Originally Posted by Jane Doe
Every client, eh? Coincidence? Correlation? I actually had a serious psychological episode. During that time, I saw UFOs. A psychologist might say they were hallucinations and that I was delusional. Maybe you shouldn't believe me because I'm crazy and everything, but it takes a certain STATE OF MIND to see certain things. And people have had mental "disorders" forever. We only recently started assigning people diseases and complexes and telling them they can take a pill to "fix" their brain. There is nothing wrong with my brain. There is nothing more false about my perception than there is about your perception. I went crazy once and didn't sleep for weeks. During that time, I saw UFOs and experienced too many "coincidences" to count. But my mind state was somehow "not valid," according to the Western world, so my experience is somehow "not valid" as well. This is straight up ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥.
I tend to think that being in those states of mind makes us more sensitive to perceive things that are infact there, but the majority are too distracted and covered over and de-sensitized to be able to see them, so it's just easier and more comfortable for them to write anyone who says otherwise off as being nuts! So I agree with you and from my own experiences, there is definately something to that.