Submitted on 2010/07/11 at 9:49 pm
I cross people over in my dreams just like you. I have been doing it for years.. I never knew it had a name. I also dream before people die. I am an RN in my day job and I cross people over in my sleep. It comes in spurts. Sometimes I cross people over every night and sometimes a month or two goes by and I don’t cross anyone over .. but then i start all over again.. i told many people i do this and it seemed as if i was the only one ..
I have never heard of anyone doing it. Thank heaven you came on Coast to Coast. I wake up exhausted sometimes because I cross all these people over. I always told my mother I dream of crossing people over who I don’t know- kids,old and young people, people from other countries…
Do you have any suggestions for me to develop my talent? My grandmother was very psychic and would have out of body experience and I would wake up and see her coming over to see us. Then she would confirm I saw her… awesome !!
Thank heaven I am not crazy !!!
What a courageous challenge you took on, to be an RN by day, and one by night as well! You are by no means the only one, so many people have responded and written in to say they do it too, and by names such as Dreamwalkers.
I understand you’re feeling of waking up exhausted. People who have not had these experiences may not recognize how emotionally draining it truly is to always be ‘present’ for someone. You do it both day and night, so you’ll need to implement a few intentions so you don’t find yourself in a place of utter exhaustion that leads to ill health both physical and mental.
Set your intention before going to bed that you’ll get all the rest you need. As I mentioned on the Coast to Coast program, I found out I actually had ethereal caregivers that watched over me. Ever since implementing that intention I haven’t had any major issues beyond the normal stress of waking life regime. Also set your intention to have a safe journey.
I love the story of your psychic grandmother astral traveling to you. The fact that you had her to confirm the experience is indeed a gift in itself. So many people have never had a validation of any kind.
Generally, I encourage people to allow the experience, be the observer as much as possible. Allow the images to unfold, and do your best to gather the nuances, the feelings, the flavor of what’s going on. Many times this will yield more answers than trying to hear messages. Our ears tend to work better in the waking reality, and we can expand our other senses to tell us what’s happening in our dream world. Listen to your heart, that tends to be a good compass as well.
As for expanding your talents in Dream Travel, I often recommend the book Toltec Dreaming: Don Juan’s Teachings on the Energy Body who delves into detail of the many levels of dreaming, and how to expand on each one. This may offer you detailed insight into expanding your Gifts.
I don’t think you’re crazy, at least no more than the rest of us who lead this sort of dual life…lol.
Sincerely, bless you for taking on the dual role of caregiver in both waking and dream realities. I can’t even imagine the emotional stress and
challenges that you face.
May all your dream travels be safe and rewarding, and know you are not alone in this