I have indeed noticed all of the other threads on LD4all in relevance to the controversial issue of Deja Vu. But none offered any explanation toward the phenomena, so in essence, and since numerous hours of days of my life have been spent pondering this very idea, I shall grant you permission into the conduit of my brain’s inner mind.
One day, as I am riding in my best friend’s car, whom, indeed, I feel I am connected to through past life interactions I began to feel as if I had experienced this same situation - same people and surroundings - before. As the loving emotions rush over my self, I literally began thinking about the causes of the phenomena of Deja Vu. I thought long and hard and finally conjured up a theoretical approach to the sometimes acceptible phenomena. Me, myself, and I recalled several occasions at which I had researched the always pleseant sounding experiences that reincarnation provides, and in all times of research, read that, usually, we humans are given the opportunity to choose who we are, who are parents are, and that we are shown a preview of our future life (This life) on a panoramic screen. I am now beginning to think that feelings of deja vu are in direct exposure of those very previews you are shown before you enter into this earth life.
Think about it because, logically, this does make sense.
You are shown a panoramic view of things to come before you enter this horrible earthbound life. Throughout your life, once born onto this physical plane we call life, you have random memories of what was shown to you on that screen before you enter this this life which is only remembered once experienced. And once you finally experience the feeling of deja vu, the emotions are beyond human comprehension.
You are at a complete loss as to how and why you were subjected to the deja vu experience.
What else could explain deja vu. I dont understand how EVERYONE included in the human population can experience this and it not be a part of reality, defended by science. Because I know, many people relate it to being the human imagination at work. What could explain the mostly pleseant emotions that accompany the phenomena of deja vu. And these are hard EMOTIONS, I mean, when they hit you, you almost want to cry. Any comments welcomed.