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Friday, September 13, 2019

deja vu

deja vu

what is deja vu?

deja vu

deja vu is a strange, mysterious experience in which the present moment feels like it came from the past. It's commonly associated with temporal lobe epilepsy as well as other types of epilepsy, but most commonly that one. It's also called "complex partial epilepsy" and in this brief video, I'm going to explain one where it comes from and to how you can use it in service of your spiritual life. deja vu appears to be triggered when we are reminded of something that we don't quite remember. At least that's the most common explanation as if it's an error in matching familiar circumstances or scenes on to the present scene. If I was in a room two weeks ago, with a certain shape and size, and then I entered another room with the same shape and size but that was decorated differently and had different furniture and so forth, so it didn't remind me of the previous room consciously, but I subconsciously remembered it and tried to map the room I had been in before on to the present one, that might trigger deja vu. That's telling us what happens in our conscious and subconscious minds. The other question about deja vu is what's happening in our brains. Now, deja vu is most common in two age groups. One of them is between seven and ten years old. Though the numbers vary depending on who you're talking to. The other is during the teenage years. This might be because teenagers are from outer space. ... or it might be because teenagers, as they undergo puberty, are also experiencing a dramatic rewiring of their brains. Imaginative play in youth is replaced by romantic and sexual desires and fantasies. The desire to be respected by one's parents and in one's family is replaced by the desire to be respected in a larger social group. When you're a very small child having your feelings hurt by your brothers and sisters or parents can be pretty severe. The same thing happening when you're 16 years old isn't anywhere near as serious. On the other hand, being rejected by your peers or your friends at school or set apart for ridicule can be devastating. So our brains rewire in terms of their capacity for imagination, the type of things you can imagine, the inner imaging that goes on with it, as well as a huge change in our social skills. Our frontal lobes, which is where we'll find social skills, and what are called "executive functions." As the brain rewires itself during puberty there are dramatic changes that happen, and these are accompanied by changes in the way we think. So deja vu happening in these two age groups, without it having anything to do with any kind of epilepsy or neural disorder, means that the brain is unstable during these periods, and the reason I hesitate to use those words is because it's important not to assume that this means that the PERSON is unstable. As far as the brain is concerned, there's an area we want to look at. It's called the parahippocampal complex. We can see that these are on the underside of the brain and the arrow indicates approximately where they are. It's right next to the hippocampus. To understand what deja vu is, in terms of brain function, we need to know what these areas of the brain do. The hippocampus itself, which is a deep structure, deep down in the temporal lobes. It's an elongated structure that runs along the side. The hippocampus itself is instrumental in taking our present experience and turning it into short-term memories so that when I have experience now, and I remember it a moment from now, that's the hippocampus at work. The area around the hippocampus, called the parahippocampal complex, consists of three parts. The parahippocampal gyrus, the entorhinal gyrus and the and one other (The perirhinal cortex) In fact, they're kind of technical names, and it's not like it's going to come up in conversation. You don't get on to a city bus and sit down next to an old lady, turn to her to make conversation, and say "hey, how about that parahippocampal gyrus?" It just doesn't come up in conversation. You don't need to learn it. What this area around the hippocampus does is - it takes our short-term memory and turns it into long-term memory. When we go to remember it later on, these are the areas that retrieve the memory; or rather reassemble it, at the moment that we want to remember something later on. These are kind of visible on the underside of the brain. What I think is happening with deja vu, is that if the area that's concerned with long-term memory is overly connected to the area that's concerned with recording the present experience and turning it into short-term memories. Then, the present will feel like the past. That may have been just a little technical, so I'll try and run it by you again. When the areas that deal in long-term memory are overly connected to the areas that scan our present experience, the present can feel like it's a recurrence of a moment in the past. To understand how it happens, this illusion of familiarity - as well as what it's doing in the brain; this hyper-connectivity of past and present, to see how we can use it spiritually, we have to forget that deja vu has anything to do with the past at all. If you have deja vu regularly, it's an indication that one of the best directions for your spiritual life will be in spiritual practices that deal with the present moment and above all that refers to meditation. (Especially) mindfulness meditation. It's also called Zen meditation as well as Vipassana meditation. The names Zen and Vipassana from Japanese and Sanskrit respectively got turned into "mindfulness meditation," because the original scripture in which the Lord Buddha taught the meditation technique is called the "Anapanasati Sutra" and it can be translated into English as the "Sutra on the full awareness of breathing" or the "Sutra on the full mindfulness of breathing" so what you're doing is returning your attention, again and again, and again, to the present moment. When you sit like a holy man or woman, in a good meditation posture, you paying attention to the sound of your breathing, as it goes in and out of your nostrils, or you're paying attention to the movement of your