If you have precognitive dreams that predict future disasters?
What is the point if you can’t do anything about it (i.e. don’t have enough specific information from dream about EXACT location). Especially if the dreams are stressful?
I have precognitive dreams, and the locations are relatively exact (relative location of bodies of water, parks, shipping ports…etc..and all in one dream…but that isn’t good enough to say anything). And I certainly wouldn’t want to say something and come off as a loon 🙂
Please..only respectful answers from people who think precognitive dreams are possible.
Suggestion by willow07
Yes I have. They are scary too.
Suggestion by RuthAnn
This is a very good question to ask. Many people have these types of dreams, and it does seem cruel that we have them, when we are powerless to stop the coming disaster. However these dreams are meant for your personal use, and to give U a head’s up for helping those close to U — like family and friends. If others do not want to believe U that is their choice. Use this info to gather other information that might make more sense out of what U R dreaming.
U can do a history check on the area U dream about. U can look up info on the Internet for more proof of the possibility of an impending disaster. The future is already mapped out in general, so our subconscious mind can always access that information.
Suggestion by grey_wolves2000
The thing is with modern society, going off from someone who “dreamed about it but doesn’t know any fine details” doesn’t really help things to begin with and given how society is grown up with everything is more or less evident within the surroundings or is fact, then as far as premonitions go, it’s pretty hard to get people to believe you and even then the really prolific psychics who work with the police and such really only are there to help solve matters after the fact.
If you really want to develop the skill even further and hope to find out more finite details, then I may suggest some form of meditation/relaxation to be more in tune with what you hope to find out. Granted that they are within your dream state, doing this may help you even further. Also you may be able to try this one day if you are going down for a nap or a sleep during the day on a weekend or something. How you go about it really differs from person to person but I find soothing, almost spiritual music helps relax and really get you into it.
I find Enya’s music to be along those lines, just the sound of the music to me seems to connect on a spiritual/psychic level.
It may seem all “why me? What’s the point of it all?” but if you can develop your own senses and get to the point where you can do it within a meditative state or more so just by relaxing yourself for a few minutes and opening yourself up.
As for why? Well some folks are gifted with such ability, I have heard of a psychic (famous from memory as they had predicted certain things with celebs and events) who would be able to predict certain events, be it with celebrities or in general and would make it known in the media, though of course in the end this was merely for entertainment purposes.
I’m a psychic myself, while i’ve mostly shut off my “feelers” for the most part, as it does become troublesome, as I did develop them a few years ago where i became interested in such things and realising my own abilities.
From a young age i’ve had precognitive dreams, though mostly to do with events with me, though from what I do remember I’d have dreams where i’d be in a familiar yet different house which would mean that I would later move house (before knowing that I would, as my father was in the air force so we would move every few years or so) though with me, whenever i’ve had said dreams it was always hard to know when it would happen and how far into the future it would be.
I haven’t had any dreams in recent years, probably due to being able to turn my sixth sense on and off and able to control it more now.
Your sixth sense, everyone has it, its just that modern society teaches us to shut it out and that anything strange, our parents tell us “its nothing”, though some folks have a more natural ability than others, some may only be able to predict only specific things, like you with your dreams, one person i knew was able to predict who would be pregnant and what sex of the baby was, or something along those lines.
As we get older, our sixth sense is more and more shut out and most of the time it’s just that “gut feeling” but for some, it may return at an older age or even again for some, it may never “disappear” at all and just always be there to which they themselves would “train” themselves to use it.
Our sixth sense generally lies dormant within us but for some, it awakens itself or a part of it remains active throughout our life.
I hope this helps and hopefully I didn’t veer too far off from topic or of the like.
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Place to visit in Niagara Falls area?
I am planning to go visit Niagara Falls this weekend and I am trying to find attractions of any kind to spend the day or two. I am not planning to go into Canada. I was wondering, what are some places to visit in Hamburg aread, and also north-east, still in New York?
Suggestion by grant m
los of shopping centers an indian reserve vineyards
Suggestion by tophel
It sounds like you’re going to be all over the greater Buffalo area, so here are some general suggestions for you:
Things to do in Niagara Falls (besides the obvious seeing the Falls :):
The Niagara Falls Aquarium is small but a hit especially with young toddlers. There are penguins and sea lions and what made my niece’s day: Nemo (clown) fish!
While at the falls, check out Goat Island (a great view from the very top most edge of the falls), the Cave of the Winds (a walking tour up close to the falls), and the Maid of the Mist (a boat tour to the bottom of the falls).
Seneca Niagara Casino is very close to the falls if you feel the need to drop a few buck at the slots or craps tables (or who knows, maybe win a few bucks!) Their buffet is quite good, as is the steakhouse.
Things to do in Buffalo:
The Albright-Knox art museum is one of my favorite art museums ever. It has a beautiful Greek style porch, and outstanding modern and impressionist collections.
You could go to the Buffalo Zoo. It’s a smaller zoo, but still very nice. Then you could walk around Delaware Park.
Buffalo has a lot of really beautiful architecture, including a number of houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Here’s one example of an architecture driving tour.
Not-to-be-missed Buffalo food:
When you’re in Buffalo, you have to get chicken wings. The Anchor Bar is where chicken wings were invented. However, if you ask me, Duff’s wings are far superior. Just don’t forget, chicken wings are to be eaten with BLUE CHEESE dressing, not ranch! Ted’s Grilled Hot Dogs are another not-to-be-missed Buffalo food, as is a beef on weck sandwich at some place like Anderson’s. A not-quite-as-famous, but the thing I HAVE to have whenever I go to Buffalo, is a chicken finger sub from John’s pizza.
Hamburg area and south of Buffalo suggestions:
I’ve never lived in this area, but I have a few suggestions for you. You might want to check out the Erie County Fairgrounds. You just missed the Fair, but there are some horse shows this weekend if that floats your boat.
If you’re interested in psychics, you might want to head down to Lily Dale, a town of Spiritualists. There are plenty of mediums there if you want to have a reading done.
North/North-east of Niagara Falls:
You could visit Old Fort Niagara in Youngstown, NY
You could go to the museum at the power plant in Lewiston. I remember going there when I was in grade school and thinking it was neat but I don’t remember much else about it. It’s free…
You could go fruit/veggie picking at Murphy Orchards in Burt, NY, which was also an underground railroad stop and offers an afternoon tea.
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