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Navdeep Kamal Nav
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i felt it since my childhood.. i just got up from a dream and went to tell my mom that grandfather is dead, she just scolded me and i went to sleep again but when the same news came after 3-4 hours,my mom was just unconcious and agai it has happened several times and everytime i told my mom and it stands true.. dont know if it is actually DEJA VU or crse.. !:/

Sylvie
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Sylvie

I’ve had deja Vu since a very young age. I’ve always been able to tell what will hapen as the deja vu goes…..so I’ve been told its a form of psychic!

shawn
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I dont know when im having deja vu but i kno when certain things r goin to happen

duffy_567
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duffy_567

l beleive it’s messages we got at an earlier time, and when it happens we remember, and say this has happened before, when it didn’t.

Terry
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Terry

You get off a train in Paris France and know exactly where the the nearest metro is, because you remember, when you have never been to Paris before. Doing so is not a electronic brain glitch.

Getting off the train in Killarney Ireland, you know the nearest pub is two blocks down then in the middle of third block up facing a “T” intersection. Doing so is not a electronic brain glitch.

It’s reincarnation. The Christians need only one life and then either eternal happiness or eternal torture, to sell their religion.

Rachelle Cadence of Shangri La
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Rachelle Cadence of Shangri La

Yes, Déjà vu (French for “already seen”) is the experience of feeling that one has witnessed or experienced a new situation previously. The experience of déjà vu is usually accompanied by a compelling sense of familiarity, and also a sense of “eeriness”, “strangeness”, or “weirdness”. The “previous” experience is most frequently attributed to a dream, although in some cases there is a firm sense that the experience “genuinely happened” in the past. Déjà vu has been described as “remembering the future.”

markybartfast
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markybartfast

i was thinking about this earlier,there is nothing psychic about it,we haven’t lived these moments before,what it is, is your brain remembering the feeling you had when you were doing something,when you have the feeling again you remember it as not the memory of where you were but how you felt and attach the new memory to it.
or something,someone more clever than I could explain it better!

cwgrrl7
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cwgrrl7

No, but it is sooo cool!

ServantofGod
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ServantofGod

no

Amelie
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Amelie

I don’t doubt that it’s just your mind that mixes up data. I’ve always had the feeling that was what was happening whenever I had deja vu. They seem to have proved this.

Avie
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Avie

No, deja vu (“already seen”) is an experience in which a person goes to a place or through a situation and gets the unsettling feeling that it’s all happened before, even though it hasn’t. Some people feel that deja vu is evidence of reincarnation and that would be the logical conclusion for anyone who doesn’t know how the brain works. The brain has electricity running through it constantly; that’s how we stay alive. No electricity in the brain = no brain function = death. But sometimes the path of electricity in the brain skips a bit. When this happens, it… Read more »

Codename 48
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Codename 48

Believe it or not, on average, I have at least one deja vu every 3-4 days. Now, it became so common to me that it doesn’t even feel weird anymore. I’ve found out one thing about deja vus. There are 2 types. One type is where you feel something happened before but it really didn’t. The other “fake” deja vu is when something like that actually happened but you just can’t remember it and that’s why you feel it’s a deja vu.

Bets
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Bets

I,too have experienced deja vu many times,but I don’t think I am psychic…what I’ve hypothesised is that everything in our life & our fate has been pre-determined by God & we too know it somewhere in the corner of our subconscious mind &in some people it just sometimes enters the conscious mind &we get those flashes…

romer151
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romer151

more like psychic experience. A power you can control, deja vu you can’t.

Sleepless
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Sleepless

It is very weird, and some scientist say that it is just a glitch in the mechanisms of our own minds, not being able to distinguish an event in time from another. I don’t agree, but I’m not sure what it could really be.