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Offlinecleaner
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Whats your theory on Deja Vu?
    #2318440 - 02/09/04 05:53 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Ive been puzzled for a long time, it used to be somewhat a daily occurance then i was dry for about a month now i'm starting to get strong spontaneus Deja Vu's on daily basis.

It's like i know the answer in my heart, it tells me exactly what it is but its still incomprehensible by both brain hemisheres...

I have a theory, that each of us comes to this material earthly live for a reason, each of us has a treasure to find, and our treasure is where our heart is ......... catch my drift? but wait, i want to hear your views on this first before i go on :tongue:


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2318487 - 02/09/04 06:06 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Could you please define deja vu...I still dont know what it is lol.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2318509 - 02/09/04 06:10 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

:stoned: Well i think that everything that is happening has already happened. And Life is only an extensive memory processing itself in the brain, now a dying collection of cell. the body only exist on this universe for a flash fraction of a milli-secound, in universal time that is at the rate that the big bang is going, this is only an explosion in a void, eventualy all sparks will go off and the fire will be out. But that is cazillions of years away, in human time that is.  Anyways as our brains start to evolve and our frequencies advance we gain this spiritual memory. The memory of everything that can and will happened. Because we become closer to evolving outside of the human time spectrum. I say De Ja Vu is just these flashes of thoughts of a possible outcome, just one of a  million of these thoughts stand out because its the one that actually comes true. These flashes of memory are sort of our spiritual memory activating, confusing the physical memory and leaving you with this eerie feeling that you have actually read this before....Because our spiritual memory works in terms of universe time. And the more we get in touch with our universe and expand the mind, the more gain this spiritual memory and start remembering our past and future lives....... :stoned: Oh Yeah......


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2318573 - 02/09/04 06:29 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Deja vu is a hint that explains the real essence of "time", that is, the Expanded Present. All that has happened, is happening, and will happen is happening right now at this moment. However it is not so simple. The expanded present is an infinite web of of events that branches with every possibility in every situation ever created. When we experience deja vu, it's a "glitch in the Matrix" that allows us a very brief glimpse at the expanded present, which is why we have the feeling of having experienced it before. If you can imagine a giant room as the expanded moment, this glimpse is like looking through a keyhole into that room for a quarter of a second. We cannot make out any details and it is more of a subconscious "feeling" than the memories we are familiar with in our conscious mind.

Another thing about deja vu: Because it is so strange a phenomenon, and because it is so short, very few people discover the ability to see "ahead" with deja vu. This is indeed possible, as I have been doing this ever since I discovered it myself. Next time you have deja vu, don't sit there dumbfounded thinking "wow, deja vu!" You have to be quick and as soon as you feel it there you can "look" ahead into future events. I've noticed that the farther ahead you look, the faster the deja vu fades away and the events you see also become cloudier and less defined. I would say for sure though that you can know in general what is going to happen to yourself within the next two weeks with this method.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2318631 - 02/09/04 06:47 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I don't get Deja Vu like "this has happened before" or "I have seen this before,"

my deja vu is more like "I've known this all along, and I am just remembering."


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2318660 - 02/09/04 06:54 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I think it may have something to do with dreams...but this is only a very early theory.

Reason being: sometimes when I get Deja Vu it is accompanied by a very strong mental image of the event/place in question which I instantly remember as being in a dream I've had previously. I can't say for certain that the dream place/event was exactly the same as the place/event that triggers the Deja Vu...but it is pretty close.


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Driving you mad.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: ]
    #2318812 - 02/09/04 07:37 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

The first time I did mushrooms I had an overwhelming sense of deja vu that lasted for at least a couple of hours. It was not that very specific events had happened before, it was just the feeling of being where I was, with the people I was with, in the state of mind that I was. Right after the coming up I knew that this had all happened before, that we had all been "here" before. I became very nostalgic, thinking how I had missed this. Very weird.

Maybe this is normal? Anyway, how would that help you see into the future? Sounds kind of backwards.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2318941 - 02/09/04 08:11 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

You're remembering what you had already planned in your life before you incarnated here on this 'material earthly live'.

It's a roadsign, to let you know you're 'on the right track' and everything is going according to plan.

