Dejavu? Mental illness or Paranormal?

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    Dejavu? Mental illness or Paranormal?

    What do you guys think? Has anyone here ever had dejavu happen before. It happens to me at least once a week and quite frankly, its a little awkward to think that you have done or seen the same thing before the present. Sorry I'm drunk tonight.



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    I've had numerous times that I've had dreams that didn't seem to make sense when I woke up, seeing certain people, being in certain places. Sometimes in my dreams I can see the place I am in quite distinctly with very sharp details, but when I wake up I say "Wait a second, I've never been to such a place before, why would I see every detail so distinctly?". Then a few years later I go somewhere I've never been to before and recognize it as that very place I saw so clearly in my dream.
    As I've never been drunk or used drugs I can trust that at the very least these experiences are not drug induced hallucinations.

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    Well, my belief about déjà vu is that it is not mental illness.

    I think it's when we catch up to a scene that we have seen out of time sequence mentally. We jump ahead mentally in time, some how, then the physical world (or real time) catches up. The feeling to me when it happems is "okay, I've been here before" or "I've already lived this exact scene before". There's no doubt to me about the feeling I get when it happens. And it's very strange.

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    Well, my belief about déjà vu is that it is not mental illness.

    I think it's when we catch up to a scene that we have seen out of time sequence mentally. We jump ahead mentally in time, some how, then the physical world (or real time) catches up. The feeling to me when it happens is "okay, I've been here before" or "I've already lived this exact scene before". There's no doubt to me about the feeling I get when it happens. And it's very strange.

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    I agree completely, exactly how I feel it happens !
    Quote Originally Posted by Sily Wily View Post
    Well, my belief about déjà vu is that it is not mental illness.

    I think it's when we catch up to a scene that we have seen out of time sequence mentally. We jump ahead mentally in time, some how, then the physical world (or real time) catches up. The feeling to me when it happems is "okay, I've been here before" or "I've already lived this exact scene before". There's no doubt to me about the feeling I get when it happens. And it's very strange.

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    Get Deja Vu myself quite a lot, it's a strange sensation, but cool that it happens

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    I used to experience dejavu a lot when I was younger, but not so much recently.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sily Wily View Post
    I think it's when we catch up to a scene that we have seen out of time sequence mentally. We jump ahead mentally in time, some how, then the physical world (or real time) catches up. The feeling to me when it happems is "okay, I've been here before" or "I've already lived this exact scene before". There's no doubt to me about the feeling I get when it happens. And it's very strange.
    Yeah, this is definitely what it feels like.


     

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