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Andrew Paquette is the author of a book on psychic dreams and their meaning. Andrew argues that “dictionaries say that dreams are a sequence of images from sleep. What is left out is that these images are recollections of something else; they are memories of experiences, some fanciful, some shatteringly real.” The first time Andrew had a precognitive dream about the future, it helped him to avert a mugging and even possibly saved his live. Over a period of twenty years, Andrew meticulously recorded his dreams and discovered the process that future or precognitive dreams are not only possible, they are common. Even more importantly, because of precognitive dreams and their quantity, Andrew was able to see his dreams were not merely isolated events, but remembered clips of a continuum of existed shared by everybody. In his ground breaking new book, Andrew Paquette destroys the myths pertaining to what dreams are, how they are described, their meaning, and why they are or are not important. Tonight, Andrew joins us live to discuss he writing in: Dreamer: 20 Years of Psychic Dreams and How They Changed My Life.
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