Anonymous asked:what are your opinions on 'deja vu?' there are times when i have it so strongly and i'll swear something has happened before. the feeling will not always go away, but rather linger and an unexplainable sensation will stay within me.
it’s part of the shifting and changes we’re experiencing, i used to have deja vu really bad for awhile but it’s toned down a bit. I usually try to watch what i’m thinking or what i’m doing during this moment because it’s important for our consciousness expansion. It’s the layering of time moving and being shifted within our perception for clearing. Vertigo & Déjà vu, are symptomatic of being out of sync with 3D. These are two examples of the disorientating effects of tapping into higher levels of perception while not fully embracing the concepts of higher dimensional perception.
Empaths frequently experience déjà vu and synchronicities. What may initially start as, “Oh, what a coincidence”, will lead to the understanding of synchronicities as an aspect of who they are. These synchronicities will become a welcomed and continually expanding occurrence. As an understanding of
self grows, the synchronicities become more fluent and free flowing. The synchronicities can promote a feeling of euphoria as empaths identify with them and appreciate the connection to their empathic nature.
In the phenomenon called déjà vu, scenes that you recognize as they unfold in your life are scenes which you had previously viewed in another state of consciousness. This previewing occurred either during your pre-life planning or, more often, in a recent,out-of-body, dream-state where, in order to help yourself remain on-purpose, you reviewed the important, upcoming events in your life.
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the mental body decides to tune to spirit, dreams change and may become more ‘lucid’, you get feelings of de ja vu. Thought processes become non linear. Being’s oscillate between knowing and doubt.
We realize the habitual nature of thinking and behavior and look at de-programming and re-programming to create the “I” we wish to be, not the “I” we thought we were from our interaction with parents, peers and society etc.
Change seems to be constant and we consciously begin to discern from our heart rather than judge from ‘conditioned responses’.
Hope it helps