abdomen, as it rises and falls in time with your breath, or you simply feel the feeling of the slight wind of your breath going past your nostrils. Anybody sensation that moves in time with your breathing can be a suitable object for Vipassana meditation. When something happens to take your attention away from it, you simply return it to the meditation object. If you have an itch while you're meditating, you notice the itch and then you go back to being aware of your breathing. If your mind goes off on a tangent, you become aware that your mind has gone off on a tangent, and return it to the meditation object/ You return it to your breathing, no matter what happens. You go back to the present moment, Deja vu creates a very interesting opportunity for putting meditation skills into practice because deja vu is an alteration in the perception of the present moment. I know it's very engaging, when you have deja vu, to try and remember a moment in the past it came from, or wonder what it is, or what it means. Is this a fragment of a past life, that I'm being reminded of. Was it something that happened in a dream that echoes the events of the present moment - the here and now? You try and remember your dreams; you try and remember notions about past lives. You try to "figure it out." Usually, that won't work. If you are at all interested in developing your spirituality, and you're subject to frequent episodes of deja vu, when it happens don't think of the past. Don't try to figure it out. Don't try to interpret it. Don't try to see what it means. Instead, at that moment, put your full attention into the present, and when you do that your attention to the present moment is going to have a strange and powerful momentum added to it, by the strong urge to look into your past. The present moment; the "newness" is imbued with a strong sense of past "pastness." If you try to remember the moment in the past that the present moment evokes, it's as though you're grabbing deja vu by the wrong end. You're grabbing it by the past and what you want is to take it by is the present moment. If you know anything at all about meditation and a moment of deja vu appears, simply stop what you're doing, close your eyes, and pay attention to your breathing. Don't search the past. Rather, engage the present. Doing this can create an interesting and powerful exercise. I don't know if any of you who are interested in the spiritual aspects of deja vu pay a lot of attention to baseball, but there's an exercise that the batter does just before he steps up to the plate or should I say she - hopefully it will soon be she as much as he - but the batter will pick up a baseball bat made of lead and they'll swing it around, slowly exercising all of the muscles in their arms and their upper back and their chest that are involved in actually hitting the ball. Then, when they pick up the ordinary wooden bat and hold it, by comparison, it feels like it weighs like a toothpick. It feels like it weighs nothing, so preparing to hit the ball with the light wooden bat involves pretending to hit the ball with a heavy bat made of lead. When you engage the present moment in a moment of deja vu, it's as though you're engaging the present moment with that lead bat, so that later on when you are meditating in ordinary circumstances you'll find that you have a slight edge that you didn't have before. That's how you use deja vu for spirituality. The urge is to search the past or to search your memories to find the right moment in the past. The challenge is to be as present as possible. What does "pastness" happening in the present moment feel like? Engage that sensation, which I cannot describe for you in words - I can't even allude to it - engage that sensation as strongly as you can. Try and have as the crystal-clear perception of what "pastness" or the urge to remember feels like. Don't engage it by trying to remember. Engage in by feeling like remembering. and let that be enough. The more times that you do it, the more little itty-bitty eensy-weensy teeny tiny synapses that ordinarily inhibit your perception of the present moment will drop away. It takes a long time to truly transform your personality through meditation. It takes years; decades. Adding this technique; "deja vu-ing" into the present instead of the past will help it along. It depends on who you are, how long it will take to actually manifest as a clear and palpable enhancement in your meditation practice, but at least it will give you the impression that your mind is yours to work with and play with, and you are not subject to the happenstances and the random events that happen in your brain. When you're working on being in the present and something happens to pull your mind out of it, go back to it, whether it happens in meditation or during a moment of deja vu. There's an opposite experience to deja vu. It's called jamais vu. Deja vu means "ever seen" in French. Jamais vu means "never seen" Instead of a moment or a circumstance is more familiar than it should be as in deja vu, it becomes completely unfamiliar, and in a moment of jamais vu you can look in a mirror, and the fact that you're seeing looking back at you can almost seem like the face of a stranger. It's a very peculiar sensation, and when it happens everything seems wrong, dreamlike, alien, foreign, or "not of this earth" or rather, not of your experience of this earth. It isn't anywhere near as common as deja vu, but if it happens to you, and you can engage the present moment, at the moment where the past is completely unavailable to you, and nothing seems familiar, then once again you can add some momentum to your meditation practice as well as practicing the technique, the method, the instinct whereby these strange perceptions of yourself in time can be brought back to the present moment. If you can pull yourself back to the present moment when you have deja vu or jamais vu, pulling yourself back to the present moment when the tip of your nose itches during meditation will be a piece of cake Deja deja vu is only one of a whole class of experiences. They're called "complex partial epileptic signs" in the technical language of epileptologists. They're also called "temporal lobe signs" When you're