I was deep into meditation. My mind was blank, and I was not thinking of anything at all.

Quite suddenly, I saw something play like a movie in my mind. A dear friend of mine was in a car accident. It was very upsetting and realistic. The accident was a very bad one.

Why did this happen? Was it a premonition? Should I tell my friend?

Thanks. Jai

asked 07 Jan '10, 10:09

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It's hard to say about these things.

    		I'd ask you to sit down, but
    		you're not going to anyway.  And
    		don't worry about the vase.

    		What vase?

    He turns to look around and his elbow knocks a VASE from
    the table.  It BREAKS against the linoleum floor.

    		That vase.

    		Sh*t, I'm sorry.

    She pulls out a tray of chocolate chip cookies and turns.
    She is an older woman, wearing big oven mitts,
    comfortable slacks and a print blouse.  She looks like
    someone's grandma.

    		I said don't worry about it.  I'll
    		get one of my kids to fix it.

    		How did you know...?

    She sets the cookie tray on a wooden hot-pad.

    		Ohh, what's really going to bake your
    		noodle later on is, would you
    		still have broken it if I hadn't
    		said anything.

If it were me, I'd tell your friend, "I had a dream last night, I don't think it's anything to worry about, but I would be especially careful driving the next few days."


answered 07 Jan '10, 16:17

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This had happened to my dad years ago, he was driving home and an 18 wheeler was sliding sideways towards him, he swerved out of the way. At this same time a friend of his was having a nightmare and woke up and screamed Ace was just killed in an accident! She saw the truck sliding towards him she saw him heading towards the truck but she woke up before seeing he was fine, no problem, nothing to worry about.

She called to find out the next day, afraid to confirm the worst and was surprised to have my dad answer the phone, she told him of the dream, and he told her all of that did happen but somehow he managed to avoid it.

I think this could be something you tapped into here, I really do.


answered 07 Jan '10, 20:08

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Wade Casaldi

The question is what do you have to loose by telling your friend about what you saw? If you feel strongly about what you saw, or if you feel obligated, or concerned that something is going to happen, then of course, use gut feelings and tell your friend.

I was awake when I had flashes of what appeared to be something you would see with your eyes open looking at the TV Screen, and I also heard the noises in the far distance in the picture I was seeing. The whole thing was very vivid, and I saw the picture of what was happening. I was afraid that something was going to happen, based upon what I saw.

Did I tell anyone about what I saw, and heard, no I did not, but a couple of weeks later something did happen close to home that was fatal. I hated myself for not taking heed, and telling what I saw with my eyes open in broad day light. So, be your best judge.


answered 07 Jan '10, 22:42

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