Thursday, March 05, 2009

Caught in a loop or What is Deja Vu, really?

Do you experience feelings of Deja Vu?

I do, and often. Sometimes in a very creepy way. Like I know I have definitely done something or been somewhere before, even though I know for a fact, that I haven't.

Just today, I was sitting at my computer, looking at a conference website, wondering if I should volunteer, and BAM! I remember myself, sitting at the same computer, wondering if I should be a volunteer, but in the remembering of it, my emotions were all different.

I was pretty happy, sitting here contemplating being a volunteer, but in my 'Deja Vu' I was angrily jabbing at the keys.

My husband thinks that when we have feelings that are very similar to feelings that we have had before is what causes feelings of Deja Vu.

I think that we are caught in some kind of space-time continuum. That God's time is not like our time and that time is stretched out like a piece of string, and sometimes the string touches... or wait. That's not a theory, that's a children's book.

Anyway. My point is... Deja Vu is weird. And I'm wondering what you think about it.


Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I've experienced it often, and apparently so has Mr. T because he has described it quite well to me and asked me what the heck was happening. Does everyone get it? Is it hereditary?

The Coffee Lady said...
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Unreal Technologies Custom PC said...

Exactly why do you think that there cannot be other universes or time streams that you might momentarily touch or come in contact with? That's not a fairy tale, that's Quantum Mechanics since the post-war era and it we know that these other worlds exist because they are moving "through" this world. There is evidence too, but it is hard to make sense of the data sense our world has a tendency to limit the results. :)

...Don't filter deja vu or other events out as they arise. Take note of everything rather than let it pass over you.