posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 01:16 PM
The thing with Deja Vu....
All the time, we do the exact same thing we had done before. Every day, i get up, i turn off my alarm, i get dressed, i drive the same car on the same
route to the same job. Yet none of those things ever shocks me or makes me feel weird. In fact, though i know i had done it before, i never get that
Deja Vu feeling that, i've done it before.
Which leads me to believe that Deja Vu is not about the feeling you've done something before, but rather that Deja Vu is simple the feeling of
"strangeness" you feel weird without reason.
Considering how often we re-trace our steps in life, it should never be shocking or surprising or weird when we do something we've already done. With
Deja Vu suddenly we feel that is different. And it shouldn't feel different.
I think that Deja Vu is not a hint at something, or a recurring memory ect, its simply a mis-firing of the brain that makes you feel strange and
intuitive for a brief moment. You're doing something normal and then you are struck with this feeling of strangeness associated with repetition when
normally a repetitious event wouldn't have caught your attention anyway.
Deja Vu is just a feeling, i don't think there's anything deep to it. And its that feeling that there is something more, something different or
deeper, that embodies the very nature of why Deja Vu feels so off. Its all in our heads.