posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 08:24 PM
Fear not! You are not alone.
Remember that your physiology changes when your diet changes, and that your brain is a physical thing. Some of what you are experiencing can
be attributed to less 'unusual' stimulus than what you might be inclined to be contemplating. Melatonin, serotonin, and many others may be at play
in your experiences, making things more 'confusing' than they may be. This is no diagnosis, just a point to consider.
Your feelings cannot lie, if they did, it wouldn't be you. Keep in touch with your doctor/dietitian, they will need to know of this if they are to
be of any help to you.
This is not intended to be 'professional' advice. You may be genuinely developing a perceptive ability, or empathic sensitivity you are
unaccustomed to. Try not to alarm yourself over the matter. A friend of mine used to say, "If it gets freaky remember, this isn't you, it's
something that's happening to you. That means you can deal with it, all you have to do is to remember to try."