"There is substantial evidence that during sleep, your brain is processing information without your awareness and this ability may contribute to
memory in a waking state."
Part 3: The idea
Could it be possible that because your brain is not only processing information while you are sleeping, but is also able to weigh the outcomes of your
actions during the day and give you forewarning to an event that is going to occur in the future based off of the information it has processed up to
Most of the time, premonitions have déjà vu attached to them. This usually happens just prior to the event you had a premonition about. Could that
be a “marker” that the brain inputs into your daily activity in order to ensure you slow down and take notice? Especially if said event will be
pre•mo•ni•tion (pr m -n sh n, pr m -)
1. A presentiment of the future; a foreboding.
2. A warning in advance; a forewarning.
deja vu - the experience of thinking that a new situation had occurred before
reminder - an experience that causes you to remember something
For example: yesterday you worked all day on your final thesis for school, you searched the web in between doing the assignment and stayed up very
late in order to get it done. What you didn’t grasp consciously is that you plagiarized someone else’s work accidentally by using some of the
information you looked up on the web in your thesis. Not intentionally, but, you were tired and your brain used that information in order to finish
the assignment, so, you don’t even know. You fall asleep and you brain processes that day’s events.
The next day, you initiate a conversation with your professor and you get déjà vu. This allows you to take notice of events that are taking place
right after the déjà vu occurs. The professor mentions to you how he wants everyone’s work to be original and anyone that is caught turning in
plagiarized work is going to fail the class. You go home, double check your paper and sure enough, you find the part you stole from someone else and
While you were sleeping the night before, your brain took all the information it received from that day, processed, sorted, and filed it, weighed the
odds, and came to the conclusion that you had not been original in your paper, you would probably get a failing grade if you turned it in that way,
and because your ultimate goal is to pass the class, your brain decided to make sure you felt the need to talk to your professor, make sure that your
conversation went a certain path in order to get the professor to talk about plagiarism, and give you déjà vu in order to make sure you paid
attention to the words he was saying directly after the déjà vu occurred.
Déjà vu and premonitions go hand and hand. They are usually experienced together. Gut feelings, intuition, sixth sense, they all lead back to the
same thing. Your brain is trying to make you aware of something that is about to occur, has decided it will be detrimental to your survival, and wants
you to fix it.
Whether it affects your personal well being, or your life goals, somehow, a certain event is going to lead you down the wrong path and your brain has
figured it out. It determined what was going to occur based off of the facts it had and mapped out the proper path for you to follow in order achieve
what you want or to help you avoid a life/death scenario.
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