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PostPosted: Fri 07 Nov, 2008  Reply with quote

I have felt this...i just wanted to start a topic...
It's pretty odd,i have one of the yesterday and i have them pretty often.
So,i'm looking at this scene,i hear the same sounds,and i'm like..."whoa!
I have seen this before...but i have no idea where or how..."
It's pretty odd in fact...
Could it be a preset destiny...like,if you are reborn after death,in the interval,you will be told the events of your next life?
But the life of a human is long,and remembering just that moment,is odd...


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PostPosted: Fri 07 Nov, 2008  Reply with quote

I used to get deja vu all the time, but now I tend to get jamais vu instead.

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PostPosted: Fri 07 Nov, 2008  Reply with quote

I got deja vu last night whilst on IRC. Of someone saying something and me typing back. But i only got the deja vu a few hours after.

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PostPosted: Tue 11 Nov, 2008  Reply with quote

I remember having a deja vu, I was thinking, "...hmm.... should I just stop what I'm doing right now, and mess up the deja vu?" But always, I kept doing what I was doing, to let the deja vu happen.


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PostPosted: Sat 15 Nov, 2008  Reply with quote

I JUST HAD ONE...
It was odd...
I saw the sky,and a trace of cluds...moving...pretty fast
Odd...
I triggered a brain debate with our school counselor...we talked about dreaming and deja vu.
And she said that the human brain is so amazingly complex,it projects all the pssibilities.Then when you see it,you remember it somehow.


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PostPosted: Sun 28 Dec, 2008  Reply with quote

I just had one,right before clicking on the Big Deja Vu topic...
I saw a pidgeon landing on a small twig.
It wasn't the visual effect,but the feeling,the sensation.


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PostPosted: Thu 19 Mar, 2009  Reply with quote

I have heard that same explanation about the brain shutting down in relation to Deja Vu but I don't remember where I heard it it was many years ago. Although I never think it feels like it happened a few min's ago so I don't buy it.
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Fay wrote:
I have also experienced "the nothingness" it feels almost like I'm in a dream but i'm not, I always feel this when I'm sick or getting sick. Sometimes I get it at random times, I don't know why!

I also experience Deja Vu all the time! Sometimes I have a deja vu and then like a week later I have a deja vu of me having the deja vu! It is so weird! I once had a teacher that had an explanation for deja vus but I'm not sure if it's right. He said that deja vu is caused when our brain shuts down for a very small amount of time and then it comes back and it makes us think we are experiencing something over again. For example if you walk into a party and you see everything at the party (people talking etc...) Then the lights go out (this is like you're brain shutting down) then a second later the lights go back on and you see he exact same thing you saw seconds ago (people talking) and you think you experienced earlier or even weeks or years earlier.


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PostPosted: Sat 28 Mar, 2009  Reply with quote

sno_isulli wrote:
I get deja vu all the time! The funny part of it is that I will get it and realize that it feels EXACTLY like I've done it before and then I will tell myself or whoever is around me that I have it. Then I will have deja vu about having told them that I have deja vu and then mention that as well. After a couple of minutes it goes away but I swear it's a glitch in the program. (Just kidding--I always think of the Matrix when I get it.) I never have to check things like you do though. Also, my deja vu is always about the dumbest, most mundane things ever. Are yours like that as well?

*In conjunction with deja vu, I get this weird thing I tend to call "the nothingness." I don't know if anybody has this but very VERY often I get the feeling like I'm not "here". I go through the motions but don't feel like I am actually where I am when I'm there. It hits me the worst when I'm shopping--I think I'm overwhelmed by the vast number of items or something weird like that. Anyhow, does anybody ever feel like they are almost dreaming, but worse from the aspect that it's like you shouldn't even be where you are cause it feels abnormal? I have no other way to describe this and can never convey it to anybody very well but it haunts me sometimes. It's like I slip away into nothingness. Maybe I already have. . . eh



Ya about the nothingness, i get that too!! and just the way you described it, i have never been able to describe it, and it always happens when doing something random, or pointless, like driving to a friends, or folding clothes ect.


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PostPosted: Mon 30 Mar, 2009  Reply with quote

Sometimes when I'm on a walk or something, I just start being aware, as if I wasn't even there a moment ago, or until that point.

Or at least paying attention.

Most of us do the routine without even "being aware". It's like you know when you're doing a test or something, and you think "I can't wait 'til some time in the future, when i'm looking back at this moment".

Anybody understand me?

By the way, I have deja vu at least once a week, one good one.



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PostPosted: Mon 30 Mar, 2009  Reply with quote

working class hero wrote:
Most of us do the routine without even "being aware". It's like you know when you're doing a test or something, and you think "I can't wait 'til some time in the future, when i'm looking back at this moment".


I completely understand what you're talking about. It's usually something awkward and noticeably entertaining. Do you think deja vus derive from this? I sometimes get the feeling that it won't turn out to be a deja vu because i'm "too" aware of the situation. I feel like if I leave it be, and not digest it with reality checks, etc etc that it will increase the probability of having a deja vu..


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PostPosted: Mon 30 Mar, 2009  Reply with quote

welcome to the forum palm leaf

hm I was actually describing a completely different feeling. I think deja vu is more like you remembering something you did already, in a past life.

Anyways, it's a pretty ominous feeling.



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PostPosted: Fri 10 Apr, 2009  Reply with quote

I get it every now and then. Usually for something normal, like talking to a friend, or seeing somebody walk up to me. The earliest one I can remember is I got a flash of Deja Vu when I looked into my kitchen, when I was about 5. Strange how it, for me at least, only is a flash. Somebody will say something, and makes something in MY mind go "wait...."

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PostPosted: Thu 04 Jun, 2009  Reply with quote

I got on this thread expecting something different, I always thought that deja vu was where you had seen something happening (while sleeping), and then when it it's actually happening noticing it. I can remember getting it back until I was 12-13. I would just think of like pictures of life happening ,conciously note it. Then after like a few weeks or a couple months it would be happening before my eyes, nothing majors just like still images, a girl leaning on a truck(on a route i recognized,walking to a market store),a radar on a videogame.looking at someone over a pooltable. I haven't had it happne to me for awhile though,I hadn't been recalling anything for a couple months until I found this site

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PostPosted: Thu 04 Jun, 2009  Reply with quote

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I always thought that deja vu was where you had seen something happening (while sleeping)

they are precognitive dreams .. we have a BIG topic on them in the beyond dreaming forum
Sticky: the BIG PreCog dreams Topic - part II



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PostPosted: Sun 14 Jun, 2009  Reply with quote

I get deja vu alot. Though, I get the normal one about 3 times a day, but then there's this other thing which is sort of like it..

Earlier that day I just accidently randomly imagine something for no apparent reason. At the time, it's nothing. It just slips to the back of my head. But then later on, that happens. I can clearly remember imagining it earlier on.


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