Jamais vu is a French term meaning “never seen.” It is the opposite of deja vu. (We associate it with amnesia or epilepsy.) Jamais vu usually means not recognizing a word or person you have seen before.
I associate it with seeing or experiencing something I have seen before, but in a new way.
To me it means seeing anything anew. If you view something you have seen many times, but view it in a new way, with fresh eyes, we could call that jamais vu.
This is not French language lesson. It is a challenge.
Be childlike. Be a fool.
Challenge #1: Choose an aspect of your job and view it in a new way. Become an outsider. Pretend you have never seen it or heard of it before.
If you actually saw the situation for the first time, what might you want to know? Ask some questions to help you understand it.
Challenge #2: view a relationship in a new way. For example: if you were meeting your spouse for the first time on a blind date, what would you ask? What would you say to impress? Most importantly, what communication patterns would you strive to create? (i.e. which of your current negative patterns would you avoid developing?)
::: Be fierce. Be kind. Be knowledge-hungry. :::