So I am coming here because I am curious about something that happened to me. Right now I will start by saying when I was somewhere between 5-8 (15 now) I would have these repeated dreams, which I remember vividly. I will not go into details about that.
Needless to say, I basically didn't really think about it. Now, flash-forward to 15... and then I found a picture online: it was the exact same picture that I saw in my dream. So I looked more into it, and it turns out it was a picture from an old Insane Asylum in the 1900's. It was used for a lot of different bad practices of bad medical techniques and a bunch of people had died there. (Severall Institute of Britain.)
So my question is, how did I see that in a dream before I had ever seen that and I has never even heard of it! So I was thinking it had to do with Psychic powers, I have had premonitions in dreams before.
I would appreciate some help understanding this, and if someone wants to privately help me, I could explain more to them in Private Mail. Thanks for reading this!
It is possible that, at that young age, you had seen some footage or photos of that place in a documentary, or some of the other places which came to light over the years. It may have replayed itself in a dream, or you may be remembering the footage, rather than a dream (false memories are very easily created). But if it was really a dream (which I will tend to believe, as you know your memories), I would say that it is likely you incorporated some imagery into the dream.
OR, or there is another possibility here, and that is that what you are experiencing are memories of a past life at the place. Maybe you were one of the ones being experimented on who died, or worse, you were one of the experimenters themselves doing the bad deeds to the patients. And now the memories are coming back to haunt you.
I agree with the person who commented above me. i believe dreams are a link to our lives and maybe keep a close eye and record of what your current dreams.sometime later on reading back they make alot of sense