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Deja vu Dreams

Hi guys! I was trying to find something neat in the “dream world” to blog about this week. Finally, the idea hit me.

Hi guys! I was trying to find something neat in the “dream world” to blog about this week. Finally, the idea hit me.

No, that wasn’t a typo you just read. I wrote the sentences twice to bring up the question: Have you ever had the feeling of Déjà vu? How about seeing something from a dream show up in real life?

Truth is we all have. All people have experienced at least one Déjà vu dream before. In precognitive dreams, more commonly known as Déjà vu dreams, people dream of an event before it occurs, either an event as a whole or parts of one.

Sometimes throughout the day you may have the sense of Déjà vu, like you’ve seen something or done something before. Well, precognitive dreams can be the explanation for that. Let me set up a scenario for you:

A bell rings as you walk into the little coffee shop you visit almost every day. You walk up to the counter, scanning the drink menu even though you order the same coffee each time. There’s a girl in front of you with dirty blonde hair and you notice her adorable green purse, wishing you had one just like it. Minutes later, you’ve got your coffee and head over to the plush, chocolate brown chair in the front corner of the coffee shop. You take a sip of your coffee, but forgot to let it cool down and the piping hot mocha burns your tongue.  You set the coffee down on the oval table and look around the room. Across from you there’s a women in a pinstripe blazer reading a book with a bloody rose on the front of it. To the left of you, two teenage girls walk in and one is complaining about the struggles of her life right then. “He didn’t even text me back!” The other girl, backing her up on this issue, dramatically sighs and throws her hands in the air muttering something about stupid boys. Finally, your dream shifts or you wake up.

The next day you pull open a door with a “Help Wanted” sign on it. A bell rings as you walk into the little coffee shop you visit almost every day. You walk up to the counter, scanning the drink menu even though you order the same coffee each time. There’s a girl in front of you with dirty blonde hair and you notice her adorable green purse, wishing you had one just like it.

This is right when you first begin thinking this has happened before.

Minutes later, you’ve got your coffee and head over to the plush, chocolate brown chair in the front corner of the coffee shop. You take a sip of your coffee, but forgot to let it cool down and the piping hot mocha burns your tongue.  You set the coffee down on the oval table and look around the room. Across from you there’s a women in a pinstripe blazer reading a book with a bloody rose on the front of it.

By now you are thinking to yourself, “What is happening?” or “This happened already!”

To the left of you, two teenage girls walk in and one is complaining about the struggles of her life right then. “He didn’t even text me back!” The other girl, backing her up on this issue, dramatically sighs and throws her hands in the air muttering something about stupid boys.

Don’t worry, you aren’t going crazy. J Everyone experiences Déjà vu at some point or another. I tend to feel Déjà vu pretty frequently and even find myself mentally freaked out for a minute or two after.

Some people’s version of precognitive dreams is like the picture I just painted for you. They notice all the small details and it seems weird those details can show up again. When people say something in their dreams, the exact same words are said in real life. That same woman as in your dream could show up in real life wearing the exact same outfit and reading the exact same book.

For a lot of people though, it’s not as extreme. They may have noticed the green handbag in their dream and the next day saw it again. Or they picked up on the cover of the book in their dream and when seeing that book at the store the next day they either remember they saw it in a dream or can’t figure out where they saw that bloody rose before.

So next time you think “whoa Déjà vu”, try to think back to some of your dreams. Chances are they are the cause for the sudden feeling everything happened before.

Also these Déjà vu dreams have meanings behind them too! Click on the Dream Analysis page on my website and tell me about your precognitive dream and I’ll tell you what it means.

Happy dreaming!

~Nadette

Sources:

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/interesting-facts-about-dreams.html

http://www.answers.com/topic/precognitive-dreams

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