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What are your thoughts on this? Do you experience deja vu regularly? Do you get what I mean when I talk about a glitch in the matrix?
As well, I've had a couple Deja Vus that "show me" a few seconds of the future beyond the moment at hand. I try to carry out what is shown in my Deja vision, nothing really strange or significant has come of it yet.
It gives me the feeling of "a prophetic dream that I have never remembered until this very second".
Even given all the variables we encounter everyday, it is highly likely that we will have very similar experiences more than once. I have experienced deja vu multiple times during conversations.
I think that deja vu "feeling" or "glitch in the matrix" is a possible reaction of your brain trying to write into memory something that almost exactly exists inside your memory already.
It is also possible in some cases your brain does register a memory incorrectly per the research you mentioned. I'd be very interested to know the method they used to reproduce a feeling of deja vu.
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I'm in my late 20s. Come to think of it: this matches my experience as well. I had them the most perhaps in my late teenage years.soundsituation wrote: ↑Wed Jul 28, 2021 8:14 am I don't get deja vu anymore. I wish I did because I actually really enjoy the disorientation. It's like the liminal space between waking life and dreams. How old are you? I read a Psychology Today article (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog ... nce-d-j-vu) that said deja vu is most common among 15-25 year olds, and that fits my experience. I did have one episode a couple years ago, but it was my first in a very long time.
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