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A Life Full Of Déjà Vu


To start off I am a 22 year old female, and even at this point I don't know specifically what my psychic experiences fall under. Its been a mix of things. The first most recurring thing has been déjà vu. There were many instances when I was a child and a song or cartoon came on and I had heard it before. But someone else would tell me that I couldn't have because it was new but I was insisting that I really had heard of it before. When I got older and even now, situations and conversations sometimes feel like I've already done that.

The second most common psychic experience I've had is dreaming what has yet to come. Every single night I dream vividly. Rarely have I had lucid dreams. And occasionally I get sleep paralysis. But the dreams that have allowed me to see what hasn't happened yet aren't as frequent as I sometimes would like them to be. I've dreamt of things like a kid I knew being in a class that I liked before school started. I also dreamed of that kids car which was weird. The worst thing that I dreamed then it happened was something involving my sibling. There was a time when I was on the fence about my precognitive dreaming. The thing that really made me believe freaked me out. Bad. When it happened I almost hyperventilated. It was such an insignificant thing though. I was playing a game online and when I got to the part I dreamed it scared me for some reason. It was just so clear I think. So exact to what I had seen in my dream. Nothing like that had happened before and since still hasn't. After it happened I wanted it to stop. Eventually though I accepted it and even looked forward to it. I've never done anything with the little knowledge I get because I believe what will happen will happen.

There have been other instances with my gut feeling. I believe everyone has that but mine sometimes feels like it goes deeper. I can meet someone for the first time that someone I know introduces to me and go 'yeah, that person's going to screw you over'. When I was a child no one listened to me so eventually I stopped trying to convince them. On the other hand I can never tell when someone is going to screw me over. Just one last thing I've experienced is hearing things. It is very very very rare and that's what makes me hope I don't have schizophrenia. I can be sitting at my desk or laying down then suddenly I hear someone say something. I'd ask if someone called me but they'd say no. Also I'm not sure if it means I'm psychic but I am very good at guessing and getting things right. However I can start over thinking and it throws me off so I start getting things wrong.

Sorry if this is confusing. I tried to get my thoughts in order, and tried my best to explain my experiences. I'm sure I've left things out but these things are at the forefront of my mind right now. I would really like to get some control on these things. Or even something like a conduit to channel into something that would make sense to me. I know the psychic twins have their notebooks. I've used tarot and while the cards have responded really well it's not exactly what I'm looking for. I'm not even sure what I'm looking for though.

I'm not sure if I believe in reincarnation or star seeds but I do find it interesting if anyone has info.

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PraveenNewman (3 stories) (34 posts)
7 years ago (2017-04-10)

I am a psychic I see and communicate with people from afterlife. I don't think you have schizophrenia. 😁. You are perfectly normal and healthy. Take care.
midisland (1 posts)
7 years ago (2017-02-11)
I read your story and was struck by the similarities between your experiences and my own. I was also troubled by Deja Vu until realizing they were merely forgotten precognitive dreams. The first undeniable precognitive dream I remembered immediately after the event transpired rattled me. I was more attentive after the first event and also wondered if these types of dreams would ever serve a purpose.

I wish to caution you on your fatalistic approach to the information contained in your precognitive dreams. Sometimes these types of dreams can mean the difference between life and death. I had one such instance when I was 23. To make a very long story short I'll give just the basics. I was in a hospital for minor surgery. I had a bump near my collarbone the doctors thought might be Hodgkins. A 2nd year surgical resident operated and cut too deep into my neck without knowing it. She closed the surgical wound and returned me to my room where I quickly developed a tension pneumothorax. This would have been fatal without treatment. In my dream it was. In my dream I saw myself above my body and understood I died because I'd stopped breathing in my sleep.

When I awoke from this dream the day before surgery I was frantic to understand it. I asked a medical student what it was called when someone stops breathing in their sleep. He told me it was called sleep apnea and was a common side effect of the anesthesia used for surgery. I got a chance to speak with the anesthesiologist that day and told her that I wanted a local anesthetic used for my operation instead of a general anesthetic as previously agreed upon. She agreed and a local was used for the surgery. After the operation I was back in my room and began to experience pain in my side that was quite severe. I got out of bed and walked to the nurse's station and told them. I was immediately sent down to x-ray where they saw the problem on a chest x-ray. I was taken back up to my room where doctors put a chest tube in my side. I remained on a machine called a plerua-vac for six days. During that six day period I went into respiratory distress twice and had a second chest tube put in.

This account is a very abbreviated version of the events. My point here is to tell you that you can never be sure of your interpretation of a precognitive dream. I could only use the thought I'd had as I'd looked down on my corpse. I figured if I died because I'd stopped breathing in my sleep the only thing I could do was to not go to sleep for the operation. I was awake during the operation. More importantly, I was awake afterwards. I was able to summon help when I needed it. Had I not taken the initiative I'd be busy decomposing right now.
kimmykay (2 posts)
8 years ago (2016-09-03)
I can relate to your story in a lot of ways. Overthinking is really hard and will mess up what we are trying to feel or read. Just let it come and try to relax until it disappears on its own. Energies you can feel everywhere. I get them in dreams or as simple as walking to the mail box. You yourself know where you hear and feel them the strongest. Somedays more than other and then there are times it is really strong and that is when I feel déjà vu.
TheresaGargano (4 stories) (16 posts)
8 years ago (2016-08-27)
My life also has been one big dejavu. Without going into great detail I hope you get some really helpful feedback. I'm still waiting, too. Your story is very enlightening.

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