What Are Prophetic Dreams And What Do They Really Mean?

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You are able to look into the future through your dream while you are having a prophetic dream. Because we can validate a prophetic dream only after the event in question has occurred, it can be challenging to identify a dream as having this type of predictive power. Even still, all we hear about are the people that were successful. There are a great number of other dreams that are never accomplished. Therefore, it is possible that prophetic dreams are only coincidental occurrences.

It is generally accepted in the scientific community that psychic abilities do not in fact exist. According to the reasoning of scientists, dreams that appear to come true could actually be a suggestion or a guidance for you to follow, which would result in the dream giving the impression that it is coming true. You have a strong desire for that to be the case. Another point of contention is that you can have a propensity to change your dream in order to make it fit the conclusion.

Because dreams are so quickly forgotten, it is possible that your recall of the dream is not an accurate representation of what actually occurred. One such hypothesis proposes that while you sleep, your subconscious mind is better equipped to piece together fragments of knowledge than your conscious mind is. Your mind is able to predict the future based on the information that it has already gathered about the world.

There are others who continue to hold the belief that one’s dreams can accurately predict or forecast the future. There is a correlation between prophetic dreams and significant events such as natural disasters, wars, assassinations, accidents, and even winning lottery numbers or a horse race. Sometimes people have dreams that help them solve crimes. It is said that two weeks before Abraham Lincoln was killed, he had a dream in which he saw his own body inside of a coffin. This dream took place in the past. John Dunne, a British engineer, had a dream that a volcano would erupt in France, and it ended up happening.

Having a prophetic dream indicates that you are feeling anxious and that you are expressing a desire for certainty in the future. This dream also suggests that you are expressing a need for certainty in the present. You are seeking guidance from your dream in order to assist you make a significant choice or to reassure you that you are proceeding in the appropriate direction.

A Dream About the Man Who Would Marry you

The Bab, also known as Abdu’l-Baha, was a pivotal person in the Baha’i religion before Baha’u'llah came along. He was born in the year 1819 in the city of Shiraz in Persia (now present-day Iran). At the age of 23, when the Bab wed his wife Khadijih Bagum, she had a prophetic dream that the Bab would be her future husband. The Bab married Khadijih Bagum.

At the time, arranged marriages were rather prevalent, and Khadijih was one of three sisters in her family. She revealed that she had a dream about the Bab’s mother visiting their house one night in the hopes that Khadjih or one of her sisters would marry her son. In the dream, the mother was looking for a bride for her son.

She stated that her sisters and she had greeted her with warmth and politeness when she arrived. After she had sat down, she gave us a careful examination before getting up from her seat, moving closer, and planting a kiss on my head. In the fantastic realm of dreams, I had the impression that she adored the way I looked and that she favoured me over all of her other admirers.

The following morning, when Khadijih woke up, she had an upbeat and buoyant disposition. Unbelievably, the Bab’s mother visited them at their house that very afternoon.

“Along with my sisters, we went to welcome her, and much to my amazement, just as I had seen in my dream, she got up from her seat, walked over to me with a smile on her face, kissed the top of my head, and embraced me,” Khadijih explained.

“After finishing our talk, she went her separate way. My older sister leaned up close and whispered in my ear that she was here to beg for my hand in marriage for her son. I responded by saying, “How fortunate I am.” After that, I told him about the dream I had the night before, explaining that the fact that it had come true had given a great deal of joy to my life.

The Interpretation of a Predictive Dream Involving a Lion

Soon after meeting, lion Khadijih and the Bab fell in love with one another and married. However, some time after they were married, Khadijih afterwards “dreamt of a frightening male lion that carried her around her courtyard two and a half times with her hands around its neck.”

She awoke the next morning shaking and terrified, and immediately shared her nightmare with her husband. The Bab deciphered the significance of this dream and revealed to her that the dream foretold that their life together would only endure for two years and six months.

As a result of the Bab’s announcement in 1844 that he had been granted a revelation from God, both he and his wife were subjected to severe hardship and religious persecution. He revealed that a new era had begun for humanity, one in which all members of the human race would unite and one in which a civilization that was affluent both materially and spiritually would arise. His task was to get people ready for the arrival of Baha’u'llah, whom he referred to as “He Whom God shall make manifest.” His job was to prepare people for the coming of Baha’u'llah.

Having an Understanding of the Prophets’ Visions and Dreams

Abdu’l-Baha elaborated on the potency and significance of what are known as “visions of the Prophets.” He referred to them as “heavenly inspiration” spiritual discoveries in his discussion of them.

He went on to Explain:

Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the spirit possesses potent impressions that are not mediated in any way by the organs that make up the five senses, such as the eyes and the hearing.

In addition, in terms of spiritual comprehensions and inner revelations, there is a unity that is present among spiritual souls that is unrivalled by any imagination or comparison, as well as a communion that is independent of both space and time.

For this reason, for instance, when it is written in the Gospel that Moses and Elijah came to Christ on Mount Tabor, it is abundantly clear that this was not a material communion but rather a spiritual condition that has been expressed as a physical meeting. This was not a material communion but rather a spiritual condition that was expressed as a physical meeting.

Tahirih was one of those spiritual beings who devoted each day to praying, fasting, and engaging in other practises associated with their religion. She had a prophetic dream or vision of the Bab one night before he announced that he was sent from God. In the dream, the Bab appeared to her.

When “she put her head on her pillow, lost all knowledge of this earthly life, and dreamed” of a young man “wearing a black robe and a green turban,” it was close to the hour of morning. He “came to her in the sky; he was standing in the air, reciting verses and praying with his hands upraised,” according to the vision she had of him.

As soon as Tahirih opened her eyes, she committed one of those verses to memory and scribbled it down in her notebook as soon as she could. Abdu’l-Baha said:

After the Báb had announced His mission and His first book, titled ‘The Best of Stories,’ had been distributed, Táhirih was reading a section of the text one day, and she came across that same verse that she had written down from the dream. She realised that it was the same verse. Following an instantaneous expression of gratitude, she dropped to her knees and lowered her head to the earth, absolutely certain that the Báb’s word was accurate.

Prophetic dreams have the ability to provide clarity, assurance, and direction in a world that is filled with chaos and confusion. They are a true gift from God because they can encourage us about new opportunities, warn us about potential disasters, or lead us to discoveries that might drastically alter our lives.

If you have dreams that come true, you should probably write them down in a dream journal and keep it nearby. You can never predict what will happen in real life years, months, or even days after you have a dream about something.

Grace Thorpe

My years of experience counts to almost 10 years in my field where I have been counseling clients for the last ten years in career, business, work, relationships etc etc. I use tools like Astrology, Numerology, Tarot Cards to unlock the potential and guide people to the best outcome. I have an educational background in Pharmacy, Mathematics, Computers, Chemistry, Astrophysics but I am passionate about my work in guiding people to their destiny.


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