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What does it mean when someone has deja vu frequently?
There's no one explanation for frequent episodes of deja vu. Could be a recurrence of dreams not remembered consciously. Could be an event of dreams of the future. Could be recurrences of events when we were too young to remember them consciously. Or, it could be recurrences of happenings in an earlier lifetime which are impossible to remember, except perhaps through expert hypnotism with regression.
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On dreams that comes true; We often count only those dreams that comes true (few), and forget about the dreams that don't come true (many). One way to experiment is to rec…ord all dreams after they occur and count the hits and the misses. new answer Yes it can mean that your dreams are seeing the future because in subconscious mind where dreams come from there is not the limitation of time or space like it is in the physical existence. Be cautious about predicting the future ,however, since we can change things through our conscious choices. It is best to learn to interpret you own dreams through using the universal language of mind , which was discovered and is being taught by those at The School of Metaphysics. NEW ANSWER: Alright...here's the thing.... dreams and deja vu are TOTALLY connected. I experience it FIRSTHAND, so if anyone tries to tell me otherwise I know better. NEW ANSWER: deja vu is a dream, lets say for example: that you had a dream but you don't remember that dream and weirdly speaking you did something and you thought oh i did this before deja vu well you have done it you drempt it before and it felt so real that only you felt it that turns it into reality but only some dreams come to life its like dreaming your destiny and controlling your destiny, but something that happend in a deja vu state can not be changed at any cost. I have that all the time! I have super weird dream, then the next day, it comes true. It's freaky. I get this terrible feeling in my head and I feel dizzy and sort of feel sick. A girl in my class used to get Daja vu all the time and she'd throw up, but mine is less severe. I just have a weird feeling and I usually get an "aftershock" where I get a massive headache after the feeling goes away. I had deja vu 3 times in like 5 hours. That's like a record for me! Lol. So, in this case, the answer is yes. Having daja vu can mean dreams predicting the future. Super creepy right?
Deja vu is when you have visited a place for the first time in your life and suddenly you get the strangest sensation that you've been there before, you've seen and been i…n the same room, house, park, etc. You could be having a conversation with someone and suddenly a strong sensation can come over you that you have had this same conversation and been in this same room with the same person, somehow you have seen all this before, but you know that you have not. Maybe you have been to a social event and sat quietly looking around when you suddenly realise that somehow you have seen the same people in the same room before [they could be strangers or friends]. Some people feel lightheaded or dizzy when they've experienced this and it only lasts for a few seconds or minutes, but the impression that you've been there before is very strong. There is also the thought that it is a misfiring in the brain that makes you mislabel some thing as having happened before. Cues from the current situation may subconsciously trigger retrieval of an earlier experience. Scientists say that deja vu is actually not real. They say it happens when one eye lid closes a split second slower than the other one so you are getting the image twice therefore you feel like you actually have experienced it already.
Studies have shown that déjà vu is primarily visually oriented. Basically, you see something and suddenly get that déjà vu feeling. The visually triggered Déjà vu is by …far the most common occurrence No one knows for sure, but some people think that something occured to you in the past that was somewhat similar to what recently happened, or something reminded you of something that happened in the past. There's also the possibility that you've traveled back in time and have very faint memory of what happened, and there's the part that it's merely a feeling. It is a cognizance of experiencing a memory as it happens in the present momment, a memory that seems to mirror in close relation, something that is happening in the present. "deja vu" is the feeling of having seen something before and it happens because your mind has seen something else that is so similar that it has a hard time telling the difference between what you are seeing now and what you saw before. Some studies suggest déjà vu is caused when one eye records what it sees and then straight after the other eye sees it but at a different time. Several theories imply that déjà vu is caused by the brain itself. One is that déjà vu is triggered by a neurochemical action in the brain that is not connected to any actual experience in the past. It makes sense that that feeling may be caused by a brain state that has nothing to do with memory, because at the same time of feeling familiarity, we know that the event could not have happened before. > In 1895 Frederic W. H. Myers, an English psychiatric researcher, suggested that one hemisphere of the brain received information a split second earlier than the other half. Myers theorized that the subconscious mind registered information sooner than the conscious mind, causing the sensation of déjà vu. > Another explanation is based on the fact that there are portions of the brain that are specialized for the past, the present, and the future. If observation from the present is mixed up with or confused with parts of the brain that process memories from the past, those perceptions will feel like they are memories, and the person will feel that they are re-living a moment stored in long-term memory: déjà vu.
It's French, and it means the feeling of having done something before or lived through something before, that you are presently doing or living through.
i think so. according to scientists we use 10% of the potential of our brain. not 10% of its total mass. we have a lot of untapped resources that when wired right or giv…en the right stimulus can be a very powerful thing. so i believe everyone has a little something to grow into. some people may be more "in tune" that others but dont go trying to predict the future for a living...my 2 cents
Deja vu - a French expression meaning 'already seen' - the sense you sometimes have that you have been somewhere before, even though you haven't been there.
It's when you get the feeling that you have been in a place or a situation before, but you know that you haven't been there in your present life.
The feeling something has happed before
We get déjà vu frequently because we see pictures of future experiences when we dream. these are usually the dreams we do not remember consciously when we wake up but is sto…red in our subconscious memory. When we do have the experience in reality, to your brain the image is familiar, you have seen it all before in a dream!
De Ja Vu is a French phrase which means "Already seen." And In English it is used to expression.
you see things before they happen
Either you are forgetful, or you had a srong past life.
It means you have already seen it. Deja means already and vu is to see in the past tense. More information: It is not necessary to do anything when one has deja vu, other th…an to observe and enjoy the odd sensations that accompany the experience.
deja vu is basically a feeling that you have been in a situationsame before as it is now. As you are having this kind of dream soit is kind of a deja vu in itself. Nothing spe…cific about it , itsabsolutely random.
Deja Vu is a French language term the translation in english is going to mean Already seen. It means having an experience that seems as though you had done it before.
Someone Else's Deja Vu was created on 2008-08-07.