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Auditory Deja Vu

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posted on Jan, 2 2005 @ 04:14 AM
Okay, well I was reading about deja vu a couple days ago and it said that deja vu is not known to affect any senses but vision. A few minutes ago I was lying in bed listening to a sound, and I had deja vu because the sound is something I have heard before. Anyway, hearing the sound triggered my deja it was auditory, not visual. Its' peculiar that if they say deja vu is only visual, how could I have audio deja vu?

posted on Jan, 2 2005 @ 02:51 PM
deja vu is an odd one - see if you can make head or tail of this..

2 years ago i moved to ibiza for the summer , after an nice all nighter at Es Paradise i decided to hit the beach with some friends to relax

i went out for a swim and come back exhausted and fell asleep for a good few hours with no sun lotion on.

when i awoke i was in a really strange shock/dreamstate , burnt to a crisp and in pain- i went to a hotel facing the beach alone and sat in the lobby/bar getting a drink and examining my burns - at this time i was in total dejavu

i knew what was happening next - everything i seen for the next 10 mins or so had already happened to me , people entering , people ordering drinks and food, their conversations and where they sat etc.
now the real kicker in this story is that while i was there , a male recognised me , he knew me , he felt deja vu too. so much so that he walked over to me and said hello like he was an old friend. we talked about this and we both had this feeling really strong.

it was one of the most strange experiences of my life.

i put it down to being delusional with sunstroke / shock - still odd all the same

posted on Jan, 3 2005 @ 10:30 AM
As I wrote somewhere here, "some believe" that Deja Vu is a glimp of our normal state of mind, when we see the future, as good as we remamber the past.

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It is when you walk down the streen and suddenly, for a split second, fall into a very interesting, sleepy, state of mind - you know that it has already happened. You "remamber" that once you go around the corner, you would see that and that. You go around the corner and see it.

If we look at it with a more open mind... let's try remambering what this Deja Vu feels, or better how time feels during Deja Vu.

While in the state of Deja Vu, time feels like there are no "past", "now" or "future", but only one long... time.

If we try remambering ourselves at the age of 2 or 3, I believe we felt time different then we do now. It felt more like it does in the state of Deja Vu, rather then normal "past", "now" and "future", didn't it?

Now the most interesting part-
Some people believe that there is such thing as "intuitive thinking", it is when you "remamber" what will happen within an hour, as good as what has happened an hour ago.

That everybody is born with that kind of thinking, only when not used, it perishes at the age of 3 - 4. The part of brain responsible for it falls asleep.

Yet from time to time it awakens and asks if anybody needs it - this is what we call Deja Vu.

"These are pieces of your Divine possibilities. This is your fading memory of paradise, from which you dropped into this life. It is when you, in a life-long agony, for split seconds come to the senses and see the world in reality.

Understood the hint? Had just hinted you where is and how to get your pity billion, if you consider, that all happiness lies in money.

Now, not by accident, has spilled the beans about the main thing - about where to find answers to all your " why? ", " what to do when...? ", " how to be at... ", " how to act at... ". Continue yourself. "

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A very amature suggestion from me.

Seat down, relax and remaber that state. Try to feel it now. Try forcing your body into it. Now note any feeling in your body. Either it can be micro movements, or a feeling that something is being pulled and pressed...

Might give some interesting results.

Others, try doing the same with the state of joy, happiness and pleasure.

Good Luck!

posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 02:55 AM
Why not to bump this topic...

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