Ever since I can remember (pun?) I have had Deja Vu. I can count on at least one really intense episode every week, and usually it is more than once a
week. I have heard many, many different theories as to what Deja Vu is, but with all the Deja Vu I get, I don't think there is one explanation that
can explain every instance. I have heard that it can be caused by your eyes moving at different speeds, resulting in an image being received twice by
your brain, causing you to feel like you've seen it twice. I've heard about temporal lobe epilepsy, reincarnation and dreamscapes causing such
Lately, I have had almost near constant Deja Vu, which has caused me to think about it and analyze my life closer than ever before. So, what is going
on? Is there something wrong with me? I've been relaxing, eating well, exercising, and doing everything I can to make sure I am healthy, save my
nicotine addiction. And yet, the Deja Vu does not cease.
I have even decided to start reading again, and within the pages of these books by others I have never read who write books I have never researched,
still I get Deja Vu. In my mind I know I have never seen, read or heard these things before, yet the feeling that I have done this before remains.
After the thought of a brain tumor, the thought that really worries me is that we as humans, or at least myself, pretty much do the same things over
and over again, Nay, not the same things, but the same manner in which we did things before, causing the mind to flashback to similar circumstances.
It is like every year we just repeat the things we did last year, or the manners in which we did something.
Does ANYONE have any ideas or help? I am in the most uncharted territory I have been in my life, and yet, I feel more than ever that I have done this
before. Even when I get bored, I feel like I have been that bored before. Am I getting older? Cynical? Set in my ways? GAH. It so awe inspiring and
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