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Thursday 21 February 2019

Tne Premonition Code- the role of dreams

The Daily Mail published an article on 20th feb 2019 on ‘Precognition’, the headline claiming that we CAN see the future in our dreams.

The article highlighted a book: ‘The premonition Code’, by Dr Julia Mossbridge and Theresa Cheung  an author of books on ‘spiritualism’.

Dr Julia Mossbridge explored the phenomenon of precognition, as research shows the body gives unconscious signals to prepare for the future.

It seems to me, however, that behind the story, there is an underlying belief in an afterlife with which I strongly disagree. There is a short period after clinical death when the brain processes images, often reported as bright lights etc after trauma or surgery when the heart momentarily stops. However, this is not the same as saying that our ‘soul’ survives death and lives on in another place. Nor can I accept that it is possible to know the future beforehand because it never, in reality, exists.
But what of the assertion that the body gives unconscious signals to prepare for the future. This is entirely consistent with the views expressed in my book: Spiritual Man: An Introduction to Negative Dimensions first published in 2013.

In my book I explain that the role of dreams is to prepare our bodies for what comes next as we age. The messages are often subliminal and abstract and derive from our brain’s database. This data is derived from our own experience and those of inherited characters (souls?) going back to the very beginning of life.

How does this differ from the work of  Mossbridge and Cheung? They claim that our dreams see the future, whilst I assert that they anticipate the future with information that derives from the past.

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