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Do dreams really become true? - English Article

February 8, 2016

Do dreams really become true?

We know dreams coming when we sleep. They come to everybody and there is almost nobody who doesn’t get dreams. The dreams, which come when we sleep, may be many types like happy dreams, terrorizing dreams, incidents dreams et cetera.

We hear dreams coming to people which often frighten them. Recently I have written one article on “Reasons of getting unusually or abnormal and frightened Dreams – Ways for getting Good Dreams”, you can know some reasons of getting dreams by reading that article.

So today you are going to know about “do dreams really become true?” This topic may be little bit interesting. Answers of this question are many but nobody could find exact answer for it yet.

What may the reason be? There is no particular reason too for it because according to belief of people, they believe in dreams, being meaningless and not consisting of any reason, are the imaginations of them only.

Of course they are or may be imaginations.

According to me, there are two types for coming dreams in sleep.

  • Dreams come according to person’s character and desires
  • Dreams come to intimate you, so that you can know what will happen in future

First point:

I have already clearly described about a person’s character and desires dreams in “Reasons of getting unusually or abnormal and frightened Dreams – Ways for getting Good Dreams” article, hence, to know about first point, read that article by clicking on it.

So let us go to the second point.

Dreams intimate you by coming in sleep, so that you can know what will or may happen in future.

Beliefs of people:

It is believed that the dreams, which come in the early morning, will become true. How do the people know the dreams becoming true? They have known that because the incidents have been occurring to them what they have dreamt in sleep.

It is believed that being devotees, people get dreams which become true in their life. And some people, despite not being devotees of God, also dream which will happen in future. To become those dreams true, don’t know what the reason is. If we try to find answer scientifically for becoming dreams true, there may not be any reason.

Some people believe that if a person was devotee in his or her past life, that person may know in this life what will happen in future.

Do really dreams become true?

I don’t know about others dreams, but I have seen dreams becoming true. According to me, I can only say that they may become true which come early morning.

If the dream is bad, can I prevent becoming it true?

According to me, answer is YES! Dreams’ main intention is to intimate you about something which will occur in future in your life. If the dream is bad, that dream’s meaning is something going to be wrong so you should be careful. In this case, you have to think by which way you will have harm, so that you can be careful.

By analysing dream carefully, you may know the hidden truth of it. Of course all dreams may not become true but in 100% dreams 5% dreams may become true.

If you get any bad dream, analyse it carefully. If you have found it is meaningless after analysing, that means that dream is not going to become true so you need not worry about it.

Intention of writing this article is to give you the clarity about dreams which rarely become true. Meaning of it is not to believe every dream whatever you have dreamt. Intention of this article is to give you the answer for whether the dreams become true or not. And to know the information of dreams which is believed by people (to know people beliefs regarding dreams).

People believe that which dreams come at about 4 to 6 am, those dreams have the chance to become true.

Written by B.Akhil Kumar

Read more writings of this author: B.Akhil Kumar

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