipulate your dreams.

Here are 7 tips to help you remember your dreams, so you can understand what kind of things to expect.

1. Keep a Dream Journal

The first thing you should do when you wake up is to remain still. Once you start moving, you start to forget everything you might have seen in your dream. Always keep a notebook and pen by your bedside. Write down every detail you can remember, no matter how small, about your dream. The more you do this, the better you will become at remembering large portions of your dreams.

2. Watch What You Eat and Drink

What we eat and drink can greatly impair our ability to remember our dreams. Certain foods, such as dairy products, can cause strange dreams and even nightmares. If you want to remember your dreams, avoid heavy meals before sleeping.

3. Maintain Regular Sleep Timing

If you frequently change your sleep schedule, it can be difficult for you to remember your dreams. Try to go to bed at the same time every night or get as much sleep as possible. Your body needs consistency. If you have trouble sleeping, try meditating before bed, which can also help you have vivid dreams.

4. Tell Yourself What You Want to Remember

Throughout the day, tell yourself as often as possible that you want to remember your dreams. This helps program your brain to consider it important. Also, try stating out loud what specific thing you want to see in your dreams before bed. You can even write it in your dream journal. Don’t be surprised if you dream about it that night.

5. Get Rid of the Clutter

Create a comfortable environment for sleep. Believe it or not, disorganization can be one of the biggest things that prevent you from remembering your dreams. Clean up the clutter in your bed or around you. Clutter interferes with clear thinking, both during sleep and wakefulness.

6. Note Symbols and Patterns

Interpreting psychic visions correctly requires paying attention to recurring symbols or patterns. Repeated patterns in your dreams may indicate something beyond your current life and can help prevent future trials. The more attention you pay to the symbols in your dreams, the better you’ll understand the messages they carry and how they’re related to your life and others.


Follow all the messages you receive in psychic dreams like a possible detective. If you keep seeing someone in your dreams, reach out to them to confirm the information. If you see a natural disaster in your dream, check the news to see if there are any natural disasters in the world. Often, visions will be more metaphorical when conveying psychic information. If you see a wind blowing around a kitchen in your dream and the next day there’s a storm in the news, this is a psychic dream. Therefore, sensitivity in interpretation is very important in order to be aware of the subtle resonances received from the astral planes in the dream.

Interpreting your dreams

When you dream, it may be tempting to look up the meaning of the dream online. However, remember that you are the best interpreter of your own dreams. For example, if you dream of a snake and you love snakes in real life, it could be a positive sign for you. On the other hand, if someone who is afraid of snakes dreams of one, it may indicate that they need to avoid the things associated with snakes in the dream.

Dreams may be confusing at first, but when you understand your personal dream language, a world of opportunities opens up. Your dreams are just an extension of what’s happening in your waking life. As you become proficient in interpreting your dreams, you can also become proficient in your waking life.