1. Déjà Vu
Déjà Vu is the feeling when we are sure never experienced or witnessed an event before, you felt the incident had never happened and over and over again. This was followed by a familiar feeling strong, fear and feeling strange. Sometimes "previous incident" was associated with a dream, but sometimes there is a sense that steady if the incident actually occurred in the past.
2. Déjà vécu
Déjà vécu is a stronger feeling of déjà vu. Déjà Vu if we had had never seen anything before, but the déjà vécu we will know much more detail of the event, such as remembering the smell and the sounds on the incident.
3. Déjà visite
Déjà visite is an unusual feeling which we feel we know a place where previously we never visiting the place. If déjà vu associated with the event, while déjà visite with regard to place or geography. Nathaniel Hawthorne in his book entitled "Our Old Home" tells the story when he visited the ruins of a castle, suddenly felt that she was very familiar with the layout of the castle for the first time he attended it. Later he realized that years earlier he had read a poem written by Alexander Pope that describes in detail the castle.
4. Déjà Senti
Déjà Senti is the phenomenon of "never felt" something. It happened like this example: "You feel once said something in mind 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" .
5. Jamais Vu
Jamais Vu (never seen / experienced) is the opposite of déjà vu. So you're not familiar with a situation when you are convinced that you previously never been there. Confused? Here's a trivial: a sudden you do not know people, words, or place before you know. In experiments conducted Chris Moulin on 92 people who were told to write the word "door" 30 times in 60 seconds turned out 68 people experience symptoms Jamais Vu, which felt that the "door" it was not even a word. Yes Jamais Vu diagnosed as "brain fatigue".
6. Presque Vu
Presque Vu is a strong feeling that you will experience an epiphany. Epiphany is extremely rare. Presque Vu means "almost seen" and the sensation can be very confusing and strange.
7. L'esprit de l'Escalier
L'esprit de l'Escalier is when we feel could do something better in a situation after it happened. For example like this: You're a football player, a penalty when you kick the ball to the left side and was successfully blocked by the goalkeeper. Suddenly your mind says, "Ahh, I actually had been convinced that is definitely a goal kick to the right!" So L'esprit de l'Escalier is a sense of regret not doing the opposite of a previous event.