Psychic Dreams – Can YOU See The Future While Having a Dream?
Can dreams be psychic? How can I tell if I’m seeing the future while having a dream?
Here is another interesting study on how to tell if your dreams are psychic…..or said better, how to know if we really ARE able to see the future, or even read minds while asleep
What many people don’t know is that there are tons of really great scientific studies into the nature of precognitive dreams, and many people have incredible experiences with both feeling the future, spiritual visions and even being able to read the minds of others while having deep, detailed and lucid dreams.
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The New Telepathic Dreaming Studies
Both of Smith’s experiments exposed students to a photo of an individual and asked them to try to dream about the problems of that person. So there are sender and receivers, as is traditional in dream telepathy studies. The identity of the senders were unknown, even to the experimenters themselves.
In Experiment 1, the focus was on health problems of the individual in the photo. The study compared 2 dreams that the students submitted before the “incubation” began with 2 dreams collected afterwards.
Screen Shot 2014-04-20 at 6.31.10 PMIn Experiment 2, the focus was on life problems of the individual in the photograph. Like the first study, students submitted 2 dreams before they were informed about the aim of the study. Experiment 2 also used an additional control: about half of the students (56 people) looked at a photograph that was unbeknownst to them a computer simulated image–not a real person.
In both studies, the experimental post-incubation groups had many more “hits” than the controls, a hit being an image or concept in the dream that correlated to real problems of the individual in question.
More convincing for me, in experiment 2, the dream content of the control group (who looked at a fictional person’s image) did not change from before and after incubation, where as the experimental group had a large (statistically significant) change. See Figure 1 above.
Carlyle Smith says this about the findings:
“The data from these experiments suggests that normal undergraduates were able to have dreams with content that reflected the real-life problems and concerns of an unknown target individual. The content reported by each experimental individual varied somewhat and the focus varied from dreamer to dreamer, but overall, the scores on specified categories were quite significantly different for the target in experiment 2. Equally important was the lack of change in content for the Controls where the target was fictitious.”
Here’s where to read the study yourself. There’s great details about the dream themes and how they related to the sender’s real-life problems.