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My experience is also very different from what was mentioned in the article.
I do not feel but I know that I have had that experience before and like you, I know specific words or even the outcome. It is more than a feeling to me. I know that I have had that experience. One of my deja vu, I was able to change the outcome because I knew that it would have ended up badly.
I believe that a deja vu confirms where I have to be in that point in my life. I have one or two at least every year. If I do not experience one, then I know that I am not where I am suppose to be in life.
In my entire life, I have never met anyone else who has experienced a deja vu.
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