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    INFP - The Idealists

    Freaks me out!

    Okay i think it's wise to say that maybe i "think" to much.

    Okay i can be sitting in a room just thinking, i'ts usually about someone, next thing i know i'll get a text from them, or they'll call me.

    I've had dreams about people, conversations that would after the fact happen in real life the next day in similar ways to the dream.

    I've thought of a bad situation one time and the next thing i know i'm ease dropping to hear that something similar (to my bad thought) actually happened.

    I've been able to read people's actions sometimes before they make them.

    I often dream about people i think about.

    I said to myself i'm going to see my boyfrind at the mall with a girl, the next day when i went to work, guess who i saw! yep.

    I one time was pissed at my (ex) boyfriend, he was just doing me so wrong. I said to myself "I hope he goes back home (he lieved in a diffrent state, but he was on his own in my hometown), hope i never see him again i dont care anymore!" a couple weeks later he tells me he's going back home for good to help his dad and start a business, havent herd or seen him since.




    Any of this stuff ever happen to you guys, i'm starting to think i'm just a little bit crazy here
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    INFP - The Idealists

    You totally have super powers. They seem to be reality altering physic powers. Sweet!

    I have weird dreams that really hope don't come true.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    I am diabetic and I had a dream that I checked my bloodsugar and it was 113....I woke up a minute later, checked it, and it was 113. I felt pretty awesome for a day, I'll admit.

    It happened one more time, a year later. Dreamt it was 67, woke up to it being 67. Wish I knew how to make this a regular parlour trick.
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    That would be cool if i did @Blackbeard , But i dont think i'm thaaaaaat good. lol

    But yeah my dreams are super crazy, i've had some that scared the crap out of me and some that were just strange. Some that were messages, like it holds some kind of symbolism to a situation currently going on in my life.

    Say for instance me leaving a bad relationship, in my dream i'd be walking with a guy and we'd pass a door that was dark with stairs leading down. I would stop look down the stairs and he would let go of my hand hand continue walking. Something in me would want to go down the stairs for the adventure it might lead to, but something always holds me back from doing it.

    There have also be times when i've had dreams that were so emotional, i'd cry. I would litterally have to wake myself up because it was so strong.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I get this a little bit. Perhaps it is an INFP thing.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I do believe these sort of creeping intuitions are the result of Ni, but then, I don't often see INTJ's holding much store in psychic-ness. These things are coincidence for me, but they're a lot of fun at the same time.

    Quote Originally Posted by majestic beauty View Post
    There have also be times when i've had dreams that were so emotional, i'd cry. I would litterally have to wake myself up because it was so strong.
    Did you ever wake up physically crying? That's happened to me a few times, it was always the strangest feeling.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by majestic beauty View Post
    That would be cool if i did @Blackbeard , But i dont think i'm thaaaaaat good. lol

    But yeah my dreams are super crazy, i've had some that scared the crap out of me and some that were just strange. Some that were messages, like it holds some kind of symbolism to a situation currently going on in my life.

    Say for instance me leaving a bad relationship, in my dream i'd be walking with a guy and we'd pass a door that was dark with stairs leading down. I would stop look down the stairs and he would let go of my hand hand continue walking. Something in me would want to go down the stairs for the adventure it might lead to, but something always holds me back from doing it.

    There have also be times when i've had dreams that were so emotional, i'd cry. I would litterally have to wake myself up because it was so strong.
    O yea defiantly, my dreams are always like a metaphor for whatever is going in my life. Like my most remembered dream like that was simply just a pasture, and barn. Over the barn was the low hanging dark clouds and I am even able to see the lighting. Completely vivid. I somehow even know that there was heavy wind in the dream. I hate to think it about what it means.
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    I think you have a great ability to remember your dreams, and analyze your subconscious, congrats!

    Why would correct planning and thinking be considered crazy though? That I think would simply be a measure of intelligence.

    Now if we take the theory of Synchronicity, and apply it loosely with no logical consisitency, then I could see it being a bit unstable, but you arent doing that.
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    It's actually weird that Souled In wrote the word which I was going to use too. Synchronicity.
    I used to have this a lot too when I was younger, but it never bothered me. I don't feel bad about it. In fact, I feel like that should indeed be the real healthy me. I used to have this de ja vu moment. The more I think about something, the more I realised that it does exist in my life, and it is there? I used to think that it must have been there all the time, and my focus was just not on that?

    I have not been able to dream for a very long time though. This really scares me. However, I have recently lived through a real life experience, to which I remembered I dreamt about. It obviously ended in tears in my real life scenario, but in my dream, I felt so happy? I was not sure if it was meant to be a premonition or other.

    To me, I think you may be more of a healthy INFP, and how we should be. Cos your emotions are fairly strong. I know I am currently unhealthy, and I need to find the balance again, and maybe explore my spirituality side more.
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    One night I did dream that a childhood friend of mine that I had not seen or thought of in many years came and said goodbye to me and with her she had a dog that belonged to my cuisins when it was alive.
    When I some days later spoke to my mother she told me that the same girl had died some nights ago.
    I have had some other experiences related to this one but I more or less ignore them since I think life is allready complicated enough
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