According to the earth’s collective consciousness (world’s coagulum), the concept/idea of the word “déjà vu” entails the understanding and behaviour that something, that a person is now experiencing, has experienced it before; in other words, the experience is somehow repeating itself from a so-called “past life” occurrence; perhaps maybe from another time and space, or something else; that is, if the “past” actually exist independently outside from just metaphorical mental concepts. “Déjà vu” also entails familiarity, recognition, remembrance, illusion and hallucination. All in all, “déjà vu” literally means to re-experience the same thing, or same person, in the exact same way but from a different time and place. In this instance, The-Self (the-Ego), as an illusion in of itself, is also under the illusion that he/she is re-living something that they’ve lived in before—as though if he/she had had other life forms before their current one. But is this possible: can people’s minds experience something from another life, in some other time, but vaguely remember it? How many lives do we actually have? If more than one, why do we clearly only know of one?
“Déjà vu” is basically not really based on facts—it is something that only a few experience it, and not every person does: This mainly is based depending upon what you “believe” (feel); in other words, what you “metaphorically feel” to be so. There is a difference between “experiences” and “beliefs:” they’re both are not one in the same—“déjà vu” could also be nothing more but a “strange” or “mysterious” sensation. You can know what you experienced, which means that you remember what you’ve experienced: or, you can guess what you remember, which means that you remember what you believe (feel) in what you may have experienced. The matter of the fact is, that experiencing anything is actually being mindful (aware) at the occasion of the happening: experience = mindfulness = awareness. You simply cannot guess what you’ve experienced because if you have to guess it, then you probably didn’t experienced it at all—to guess is to question whatever it is that you are guessing about. You cannot question an experience as you would to a cerebral memory: you either experience something or you didn’t—there is no in between—no grayness. If we literally had several so-called “past lives” that repeats somehow throughout time and space, maybe not exactly the same, word for word, place for place and person for person, but somehow close enough, why is it that those who experience “déjà vu” can only vaguely remembers it as a “strange” sensation, and not as an exact mindful memory? If we were actually “mindful” during our so-called “past lives” throughout time and space, why do we almost forget them through every other different lives? What is the purpose to repeat lives almost exactly the same with almost the same people to then vaguely remember them as only a “feeling?”
You can’t learn anything if you can’t really remember anything else clearly: and you can’t achieve actual answers on just some vague and strange hunch, or sensation—you either know something, or you don’t: If you don’t know something, then it is up to you to get to learn that something new—you can’t begin to learn about something that you’ve already begun to learn about. To endeavor upon a metaphorical path that’s based upon some vague sensation, you’re only going to achieve a metaphorical answer: A “make-believe endeavored path” will only beget a “make-believe achieved life.” Just because something “feels” (believed) that something is achieved other than just knowing for sure that you “know” (aware) what that something is that has been achieved, that doesn’t mean that what has been achieved is an actuality (a truth). You cannot re-start a “same-life” if that “same-life” has already been started, metaphorically or literally—if you’re learning something, then it’s new: old or new; it’s new no matter what. Still, regardless of all that is being said, some may still dispute the matter that has been instinctively observed and scrutinized, and say, “But what if “déjà vu” really is an experience of one’s own “past life” since after all, it does “feels” that way for me?’”
A person should first understand that on some/many night-sleeping occasions, we dream dreams undetected whether we know about them or not. Whether we’re sleeping or not, the-Mind is always at work as long as the-Mind itself is still mindful—the immaterial mind continues to work even in our sleep, giving us dreams that are detected and undetected: some remembered, and some forgotten many moons ago: and some developed without us ever coming to know about them to begin with: In this automaton mental actuation, a dream is dreamed undetected, forming undetected hidden cerebral memories that are independent from our biological physical senses: cerebral automaton memorial dreams that are formed unaware—(i.e., all the animals that are in possession of mindless cerebral brains are always automatically developing automaton cerebral memories to help them survive as a species in the wild, or in a home if the animal is a pet; but they have no awareness of their memories: their automaton cerebral memories are automatically externally dependently initiated and stimulated by their biological physical senses: they also don’t have a mind to summon their automaton cerebral memories at will to regard them as “experienced mental remembrances:” In this same manner, but unlike the animals, our cerebral material brains, along with our immaterial minds, together have the capacity to develop automaton dreams that can also impact and initiate automaton cerebral memories,internally independent from our external biological physical senses: However, our unaware hidden automaton cerebral memories that were already initiated independently from our external physical senses, but instead were internally dependently formed from our mental automaton dreams, can still be externally stimulated (vaguely called to mind anew: called into vague awareness) by our physical senses when something may indirectly seem familiar with them, symbolically or in actuality). On some occurring occasions and happenings, we might see things that are going to indirectly stimulate these unaware stored hidden automaton cerebral memories that were initiated by our undetected automaton dreams: When this happens, and especially if a person’s mind is actuated with the mental concept/idea of a three dimensional time (i.e., past, present and future), that person might automatically vaguely memorize and experience the occasion as if it’s happening all over again; like a vague long distant familiarities: that’s why some people may metaphorically feel like they’re experiencing some form of another so-called, “past-life;” and thus the illusion of “re-experiences” of “past-lives” are pre-allusion within “The-Self:” what is really happening is an automatic cerebral memory sensed reaction that’s automatically activated by external indirect physical environmental familiarities: this very impact is what stimulates (vaguely calls to mind anew) the unaware hidden automaton cerebral memories that were initiated by the unaware automaton dreams; indirectly stimulated by either sight, smell, hearing, taste or feel. That is “déjà vu” in its most rational and logical explanation. As a medical terminology, “déjà vu” is known to be called, “paramnesia;” a term to describe “déjà vu” as a distortion of memories that can’t distinguish between facts and fantasies: but that’s just a medical theory.
The-Mind is undetectable and cannot medically even be examined by the naked eye, simply because the-Mind is immaterial besides it also being invisible; after all, whether detected or unaware, memories are still just memories; they’re not false unless we make up our own memories, in which are then not really memories at all. Cerebral material memories can be actuated both with and without awareness, on separate occasions. Within humans, unlike the animals, we can both automatically and intentionally actuate cerebral memories, separately: When it’s automatic, we call them memories: but when it’s intentional, we call them remembrances: To memorize is automatic, like the animals: but to remember is intentional, which is an exclusive distinct capacity of the-Mind: a capacity that’s utterly absent in the mindless brains of all animals. “Déjà vu” is the result of unaware automaton cerebral memories manifesting to the surface; it is not the result of aware intentional mental remembrances. To memorize is an automatic distinct capacity of the material brain: to remember is an intentional distinct capacity of the immaterial mind. “Remembering” enables only the human species to willfully call to mind the experienced (aware) automaton cerebral memories that’s already been stored in the material brain, independently from the biological physical senses; hence, “déjà vu” is automaton, and not intentional: if it were intentional, then it would not be called “déjà vu” any longer.
You cannot intentionally “remember” automaton cerebral memories without awareness, and without first experiencing them, at the occasion of their first actuation: you can only intentionally “remember” cerebral stored memories when the material brain and the immaterial mind are both activated, side by side, at their first initiation. You can, however, automatically “memorize” automaton cerebral memories without awareness, and without any known experiences, at the occasion of their first actuation: all the animals always do it that way.
[Article Posted by: Sabiazoth Alonso]
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