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-----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------

 
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-----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Dejavu is a universal human experience.

When we experience dejavu, it is your right brain remembering for you. What is it remembering?

A dream.

One that you forgot.

When the event unfolds in your waking reality, and you find yourself immersed in the event as it happens, your right brain is remembering the dream in emotional fashion, since it does not verbalize. In the meantime, your left brain is thinking--"This is dejavu. I've done this before in this exact same place."

Because you have, in the dream which you forgot.

When you are able to remember yours dreams each and every night, you will no longer have deja vu. You will have something much more insightful, which is a constant dialogue where your subconscious mind via the right brain is able to cooperate with your left brain and the conscious mind via thought.

In essence, this play of the two is a exchange between polarity, whereas the right brain is (-) and the left brain is (+). Communication between the two hemispheres creates a dipole current of sorts. Figuring out the meaning in your dreams is critical to this exchange. It is critical to knowing all of your self.

I always think that people are their own personal rubixcube-like puzzles. And how could we ever figure this place out without putting ourselves in the right context to it? (pun intended)



hf
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Well said and above all else...very true.

This brings about the question as to pre-ordained futures..devoid of free-will, or is free-will just a figment of imagination?
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Its a feeling.
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deja ve means you must show us your cooter
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I agree with a lot of what you are saying OP, but I remember my dreams in very vivid detail every night and I still get de-ja-vu. I do believe it is the concious realisation of the similarity of an event with a sub-concious thought or dream you may have had, but I just wanted to add that I still get it sometimes.
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I agree with a lot of what you are saying OP, but I remember my dreams in very vivid detail every night and I still get de-ja-vu. I do believe it is the concious realisation of the similarity of an event with a sub-concious thought or dream you may have had, but I just wanted to add that I still get it sometimes.
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Even though you do this now, it can be any dream from anytime in your life, ie. childhood.

Has is lessened since you began to recall each night?
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Well said and above all else...very true.

This brings about the question as to pre-ordained futures..devoid of free-will, or is free-will just a figment of imagination?
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Free will means you have the ability to make a choice, destiny means you will make that choice. The choice is always there to make, but like crossing at a red light you would make the choice not to (99% of the time).

I think if you can see parts of the future (dejavu, dreams etc) that must in itself alter the outcome, as you have gained access to something that hasn't happened yet, therefore introducing a whole new variable to the free will equation.
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Even though you do this now, it can be any dream from anytime in your life, ie. childhood.
Has is lessened since you began to recall each night?
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I can't remember a time when I didn't recall nearly every night so I honestly couldn't tell you. But yes, I think it could be a reflection from any time in life.
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Well said and above all else...very true.

This brings about the question as to pre-ordained futures..devoid of free-will, or is free-will just a figment of imagination?
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Nothing is pre-ordained at all.

Nothing is ever absolute.

But we are only remembering details of ourselves, which in dreaming the subconscious mind is trying to tell you how its interacting with the environment. How you are taking in, and giving off energy in your environment. That energy is the current created by exchange between the hemispheres of the brain, via emotion and thought. Dreams are like a translation of how you interact with your environment.
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
time traveling neuronal processes perhaps?
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I think it's like some people (smarter than me!) say, about time being non-linear. Perhaps de-ja-vu is a crossing point where two ends meet or touch, like folding a piece of paper.
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Deja vu is like a breadcrumb that marks a familiar milestone along the way.

peace
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One awakens inside the other
To rediscover itself once again
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
maybe its an interaction of parallel universes/dimensions/frequencies?

How's that sound?
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
It is the beginning of a touch out of reality and into circular unity. One which is the exact same as the one before. That is deja vu
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
What is Deja vu?

I'm not sure but I think I've been asked that before.
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I heard its a sign of brain damage
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Rising up to meanus haha lol guitar songs on the radio
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Something being changed in the Matrix.

chuckle
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Wow... i feel like i've read this thread before..:)
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bump
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Yeah, it's a glitch in the matrix.

Ha!
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Dejavu is a universal human experience.

When we experience dejavu, it is your right brain remembering for you. What is it remembering?

A dream.

One that you forgot.

When the event unfolds in your waking reality, and you find yourself immersed in the event as it happens, your right brain is remembering the dream in emotional fashion, since it does not verbalize. In the meantime, your left brain is thinking--"This is dejavu. I've done this before in this exact same place."

Because you have, in the dream which you forgot.

When you are able to remember yours dreams each and every night, you will no longer have deja vu. You will have something much more insightful, which is a constant dialogue where your subconscious mind via the right brain is able to cooperate with your left brain and the conscious mind via thought.

