Deja vu effect
In life, it often happens that it seems that what is happening now is not the first time, and perhaps, once it was. You can hear the same sounds that you once heard, or smell, or even guess what the person will say next. It can not surprise the situation when, seeing a stranger or being in a new room, it turns out to describe in detail the facial features or the surrounding situation. But there is a fact - to remember when such an event was impossible. In this case, it is definitely a deja vu effect, and how various different analyzes and analyzes of this phenomenon are portrayed - it occurs throughout life in about 98% of people.
Why is there a feeling of deja vu?
In translation, this effect means "already seen," this is a special mental form of the person's well-being, in which a person clearly thinks that this or even exactly this has already happened in his life.
Emotional state after the effect of deja vu resembles a feeling that appears when watching a movie that has already been seen. However, the difference is that in this case, the memories will return and become aware that this film was viewed. With the effect of deja vu, this does not happen.
The philosopher from France, Henri Bergson, suggested that at the time of the deja vu sense, there is a stratification of reality and its perception, where the first part of reality is real reality, and the second is true reality, but in the past.
When does deja vu happen often, is it bad or good?
If recurring episodes occur quite often, it can mean symptoms of such diseases as epilepsy or schizophrenia. To know exactly what the frequent cases of deja vu lead to, and what to do next, you need to undergo a medical examination. He will recommend how to get rid of these symptoms, which can cause inconvenience.
There are suggestions that the cause of deja vu is that a person suffers from a problem with coding the brain, namely information about time. In other words, the reality that is happening now is remembered not only as a past, but also as the present. Because of this, a person departs from reality and lives immediately in two time intervals, which are similar to each other. When it comes to realizing that this is a true reality, the record of the "experience" is removed. Following this theory, deja vu is nothing but a malfunction in the brain.
In turn, there are arguments that deja vu is a repetition of real events similar to those that occurred in a dream. In this situation, a person with a low probability will remember such a dream, because the information about him is taken from the subconscious.
This theory is by far the most reasonable. The study of this effect occurs with great difficulties, since it is artificially impossible to cause this state.
What can be said for sure that deja vu is associated with a person's perception of the world, and we will compare it with the electric charge that appears directly in the brain. In other words, emotion in a new situation, which is definitely very familiar.
The effect is connected with the human subconscious, dreams and past life, but it's better to understand it. It's more like magic, which happens often in the most ordinary situations.
In conclusion, deja vu remains a mysterious phenomenon, which scientists of the whole world have been studying for a long time and almost without result. It is still unclear why there are people who have never experienced this feeling in their life. In addition, the appearance of the effect is associated with the brain, so various kinds of interference can lead to terrible consequences. Therefore, all theories and assumptions are based only on the feelings and impressions of the subjects.