What is Deja Vu?

For years it has bothered me what it was. You hear it in conversation all the time. And when I was 20 years old and started asking more in-depth questions I got the answer.

Deja Vu is not when your past life meets this life, (it isn’t scientifically possible for it to be past life meets present life because how would you explain if your Deja Vu was you driving a modern car on a street that neither existed at the time of your past life?) it is neither a Parallel Universe thing either. Spirit have told me emphatically it isn’t possible for us to live Multiple lives at once because we only have One Soul. That One Soul can’t live multiple lives at any one time. I

So what is Deja Vu? It is when you’re in your dream state and you have premonitions. We have all had dreams where ‘you know you dreamed something but can’t remember what it was’

We have them regularly and we have them because when we are in dream state we are in Spirit state and Spirit know everything. They know the past, present and future. And when we are in Dream State and our soul is Astral Traveling we are seeing our futures, sometimes immediate future, sometimes distant future. But all Dreams are precognitive anyway.

All dreams MEAN something but it is only when we are in a dream state we know what they mean. When we wake up we have no idea. Well…..some of us don’t. Most of us don’t.

So why is it only the silly things we remember when we are awake? Why are we remembering sitting in the car at lights with a certain song on the radio with the same conversation taking place? And not great moments of our life time? It’s simple.

In the Spirit Realm there is no time. Time is no concept in the realms of the dead so we are shown every single thing in an 20 minute instant while we are in Spirit State, the things we remember are the ones we have Deja Vu about.

We only every have deep sleep for about 20 minutes at any one time. We always wake up after a dream and only remember the dreams in colour. Colour dreams are rare, hence why we remember them. Because we might be shown an entire life time in that 20 minutes, it is the boring, inconsequential things we remember in our awake state. But it is because we aren’t meant to remember the important stuff because the big things in life are the ones we are to learn our biggest lessons from.

So there you go. That is Deja Vu. And while most people like me were running around trying to make money and get recognition for their gifts, I was being a nerd, girly swat (nerd) and asking those sorts of questions lol It seems such a shame that people with gifts don’t stop to ask questions to Spirit because they are an eternal source of knowledge and it’s why I get so offended when I see people doing the ‘put your hand here, it’s a cold spot, that’s a spirit’ nonsense. As if Spirits are going to let you stand like a fool putting your hands through their energy lol Would you do that to someone who was living? You’d probably get a punch.

15 thoughts on “What is Deja Vu?

  1. I always have the weirdest dreams, It drives me crazy when I can’t remember them. Like a few days ago, I had a dream that I redid my room or something and there where books my mom gave me on my shelf and I read the back off the book and it was a REALLY good idea for a book but now I can’t remember it! I wanted to write a story. :/
    ~Rebecca

    • Your dream actually means your feeling loved and content in your new home, and you may actually be finding yourself learning or gaining new experiences or knowledge or growth because of the move. Buildings and rooms always represent yourself and how you see yourself, the book and your Mum all mean happiness and gaining in knowledge or new experiences coming because of the way you feel. Maybe moving has given you confidence because you feel so relaxed and content in your new room. Or it has opened up new possibilities for you that you wouldn’t have gotten at the other house.

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      • I do, my kitchen is 4 times the size of my old one, the boys have a play room which means no mess in the lounge and it’s only 5 mins from my husbands work so he is home early every single night compared to the last house. It’s really lovely here. Just wish the shower was better, it keeps running cold.

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      • Our new shower’s water pressure is a little to hard sometimes, but at least it’s warmer than our last house’s shower! We don’t have a kitchen in our new house… just some counters and a small hot plate and microwave in the living room!
        ~Rebecca

  2. No, we rent a house with my dad’s friend, it was built in the late 70’s early 80’s maybe? We get the basement (which is great besides the ants) and he gets the top. he is really nice, first he said we could move in upstairs and he would live in the basement! We told his it’s a great offer but it’s his house and he deserves to live upstairs, so now we live downstairs. I will have a video of it up soon
    ~Rebecca

    • excellent, I can’t wait to see it. I hear that has become quite popular in the US now. Multi living. They have been doing it in Germany for years. It’s usually multi generational families but what is happening is because of the hard economic times people are giving up their houses and  moving in to one big house together. They go halfs, quaters, fifths on everything and it is so much cheaper than paying rent or a mortgage. Everyone wins as it’s less work to maintain and less on the pocket and people are actually managing to save money again. Plus you have protection and security. I think it’s a brilliant idea. I honestly can’t wait to see your basement. American houses are just so beautiful and I can’t wait to live there one day with a big American style house. With your basements and stuff. How are Beccas bunch doing? Are they all settled in? (that’s your pets by the way lol).

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      • interesting, I kind of like living with other people it’s like an apartment, but really nice! hah! Nana is loving it, she is comfy and acting like herself, she and mittens love sitting on the windows and watching the yard. Daisy gets so excited when my dads friend comes home, and she loves all the attention she gets. The yard is pretty, it’s shaded by trees, and the trees block the view of the tar road. The only thing I hate is that there are stickers all over the yard. (pokey little balls that if you step on them… it hurts!)
        ~Rebecca

      • aawwwww bless. I bet Miss Daisy is loving all that loved, she has a following on WordPress so I can imagine she has fans there too. We really are lucky though. I’ve heard some stories about pets that have either run away or just never settled in new houses they have been moved to. But I think it’s a sign of trust. If your pets trust you and feel safe with you they won’t freak out in a new house. I know with Ghibli once the movers have left and we shut the doors and let him out of his cage, he is happy once he see’s our furniture and can smell the family scent. I do yell when he tries to trip me up going down the stairs but my Moggy is a goodin. He’s never been any trouble and we have moved A LOT!!!

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      • lol, the cats trip me all the time, It’s a cat thing I guess! I trust them 100% & they trust me back, Mittens freaked in the car (she can’t see out the window) and got a tad car sick, Nana puked once we got there… they aren’t good with traveling. Nana is all better now!
        ~Rebecca

      • oh the poor things, Ghibli peed on me lol all down my leg and the worst bit was I couldn’t change because my clothes in in the removal truck and I couldn’t get to unpack clean pants for 4 hours lol I use Garlic on my son who gets terrible car sick, I cut it so the juice is there, and rub it on his wrists and behind his ears, it is fantastic, never hasn’t worked. I wonder if it works for cats? lol

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      • if you don’t like the smell of garlic holding ginger does the same thing. Just holding it. You could maybe try and place some under their cage liners or something.

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