3 Types of Psychic Dreams You Might Be Having
Everyone dreams! This is true whether you currently remember your dreams, or not!
As you may already know, it is your subconscious mind that guides you as you enter into the REM (rapid eye movement) phase of sleep… This is the deepest level of dreaming.
Research shows that your brain is far more active during sleep than in waking hours. If you’ve ever struggled to silence your mind from the anxiety, stress, and worry of your thoughts, just imagine all that must be going on in your sleep for your brain to be even more active!
But just because your brain is active during sleep, it doesn’t mean all of your dreams are psychic ones.
Most of your dreams are just your unconscious mind processing the places, people, experience and events from your waking life.
But have you ever awoken from a dream and felt like there was more to it than meets the eye?
Have you ever felt like you just had a dream that was actually a psychic premonition?
Or a dream that was somehow that much more than just your subconscious mind sorting through the sounds and images of the day?
In many cases, you may be right.
Psychic dreams are dream states in which you attain information or guidance psychically while you sleep rather than through your ordinary five senses.
Psychic dreams allow you to access information from beyond the physical, by connecting to a deeper, multi-dimensional spiritual realm.
Psychic dreams vary from the norm in that, instead of revolving around yourself, they tend to revolve around something or someone external like an event, an individual, situation, or place.
Psychic dreams are incredible, but they’re nothing new, and been documented for generations in all sorts of different cultures.
So how do you tell the difference between a normal dream and a psychic dream?
To start… Let’s take a look at the 3 basic categories of psychic dreams.
Which of these have you experienced?
1. Precognitive Dreams
Precognitive dreams are when you see future events before they unfold.
Thanks to Hollywood, when most people hear about precognitive dreaming, they assume it’s about forecasting tragedies, disasters or other dark scary subject matter right out of the movies. This can and does happen, but just as often as not, precognitive dreams are completely positive and tied to seeing positive future possibilities.
Have you ever seen the future in one of your dreams?
If your answer is “no” just because you’ve never solved a crime, predicted a natural disaster, or foretold a death while dreaming, that doesn’t mean that you’re not dreaming about future events…
I often have a type of precognitive dream where in my dream; I am suddenly in a new place.
The dream is really just me being there, looking around, and experiencing the new location.
This is so much different from the rest of my normal dreams, which tend to have elaborate story lines and multiple dream characters.
Now that I’ve had so many of these location based precognitive dreams validated by ending up in the exact location I’ve dreamt about, I can now recognize when this type of dream when it occurs.
Other precognitive dreams are simply about basic life events.
Have you ever had a dream about a family member that you hadn’t seen in a while only to get a call from them shortly after?
Precognitive dreams like this happen all the time and can help to illustrate how deeply connected our souls really are.
But, even so, sometimes precognitive dreams can be hard to identify from “regular dreams”.
For this reason, one of the best things you can do is to keep a dream journal. Writing down your dreams will not only help you to remember them more clearly, but it will offer you the ability to check back and see which of your dreams have indeed become a reality.
This will help you to learn your common dream types, symbols and patterns, so you can better understand and decipher your language of dreams.
Additionally, precognitive dreams may be repetitive, so if you do find you keep having the same dream, this is usually a good sign to pay attention to it!
Maybe it’s forecasting your future, or maybe it’s simply telling you something about your life in the present, either way… Don’t you want to know?
2. Telepathic Dreams
Telepathic dreams are another form of psychic dream where direct communication takes place. Telepathic dreams are different from dreaming about talking to someone, but really you’re just talking to an aspect of your own subconscious in the form of the dream character.
Yes, this does happen and dreaming about other people and having conversations is a completely normal way for your unconscious mind to work through something.
But telepathic dreams are where you actually telepathically communicate with your guides, angels, deceased loved ones, pets, or another person while you’re in a dream state.
Telepathic dreams are vivid, impacting, and incredibly real.
Visitation dreams are a variation of a telepathic dream where your loved one in Heaven reaches out to you during your dream time.
But for now, let’s look at telepathic dreams can that occur between two living people.
Usually telepathic dreams happen when one person telepathically reaches out (consciously or unconsciously) to call upon the other while they’re in a dream state.
In cases where both souls are very emotionally connected, they’re then able to telepathically communicate through images, emotions, and even more direct conversation.
Usually one person “pings” the other, through focused energy.
This is something that can be psychically done by certain people while they’re in a conscious state. Other times, one person may unconsciously reach out through their dream state to “ping” the other in the dream and thereby connect.
When I’ve had telepathic dreams in the past, the other person was able to verify we had communicated after the fact.
3. Clairvoyant Dreams
Clairvoyant dreams are another powerful kind of psychic dream. They are vivid, realistic, and captivating dreams that feature symbols, metaphors and events.
Clairvoyant dreams can offer guidance for the dreamer in the present, as well as insight into the future.
Having very vivid and active dreams is actually a strong sign that you have clairvoyant abilities in your waking life too.
And clairvoyant dreams are a passive, and natural way for your clairvoyant abilities to begin awakening.
If you think you might be having clairvoyant dreams but you’re not sure, the best thing you can do is to start a dream journal to track your dreams. This will help you to begin to learn and decipher your dream language.
Spirit, your guides, angels, and your higher self will often use clairvoyant dreams where they offer guidance through symbols and metaphors. By learning the nature of the symbols that appear, you can better understand, and decipher the psychic meaning of dreams.
A slight variation of a clairvoyant dream is the past life dream, where you actually tune into past life experiences through your dreams.
So have you experienced any of these psychic dream states?
As you’ve read, psychic dreams can be hard to pinpoint, even, at times for those that are highly experienced.
If you’ve ever questioned that one of your dream states was more than merely the workings of the subconscious, though, you’re probably right…
The symbols, themes, and insights from psychic dreams offer valuable insight and guidance into life.
The key, is to pay attention!
Learn more about spiritual dreams and how to remember them here here.
Or, for deeper insight into Visitation Dreams from loved ones in Heaven, click here!
And finally, learn how you can Invite Angels Into Your Dreams here!
Sweet Psychic Dreams!