Biomedical Science & Research Journals | Déjà vu

Deja vu is mostly misunderstood because of preconceived notions. The best observers are teenagers because of their untrammelled powers of observation. They know that it is indeed something seen before because they can recall the dream in which it occurred. The classic Deja vu consists of very trivial events. Yet the fact that it has happened in an earlier dream demonstrates that dreams are the blueprint of waking. Certainly, we confirm this in everyday phrases like, “It’s a dream come true”, or “I never dreamt that this would happen”! In spite of this we often exclaim, “I had a weird dream” without realising that weird harks back to Shakespeare: The Three Weird Sisters, the counterparts of the Three Fates, Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos, thus once again incognisantly confirming that we are all in the hands of fate.

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