What makes a dream precognitive (seeing the future)? For a dream to be considered precognitive, must it be exact?
Last night I watched the news report about the U.S. Airways landing on the Hudson River. Incredible story; but it wasn't until I settled into bed and reviewed my dream from the night before that I saw an interesting connection. The night before I dreamed that I saw the Statue of Liberty neck deep in water and people swimming in the frigid river. Looking at this picture, it is as if the windows are the eyes, the tail is the raised arm of the statue. The dream contained no fear, no anxiety, no need to warn anyone. In fact, it all seemed quite normal.
If this dream was precognitive, "so what?" What good does it do to have a dream that foretells the future when you cannot pin down what it's about?
Let's discuss precognitive dreams. Tell me your thoughts, readers.
If you are interested in telepathic dreams--dreams that are a communication from one mind to another--read a previous post about it here.