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Deja vu; what is it?
    #3585618 - 01/05/05 08:37 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

d??j? vu

n.
1. Psychology. The illusion of having already experienced something actually being experienced for the first time.
2.
a. An impression of having seen or experienced something before: Old-timers watched the stock-market crash with a distinct sense of d?j? vu.
b. Dull familiarity; monotony: the d?j? vu of the tabloid headlines.


[French : d?j?, already + vu, seen.]



Deja vu, what is it?

D?j? vu, is what happen when you imagined timeline, separate into parts, sections, groups, or branches.

Our imagined time line is between us, it needs to be in harmony to keep up the illusion of linear time.

Your imagined time line is between you, and for you to be in harmony keeping up the illusion of linear time. You need to keep the harmony whit the line of us.

In a crossing, as in a blink of an eye, one gets to talk to one self, outside of embedment.
There in the blink of an eye, you could spend eternity, finding your intended path.

You the again, in the blink of an eye, return to where you left of this, our imagined linear time.

The thing is this, as one return, one newer left. one do not keep in mind what happen on that crossing, one only do the blink of ones eye.

D?j? vu is this; you keep in mind, not only the attention of the blink of your eye,
However, also allows on the timeless you, that you were in-between the eye going shut, and the opening of the eye.
That in-between moment of whatever it was. When kept in mind.
It is still a member of you total being, and as you move on from the blink of an eye, to the next blink of an eye, you do re-member what was seen in-between the first eye blink.

Only for a brief and/or maybe for a long time, you then feel you have been there before, experiencing the exact same thing as you have before, when in fact you are always there (outside of linear time memes)


Keeping in mind what you chose, over the other, possible timelines you went of on, then one you chosen, to keep in harmony whit our imagined linear timeline, then is in fact know and experienced, even after the blink of an eye, but is soon creased away, to make the imaginary liner timeline stay.

It minded in good time, to let it now again be the way.
The way is not the only one; it is the way it is.

My thinking of feeling us, thinking as you, makes me feel connect to my thought, and thinking, rather made through my feelings.

Do ask, as you trigger; do so much more, than what I myself from me could trigger, do.


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: Gomp]
    #3585674 - 01/05/05 08:55 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

and what about the frame stacking.
we all experience that
frame stacking explains deja vu without timelines or alternate universes.
frame stacking increases during sleep and during psychedellic excursions.
deja vu occurs as you emerge from deep within a mental time frame stack that could be from a few seconds to a minute thick. during this emergence you catch up to what you dreamed you saw, while you were still relating to more aged mind moments.
it can be exhilliarating - overwhelming - hair raising.


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: redgreenvines]
    #3585751 - 01/05/05 09:13 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

  deja-moo: the feeling you get when you know you've heard this bullshit before :cool:


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: uriahchase]
    #3585785 - 01/05/05 09:25 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

same thing :wink:  :thumbup: :heart:


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: Gomp]
    #3585915 - 01/05/05 09:59 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I recently wrote a brief article explaining the experience of deja vu.
If you're interested, it can be found here.


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: yewhew]
    #3586292 - 01/05/05 11:08 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

nice  :thumbup:

D?j? vu, as a D?j? vu, seem like an common misconception? :wink:

funny thought though?

one experience of having already experienced something actually being experienced for the first time, couldn't that lead to a continual loop, of feeling you are, thinking you just, think what you just think-ed? :P hi hi


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: Gomp]
    #3586936 - 01/06/05 01:18 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

God damn I get this bad whenever I shroom, usually on the come up. You cant really explain what the feeling 'is'. Just you know deja vu when it hits you. Wierd stuff.


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: Gomp]
    #3587732 - 01/06/05 06:13 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Quote:

Gomp said:
nice  :thumbup:

D?j? vu, as a D?j? vu, seem like an common misconception? :wink:

funny thought though?

one experience of having already experienced something actually being experienced for the first time, couldn't that lead to a continual loop, of feeling you are, thinking you just, think what you just think-ed? :P hi hi




yeah.......but i thought...


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: uriahchase]
    #3589141 - 01/06/05 03:52 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I love that feeling.  It's like everything slows down about 101% and I am the only conciousness for 2 or three seconds that could feel like 10 minutes.  When it's over, I feel blessed and aware.  I feel confident that I am on the right path and everything is going just the way that it should be.

Almost like the universe is letting me know that everything is fine.  :heart:


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: CherryBom]
    #3589446 - 01/06/05 05:36 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

`It`s a glitch in the matrix`.
Maybe they?re right about this one in the movie.
It really feels like you can see through the play for a millisecond...as if somebody rewrote the script and shifted the properties on the stage.


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Re: Deja vu; what is it? [Re: trinity7]
    #3589469 - 01/06/05 05:41 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

again explaining it like i did :P just pointing it out for those who did not see the similarities :P

thank you for contributing ;D


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