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Constant Deja Vu, Why Is This Happening?


Ever since I was little I would get these sensations as if I have been in a certain situation before. It would only happen rarely but since the beginning of this year I've been getting these feelings more often in what seems like random moments but I'm not entirely sure. For example, the new lost in space show on netflix, when I watched the first episode I felt like I've watched it before, my parents said it was impossible since it had just come out recently and that maybe I saw a trailer. That isn't the only time this has happened, whenever I go somewhere that I've never been to before or seen before I get this strange feeling that I have. It also happens when I'm doing every day activities like going to class or having lunch with my family and I hear someone say something and I feel like I've heard that sentence before.

I can't control when this happens or how and it is getting a bit scary. I can't tell my parents or my friends because they wouldn't understand, the only people who understand are people that have had similar experiences, and they say that maybe I'm remembering things from past lives or from when I didn't have a body yet and I'm remembering a script meant for me, others have told me that maybe I'm clairvoyant. I have considered both possibilities of remembering past lives and being clairvoyant but I'm not quite sure yet since I don't have all the facts and there are still things I don't understand about this "ability" or whatever you want to call it. If you have any opinions or insights on this I would appreciate it if you let me know in the comments section.

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Trinitywasmyhero (1 stories) (9 posts)
6 years ago (2018-07-02)
I have deja vu a lot. Most recently I was at the dentist and I remember thinking she's not washed her equipment something bad is going to happen. (I am not afraid of dentists and this was the first time I felt bad being there.) A week after my appointment I developed a bad infection which made my whole face swell up. It went down but left a cyst that flares up every now and then and still effects me a year later. My deja vu lends to occur when something significant is about to happen, meeting someone important etc. So my advise is to tune into it and if you develop your perception you may be able to avoid bad things happening or take advantage of good things. I'm in my thirties and mine has become stronger as I've got older.
Macaulay (1 posts)
6 years ago (2018-05-25)
I also experience such... And mine comes in a way that I can predict what's going to happen at that moment... Its strange but true. And I also have this ability to have dogs submit to me, mere looking at their eyes... I also possess these cannine sharp teeth... I also have the ability to appear in peoples dream... Buh I won't know I did, buh people who i'ver tried it with said it worked... I have a lot of abilities that i'm yet to share
angelus109 (2 stories) (3 posts)
6 years ago (2018-05-18)
I actually can remember my dreams most of the time, it has been happening since I was little
WolfBeast (4 stories) (35 posts)
6 years ago (2018-05-17)
I have had this issue since I was about 8 or 9ish years old. For me it is VERY random. Tonight I could dream about a 30 second moment that will happen later the same day, or tomorrow I'll deal with a 20min event I dreamt when I was 13 years old (I'm 40 years old now). Never can tell. It's very hard to control and would take up most of your time trying and attemping to research. It's also hard to research because most of the scientific community believes that deja vu is your brain creating a false memory. This doesn't make sense to me, but a lot of todays scientists will not believe something that they can not control, produce or invoke in a lab. If they can not see it, it didn't happen and your crazy or have a brain disorder. Those of us that have experienced this first hand, over and over during our life time know it all to well to be a real event that some how allows us to see a small glimpse into the future during our REM sleep cycle. I think that your issue is that perhaps your not able to recall your dreams, not everyone can. Some people forget their dreams only moments after getting out of bed.
Binx (2 posts)
6 years ago (2018-05-17)
I've had and still am having the same experience your having. I am still trying to figure it all out. The whole 'trying to explain it' to people just gets to be too much. My question is, how long has this been going on for you?

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