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Have you ever experienced Psychic visons, telapathy, or telekenesis?

  1. Yes, once or twice. (17 votes [36.17%])

    Percentage of vote: 36.17%

  2. Yes, consistantly. (26 votes [55.32%])

    Percentage of vote: 55.32%

  3. No. (4 votes [8.51%])

    Percentage of vote: 8.51%

how accurate were you in your experiences?

  1. Right on the money. (27 votes [47.37%])

    Percentage of vote: 47.37%

  2. Very close. (20 votes [35.09%])

    Percentage of vote: 35.09%

  3. vague. (7 votes [12.28%])

    Percentage of vote: 12.28%

  4. still waiting to see. (3 votes [5.26%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.26%

Would you be interested in see this subject address at the conference by an actual doctor?

  1. Yes very much so. It is difficult to find answers in this area. (29 votes [58.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 58.00%

  2. No there are more important things to be addressed. (8 votes [16.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 16.00%

  3. Either way. It sounds like fun! (13 votes [26.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 26.00%

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#41 ironhands

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 10:41 AM

Ok, I'll add my insanity to the mix.  But first, family history.

 

My grandmother died of cancer 4 days after I was born.  Came out of a coma, smiled, and went back to sleep when she was told I'd been born.  Fast forward a few years.  My younger brother who is autistic, had been having dreams about his grandmother.  He knew very small details, and had no way of knowing them.  She died before he was born, and he'd only met his grandfather once, when he was 2-3.  He was 5 at the time.  Could pick her from a photo lineup. 

 

As for me, there've always been events I've been able to predict, I generally account for it as a heightened sense of intuition, or being able to pickup on a lot of things subconsciously and piece them together.  It makes sense, logically.  Some of the strangest events though - I was at a wedding reception and a woman who'd just gotten married a few weeks before came up and gave me a hug, and walked away.  I instantly knew she was pregnant.  I told my friend, who said "not a chance, they want to wait a few years."  Sure enough, a month later, they admitted it, she'd been pregnant about 2 months, and conceived a week or two before the wedding.

 

At work, one Sunday.  We had a staff meeting early in the morning.  Out of nowhere, I blurted out that a former co-worker we hadn't seen in a year would show up.  Sure enough, at closing, guy shows up to say hi.  Everyones jaw dropped.  I laughed.  No idea how I got that one.

 

After a really bad breakup, when I was most actively dreaming heavily and on paxil, generally pre-lucid, and sometimes fully lucid, I kept running into my ex in the dreams.  Each night, I would talk to her and learn a little more about what went wrong.  I ended up finding out that she wasn't with the guy she'd been cheating on me with, but someone else she worked with.  I remember her having a shocked look on her face each night as we talked and I asked the right questions.  I also remember there being a little boy running around.  Fast forward a couple of months, I get an email from a mutual friend I hadn't talked to since the breakup.  Guess who's getting married to someone from work, and 8 months pregnant, with a boy?

 

I can't really explain those events with subconscious extraplation.  There are others, but they're relatively mild and I just take them for granted now, especially now that I'm off the SSRIs.  Am I crazy?  Probably!



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Posted 29 December 2013 - 06:10 AM

Oh my Lord...I thought I was the only one!

 

I honestly don't know whether to laugh or cry. I felt so horribly alone.

 

Thank you from the bottom of my soul.

 

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Posted 31 December 2013 - 10:33 AM

I was watching a doc a few weeks ago, and they were talking about alpha waves being linked to psychic phenomena.  Alpha waves are present the half-asleep state (cats are usually in high-alpha states), so if there is any truth to this sort of thing, it would be pretty common people with sleep disorders, as they would be highly alpha-active, and experience alpha-intrusion.



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Posted 06 December 2014 - 01:24 PM

OMG this is amazing !!

My dreams are very detailed and even often EVIL I dream my kids are being killed in front of me
It's awful!
BUT I also have reoccurring dreams. I once had a dream for three mths about having a relapse! About 6 mths later I had a reloaded and EVERYTHUNG I dreamed actually happened
I'm going thru SOMETHJBG IDENTICAL right now
About a year ago I kept having a dream that my husband was being mean to me and so on and so forth
And ALL OFMITNIS HAPPENING RIGHT AS WE SPEAK !!
Maybe I have te gift if descernment or maybe narcolepsy DOES INDEED play a role in this
Idk
A also dreamed about a mine exploding and people dying about three weeks before the mine in West Virginia killed all those people !!

#45 tullingen

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Posted 20 April 2015 - 06:12 AM

I consistently have dreams where i am convinced (while dreaming) that something paranormal is going on.

 

Like just now 20 minutes ago, i had a dream where i woke up in a alternate dimension with my organs cut out and a bomb in their place.

The dream was about warning myself that this would happend to me.

 

I do not take any dream seriously, because if i did, i would start having huge misconceptions and eventually go crazy.

Also the "visions" have never been true. 

Sure, i might understand them in a way were they would be correct under certain circumstances - i cant be bothered to look up the correct way of proving how this can be used to prove incorrect statements or means, but i am pretty sure it can. (pretty sure car salesmen use it all the time :P)

 

Edit: I do take dreams that provide solutions to problems "seriously", or i test the potential solution.

Sometimes it works, its pretty cool.

 

Oh yeah - also i get to experience stuff i never otherwise would.. imaginative or otherwise. 

On second though i guess the realistic experiences also are imaginative, due to beiging a result of my stored memory.

You also have to take into acount for humans only storing fractal information - so an experience will often deviate unless i can create the objects from multiple real life experiences.



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Posted 23 June 2015 - 10:40 AM

I have had lucid dreams involving my mom who died 9 months ago. Looking back I think those dreams were a direct result of rx'd opiates. I found A LOT of stuff on the internet regarding lucid dreaming and opiates. Since I have stopped taking them I no longer lucid dream. It kind of sucks.



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Posted 30 June 2015 - 10:08 PM

It would make sense that N has something to do with it, as Native peoples from around the world have assigned a special place in tribal cultures for such Dreamers or Seers.

 

N may be a gift rather than a disorder, since Western society devalues anything that doesn't lend itself to making money...and I've a sneaky feeling that if anyone tried to make money from precognitive dreams, the precognitive quality of the dreams would disappear.



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Posted 02 July 2015 - 11:27 PM

I think for me my "dream" state and how I interpret them depends on different variables. I have recently been diagnosed with N, but since childhood I've known things.. Seen things through dreams. But I also believe I have a guide or an angel., a spiritual being that aids me, he is usually with me in my dreams, kinda didnt notice him but became more aware of him as I grew older.. I do believe our subconscious is our soul or astral being that while we are "awake" our soul "Sleeps" but is still aware and listens durning our waking hours. For me as a Narcolepic I believe that with my "state of being" in this physical world,my soul is more awake and I am less material or physical than people without narcolepsy.., it's it entirely up to me how I choose to vibrate in this physical world.. The higher vibration , kindness, empathy, charity, truth, love, good will.. Etc the more I am "shown" things.. The easier it is for departed loved ones that are now themselves "astral beings" to communicate to me.. I realize long ago that there are good astral beings and bad or evil ones.. Like there are physical good and bad or evil people..In the physical world I stay clear of bad people, and stick up for myself.. It's the same in the "astral" dream world.. I am not out to be a Shaman or a soothsayer, but I can tap my soul and my outlet to the collective consciousness of the astral plane easier than others that don't have N.