The difference between someone who rejects thoughts of malevolence and someone who acts upon them to victimize one or more innocents, is often
characterized as "mental illness." The discarnate world overlaps our own and everyone is constantly influenced by those on the Other Side. The
people who are unstable psychologically, unprincipled spiritually, and who do not have the emotional strength and/or desire to reject a negative
influence, become an agent of evil for inferior spirits to work through. It happens all the time. Which is why it is common for a mass murderer/rapist
to claim that he was just acting upon the voices in his head. Those voices are not generated by their brains but represent the thoughts and feelings
of spiritually retarded people on the Other Side.
How do I know this?
I know this from my decades of experience in dealing with and in counseling people who have suffered from discarnate demonic attack.
The vast majority of the medical and psychoanalytical community do not recognize the discarnate demonic element - much less are prepared to deal with
it. So they just label the "disorder" with an impressive name and then drug-up the victim.
Part of the problem in understanding stems back to the Freudian paradigm. Sigmund Freud was an atheist who did not believe in life after life, life
before birth, and the discarnate dimensions. Consequently, all his psychoanalytical conclusions and psychological paradigm was distorted accordingly.
Those of us who are experienced in this area of life, in contrast to the Freudian paradigm, know that when we go to sleep at night, one part of our
brain does not "wake up" to create dreams for us. What really happens is that when one is resting, one becomes more receptive to telepathic
communication from discarnates that is usually clothed in symbolic representation (dreams). Most dreams are not spiritual or helpful because most of
the people on the Other Side are neither.
Another truth that Freud never considered, much less espoused, is that each and every thought that "just pops in there" is actually channeled from
Spirit, which includes ALL hallucinations.
The answers in dealing with and in preventing many of the "mental disorders" is to strengthen the body, mind and spirit. One does this by:
1. Striving to live by The Golden Rule:
2. Serving others;
3. Prayer and visualization techniques;
4. Meditation for mental clarity, self-healing, and to receive spiritual guidance/insight;
"Prayer is talking to God and meditation is listening to God."
5. Qigong for self-healing and centeredness;
6. Careful nutritional supplementation which includes lots of B-vitamins, calcium, lecithin, vitamin E and Omega-3.
7. Spiritual and self-education.
Many do a lot of the above now. But in the psychoanalytical and medical community at large, it is still too progressive.
Besides, it is more lucrative to pharmaceutical companies - as well as to doctors and therapists - to simply prescribe drugs to patients.
Everyone is responsible for their actions, and even their intentions.
[edit on 9-5-2006 by Paul_Richard]