dreaming, you're in an altered state, if you take a hallucinogenic drug you're in an altered state. If you hit your head and see stars have a mild concussion, so you're dizzy for a moment, that's another altered state. These are very quiet altered states. Deja vu is the best known of them. Another one is the feeling that there's someone or something behind you, but when you turn to look there's no one there. It's called the "the sensed presence" experience Another of these temporal lobe signs is the feeling that your bed is moving; rising, falling, rocking, perhaps even spinning, when you're lying in bed waiting to fall asleep, but you know that you're not moving. Something very similar can happen if you're watching an advertisement for an amusement park, and they show you a film clip where the camera is mounted right on the front of a roller coaster, and as you watch the camera move and the TV screen move, you can begin to have a sense of movement in your body. These are called "vestibular sensations" another one is tingly sensations that can happen in all sorts of circumstances; in response to some very evocative emotional event a cute little kitten video. or a musical crescendo. You're watching an opera - if you're into opera - the orchestra reaches its crescendo, the soprano hits the high note, your hands close over your heart, you lean back and you say "ahhhhh!" and your body is filled with chills. Interestingly, if music makes you want to dance it won't give you chills. The only way to get chills out of listening to music is to focus all of your attention on it. Put on the headphones, close your eyes, and give it your complete attention. That's when musical chills can run through your body. I'd like to take a moment to show you my new book. It's called "deja vu and other spiritual gifts," and it explains what kind of spiritual opportunities each of these temporal lobe signs has to offer you. Just as I've explained that Deja vu is an invitation to go deeper into your experience of the present and engage things like mindfulness meditation, there is also an explanation of how you make use of the "sensed presence" experience, as well as that strange vestibular experience where the bed feels like it's moving when you're falling asleep. Another one that belongs in this category is the experience of having images flash through your mind as you drift off to sleep; while you're in that twilight state. In addition to this, there is some discussion of how to engage spiritual healing techniques. When I say spiritual healing I mean "healing by laying on hands" I had a spiritual teacher some years ago. He was called Karmu and he taught me the basic technique of healing by laying on hands, which I believe to be one of the very first spiritual healing techniques available to our early ancestors, in the very beginning of our species, when we didn't know how to make medicines from the plants and the herbs that surrounded us in nature, we had to rely on other techniques and I think the very first one of them was what is now known as "healing by laying on hands" and in spite of the ridicule that it draws from some scientists, there actually is some evidence that spiritual healers of this type - the ones that were studied - were Chi healers doing a technique called "Chi Kung healing". They were able to manifest strong magnetic fields from their hands. Not much research has been done on this, but what has been done is very promising. The book is available on when you're having deja vu, you're actually feeling an alteration in the time-space continuum, and it isn't your mind or your brain that's been changed, or working differently to produce the experience, it's that time itself has changed for you, and naturally, this is nonsense. It doesn't work to explain Deja vu for people who have it very often through epilepsy, and it hasn't been able to manifest a new way of interstellar space travel by using black holes. I want this video to be of service to people who've come to it because they want help with deja vu. Some people have it so often that it disturbs their lives. Some people have it accompanied by fear and anxiety. Those people want help with their situation. I'm not going to give out any medical advice in the course of this video, but I would tell you that there is more than one way of thinking about deja vu. One of the most interesting is to be found in the fact that it happens frequently with epilepsy and that, in addition to Western medical practice, there is also traditional Chinese medicine and the Ayurvedic medical tradition of India. Both of these traditions have long experience working with people who have both epilepsy, deja vu, as well as epileptic deja vu déja. The language in which this is expressed is extremely cumbersome and difficult to understand without a solid background in traditional Chinese medicine. If someone told me that they were having epileptic deja vu very often, (and that) they've gone to see their doctor, and the doctor had given them a medicine that was giving them too much trouble, or simply didn't work, the first thing I would tell them would be to go and see a traditional Chinese herbalist and see what they have to offer. They have their own way of thinking about it; their own way of treating it, and it's in use across China with it's over a billion people. If deja vu is being a problem for you, and you don't like the Western medical approach, take a look at the traditional ones; the ones that predate the invention of brain imaging techniques, antiepileptic medications, and the diagnostic markers and techniques, but again, if that doesn't work out, look to the great traditions of Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. I can't guarantee they will work for you, but they do have things to offer, and if you're dissatisfied with Western medical treatment, it's far better to seek an alternative than it is to go without treatment at all. Again, that's for people whose Deja Vu is related to epilepsy. For most people, deja vu is not epileptic. It's not a pathology, it's just something that happens to many - but not all - normal minds and normal brains. If you have deja vu, it does not mean you have epilepsy. We've looked at four aspects of deja vu

