Sometimes a dream is just a dream, but sometimes it’s not. Sometimes dreams can act as a space for loved ones to contact you from beyond the grave. However, sometimes the person trying to contact you is you– from a past life.
Current theories state that 2% of dreams show past lives. Children tend to have more, but adults get them too. A psychic can help you understand it.
If you have a weird feeling that your dream is a past life memory, keep reading. We can help you sort it all out.
Do Dreams Show Past Lives?
Yes, but not all of them do. Dreams serve many functions, here’s a non-exhaustive list of why we dream:
- Mentally practice psychical tasks
- “Troubleshoot” stressful situations
- Release stress
- Create a liminal space for spirit visitations
- Experience premonitions
- Experience past lives
Some of our dreams are past life memories. Children tend to experience past-life regression dreams more often than adults. These dreams tend to be different from the other kinds of dreams. They are recurring, hyper-realistic, and often do not fade upon waking.
How Do I Know If A Dream Is Showing Me a Past Life?
Think your dream might be a little more than just a dream? Here are some signs that it’s actually a past life regression.
Your Dream Is In Hyper Realistic But Unfamiliar Place
It’s super common for dreams to take place in either familiar settings or fantasy places. These are easy for your mind to reproduce. For example, you’ve probably had dreams that took place at home, in school, and at work. You’ve probably also experienced common fantasy space dreams like flying.
Past life regression dreams are nothing like this. They take place in a setting that your past life remembers. It will be both hyper realistic and feel familiar, even though it’s something you’ve never seen in your life. So if you have a weirdly realistic dream of being aboard the Titanic, that may be a past life regression.
You’re Not Yourself In The Dream
This is a dead giveaway that it’s a past life regression. If you are someone or something else, your dream may actually be a memory from a past life. The most common version of this dream is where you are an animal. This could be an indication that you’re a new soul.
You See Very Clear Unfamiliar Faces
Most people’s significant memories involve other people. Do you see an unfamiliar face that feels like you’ve seen it before in your dream? It could be a memory from a past life.
That feeling of deja vu permeates through a past life memory dream. Everything feels alien, and yet familiar.
Dream Wounds With Corresponding Birthmarks
The most common past life memory dream is showing you how you’ve died. Death is often traumatic, and your past lives sometimes use the dreamspace to work out their trauma. This is normal and healthy for souls to process.
Now, if you have a dream where you are wounded, check your body. If you have a birthmark there, that’s the wound that killed you.
What Does It Mean If A Dream Is Showing Me a Past Life?
This is where things get tricky. What does it mean when your dreams are showing you parts of your past life?
This is a difficult question because the answer varies person to person. Children are more likely to get them randomly. For some, the past life is showing you karmic trauma you may be carrying, like an unjust death. In other instances, the past life dream is trying to deliver a message.
Are you puzzled by the meaning of your dream? Call an online medium. They can give you a personal consultation of your dream, the past life it links to, and what it all means.
Dreams have a lot of meanings. About 2% are memories from your past life. Some of the telltale signs of your dream being a past life memory is you’re a different person in a place you’ve never seen before.
What do past life regression dreams mean? They mean different things for different people. Online mediums can give in-depth advice about what it all means. They can also help you understand the nature of your past lives, and what that means for your life today.
We hope this clarifies a few things about this often confusing subject. Dream on!