This is one of the most frequent question we get. The answer is "yes," but more often "no."
Dreams are reflections of your feelings, thoughts and awarenesses (or intuition) about your waking life. So, dreams can be predictive in the sense that that someone is going to do something or something is going to happen and they do or it does. Is it guaranteed that your dream will come true? No. If it does, it is more likely to happen because you make it so... although there are times when you will dream something that you didn't consciously expect to happen and it does. This is most likely to be attributable to your intuition about the people and circumstances around you than to the possiblity that you are psychic or that it is a message from the astral plane.
For example, you may have a dream that you are going to be fired from your job, and within a short period of time, you are. Our research of hundreds of thousands of dreams support the conclusion that you intuited from people and activity in the office what would happen. Although you were not consciously aware, you were subconsciously. As another example, you may dream that you are going to meet the love of your life and you do. How could you have known that? The fact that you are mentally and emotionally alert to the possibility increases the odds that it will happen.
Dreams are the home movies of the subconscious. They are self created expressions of your feeliings about what is most important to you. You are in control of your life and the choices you make. If you want your dreams to come true, you must make them happen. Don't count on it happening by chance.
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