Deja vu

Rod Stewart and Déjà Vu

What was your last sense of Déjà Vu?

Hi Laurie

I have been having deja vu experiences since I was a small child.
The last one about 5 days ago, standing in the kitchen having a conversation with Ailsa, and knowing exactly the sequence of events to come – lasted about 3 seconds.

I am highly intuitive, and I have learned to trust my intuitions in most situations, and my meta intuition says that deja vu is just our mind’s ability to predict working overtime.

Nothing profound has ever occurred as a result of these deja vus, and some of them have left powerful emotional associations in my brain – like one I had at about age 8 driving through Hunterville in the North Island. I still get a strong emotional response whenever I drive through that town.

Glad your check was all clear.
The sooner we get antibody specific checks for breast cancer the better, the stats on using xrays are that they are almost as likely to give you cancer as they are to pick up one that is dangerous in time to do something about it. It is a marginal technology (but great for broken bones); though very profitable because of the high usage in cancer screening.

There is that profit motive again – working against our real interests, as it so often does!

About Ted Howard NZ

Seems like I might be a cancer survivor. Thinking about the systemic incentives within the world we find ourselves in, and how we might adjust them to provide an environment that supports everyone (no exceptions) - see
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