In late November of 2022, I recorded a very short dream about a secret door. It later became apparent that the dream had precognitive qualities. Here are my original dream notes:
November 29, 2022 (Tuesday)
Dream 1 (6:30 AM). A room has a secret door on the floor. Later, however, this area is shown again and there is no longer a door on the floor. But then it appears again.
That was it. A very short dream. A few days later, I received a call from a woman who, with her siblings, had inherited an old commercial building located less than a mile from my real estate shop. When she called, she and her sister were at the building. I offered to meet them at the building right away. No time better than the present in the real estate business. It was a very interesting old building that had once been owned by a telephone company and had subsequently been converted into a large workshop.
The sisters informed me a couple of days later that they had decided to list the building with a different real estate company. When the property hit the market, a friend of mine (and a potential buyer) requested a tour of the building. Thus, within a short period of time, I got the chance to tour the building again.
In the midst of this second tour, I turned around and saw that my friend had pulled up a hatch on the floor. A secret door! As soon as I saw the open hatch, I immediately thought of my secret door dream. See photos below of the floor hatch in both its closed and open positions. When closed, there is a camouflage effect because the top of the hatch has floor tiles that match the surrounding floor. Once you know it is there, the floor hatch is very easy to spot. But, during my first tour of the building, I was in the building for about 30 minutes with one of my colleagues and neither one of us noticed it.
I would like to highlight a few notable elements of this precognitive dream experience:
Was this a meaningful experience for me? Yes, it was meaningful for me in two ways.
A precognitive dream is a unique form of synchronicity because the two related events happen in different states of consciousness. The experience of a precognitive dream often makes me feel like I'm interacting with a playful/trickster aspect of my consciousness. For more examples of precognitive dreams (and coincidences), see the The Inner Self at Play section of my website (link below).
The Inner Self at Play
Chris Cunniffe, Abundance Coach and Dream Coach, at Lucid Coaching, LLC
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