"De Javu", that is how people who feel that they have had a dream experienced something and it finally happened. Like meeting friends, getting something, until the little thing, namely slipping or falling. I myself once tried to ask a friend what he considered De Javu to be. The answer is that he is chatting with me right now De Javu. Until that much. Strange.
Departing from the definition created by some people, that it is a dream come true, finally, I myself had a wish to experience De Javu. For example, meeting the ideal man to be a life partner. That would be fun, I thought.
I had asked some of my friends about their experiences with De Javu. Most of the answers given were about "feeling like they have experienced an event in the past." There are also those who feel that the De Javu that he experienced is the result of a dream come true. However, the time between dream and reality is only a few days apart.
There is one that is even stranger. Some went to the point of explaining that he felt that while in his mother's womb, he had been informed about events in the past. This is what he understands as De Javu. Just imagine, events that are not real can create human minds.
De Javu or Hallucinations
From the various stories above, De Javu comes from a dream that is considered to be true. It can also be said that De Javu is almost similar to hallucinations, namely conditions that make us hear, see, and feel things that don't really exist.
Hallucinations can be experienced by humans of all ages. From small children to elderly people. But the hallucinations they experience are of different types with different causes and symptoms. With the definition of De Javu and the hallucinations above. Then, what about De Javu itself?
De Javu itself comes from French which means "can never see". The term De Javu was coined in 1876 by the French philosopher Emile Boirac to test the strong feelings you have about the experiences you now have had in the past. According to the Way of Goods, 70 percent of the human population has experienced De Javu. Especially for humans with an age range of 15 to 25 years.
In 2006, several scientists at the Leeds Memory Group said that they succeeded in creating a laboratory there. They use consent hypnosis to replace part of the brain recognition process. This uses two important processes that are carried out in the brain. Starting from the brain that will try to find "old files" in the memory to see if we have ever experienced this problem.
Then if the brain finds a suitable memory, an area separated from the brain will produce something familiar. In De Javu, the second part can be triggered by an accident. In addition, De Javu can also challenge the rhinal cortex, which is the area of the brain with which we become familiar.
Meanwhile, Hallucination itself means the sensations created by one's mind without any real source. people with hallucinations often have a strong belief that what they are experiencing is a real perception. so it often causes problems in everyday life.
From this explanation, we can conclude that what some people often feel today are actually only hallucinations, not De Javu. Humans tend to have prepared for events that will occur in the future by suggesting their brains. And the events in the past mentioned do not actually exist.
As has been explained by Dr. Anson, has attended his doctoral courses in neuropsychology and neuroanatomy. After that, he realized that there were millions of people who were struggling to find meaning about De Javu. That De Javu means already seen and can easily be described as feeling different from having experienced the current situation before. It might feel like a mixture of premonition and glimpses into the immediate future.
According to Scientist Allen Brown, who states about 70 percent of people report experiencing De Javu and it occurs more frequently in people aged 15 to 25 years. Of the five explanations given by Dr. Anson, it can be concluded that the more plausible explanation number five. It is said that De Javu happened because humans had planned an event in the future. As if our brains have been suggested to think about things that we will meet tomorrow. It is as if we already know the destiny that was originally outlined by the Creator.
One could be said to be De Javu if he was able to create distinct neural pathways that involved connecting real-time experiences and long-term memory areas of his brain. So as to make him believe what happened at that time was simultaneously remembered in the past.
Regardless of De Javu's unreality, what we need to know is that this is Normal. Almost everyone in this world has experienced De Javu. Do not worry. Enjoy De Javumu, be entertained by it.