Dreamtime Signs of Clairvoyant Abilities
Things You Can See In Precognitive, Lucid And Active Dreaming States
amanda linette meder
When I was a little girl, I used to see these things outside my window that I called the creatures.
I grew up in an old New Jersey Gothic Victorian home that both my parents loved.
My father was a little bit of a mad scientist and loved the history of the old inventors and was even an inventor himself, and my mother was a hippie herbalist.
They grew an orchard, made all their food from scratch, and taught their kids all about art, metaphysics, the sciences, and philosophy.
I had a real Victorian childhood that I am very grateful for, and now my siblings do their own intellectual things. Mother edits my blogs, reads tarot, and advises her herbal wisdom at a magical store up north.
While my father has since passed, and my mother is still alive, psychic ability runs strongly in my family. It tends to run strongly in many families.
My very active dream life was one of the first signs that my parents and grandparents used to identify the fact that I had a natural psychic ability. It was also something my father and I shared.
As a child, every night, I dreamt.
Sometimes, my dreams were so active that I thought my dreams were a reality. They would continue into my physical space while I was alive. As a child, I called what I now know was clairvoyance, waking dreams.
Rich and vivid, filled with metaphors and often events that would later occur in the future - my dreams kept me up at night.
Each dream more intense and imaginative than the last, I woke up frequently, suddenly and periodically throughout the night.
I remembered my dreams for days, often years after they occurred. I still remember some of my dream scenes now.
Do you have an active dream life or wish to cultivate one?
Are you aware of, and can you remember your dreams vividly?
If so, intentional dreaming as a means for receiving guidance, prophecy, or insight is a practice that you can quickly develop into clairvoyance.
Clear, colorful, and imaginative and lucid dreaming is a sign of unawakened or awakening clairvoyant abilities.
You can develop your clairvoyant abilities gently, using your dreams.
Typically, clairvoyance first manifests in the dreams. If you don't notice the common signs of clairvoyance while you're awake, the signs can spill into your dream space.
This will happen and likely intensify until you wake up and realize you might be more prophetic than you choose to admit you are.
If you or a child of yours regularly has nightmares, or you have lucid (clear) dreams, it's time to wake up.
Clairvoyance and dreams
Clairvoyance is the ability to see clearly and, while this in an intuitive ability; it begins, grows, and flourishes from the same part of the brain as your imagination. Fo many of us, imagination is cultivated through the world of dreams.
People with natural clairvoyant abilities are known as daydreamers. They're typically very good at storytelling and describing things to others in metaphors because they can see the metaphor unfold before or behind their own eyes.
Are you a storyteller? Good at metaphor? You may be clairvoyant and if you are good at daydreaming, you can increase the use of your night dreaming too.
Clairvoyants often have an active dream world where they can perceive true information.
Think you might be clairvoyant? Want to cultivate and make use of an active dream life?
Let’s discuss what can you see with active dreaming, also known as clairvoyant dreams, so that you can use the information to your advantage.
3 Things You Can See In Clairvoyant Dreams
1. Spirits Who Wish To Reveal Themselves
Spirit can and does visit you in dream time.
Sometimes, to deliver to your symbols and metaphors to help provide you with an answer to something specific you asked for.
Angels, Spirit Guides, and your deceased loved ones can all communicate with you through the astral space of dreams.
Dream communication is possible because when you dream, your mind is open and relaxed. When relaxed, there’s the least possible chance you’ll reject a visitation or message.
The non-physical dream space is typically considered safe, so we are usually more welcoming to our Spirit Guide's messages during this time.
Before I understood what Spirit Guides were, as a child, I would always see this Spider in my dreams. Upon waking, I'd see the Spider standing in the doorway of my bedroom.
This nighttime Spider visitor kept coming back, and it horrified me as a kid, but I then I grew up and completely forgot about it for twenty years. Then as an adult, I had a few readings, where the Spider was identified as a Spirit Guide for me.
A few other signs made sense, and I got it.
