Is this Sixth Sense or related to past life? Secret revealed!
Sometimes I have a feeling that the incident that I just went through has happened to me earlier in the same fashion. For example talking to somebody about something, then I may feel that this situation has already happened earlier. I mean, it has already happened to me earlier in the same way. Sometimes, at some places even though it is for the first time I am going there, it gives me a feeling that I have earlier been there. I was just wondering what might be the real reason behind this. Is this related to sixth sense or my past life?
Luckily, I recently watched a TV show, where an eminent doctor tries to give an explanation for this phenomenon. According to him, this is just a small malfunctioning of our brain. Like computers, our brains also have various folders like current, archive etc. Instead of keeping some files in current folder, it put them into archive folder directly. This results in a feeling that the incident has already happened to us before. He is investigating more on this and will come up with more proofs to backup his claim. Let’s hope for the best.
Have you ever gone through such a sensation?
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AliCanary wrote on July 17, 2015, 1:12 PM
Well, I guess every theory is possible. This one sounds more plausible than some others I've heard, although it doesn't explain how some people remember specific things about places they have never been.
inertia4 wrote on July 17, 2015, 3:29 PM
You are talking about Deja Vu. That has happened to me many times in my life. I doubt it has anything to do with a sixth sense. A past life? I don't know. But it is a strange feeling when it does happen.
Ruby3881 wrote on July 21, 2015, 11:28 PM
This is an interesting theory; I will definitely watch to see if any proof can be made for it. I am experiencing a lot of déjà vu right now, much as I did in my tween and teen years. I believe this is related to my epilepsy. As you say, this could simply be my brain kind of filing memories in the wrong folder.