Black Spirituality Religion : Deja Vu: From An African Centered Perspective

Jahari Kavi

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It happens to all of us, but recently I've been taking this phenomena more seriously.
I always would brush it off in the past as nonsense (probably because of my eurocentric
thinking), but I am really wanting to know more about Deja Vu from an African/Indigenous perspective. Please share your thoughts.....thank you.
 

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I am not aware that deja vu is an African concept so I would like to know as well.
 

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Yeah...everytime I look it up, I only see white psychologists speaking on it...didn't know if there were African centered concepts that speak on it...........
 

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