Have you had a Clairvoyant Dreams or Visions?

This is a copyrighted extract about clairvoyant dreams from my book Psychic Dreaming by Craig Hamilton-Parker ( ISBN 1-4027-0474-7 Sterling Publishers 2004 )

As a psychic-medium for over twenty years it comes as no surprise when dreams tell the future or connect us to other places or people. For me psychic powers are self-evident. I experience them in my work when I communicate with the dead or demonstrate psychic and prophetic powers on the media. Similarly, my wife is also a medium so it is not only common for us to share dreams but we also experience telepathy during normal waking life. Our empathy is such that I blew up like a balloon when Jane was pregnant and she knows if I am in danger or distress. She will even beams me a shopping list if I go to the 24/7 Store to get some provisions. Invariably I return with obscure items she forgot to mention before I left!

For our family, psychic powers are part of every day life. I believe that these powers can be discovered in just about anyone and one of the richest areas for personal experiment are our dreams.

I always meditate before doing psychic or mediumistic work. Without this period of attunement my psychic and mediumistic abilities are much less active and my demonstrations and consultations may be a struggle. For me, and most true psychic-mediums, meditation is essential for the successful use of ESP gifts. Since the dream state is a highly relaxed condition dreams connect with these same relaxed inner states that is discovered during meditation. Dreams are a productive place for psychic experiences.  Parapsychologists agree and have found that a degree of relaxation is necessary for success in their laboratory experiments. Deep relaxation helps to minimize interference from conscious thoughts and allows the intuition to become dominant.

clairvoyant dreams and Visions

Clairvoyant dreams and Visions

A great many people, who make no claim to having psychic powers in waking life, discover that their sixth sense awakens when they dream. The extensive experiments made between 1930 – 1960 by Dr. Louisa Rhine (the wife of the famous parapsychologist Joseph Banks Rhine) evaluated over 10,000 cases of spontaneous psychic events. She found that over half of them occurred during dreams. Most of these clairvoyant dreams were about future events and included everything from tragic events to the banal. Often these psychic dreams related to loved ones but also sometimes were about complete strangers.

Clearly, sleep is an altered state that anyone can experience and is an easy way to make your own fascinating study into the paranormal. In one study of 290 random dream reports, researchers found that 38 of them –8.8 percent – could be classified as paranormal to one extent or another. (1.) clairvoyant dreams are commonplace yet intriguing. I am sure that everyone can discover the psychic side of their dreams if they want to. Clairvoyant dreams can also be a tremendous help in that they may help you to avoid pitfalls and discover new ways to find good fortune. But most importantly they give you a glimpse into yourself and your own extraordinary potential. In some cases clairvoyant dreams may even save your life!

When working with clairvoyant dreams and particularly with those that appear to tell the future, it is important to keep our feet on the ground. Remember that dreams speak to us in symbols. Sometimes these symbols may represent events in the real world and even prophecies about the future. However most dreams express the way you feel and reflect your fears and worries. If you dream about a car crash or an accident this is probably not a prediction. This is a classic symbol for feeling that your life is out of control. You are in danger of an emotional crash. Similarly many people worry if they dream about death but this may be a symbol to represent a part of your personality is not used or the ending of one phase of life so that another one can begin. We will look at the meaning of symbolism throughout this book/website to help you to sort out your clairvoyant dreams from the ones that express your fears.

No dream about the future deals in certainty. Your dreams deal with probability, or likelihood because the future is not set in stone. We have free will to choose our way ahead. Clairvoyant dreams are not an excuse to abdicate your responsibility or to bemoan your fate. Clairvoyant dreams give you insight into potential pitfalls and signpost the way to good fortune; they do not see the future. You are responsible for the future by the choices you make today.

Most of our dreams are filled with what Freud called Tagesrestethe “day-residue” of our jobs, relationships, and other things that influence our lives and cause us worry. But there are also instances when dream touch the same worlds that our ancestors knew- a world of gods, deities, demons, and angels where the familiar world we know disappears. These dreams transcend the banal world of ordinary life and lead you through the inner labyrinth to the very heart of your being. Clairvoyant dreams put you in touch with the centre of the soul, with the next life, giving you insight into the twists and turns of life, empowering you to take charge of your destiny, and enabling you to create a brighter future.

This is a copyrighted extract from my book  Psychic Dreaming  by Craig Hamilton-Parker ( ISBN 1-4027-0474-7 Sterling Publishers 2004 )

Craig’s TV Show about Clairvoyant Dreams and Nightmares

References

  1. Study by psychologist David Ryback from Atlanta. The survey of over 433 participants showed that 290 or 66.9 percent reported some form of paranormal dream. He rejected many of these claims and reached a conclusion that 8.8 percent of the population was having actual precognitive dreams.

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5 comments… add one
  • Naomi Nov 27, 2017, 3:51 am

    But the thing is, I don’t see the future in my dreams, I see them when I’m awake and asleep. I might see the future in my dream and have a flashback right before it happens. Other times I have these visions I guess. Right before something happens, everything stops and right before something happens and then right when everything goes back to normal, what I just saw happens. Other times everything happens and it’s like everything is echoing, some events while others are my thoughts and feelings. But nothing I’ve seen has been important, but rather just small things and actions. And when it is dreams, I forget it and then remember when or right before it happens. Everyone thinks it’s just Deja Vu.. But then why does it happen so often? I marked down whenever one of these things happened Deja Vu or visions in my science notebook and so far, all of the marks put together from this month is six – six different times – is that weird, or is that just Deja Vu like everyone says?

  • Jamie Lee Aug 22, 2017, 6:55 am

    That’s what happens to me! I have a vision and its most similarly explained like a dream but I’m awake but I forget about it moments after it happens like waking up. Then it doesn’t come back to me until it happens. I’ve always disregard these since they were always small and insignificant, like a friend saying a certain phrase or something. But now I’m dating this wonderful boy and I’m in love but he recently did something I had a vision of and when that vision occurred I had an overwhelming feeling of the pain that would come from the relationship. I don’t want to end it only based on that but it makes me nervous for our future. But anyway could you let me know if you find a resource similar to what this is cause what I’ve researched hasn’t really matched up to what I’ve experienced. Thanks!

  • Kate Mar 20, 2017, 9:54 pm

    I once had a vision of a murder in a specific place and a specific time and a month later there was a news report about that same murder at the same place and time

  • Scott Jones Nov 1, 2016, 2:10 am

    I have visions right after my dreams of the future. I only remember it after the thing happens. Is that Deja Vu? Because it happens a couple times every month

  • Lana Jay May 20, 2015, 2:17 am

    In 1995 while I was pregnant with my first son, I was with my husband in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. My husband drove trucks at the time and we did not have money for a motel room. We were sleeping in the truck and I had a precognitive dream about a building being blown up and collapsing. After I woke up I was very disturbed and told my husband. We went in to the motel to get some food and everyone was glued to the TV. The bombing at the Federal building in Oklahoma City had just happened. I put it out of my head for a long time. 4 years later while I was delivering my second son, I had a near death death and out of body experience. I put this out of my head for years until 4 months ago. I had a spiritual and kundalini awakening and now communicate with my deceased daughter. This is all so weird and I know it’s all tied together.

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