Life Is Ocean: Myriad Of Emotions– Today’s emotion ‘Deja Vu’
Have you ever stopped and shook your head for a while and felt that you have lived the current moment before? I think the day when you were walking in the office corridor, or doing laundry, or maybe watching movies, if not that probably working late at night, then surely during travel, think you brushed it off and moved on? I know your answer would be Yes!
I keep experiencing countless times and trust me, I tried all my hands to get Deja Vu’s reasons. Unfortunately, never get an answer that can fix my curiosity. Even today, there is no perfect theory established that can claim the sure-shot reasons for Deja Vu. However, we can’t deny that the feeling of Deja Vu is so connected to our routine.
Nevertheless, the fleeting moment leaves us with a question mark. Sometimes It makes us emotional, sometimes, it tickles me, and sometimes it left me anxious. Above all, sometimes it makes me believe that I have the power to preserve the memory of my Last birth(Punar-Janam type). I know sounds crazy!!
Three Ways To Control Your Curiosity on Deja Vu:
- Without much ado, let the moment go in ease, like the general activity.
- Write it down on paper what you just experienced; it may settle down your curiosity.
- Focus on the next task.
When Deja Vu Signals The Problem:
- If the incident occurs at frequent intervals.
- If it leaves the person unconscious.
- If it threatens in dreams or in visual scenes, which results in a person’s changed behavior.
It is the time to contact the medical experts without a delay.
Moving further sharing some experts theories based on their research what the Deja Vu Actually is!
‘Deja Vu’ is a French word that means ‘Already Seen.’ People who travel a lot or remember their dream usually experience the Deja Vu more often. The term was first found in 1876 by Eile Boirac, a philosophy professor who described his own experience with it in a letter published in the Revue Philosophique. But “déjà vu” wouldn’t be an accepted scientific term until two decades later, when French neurologist F.L. Arnaud officially proposed its use at a meeting of the Societe medico-psychologique.
Deja Vu is a sudden, and involuntary, sensation that an event or set of circumstances currently being experienced has been experienced before, even when that cannot actually be the case,” says psychiatrist Dr. Fredric Neuman.
According to Dr. Anne Cleary, a cognitive psychologist at Colorado State University, a prior memory that we are unable to call to mind is what produces a sense of familiarity in a current situation. Sometimes, déjà vu can be accompanied by a sense of knowing what will happen next.
Neuroscientist Dr. Wendy Suzuki says there is some evidence that the same areas of the brain involved in memory retrieval are also active during the experience of déjà vu. “A particular object, the general configuration of the environment, or even a smell might trigger this feeling of overall familiarity.” The brain is retrieving information from the past based on cues in the environment.
Do you have any shocking memory of Deja Vu? Don’t forget to share your curiosity moment of Deja Vu!
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