I remember when I have deja-vu very well, and I am quite used to it normally. I have experienced it since I was very young. A few of these events seem to stick in my mind, mostly what it's about when it happens .
A few minutes ago, I was reading my old blogs, and right as I was returning to the homepage, I sank into deja-vu, lasting a few seconds as usual. Only it was surrounding an event chain that I had deja-vu-(ed?) about a year and a half ago, when I originally signed up on a social site. It was exactly the same as the last time and as the time before that. What I can't quite grip correctly is the fact that I can't remember ever being in that exact situation before the one that just happened. This event chain (me returning to the homepage after finishing a blog and re-reading others) happened once, here, just now. So why am I having a seemingly DOUBLE deja-vu about this same event, from years ago? something that (couldn't have) happened exactly the same way as the original(?) sequence that I just experienced?
I was looking at the rose picture right after I clicked home and It hit me as the page loaded. I thought I might have started falling out of my chair from the vivid depth of this double deja-vu. I had never felt one so engaging.
I suppose its merely a momentary chemical imbalance then eh? That is acceptable, I'm kinda concerned about the severity of it. I'm a bit more awake now and I remember it well. I can describe it metaphorically now:
It's like I was rising up into the atmosphere, from inside a very tall building. When I reached the roof in this vertical tunnel (the normal s.o.p. of deja-vu for me, which I usually sit at for about a second before falling) I crashed trough it and climbed further, faster into the outer reaches where the air is thin and cold, with no clouds. I then topped out and started to fall. I descended in a blur back down into normal, active, not brain-tumored(?) consciousness. This whole 'episode' lasted about 10 seconds. It wasn't anything like a blackout, more like a whiteout of a deja-vu. And the feeling of repeating memory was very disorienting, like re-writing something that was never written.
I have the same thing happen but the first time is always I and a dream, sometimes its just an exact match to what I'm doing and thinking that it's scary because I'll try to change it and then realize it was supposed to be that way anyways. but for me it's kind of weird because sometimes it feels more like some fantasy my brain made up for me to believe because I've had it where my om will be telling me something and I remember it and recite exactly what she's going to say in my head before she says it, and it isn't a phrase or something she says all the time! weird huh?
Scientific explanation for deja-vu...it's a short-circuit in the brain that makes you think you've experienced something before, when really, you're only doing it for the first time.
that happend to me too like almost a dream but...not?!