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(Smithsonian Magazine)   The science of déjà vu. This is not a repeat   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, deja vu, work experience  
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2013-07-17 09:34:10 AM  
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I don't care if anyone believes me, but I occasionally have prescient dreams.  Usually they are related to something totally mundane, like lying on the couch watching a television show that hasn't yet debuted, or having a conversation with someone about something boring.  They're always realized when I'm at a major turning point in my life.  The strangest part is that when I realize that what is happening had already occurred in a dream months before, I actively try to alter the outcome but I can't.  Like I'm about to use a particular phrase and I can't change it.  I say it anyway.  When the dreams are realized, it feels exactly the same as deja vu, but it's a different phenomenon.
2013-07-17 09:16:56 AM  
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