posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 07:01 PM
reply to post by Romantic_Rebel
In a nutshell your experience is not common (at least not consciously remembered) but fully explainable. The brain records literally everything you
think, feel, touch, see, imagine and it can all be brought back either using hypnosis or in just random moments of clarity. For example the flashback
in a near death experience. Read up on the role of the subconscious and how its a recording machine, the brain functions basically as a forgetting
machine and when you're in a relaxed state the division between consciousnesses is lessened and its easier to remember.
Watching and reading about age regression therapy might fully explain your question. Cause that's what it is, you're experiencing a regression of a
recent event, let me guess, its 10 times more powerful than just regular imagination is it not?
But don't take what I say as truth, seek out more but this should give you an avenue to explore,
PS Milton Erickson would hypnotize people for exams, they would get a letter in the post from their college telling them they passed with flying
colours but then would ask Milton how did they pass when they did not take the exam. They were in a type of a trance and consciously could not
remember taking the exam. Crazy stuff.
Edit to add deja vu is again just subconscious info leaking out into the consciousness and is natures way of for want of a better analogy, natures way
of giving us the gift (or software) of planning what will happen in the future. our brains imagine something, hide it from the conscious because we
don't need to know it and when the right circumstances happen a trigger is made and the conscious receives a message, trouble is the system is
designed by evolution so its not the best system - ie compare natural childbirth to a C-section, the C-section is a much better system but nature
went too far down one path and can't turn it around. Same with the brain, hope it really helps you
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