In essence, this play of the two is a exchange between polarity, whereas the right brain is (-) and the left brain is (+). Communication between the two hemispheres creates a dipole current of sorts. Figuring out the meaning in your dreams is critical to this exchange. It is critical to knowing all of your self.

I always think that people are their own personal rubixcube-like puzzles. And how could we ever figure this place out without putting ourselves in the right context to it? (pun intended)


its all over...again
hf
 Quoting: SecondPrecession
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Dejavu is a universal human experience.

When we experience dejavu, it is your right brain remembering for you. What is it remembering?

A dream.

One that you forgot.

When the event unfolds in your waking reality, and you find yourself immersed in the event as it happens, your right brain is remembering the dream in emotional fashion, since it does not verbalize. In the meantime, your left brain is thinking--"This is dejavu. I've done this before in this exact same place."

Because you have, in the dream which you forgot.

When you are able to remember yours dreams each and every night, you will no longer have deja vu. You will have something much more insightful, which is a constant dialogue where your subconscious mind via the right brain is able to cooperate with your left brain and the conscious mind via thought.

In essence, this play of the two is a exchange between polarity, whereas the right brain is (-) and the left brain is (+). Communication between the two hemispheres creates a dipole current of sorts. Figuring out the meaning in your dreams is critical to this exchange. It is critical to knowing all of your self.

I always think that people are their own personal rubixcube-like puzzles. And how could we ever figure this place out without putting ourselves in the right context to it? (pun intended)


its all over...again
hf
 Quoting: SecondPrecession

 Quoting: lefty60


Are you left-handed?
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
For a more logical answer.

De-ja-vu is is this.

We have already mabie entered the event horizon of a black hole.
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Yeah, it's a glitch in the matrix.

Ha!
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Ever wondered why they made 3 amzing films and then quit?
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Time is a man made construct. It is a prison we have created for ourselves. Consciously, the average human uses @ 15% of their brain potential. We yawn because of an abundance of carbon in our system and yawning is a way to increase our oxygen intake. The average human at rest, purges their system of excess carbon, and gets an increase of oxygen flow though their system. The subconscious does not adhere to the man made prison, or the rules of this plane of existence. We are constantly traveling at roughly 1/2 the speed of light, and being bombarded with tachyon particles from the world around us.

So what is deja vu. It is a fired synapse in the brain that recalls a stored piece of data collected by the brain during a event prior to your current prison sentence.
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Time is a man made construct. It is a prison we have created for ourselves. Consciously, the average human uses @ 15% of their brain potential. We yawn because of an abundance of carbon in our system and yawning is a way to increase our oxygen intake. The average human at rest, purges their system of excess carbon, and gets an increase of oxygen flow though their system. The subconscious does not adhere to the man made prison, or the rules of this plane of existence. We are constantly traveling at roughly 1/2 the speed of light, and being bombarded with tachyon particles from the world around us.

So what is deja vu. It is a fired synapse in the brain that recalls a stored piece of data collected by the brain during a event prior to your current prison sentence.
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Interesting, and well put.
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so yesterday we were doing something we never done before, and one said "just had a Deja vu".. said that's weird was talking about one of those the other day.. seems to all the vogue now..;)
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Re: -----------------------------------------What is Deja vu?--------------------------------------
Dejavu is a universal human experience.

When we experience dejavu, it is your right brain remembering for you. What is it remembering?

A dream.

One that you forgot.

When the event unfolds in your waking reality, and you find yourself immersed in the event as it happens, your right brain is remembering the dream in emotional fashion, since it does not verbalize. In the meantime, your left brain is thinking--"This is dejavu. I've done this before in this exact same place."

Because you have, in the dream which you forgot.

When you are able to remember yours dreams each and every night, you will no longer have deja vu. You will have something much more insightful, which is a constant dialogue where your subconscious mind via the right brain is able to cooperate with your left brain and the conscious mind via thought.

In essence, this play of the two is a exchange between polarity, whereas the right brain is (-) and the left brain is (+). Communication between the two hemispheres creates a dipole current of sorts. Figuring out the meaning in your dreams is critical to this exchange. It is critical to knowing all of your self.

I always think that people are their own personal rubixcube-like puzzles. And how could we ever figure this place out without putting ourselves in the right context to it? (pun intended)


its all over...again
hf
 Quoting: SecondPrecession

 Quoting: lefty60


Are you left-handed?
 Quoting: SecondPrecession


Raises left hand. You?

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