Reading the Old Testament you get the impression that dreams once served
some sort of a useful purpose involving transfer of information from the spirit realm but,
in our age, they're basically bullshit.
I see a question as to whether your subconscious mind
is trying addressing your conscious mind. I 'm thinking of my being taken ill
a few years ago. I was admitted to the hospital for abdominal surgery.
After the surgery, (FORGET about doctor-patient confidentiality) doctors
n nurses at the hospital were telling quite a few of my friends to start digging
the hole. That "if he survives the effects of the surgery, he may die from infection."
I never felt threatened;
I never felt pain.
A few days before I entered the hospital,
I had a precognitive dream that I 'd have an inconvenience,
but that there was no danger. That 's how it worked out.
I mean, I was having about as bad a dream as you'd ever want, something or other at least five and more likely seven or eight times my size was in the process of tearing me limb from limb and clearly had intentions of having me for breakfast and I couldn't figure a way to wake up or get out of it, and my little Melba cat came up and meowed at the top of her lungs right in my face and woke me up with a start. This was four in the morning and she's not stupid enough to try to wake me up for food at that hour; cats can simply see stuff which people and other animals can't and saw I needed to get waked up.
That 's the worst nightmare I 've ever heard of; a lot worse than just getting chased.
Chasing dreams r more common.
Did u feel the pain of the wounds, in addition to fear ?
As to your cat:
I 've had a lot of cats n dogs over the years n decades.
I 've never had much of a schedule, particularly.
I fed them when I thought of it; thay were OK with that. Thay got plenty of food.
I fed them in the evening within a range of around 4 or 5 hours, like between 4 to 9 PM.
I noticed (repeatedly
) that when I thought (merely THOUGHT
" I 'll feed Mike now " without my moving, or even LOOKING at him,
he got up from the floor where he 'd been sleeping or relaxing,
and his ears perked up
and he looked me directly in the face. It was like Pavlov 's bell.
Both cats and dogs did that, many, many times over the decades.
Around 1955, I got a gray kitten, whom I named Smokey.
After about a week, he developed a minor medical condition,
requiring veterinary care. We made an appointment for Saturday morning.
He was nowhere to be found; after searching the house, I found him
hidden under some cloths in a closet; he had never gone into hiding before,
nor had he been in there. His vet requested another appointment,
a week later; Smokey did the same thing again. He never did it under any
other circumstances. I believe that thay r telepathic.
We know that big cats, in the wild, launch co-ordinated multi-pronged
attacks, including ambushes, upon their prey.
How do thay set them up ? I think its telepathy.
Vertibrate Paleontologists tell us that Velociraptors
employed co-ordinated attacks, also including ambushes.
More recently thay have also attributed this characteristic to families of T-Rexes.
How did thay, how coud thay communicate among themselves to set them up ?