posted on Feb, 20 2008 @ 10:02 AM
Paranoia is by definition not being aware. It's when you're connecting dots that don't exist, due to reasons that have not basis in observed fact.
If you think your neighbour is talking about you, and you have no evidence to support it, then you're being paranoid. Being aware doesn't even
come into this. If you've got some sort of higher awareness super-ability, then you should be able to document your feelings and perform a
scientific test on them.
If person A says something and person B says they're paranoid, it's most likely because person A hasn't demonstrated any evidence that suggests
they're correct. Person C might chime in and say "oh that's spot-on!", but then they've forsaken the need for evidence in order to believe
something they want to.
But as they say, just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not after you