~Déjà Vu~

Déjà vu” describes the uncanny sensation that you’ve already experienced something, even when you know you never have.

There’s no conclusive evidence on how common it actually is, but varying estimates suggest anywhere between 60 and 80 percent of the population experience this phenomenon.

While déjà vu is fairly common, especially among young adults, experts haven’t identified a single cause. Maybe a glitch in the matrix?

7 thoughts on “~Déjà Vu~”

  1. Actually once I experienced a whole day with many quite vivid experiences of deja vu. That evening I had my first seizure. The nurses at the hospital said that episodes of deja vu are common before a seizure. The wiring in the brain gets messed up. They explained that we have evolved to be able to determine if something is happening in real time or if it is a memory. (So you know to run if you see a saber tooth tiger in real time but not if you just remember seeing it.) When you have deja vu that functionality gets messed up and you experience something in real time thinking it is a memory. I had deja vu from time to time before the seizure (I’m ok now) but I would be very concerned if I experienced it multiple times in a short span and if it was very vivid and detailed.

    Liked by 3 people

    1. LuAnne, thank you for sharing this, I am sorry you had to go through that painful experience. Interesting information you share here from personal experience. On a spiritual level, some say that you are experiencing the memory of what has already happened, like a soul contract we make before birth, we know it has already happened as everything is happening in the now and only the now exists. 🔷️🙏🏻

      Liked by 2 people

      1. This certainly could be and I won’t refute it. I just know that the experience for me was quite distinctive. I was in a breakfast buffet and saw a man (a stranger to me) that I KNEW I had seen in those same clothes at that same place before. I was staying in a hotel and I was shocked to see the soap still in a wrapper even though I knew I had unwrapped it. That’s just two examples. The hospital staff told me that the electrical wires in my brain were getting short circuited and to be wary of such vivid deja vu because it could indicate that a seizure was coming on. I had had much more vague daja vu, you know a feeling like I’d seen that before, but never that vivid before or since. So I certainly do not disregard your spiritual explanation. And yes, only the now exists. It was just a weird day (and seizures are no fun!) when the now I was experiencing was interpreted by my brain that it was also a memory. There are lots of mysteries in this world and deja vu is certainly one of them. Namaste.

        Liked by 2 people

  2. I rarely experience deja Vu but when it does happen I not only feel like it has happened before but also I know what will happen in the next few minutes, unfortunately things don’t happen as I ‘foresaw’😪leading me to think maybe they are memories that perhaps popped up in my brain after the deja Vu thus making me think I know what will happen next

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Tony, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Quite possibly, there are many theories as to what Deja Vu is.. some say it is our soul remembering what has already happened on the highest dimensional level of reality.. 🔷️🙏🏻

      Liked by 2 people

    2. You know, Tony, when I had that intense deja vu day, I thought, “Okay, let’s harness this and predict the future.” I did that many times to no avail that day. Wow, the human psyche is sooooo interesting.

      Liked by 3 people

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s