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7 Strange Phenomena Occurring in the Human Mind


7 Strange Phenomena Occurring in the Human Mind
To influence a person's mind give. sometimes negatively affect the mind and bring the question mark? so it became a phenomenon. there are 7 major phenomena that occur in the human mind. 7 phenomenon will be discussed one by one in 7 Strange Phenomena Occurring in the human mind.


1. Deja vu

Deja vu is a particular experience will be an ongoing thing where you have experienced or seen the new situation previously - you feel as if the event had occurred or was repeated.

The experience is usually accompanied by intense feelings such as are familiar and a sense of form of horrors, foreign, or strange. Experience "previously" is usually associated with dreams, but occasionally there is a definite feeling that it's already happened in the past.


2. Deja Visite

Deja Visite is an experience that few people experience in which involves an uncanny knowledge of a new place. For example, you might never know the trails in a new city, you go or landscape though never been there before, and you believe it is impossible to have knowledge of it.

If Deja Visite about geographic relationships and space, while Deja Vecu is about events while. Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote about an experience like this in his book "Our Old Home" in which he visited a ruined castle and have a complete knowledge of the layout plan. He was later able to trace the experience in a poem written by Alexander Pope had read a few years later. The poem describes the state of the castle was accurately exactly as he knows.


3. Deja Senti

Déjà Senti is the phenomenon of "never felt" something. It happened like this example: "You are never said anything, dipikiran you say," Oh yes, I understand "or" Oh yes, I remember! "But 1 or 2 minutes later you will realize that you actually never said anything" . 


4. L esprit de l Escalier

L'esprit de l'escalier is suppose to think the children are savvy when it was too late to be delivered. The phrase can be used to describe the children quickly to insult, or any comments smart and witty, although his arrival was too late and useless.

A word from German treppenwitz used for the same purpose. The phrase is closest in English to describe this situation is "being wise after the event or to be wise after the event.

The event is usually accompanied by a feeling of regret for not thought of before to give an immediate reply comments as needed. But it might be wise if we thought that it might be merunyamkan response relationship. God menyintai the patient and restrained.


5. Prosopagnosia

Prosopagnosia is a phenomenon in which a person is unable to recognize the faces of people or objects that should have been known. People who have this disorder are usually able to use the other to recognize the feelings of people, like the smell of perfume person, shape or hairstyle, voice, or even their gait. A classic case of this mess contained in a book published in 1998 and never appear in the form of Michael Nyman opera titled "The man who mistook his wife for a hat or a sinner of his wife because of his hat."

We have some experience of a feeling, that comes to us for a while, from what we have said, done after he had said or done before, in a very long time ago - from the things around us, in the form of the past, with the same faces , objects, and circumstances - of our perfect knowledge of what will be said next, as if we suddenly remember it! - Charles Dickens.


6. Fregoli Delusion

Fregoli Delusion is a rare brain phenomenon in which a person believes that people are different, in fact the same person in disguise. It is often associated with paranoia and the belief that the person in disguise is trying to persecute him. The condition is named after Italian actor Leopoldo Fregoli known for his ability to change quickly for his acting performance.

The first report in 1927 in a case study on a 27-year-old woman who believed she was being persecuted by two actors are often seen in a theater. He believed that these people "pursued constantly by changing shape as the people he knew.


7. Capgras Delusion

Capgras delusion is the phenomenon in which a person believes that the best of friends or family have changed the identity of such a fraud. This is related to the ancient belief that the babies had been stolen and replaced by a fairy child abductors in fairy tales in medieval times, as a modern fantasy about aliens or aliens who take over the bodies of the people on earth to be their allies.

Fantasizing is found most commonly in patients with diseased souls, but did not rule it also has confused mind.

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