1) what happens in our mind when we have it as we attempt to match something familiar from a past context including the shape of a room on to the present moment but fail so we end up feeling like we're reliving a moment from the past but we're not. 

2) What happens in our brains when we have deja vu, so the areas of the brain that are involved in creating short term memory out of present moment experience have too much connection to the areas that retrieve and recreate long term memory. 

3) We've looked at how we can use it spiritually. Deja Vu is an indicator that you have a knack or an aptitude for spiritual practices that focus on the present moment. When deja vu happens, "go present." Think of it as a mini opportunity; a small launch window that can take you into meditation differently than usual. And 

4) we've also looked at alternative ways of responding to it if it's too much for you. If it's a problem you can see a Western doctor, but if you don't like the treatment they offer, you don't have to go without treatment altogether. You can consult a traditional Chinese doctor, an Ayurvedic doctor (an herbal doctor from India) and they can often give you medications and herbal preparations that won't have the sometimes unwanted side effects that anticonvulsant and antiepileptic medications can. Go to and look for "deja vu and other spiritual gifts".
deja vu

One day I was sitting with my friends and it seemed to me that this had happened earlier also on the rib time, my friend was sitting exactly the same and I was saying the same thing which I am speaking for a few seconds. It also happened to me for a moment that all this has happened to me in the past, but the next moment everything became normal and I realized that I am doing this for the first time in my life, I thought I had some. What happened to this once many times already in my In fact So it is with all the logo was an example so the hell what and why is today's topic, then we'll talk this over.

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According to a survey, 40% of the people of the world feel that in which for some time, they feel that whatever is happening at that moment, they have already done the same with them at the age of 4 to 10 years. That is, younger children do not, but those who are 15 to 25 years of age feel it the most, psychologists say that the subconscious mind of the people from 15 years to 25 years is the most active. Conduct this experience That experience has been called deja vu.

deja vu

deja vu is a French term which means why it is already seen and what is the reason why some people having experience of deja vu say that deja vu is the memory of our past birth which is our subconscious mind ie the subconscious The mind comes suddenly and by connecting the incident of that happening with us, it makes us feel as if this incident has happened even earlier, people who believe in God and other powers believe that all this is God Knowledge is sent in our mind, because of which they point to the events happening to their devotees, if understood in easy language, then according to the psychologist, there is a part of our brain that stores our memories and other Violence that reminds us of those memories when both of them get entangled with each other in a situation, then we feel deja vu some people have connected it to the theories of parallel universe. deja vu In which they say that one has been with you before, but in that case, you were in another universe, now those who do not know the theory of the parallel universe, tell me that according to some people there is another universe like our universe. deja vu: Like the same earth as ours is the sun, moon and all the things that are in our universe and there is a very thin boundary between these universes so that a university.

deja vu : They come from the other universe and if that incident happened with us in this earth, then the same happens on the other earth, then we experience deja vu, not in these, these psychologists have said and there are many theories that deja vu Is trying to understand it in different ways, but it is difficult for the scientist to explain it right now because it comes out of many theories which even the scientist could not understand.

deja vu : This will raise another question in your mind, is it right to be like this with you, if a lot of work happens with you like 3 to 4 times in 1 year then there is good news for you, it means your mind is fit but if it is with you It is very much like it has been happening for 10 to 12 times in 1 month, so you should go to the doctors because it happens because of your brain being weak. Stem logo of deja vu to be what must do in the comments and you believe the theory of parallel universe he will also comment experienced.

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