a day would be nice enough
a week could do
a year ?
Next Moment:whistling:Please Sire
I think its all just a matter of Deja vu. Hang on Iv written this before.
Of course. I wonder why I, and others, have not thought of that! Now you point it out, what could be more obvious? And, what I especially like about your explanation is that it raises no problem of its own. Especially problems greater than those it is supposed to explain.
Have you forgotten you're in the metaphysics forum? What I like is how you are continually oblivious to the context of the posts that you nitpick. Ignorance is bliss huh? Or you just like provoking people...
You mean that in a metaphysics forum it is acceptable to give replies to questions that are harder to make sense of than the questions to which they were replies? How is that criticism nitpicking?
So, in metaphysics, the goal is to give replies that make less sense than what they are replies too? Who would have guessed? I would have thought that the point of giving an explanation (even in metaphysics) was to make sense of something that did not make sense as it was. I did not know that metaphysics had a special exemption from this requirement. The criticism that someone explained the obscure by the more obscure, which is considered a criticism everywhere else, is not one when it comes to metaphysics? How did that happen?
First of all, my explanation is not too obscure, if you've read certain works by Huxley, or in Eastern philosophies, which I believe would qualify as "metaphysics". If you're not familiar with the metaphysical idea of a universal mind, then you can do some more reading. I don't personally believe in this idea, if you're wondering, but it is metaphysical. Are you denying this?
Second, I'm still waiting for your grand theory on Deja Vu, or for you to have the balls to ever offer your own explanation on anything rather than just pick apart the posts of others, using any means necessary (even picking at grammar errors, which is decisively childish).
I suppose that in your delusions of grandeur you are attempting to imitate Socrates; you are the stinging gadfly in the side of this forum, are you not? The difference is that Socrates was actually engaging in philosophical discourse, while you are simply trolling for some type of emotional response.
What would make you or anyone believe it was a philosophical or metaphysical issue when it is patently a physio-psychological issue?
How could I have a theory of it? I am neither a physiologist nor a psychologist.
I don't know, but here it is in the metaphysics forum and not in any forum having to do with psychology or physiology. Hence, the "context" I spoke of earlier, which you seem to ignore.
So then you are admitting you are only responding to this thread in order to pick apart others' contributions? Because, you have nothing to offer on the subject yourself...
So, let's here it then, no argument - only opinion. Nobody knows, do they???
Thank you all, and fruit moderately.
We all have different perceptions of life - have different levels of awareness. It is hard to comprehend the things another sees or feels if we do not see ourselves.
I can explain Deja vu as I can and do see through time. The furthest definate time frame I have seen through is 15yrs. I am at this point now that saw all that time ago. So I am frequently having that sensation of Deva vu - these are like land marks for me as I know what follows next. In seeing through time - the most important interpretaion comes from feel. Vision alone is not enough.
I suspect this applies to many of us that experience deja vu. In this sense many of us are able to 'slip' through time...from time to time!
Pay more attention to any of these moments and what follows. Things don't happen in isolations and everything happens for a reason.