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Seeing Some Weird Stuff

 

This is going to be a bit disorganized because i'm a bit scatterbrained, but I will do my best to explain.

So,i have absolutely no idea when this started happening, but it happens, and very spontaneously at that. Basically, what i'm seeing is what I can best describe as branches of me, whenever I do anything, no matter how mundane, I can see very unfocused copies of myself for a few moments, they usually last long enough for me to see where they are going.

For example, I saw one just now, I was on my way to the bathroom with my phone in hand, was lucky enough to see one go into the bathroom and then trip and hurt themself. I usually take any misfortune I see in these weird visions as a warning, and I realized I was dragging my feet a bit and probably would have tripped on a part in the carpet that was ripped if I didn't pick my feet up more.

Also, I know this may sound weird but sometimes I feel a weird kind of Deja Vu, like I see the entirety of the rest of the conversation all in under a millisecond so I get hazy snippets.

But hey, if this means anything having to do with anything just let me know I guess, i'm kind of curious I kind of think its just weak intuition, but I wouldn't be surprised if its some weird psychic something or other, i'm kind of skeptical when it comes to psychic stuff as some of what I read is kind of bogus, but seeing what I do see has me very, very curious as to what exactly is happening with my eyes/min/brain here, nobody else in my family sees anything similar so I don't really know, now i'm going to go to bed because at the time of writing this it is approaching 10 pm

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Goddess2016 (2 posts)
 
3 months ago (2019-06-24)
I have only seen myself once. It was not too long after a loved one passed and I was feeling really saddened. I had company downstairs but had left my company to walk upstairs. When I reached my bedroom I saw myself (in spirit form) floating around my room. When she saw me she floated towards me and joined me as one. I took it as my Soul was hurting and didn't want no parts of what was going on downstairs
AniokNitya (48 posts)
 
3 months ago (2019-06-01)
I believe you may be experiencing a form of precognition. To me deja vu is a for of esp. I believe just as we are able to remember things from the past we could have "future memories". As beings of energy. SOULS we exist in a state untouched by time that rules this universe. Here we go young to old everything is ruled by time here while our souls perceives everything all at once. I believe that sometimes our connection with our true self can allow experiences such as deja vu and precognition through dreams or even while we are awake. Have you seen other peoples timelines as well? Have you ever tried pausing or reversing theses visions? I am interested in hearing from you about this.
Junglecat (9 posts)
 
4 months ago (2019-05-22)
This could be a momentary time slip to a possible future but I had always thought of time slips to be to the past. Probably other people on here know more about that than myself.

Alternatively, you might be looking at your own doppelgänger. From Merriam Webster:
According to age-old German folklore, all living creatures have a spirit double who is invisible but identical to the living individual. These second selves are perceived as being distinct from ghosts (which appear only after death), and sometimes they are described as the spiritual opposite or negative of their human counterparts. In 1796, German writer Johann Paul Richter, who wrote under the pseudonym Jean Paul, coined the word Doppelgänger (from doppel-, meaning "double," and -gänger, meaning "goer") to refer to such specters.

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