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Questions and StoriesCategory: Questions🌜Do You Believe in Déjà Vu?
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Leno Jean Pierre answered 1 month ago

I don’t know Déjà Vu. Can you give us more explanation about it ? Déjà Vu is in French language, am i right ?

Steinar Kloverod replied 1 month ago

Agree, I would appreciate if you could give us an explanation.

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Jackson Mugarura answered 1 month ago

Please explain more about Deja Vu. What is it adharad?

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adharad answered 1 month ago

Hi Jackson and Steinar, I once read an article about de javu. Dejavu is a condition where you feel familiar with the conditions around you, as if you have experienced it in exactly the same situation, even though what you are experiencing right now may be your first experience. This event can last 10 to 30 seconds, and more than once. If this happens to you, you don’t need to panic, because according to some studies, two to three people who have experienced déjà vu will experience it again.
Dejavu aka “déjà vu” comes from French which means “having seen”. This term was first coined by Émile Boirac, a French philosopher and scientist in 1876. Many philosophers and other scientists have tried to explain why dejavu happened. According to Sigmund Freud, the occurrence of dejavu is related to latent desire. Meanwhile, according to Carl Jung, dejavu is related to our subconscious.
If you want to read it, you can access the link of this article. But unfortunately, this link is in Indonesian.
https://hellosehat.com/hidup-sehat/fakta-unik/apa-itu-dejavu-kenapa-bisa-terjadi/#gref

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Jackson Mugarura answered 1 month ago

Uhhh. I’m seeing this for the first time to be sincere.

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adharad answered 1 month ago

Glad to share Jackson. Hope you are fine there. Indeed, some people often experience de javu. Either he realized it or not. De javu is a very common thing in my life

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Ahmad Khasan answered 1 month ago

I have experienced it several times. I believe that it is a psychological event that takes places in our mind. Although, in The Matrix movie, de javu means there are significant changes in the reality we are living.

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adharad answered 1 month ago

I also often experience de javi, Ahmad. Even consciously experienced it several times.

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Edward Duffy answered 1 month ago

Yes I do

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adharad answered 1 month ago

Do you feel it too, Edward? De javu like what do you feel the most? You can tell me

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Leno Jean Pierre answered 1 month ago

Yes there are lots things that we experience in our life but we don’t know their really meaning onlest when someone explain it to you, then you realize that you knew it.
I’m sure i have experienced déjà Vu without knowing that it is Deja Vu. Anyway i will find out it meaning in French to have a good understanding.

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adharad answered 1 month ago

Leno, maybe you can see the article I gave above. You can read what dejavu is, but the article is in Indonesian. You can search for it on google. In my opinion, De javu is when we do the same thing as in a dream or we feel that we have done it in the past.

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Kenneth Ogbonnaya answered 1 month ago

What is it like?

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adharad answered 1 month ago

Hi, Kenneth, I have explained it in the comments above. You can see it, or have a look on google. What I know, de javu is when you do something that you feel you did before, in your subconscious

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Leno Jean Pierre answered 1 month ago

Woah, now i have a better understanding about it, i have experienced it several times.

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David Matlala answered 1 month ago

One explanation of this phenomenon is that what you feel to be experiencing or seeing is actually what you have seen or experienced in a previous life( as in reincarnation). It is said that the information containing this experience is stored in our subconscious mind and is ”remembered” when we encounter the ”familiar” circumstances again.
 

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adharad answered 1 month ago

Hi, Leno. What do you feel when you experience it? Can you give me an example of what you experienced?

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adharad answered 1 month ago

Thanks for explaining, David. Your explanation of de javu is very good. I can understand better. Do you often experience de javu?

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Kenneth Ogbonnaya answered 4 weeks ago

What do you mean by deja vu

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adharad answered 4 weeks ago

Hi, Mr. Kenneth.
I have explained it in the comments above.
You can read it well.

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