I've had several Deja Vus where, I would enter a 'moment'...and in an instant--realize I remember the entire picture I see before my eyes, from the coffee cup to the left and the picture on the wall on the far right, window with the sunshine peeking through and decorating the floor...and so on. EXACTLY the same as I had 'remembered' in a vision before, be it a daydream or whatnot.
"Future Flashbacks".
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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2319193 - 02/09/04 09:10 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I think cleaners theory should be taken with a grain of salt. I'm still waiting for the harvest.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: trendal]
    #2319233 - 02/09/04 09:21 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Trendal, I had a theory, which im not so sure about anymore, but here it goes:

Last night your dreamt about buying an ice cream. In your dream at that moment you were there and buying the ice cream. So it has been expierenced and can carry with it a memory of experience.

In you waking state you walk into a room and for whatever reason you have a flashback of the dream. You are experiencing buying the ice cream again. Yet you do not remember the ice cream. The flashback dosnt involve the memory of the events, just a memory that it has happened before.

If at that moment you walk into a room and say hello to your friend, you will assosiate those actions with the memory of an event happening before, which was the buying of the icecream.

Hope that makes sence


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: Sole_Worthy]
    #2319271 - 02/09/04 09:29 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Yes, though it is not exactly the way I have experienced things.

I'm talking about a very definite mental image of the dream itself.

For example:
Once back in High School I was asked by a couple girls why this multitrack recorder we were supposed to be using in tech class wasn't working. I figured it just wasn't hooked up properly, so I bent over the board to look at the back. Before I got a clear view of the back, I had a strong mental image of looking at the back of such a recorder along with the memory of a dream where I did so. In fact I remembered having the dream a week or so prior to this event.

I'm not saying I had a dream of the event, because in the dream the situation was much different than in the classroom (and the dream didn't take place in the classroom, either) but the simple image of the back of the board was stunningly identical to the dream image.

Follow?


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: trendal]
    #2319296 - 02/09/04 09:34 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

yes, the only similar expierence I can recall to that was a few months back when I had a job in a metal pressing factory. I was talking to this bloke and it suddenly dawned on me that I had dreamted it many years ago. Id say, roughly estimating 6-10 years prior. The only part I can remember of the dream, which was quite an odd one, was passing through this factory and that scene on the way to somewhere wierd and wonderful, oh u know how dreams are!


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: Sole_Worthy]
    #2319483 - 02/09/04 10:19 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Deja Vu is a strip club that I frequent more than I should... nothing more to me.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: trendal]
    #2319597 - 02/09/04 11:02 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Quote:

trendal said:
I think it may have something to do with dreams...but this is only a very early theory.

Reason being: sometimes when I get Deja Vu it is accompanied by a very strong mental image of the event/place in question which I instantly remember as being in a dream I've had previously. I can't say for certain that the dream place/event was exactly the same as the place/event that triggers the Deja Vu...but it is pretty close.




Ditto. I used to think this was deja vu. Then someone explained what deja vu is. Dreams coming true is not the same as deja vu.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2319762 - 02/09/04 11:59 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

"Deja vu, it happens when they change something." - The Matrix

I'm sure plenty of salvia users can vouch for that one  :wink:


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: trendal]
    #2319865 - 02/10/04 12:33 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Quote:

trendal said:
I think it may have something to do with dreams...but this is only a very early theory.

Reason being: sometimes when I get Deja Vu it is accompanied by a very strong mental image of the event/place in question which I instantly remember as being in a dream I've had previously. I can't say for certain that the dream place/event was exactly the same as the place/event that triggers the Deja Vu...but it is pretty close.




I experience deja vu very similarly, I think you hit it on the head.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
    #2320456 - 02/10/04 04:20 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

what bugs me is that I always call it out loud when I experience this around other people; I say "woah I'm experiencing deja vu.. I remember being in this place while hearing what you just told me... woah.. woah.. woah.." It feels like I remember telling the person that I have deja vu, and I sometimes tell them that too "woah I remember telling you that, too.. and this-woah."

gets me every fuckin time


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: Frog]
    #2320610 - 02/10/04 07:31 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

No I was trying to be specific and say that it is not "dreams comming true" that I am talking about.

Rather that the similarity exists between a dream and reality to the point of causing Deja Vu.


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: trendal]
    #2320854 - 02/10/04 11:32 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

something else that bugs me is that I always call it out loud when I experience this around other people; I say "woah I'm experiencing deja vu.. I remember being in this place while hearing what you just told me... woah.. woah.. woah.." It feels like I remember telling the person that I have deja vu, and I sometimes tell them that too "woah I remember telling you that, too.. and this-woah."


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Re: Whats your theory on Deja Vu? [Re: cleaner]
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