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Déjà Vu, Precognitive Dreams and how they shape Reality.

The Dreamer Awakens

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Déjà Vu, Precognitive Dreams and how they shape Reality.
How many times do you remember having Déjà Vu in your life? It's quite possible that you are having Déjà vu while reading this thread. Déjà Vu has often been associated with a type of memory lapse where the hypothesis is that one hemisphere processes information faster then the other. Or attributed to temporal lobe epilepsy. That is the more common arguments regarding what might cause this feeling of familiarity, however if we examine the experience closer there are alternative answers.

One such alternative links the memory and source of familiarity to something you have dreamed about days, weeks, months before the onset of Déjà vu. This is called Déjà Réve which means already dreamed in French.

How many times have you been able to link the source of your Déjà experience to something you have dreamed about in the past well before the Déjà event took place?

How accurate was the dream to the actual event when the onset of Déjà took place? This varies from person to person and the range can be quite literally accurate to the future event.

Precognitive dreams are dreams of future events. Through out history and the written record people have reported having these types of dreams. In 350BC Aristotle questioned these types of dreams in a paper called, "On Prophesying by Dreams".

Many religions describe such dreams:


Joel 2:28 (KJV) "And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions"


We can see true dreams are from Allah Ta'aala as Muhammad (S) said, "True dreams are from Allah, and bad dreams are from Shaitan." (Sahih Al-Bukhari)


Similar to Hinduism, Buddhism adheres to an illusion of life that is like a dream.

According to contemporary teacher Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche, all appearances perceived during the whole life of an individual, through all senses, including sounds, smells, tastes and tactile sensations in their totality, are like a big dream. It is claimed that, on careful examination, the dream of life and regular nightly dreams are not very different, and that, in their essential nature, there is no difference between them.

On precognitive dreams, there is the famous book 'Milinda Panha' or 'The Questions of King Milinda', in which Ven. Nagesena states 5 causes of dreams; the sixth and the most significant being prophetic dreams.


The root of Hinduism is based on dreaming as the source of the Universe. Brahma, the supreme God, created the God Vishnu and Vishnu sleeps, and the activity of his thoughts creates dreams, and we are all his dream: the world is Vishnu's dream.

"There is the deep and appealing notion that the universe is but a dream of the god who, after a hundred Brahma years, dissolves himself into a dreamless sleep. The universe dissolves with him - until, after another Brahma century, he stirs, recomposes himself and begins again to dream the cosmic dream.

Native Americans, Australian Aborigines, Shamans and many other cultures regard dreams as having prophetic potential and significance.

There are many accounts from historic people regarding precognitive dreams.

President Abraham Lincoln, weeks before his assassination, dreamt of his death. Author Mark Twain had a dream involving the death of his brother Henry weeks before Henry would die in a riverboat accident, with remarkable and uncanny detail in regard to the funeral that followed. British painter David Mandell dreamt three times of planes crashing into the twin towers. In 1996 he painted a picture of such a dream and had it time-stamped in a photograph using his bank's clock for reference. German actress Christine Mylius would send her dreams to Professor Bender at the Institute for Borderline Areas of Psychology for archiving. When she would have a dream come true, they would reference it in the archives. Irish aeronautical engineer J. W. Dunne would keep a detailed account of his dreams and using the Scientific Method would investigate his own precognitive dreams.

What is most important to note, is how these types of dreams have occurred if at all, in your own life, and what you make of such dreams of the future.

Having had these types of dreams through out my life, it leaves me wanting to understand this covert and profound relationship to what one can experience as a dream, to later observe it actualize in the future.

In this thread, we will examine this relationship between dreams and reality, perhaps this nursery rhyme was correct all along...

Row, row, row your boat,
Gently down the stream.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
Life is but a dream.

Where do you fit in?
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Re: Déjà Vu, Precognitive Dreams and how they shape Reality.
2 weeks before my younger Brother was killed (July of 2006), I had a dream that I was mourning 2 people that I knew, and I (tough guy) woke up with tears in my eyes. WTF was the 1st thought, didn't tell my girlfriend @ the time, seemed to embarrassing to wake up next to her in tears. Anyway, 2 weeks later, he was killed, along with another person that I do not know (the 2nd person I couldn't figure out just yet). His birthday is May 22, & my daughter was born that same year on his birthday. Also, he had just turned 22, was buried on July 22.

2 years later (2008), I has a 22 year old friend die from heart failure, buried on March 22. It was eerie, to say the least. On both of their death dates (the 16th of both months), I had the experience of Déjà vu. These are the most extreme examples...

Déjà vu has been a recurring event throughout my life, usually before a major change (positive or negative). They've increased in frequency the last 2 years, & every time I will for positive change, that's been the case every time. I don't have the scientific data to share WHY these Déjà vu have happened WHEN they have, my experience though has taught me to pay close attention, and to be alert when they do occur...

That's all I have for now...
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Re: Déjà Vu, Precognitive Dreams and how they shape Reality.
The fact is, we can dream of future events. Thanks for sharing your experiences with this thus far, and feel free to share more if you have any epiphanies with precognitive dreams and Déjà vu.

When I started having Déjà vu that segued into precognitive dreams I was 15 going on 16 and the revelation that dreams at some level could accurately convey future events down to the granular detail and resolution of reality; perfectly and literally describing a future event in the same first-person view that I would experience became life changing.

Now 39, there has been a lifetime spent exploring this covert relationship between dreams and reality, it's a personal joy to share such experience and knowledge on forum.
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i had a dream couple months ago and i dreamed i want to the beach with my fiends and i was in the water and te wave come over me and pulled me under and i realized it happeed and in may i dreamed that i was sitting there in school ooking around and then i fell over cuz i knew that it was gonna happen when i was gonna get up!!!