Deja Vu – Seeing The Future

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Deja vu, is a term that was first coined by the French psychic researcher, Emile Boirac. Deja vu means ‘already seen’ – and is also called ‘paramnesia’. Deja vu is often used to describe the feeling that comes over you, when you are in a situation that you feel like you’ve been in before, but haven’t. It is a sensation that can be triggered by visiting somewhere for the first time.

Or having a conversation with someone. This feeling can be incredibly strong, often giving people cause to stop in their tracks. They rack their brains to try to remember if it is something that has actually happened. And when they realize that it hasn’t, it can be very disconcerting.

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Rebuilding Your Life

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As human beings we are all creatures of habit and routine. Though we may yearn at times for things to liven up a little, or for some excitement to occur. That is why when we experience great change and adversity; such as a relationship breaking down; a job loss; serious illness or bereavement It can feel as if our whole world has been turned upside down.

The frightening thing about these types of situations, is that the individual feels they no longer have any control over their lives. Life has sped up and not in a good way. Whilst it is true that we can be overtaken by unexpected events. It is not true that we don’t have any control over them. Because we do. Though we cannot change what is happening, we can control how we choose to ‘react’ to it.

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Forward Thinking

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A forward thinking person, is someone who not only can be defined as an individual who plans for the future. But could also be described as a ‘Visionary’. Someone who believes they have a purpose in life. Or has a vision they believe in for the future. A future that they would like to see, come to fruition. This vision can stretch from encompassing themselves and their loved ones. To the whole world.

Spiritually, we often talk about not living in the past or worrying about the future. That the only thing that is of real importance, is what is happening here and now, in the present. While I believe this to be true from a mindfulness and awareness of life point of view. It does not mean that we cannot make plans for the future.

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Predicting The Future

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What does the future hold for us? This is something that most of us think about and some of us worry about. We don’t know what is going to happen in the future so we do all that we can to protect ourselves, should our circumstances change for the worse: we take out insurance, in case we get burgled, and we put money aside for a ‘rainy day’. If you are constantly worrying about the future, then try to change your thinking so it is more positive and consider visiting a psychic, as they may be able to help reassure you. A good psychic will be able to predict some of the things that are destined for you; some can predict years ahead, while others will be able to give you a detailed reading for the next few months. Either way, it will help you to realize that the future isn’t something to fear.

Divination, or predicting the future, has been around since the dawn of time – there are passages in the bible that talk about prophets and seers and, in ancient Greece, people visited an oracle, who told them their future in exchange for large sums of money. Nowadays, you can visit a psychic or a medium. A psychic will focus more on divination and a medium will predict your future by communicating with spirits, or your deceased relatives. A reading from a medium may not be as focused on your future, as spirits will give the medium a lot of information from your past, so you will know that the information they tell you about the future is likely to be true. A psychic reading will probably be better, if you want to know what’s in store for you in the future. Mediums are best if you wish to speak with a deceased relative and gain some comfort from this.

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