How to get Deja vu?
Question: What is deja vu? Is it paranormal? Have you experienced it? Can we cause it to happen, and if so, would there be any benefits?
Answer: Deja vu is the feeling that you have witnessed or experienced a new situation previously. In other words, your ânowâ feels like it has already happened. I like to think of deja vu as remembering the future. Deja vu is a memory of something that hasnât happened yet. Or a memory of something that is happening right now.
When you experience deja vu, it feels like you know whatâs going to happen a second or a few seconds from now. It usually lasts 5-10 seconds. While you are having the experience, it feels like you have either had the exact same experience before, or you know exactly what is about to happen.
Iâve had deja vu experiences hundreds of times in my life. While itâs happening, I know exactly how the next 5-10 seconds of my life is going to go, from the actions and speech of the person in front of me, to the realization that Iâm having a deja vu experience itself!
My current theory on deja vu is this. Time doesnât really exist. So if we can remember the past, why canât we just as easily remember the future? Put another wayâŚ If I can access experiences on one end of the time stream, why canât I access them on the other? When deja vu happens, I feel like the future and present are intersecting. Your future awareness is stacked on top of your present awareness, creating a strong feeling of knowing whatâs going to happen right before it happens.
Donât confuse deja vu with feeling like you have done something before when you really have done that thing before. Then youâre just experiencing something you have already experienced in your past. True deja vu is the uncanny feeling that you have experienced something that you know you have not yet experienced. For example, if I fly to a city Iâve never visited before and have a deja vu experience, then I canât possibly be remembering a real past event.
Is there anything paranormal about deja vu? I would say no. Itâs more of an awareness experience. Itâs something that I think probably happens to most people at least once in their life. Itâs just an intersection of what we think of as the past, present, and future all converging for a few moments. It may technically fall under the heading of precognition, but really, how useful is it to know whatâs going to happen as itâs happening? Itâs not like you can act on that information quickly enough to benefit you.
Can we cause deja vu to happen? Iâve never been able to but I havenât really tried. I donât see a real benefit to knowing something is going to happen as it is happening. Now, if I could develop the ability to see a scene from my future and have a day or two warning, that might be useful. đ
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