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A Feeling I Can't Put My Finger On


I don't know if this is the right place to be writing this but personally I have run out of options. For a long time now I have been getting these feelings that I have seen and been in a certain place. It's like having a memory of something but it hasn't happened yet. I do not know what triggers the episode, it just hits me like a brick wall in the face. For example the other weekend I was at a friend's house for a birth day, I have never been to this house before, and it just felt like I had been in the exact place? I don't know how to word this or anything sorry. But anyways I looked at everyone there and was certain it had happened already and I was just re-living it. Then to top it all off I thought to myself that my friend was going to come into the room and grab a glass of juice from the fridge (vague I know) but she came in got the glass and went to the couch. When these "things" start happening, I don't know it scares the hell outta me. It happens to me about 15-20 times a day, I already went to the hospital and they said it was just anxiety but when I would take the pills they gave me they would still happen. So at the moment I'm lost and just trying to figure out what the hell is happening to my mind. Like I said before its like having a memory of something that hasn't happened yet, and everything is to the T. Don't get me wrong I'm not claiming to be psychic, I just want to know if anyone else has ever had this happen to them and what to do with it. They always start with a feeling in my stomach that just boils up. Then everything just looks off tilt a little bit, like something is different but I can't put my finger on it. Then I can hear in my head what people are about to say, then they say it. But if anyone has any suggestions I would be more then happy to hear from you, good or bad... Doesn't matter anymore.

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onika1996 (1 stories) (1 posts)
8 years ago (2016-05-22)
I feel you bro. I've been feeling deja vu all my life. It's that nagging feeling in the back of your mind that tells you the situation has happened before.

I'm new and I don't know about psychic stuff but remember that you are not alone:)
Becky666 (124 posts)
12 years ago (2011-11-27)
If I were you I wouldn't trust anyone unless the have repetitively proven trustworthy... Then again that's just my paranoid opinion
jakeandleon (10 stories) (35 posts)
14 years ago (2010-02-24)
I think that you are a psychic or something, definitely.
Stuff like that happens to me all the time and I totally understand. Don't be scared.
It's almost normal. 😉
Rilan (1 stories) (103 posts)
14 years ago (2010-02-24)
Cloudy's right about trusting people in general and getting help, but don't trust psychiatrists! There are people around here who are so confused by their abilities that they are about to trust those tyrants who want to make everybody normal and control their lives. I feel obligated to warn them! There are horror stories about what the medical community does to psychics and people who see other realities. Imprisoning them, dulling their abilities with medicines, telling them everything they see and believe is wrong... Trust other psychics, but not /them/.
CloudyCloudyCloud (51 posts)
14 years ago (2010-02-23)
we're all psychic to some degree, I think. Whenever I was having deja vu I would notice that it coincided with stress. One thing I've noticed about my own experiences with ghosts, for example, is that it also happens when I'm not well. I don't know why but maybe my mind is trying to protect itself. Maybe it's just because I get worked up into a state of mind that it's in a higher frequency. Not really sure... But I know that I'm prone to anxiety, and that's one thing I'm trying to work on. Ten years ago, in high school, I had an episode of derealization. It felt like I was in a dream, or even kind of like a salvia trip where you think everything is plastic or fake. It was like seeing how matter is something like an illusion. That we come from much more, but we don't normally see it. Then I had deja vu like crazy and all the while, I was very stressed out; my mom put me through a lot of hell and I was always trying to escape or detach myself. If there's anything like that going on, I'd consider getting help from someone who can protect you and make sure you have a healthy environment. Talk about it with people and don't feel ashamed or scared of what's happening.

Cue the song, "i can't put my finger on it" by ween. Enjoy...
Tearen (1 stories) (8 posts)
14 years ago (2010-02-23)
I believe the feeling you are looking for is called deja vu. It's the accute sense that you've been in the exact situation before. For most people it's just the brain confusing the current stimuli for stimuli that have been experience before, so similar that it can't tell the difference on a physical level.

However, in some cases, the mind may have actually seen or experienced the current setting before in a vision, or even a subconscious premonition. These power can be scary, but instead of going over the counter, you may want to look inwards. Gaining control over the mind's impulses requires meditation, introspection and other mental exercises that help control the subconscious.

When these episodes occur, I recommend a glass of water and a few deep breaths. If it really becomes a problem in your life, maybe THEN you should consider outside help.
Rilan (1 stories) (103 posts)
14 years ago (2010-02-23)
Of course you're psychic, silly. 😉 I believe I'm psychic and I have only seen the future vaguely in dreams about 10 times, mainly, and had a lot of questionable experiences of various types, but nothing dramatic.

Please, don't go to anymore hospitals or take anymore pills. The medical community is notorious for being a bunch of nasty unbelievers who not only refuse to accept the otherworld, but twist it into a million pathologies. I write essays on the atrocities of mental health and when I grow up, I am going to go into politics and change the legislation so that mental health is no longer a legal distinction and nobody can be incarcerated for being different or seeing things others can't see.

You have super-precognitive ability. I only have mild precognitive ability, and only when I'm unconscious. Precognition is knowing or percieving the future. People who have it are called "precogs."

When you hear conversations in your head, that is more like true precognition, but when things seem like they have happened before, but you don't have a conscious memory of seeing them in a vision or in a dream before they happened, that can be different. The feeling you can't quite put your finger on is "Deja-Vu." Apparently, the english language couldn't put their finger on it either so they borrowed the word from the french. It is not uncommon. I feel Deja-Vu sometimes. There was a time in my life when I had it more than once per day.

Deja-vu may come from seeing the future in dreams and then forgetting, or maybe your brain is subliminally foreseeing things while you are conscious, and then you get Deja-vu when it happens and you don't consciously remember, but it seems familiar. There are other theories that have to do with alternate realities and time repeating itself and twisted space-time continuums.

There's nothing wrong with your mind, however, your third eye may be too open. Your third eye is a chakra (center of psychic energy) located a little bit above the space between your eyes. It controls clairvoyance and precognition. The stuff you foresee is not always useful and seems like it might be bothering you. If it is, you can find directions online or in a book on how to make your third eye less open or get help from a psychic professional. But if you like your abilities at the level they are, then that's great. Maybe now that you know you are not crazy and you are a gifted psychic, and the abilities are not harmful unless they make you feel bad, you won't mind them anymore.

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