Precognitive Dreams

Precognition: Interpreting Dreams that Go Outside the Box

by guest author Sandra Bell Kirchman

When I was little, my mom, dad, and I lived at Wood Buffalo Park, a Canadian national game preserve in the Northwest Territories. The night before we were to take the carryall sled, pulled by our team of huskies 52 miles from my dad’s park ranger station/house to Fort Smith, my mom had a dream. In her dream, which she said was as real to her as if she were watching a movie, when we got to the Salt Flats about 25 miles from Fort Smith, by some fluke of nature the plains were bare of snow.

My dad had a lot of faith in Mom’s dreams and dream interpretation, because she had been right before and she believed in them. Even though this dream involved cooperation with his fellow park rangers and the strong possibility of getting laughed at, Dad phoned and arranged for someone with a truck to meet us at the near side (of us) on the Salt Flats.

He teased Mom all the way to there about her quirky dreams and how he was going to tell the fellows that it was all her fault. When we got to the Salt Flats, though, he stopped teasing. They were bone dry, without a flake of snow, and there, waiting for us, was the promised truck. The guys in the truck weren’t laughing either.

From Dreams to The Generous Nature of Spirit

My mom’s dream interpretation and dreaming abilities filled me with admiration, which prompted me as an adult to take some courses in unfolding my own psychic nature. These psychic development courses focused on the fact that everyone is psychic and all you need to do is practice working with your abilities until they become second nature to you. Then you can use them as tools in your everyday life.

I had been traveling for quite a while across Canada and the U.S., presenting some of the psychic development courses I had learned and, in the course of my travels, came to Ottawa to present just such another program. A friend of mine, also in the same organization, drove with me downtown for lunch before a TV interview of me about the upcoming lecture and series of courses.

I had been in Ottawa before, and downtown was no place to be at lunchtime if you could help it. Parking was impossible, even paid parking, never mind on-the-street parking. This issue made me uncomfortable, since we couldn’t take too long for lunch because of the fixed time for the interview. To sidestep the problem, I concentrated briefly on the area where we were eating lunch and visualized a lovely parking spot just waiting there for us. I did it with a lot of feeling, so I was not surprised to find a spot a few doors down from the restaurant. What did astonish me was the fact that there was another parking spot right behind it. Unheard of! I quickly took the one spot, then turned to my friend. Amazement was scribbled all over her face.

We sat in awed silence for a couple of seconds before it dawned on us what had happened. A long-time Ottawa resident, my friend was fully aware of the noon parking crunch in the downtown area. Therefore, she had done the same as me to avoid the issue. Generously, Spirit obliged each of us, even though we only needed one spot. That was sweet really; otherwise, we both might have thought that we had failed and it was the other one who had secured the spot.

Lunch was a success, and so was the TV interview.

Have you ever had a precognitive dream? Or, have you focused your attention on something and had it manifest spontaneously ? Share your story with us in the comments.

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Sandra Kirchman, AuthorSandra Bell Kirchman
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