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The question that interests everyone: Can dreams really predict the future?
Written by SOT.COM.AL 6 Gusht 2022
For thousands of years, people have interpreted dreams. Many popular beliefs are related to dreams and their meaning. But the question that interests everyone is: Do our dreams really predict the future? Everyone dreams in different ways.
Some people dream about real people in their lives and about real events, while others dream about things they probably could never have done or seen. In themselves, dreams are "a state of consciousness" where we have "sensory and emotional" phenomena while we sleep.
Many wonder if what we dream has any chance of coming true or not. It turns out that there is a very specific name for these types of dreams. Anticipatory or premonition dreams are dreams that seem to predict the future.
Some people believe that they have these types of dreams because what they have dreamed comes true in real life. While there are some precognitive dreams that people believe can help predict the onset of illness, there is very little scientific evidence that dreams can predict the future.
There have been several cases in which people believe they have predicted their own death. For example, how President Abraham Lincoln apparently dreamed of his own death before his assassination, and the assassination of Robert Kennedy was also predicted in a dream.
In fact, on June 4, 1968, a woman said she had dreamed of Kennedy's death for months and mentioned it three times before his assassination on June 5, 1968. But ultimately, for the real answer to dreams and to predict the future, scientists must conduct more research.