Often our Guides reveal themselves to us in our dreams like this. When we don't understand it, it can be scary, but that's how it is with all the things we don't understand. We tend to fear what we don't know anything about.
So Spirit can identify themselves to us in our dreams, and your deceased loved ones can also connect with you in a dream.
If you wish to increase Spirit Communication in dreams, set the intention before bed to do so and keep a notebook read.
When they do, it’s a very distinct and memorable experience. Learn more about the Visitation Dream.
2. Metaphors That Help Us Understand Life
The number one language of Spirit and the Higher Self is through metaphor and symbolism.
Through learning the universal language of symbols and your personal symbols, you’ll have a better idea of the messages conveyed to you through your dream time.
Sometimes our consciousness attempts to help us understand our lives by showing us alternate explanations for our life experience through our dreams. This can help us see our life from a bigger perspective picture, which is the perspective of the Higher Self.
If you see symbols in your dreams, I recommend checking out this guest blog: How To Interpret Your Dreams.
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Often, you'll receive a deeper understanding of your life through the metaphors received in your dreams. Many dream messages we receive are for ourselves and those in our soul group.
In a reading, lots of clairvoyant psychics will see a person's life through symbolic scenes. In the absence of buying a reading, you can use your dreams to guide your path the same way. The symbolism we see internally through dreams often mirrors and is validated by what external psychics see for us.
3. Possible Events For Past, Present, And Future
The seeing of events that could occur in the future is called precognition.
If you can see the future or the past in your dreams, you can also do the same in your waking life. Anything that we can see in the future or past represents present energy, thoughts, or ideas currently in play in the non-physical world that we can change.
For example, if you see a dangerous event in the future, this violence is likely occurring on a non-physical level in the thoughts of whom you see it for already.
The psychic ability that enables you to predict the future or see past events can help you interpret and make sense of your surroundings. Seeing into the past or future allows you to make better decisions in the present moment.
Sometimes we will see the future as an opportunity to change the trajectory of our current path. Likewise, we will see the past so that we have an opportunity to heal it.
Future dreams can and are often a gift from our connection to the Universe, to show you, “Hey, look! You have intuitive abilities you aren’t using here!” These types of dreams are some of the first signs of untapped intuitive ability.
So events in time come up in your dreams, this could be a hint from Spirit to wake you up to gifts, and to your connection that may be rising now.
People who are experiencing a kundalini awakening will often experience prophetic dreams.
Are you waking up too much from your dreams?
A good practice for a very active intuitive mind is to give your intuition and psychic self a chance to speak and communicate with you before bedtime.
The reason why dreams become active is sometimes that this is the only time Spirit and your higher Self can speak to you directly.
Thus, give your inner self a chance to clear its throat during the day time.
To avoid losing sleep over dreams, you can give your psychic abilities time to exercise themselves during the day by:
Practicing meditation by giving yourself time to receive the metaphors, prophecies, and visitors while awake.
Writing or typing out all your thoughts when you get rushes of information coming to you, known as downloads.
Calming down your present day life and giving your intuitive self a chance to connect with you throughout the day is the number one way to quiet your dream life and get a better night’s sleep.
If I have a night of active dreams, I know there’s something I need to pay attention to during my waking life. I then go over what I receive and actively attempt to decode and act upon the meaning of my dreams.
Scared of what you may see?
Dreaming is a passive way of safely improving your clairvoyant abilities - until you are ready to use them while you are awake.
Many cultures and people (including myself) rely heavily on their dreams to interpret their lives and to predict and manage the playing out of daily and future events.
The more in-tune we are with what we receive, the more awareness we have to tap into the possibilities of our lives. This usually gives us less to fear, not more.
So to recap:
Clairvoyant abilities can come out in our dreams
When this happens, we can see Spirit, Metaphors for life, and Prophecy
To avoid losing sleep, give yourself a psychic time during the day to receive the downloads that wish to come through you
These days, I still see the creatures, but they are more human in form.
They usually appear right behind my office desk before I leave the space for the workday. And I know who they are now, so I fear them less.
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Amanda Linette Meder
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