posted on Nov, 11 2004 @ 11:41 PM
I posit that the experience of Deja Vu is the body (and brain)'s natural way of managing emotionally stressful stimuli. Put another way, some get
Deja Vu because their unconscious occasionally "turns on" and becomes conscious. Normally the unconscious remains outside of our awareness and
manages our moment-to-moment perception of the immediate environment. One healthy way of dealing with this strain on the unconscious is for it to
periodically discharge the energy that it is managing. Deja vu is essentially a fantasy-based vehicle that is used to discharge this energy.
That being said, I see Deja Vu as a very positive and healthy experience. I've had Deju Vu as I was driving many times (which is occasionally
triggered by the sonic rhythm of the tires hitting the gaps in the pavement- most likely to occur after 3 hours of continous driving). With Deja Vu,
your brain is fully in "sync" at this moment. You experience confusion, wonder, fear, and perception at exactly the same time. You experience
physical reality as it FEELS.
The cool thing is that Deja Vu is a triggered event. There are common triggers in our collective environment (such as certain technologies, like tires
on pavement at a certain decibel and rate). You just have to find out what happened to set off the unconscious response.
Once you determine the trigger for the event, you can repeatedly tap into it and develop it as a form of meta-awareness. This may include "psychic"
abilities of the mind, concious control of the body functions, etc.
There are allegedly electromagnetic triggers that exist.
[edit on 11-11-2004 by MKULTRA]