Do you believe in deja vu?

Philippines
September 26, 2010 6:53am CST
Deja vu happens all the time but you just cant notice it because your more aware of the current situation. You will rarely notice that you are already experiencing the same event,happening or situation as before. It may also happen that your are also with the same person. You can also tell that a situation will repeat itself. It is nice to be experiencing deja vu especially when you love the situation itself.
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@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
26 Sep 10
Deja vu is a thing of the brain. I have experienced that and there is another thing somewhat the same with deja vu but the opposite of it. It is called jamais vu. Both can be explained medically. I just forgot the explanation. =(
@inu1711 (5288)
• Romania
26 Sep 10
Yes, there is a medical explanation. My aunt who's a doctor told me about it, but I didn't remember the details. Here are some explanation for the phenomenon: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=1006030902012
• Spain
26 Sep 10
Deja vu is suppose to be something you think you saw before but you actually didn't. It's not really something you "believe in", it's a true fact
• Philippines
26 Sep 10
If that's your opinion then i respect it. People have different views and insights about deja vu. I just said what I thought and believe in deja vu because I have experienced it already. Thanks for your comment anyway.
@cream97 (29166)
• United States
28 Sep 10
Hi. dellabanedz. I have had many experiences that are related to the deja vu feeling. I can be sitting here one minute and the next thing that I know, I get this familiar feeling that comes over me. It is like I have seen something before. I am reliving what I saw! It is amazing. It is like I dreamed of me being in this situation, but I did not. It is an case of deja vu!
@inu1711 (5288)
• Romania
26 Sep 10
I have experienced a lot of deja vu situations. I may look a weirdo, but I like the sensation. I have an aunt who's a doctor and I told her about my deja vu experiences. She laughed and she said she also has them. She was the one that explained me that deja vu is a anomaly of the brain. As much as I remember, she said it is some kind of overlap between the neurological systems responsible for short-term memory and those responsible for long-term memory.
• India
26 Sep 10
Well had it many times.Trust me am serious.You cant even imagine how clearly i experienced it.Well I could share one with you.It was last year when i had this dream of my teacher taking test when she never takes one.Although I thought that, a week later she did and it was the same dream sequence i had like I was discussing with my friend on games and a friend from my back comes in and says that the teachers gonna take test.I was like what the??even the dress was same.Well I had the dream a week before and thought it was just a dream.