posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 02:03 PM
a reply to: Kandinsky
I understand what you're saying.
I think it is fascinating. There is such a long way to go, yet so much has already been covered! When I was in grad school 15 years ago we went to
the Glore Psychiatric Museum for a private tour. Some scary "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" real life relics there.
I think it's kind of exciting, really - how the brain/mind/consciousness connection works; what causes madness (please note: depression is not
"madness" - depression is a mood disorder, not a psychosis)
I mean, the suffering is not 'exciting' - just the field itself, the quantum vis a vis psychological/psi stuff....
psychology isn't easy and simple. It's the final frontier, I think. Psi isn't even recognized among some people!
Yet - there it is.
Truly interesting. And by the way, the Buddhist/Taoist way of thinking is definitely worth looking into
for any person who was raised in
"Western" ideologies - particularly Abrahamic traditions - so that they can be aware of other methodologies that aren't so judgmental and hopeless and
self-loathing (guilt being assumed, you know, until proven innocent - such an untenable position, esp. when one does not understand "the rules" of the
game. Or even if they imagine they do, lacks the equipment, tooling, and data to succeed.
edit on 4/25/2016 by BuzzyWigs because: (no reason given)