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posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:05 PM
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reply to post by menguard
 


I think you are right, but I also think that there is a higher degree of awareness overarching the "manifestation" which is capable of distinguishing and re-integrating it, bringing needed peace of mind and equnimity. It is only a dis ease, if there is dis ease. If it's healthy, vital, and wholly positive, then it wouldn't be a problem. If I were him, I'd want to be rid of it too, but since we cannot get "rid" of anything, only awareness, increasing conscious awareness, can serve as the antidote. I think it can be enveloped by greater awareness and compassion, and in the process, completely dissolved.

Edit: Even if it's a ghost or something or things from other dimensions or areas of "the matrix" - disolved by awareness, unto complete peace of mind, and equanimity.

Uniceft17 - see my last post for a three pronged approach to dealing with this thing once and for all time. Best Regards, OmegaPoint

[edit on 27-7-2009 by OmegaPoint]




posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:06 PM
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Originally posted by grapesofraft

Originally posted by Geladinhu
Don't take any medications that you don't really know what it is or what could do to you. Don't believe in the "experts", do your own research.

We all see, hear and feel things. It's not unnatural to see, hear and feel things that no one else does. It happens with everyone but most people simply discard those experiences because of fear of being rejected.

You are not crazier than anyone else, believe in yourself!


Please dont listen to this as it is not true. It is unnatural to hear voices and see things that others do not. Healthy people dont generally see or hear things that are not there or that others do not.


Um, ghosts are Natural dude. Once you see one and feel the vibrations it causes when it beats on something near you, you will CRAP your PANTS!!!

They are not super natural, they are only natural!

I will have to suggest to not listen to you! lol Sorry, although I do agree with you almost all the time, I do not here hehe



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:07 PM
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Aaaah. Another beautiful Divine Schizophrenic. As we all are! I have no advice. I have only practice. Practice watching the sounds, the voices, the faces and the smells. No matter how fractal and fractured, they are still just objects in your awareness and YOU,........You are not that. Rest in the Watcher, the Witness, that still pond within you observing all manner of phenomena inward and outward. Simply rest in this Pure Witness and you are fine as you have always been fine. When weren't you?

=)Namaste

Erik



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:08 PM
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How can you know what is really there or what is really not there?
No one can tell you what is there or not besides yourself!
You are the only one that knows about your experience!

Each person has its own doing. Don't do your doing just because other people do it to. Do your doing because you love doing it!



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:08 PM
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Originally posted by danielsil18
reply to post by grapesofraft
 




Healthy people dont generally see or hear things that are not there or that others do not.


People that see ghosts are not "healthy"?


Anyone can see a ghost, as far as I am concerned it is totally random!

And I truly believe it can happen to anyone at anytime!



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:11 PM
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This is very VERY good advice, and precisely what you would find outlined and illiminated in Eckhart Tolle's "The Power of Now".



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:13 PM
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I don't have the knowledge base to evaluate your mental health, nor do I think anyone does based solely upon your thread.

I applaud you for having the sand to so clearly state what you are feeling. I think in your shoes, I'd be inclined to write down the mathematical things that you hear. If nothing else, that might give you something measurable to then take to a mental health professional.

I wish you clarity and understanding, and offer you a friendly ear.

peace



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:14 PM
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Anyone can see a ghost, as far as I am concerned it is totally random!


Anyone can see them if the ghost tries to show himself to you. But there are some people that somehow can see them all the time.

That's when their Brow Chakra is open.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:15 PM
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Hey there,

First of all, and most importantly, please don't be afraid. There's nothing to be afraid of.

My advice is this: seek out a medical professional that deals with mental health exclusively, not just a general practitioner doctor. Find a local professional who doesn't just prescribe medication, find one that deals in alternative therapies too.

Unfortunately, in our society mental illness carries an undeserved stigma. That is what drives the fear we feel when we feel as though we are losing our minds.

Approach this logically, develop a well-rounded treatment plan with your mental health practitioner, and don't be afraid.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by sunshadow
yea i suffer from a hallucinatory condition. It affects my hearing, thinking, and seeing too. The only thing I can say is yea go see a psychologist, get on the medication and see if that will help.


I am so skeptical of this, simply because even after taking "hallucination causing drugs" I still did not see anything major or significant. Just melty or wavy-ness.

I do not believe in "major" hallucinations at all. Prove it. You cant, it is impossible to prove.

There are no TV shows called "Hallucination Hunters" either, for that matter. Hehehe

But Ghosts do exist, and can be proven (in the near future) as I have seen one myself and know without a doubt and have personal proof in my experience that they exist and are physically real and capable of touching physical objects.

So whatever it is you think you are seeing, It must be real to some extent. Although I would like to investigate it so I could determine exactly what it is you are personally seeing sunshadow. Set up a camera or something. Use IR mode if possible.

Test the electromagnetic spectrum when the event occurs.

Taking drugs that even the psychologists do not understand fully is extremely dangerous. Setting up a camera ? Not so dangerous.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:20 PM
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Originally posted by Geladinhu
reply to post by grapesofraft
 


How can you know what is really there or what is really not there?
No one can tell you what is there or not besides yourself!
You are the only one that knows about your experience!

Each person has its own doing. Don't do your doing just because other people do it to. Do your doing because you love doing it!


You can know what is there by testing it. Ask other people if they see it. Try to touch it. ETC!

According to your lines of thinking nobody has mental illness. Maybe we should let everyone loose and take them off of their drugs. When they harm themselves or others then people like you will be running around saying why didnt they do something to prevent this.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:21 PM
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Here is a way to prove you are seeing things. Although it is primitive and clunky and probably painful at this point in our early history, it would actually prove to us what you see.

If your hallucinating, it will prove it.

If your seeing ghosts, it will prove it.

en.wikipedia.org...–computer_interface

The Brain- Computer Interface.

I am like 99% sure this will work. But do you really want to drill a hole into your head and have a computer hooked up to it 24/7 just to prove this to anyone? Probably not


Dang link does not work.

Go to Wikipedia and type in "Brain-computer_interface" (or without the hyphen and underscore)

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posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:21 PM
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This is probably one of the worst places on the internet to ask such a question as you can see from the replies.I suggest you sign up to a forum with people who are mentally ill with schizophrenia or other issues.You may or may not be ill,but im sure people who are dealing with such issues or who have overcome them will have a good idea of the first stages and could relate to what you are experiencing.You should go from there and if you are worried from the replies ie can relate to people dealing with the illness go and see a doctor.Good luck!



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posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:23 PM
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I knew some one who had schizophrenia he heard voices in his head.He knew there was something wrong with him.Go to a doctor.Another explanation might be a haunting.I've had similar experiences to you seeing black shadows and feeling like someone was behind me in a friends house. He had to leave as his girlfriend was pushed down the stairs and all the screws were pulled out of the window frame and placed on the bed.Haunting can also produce noise at another friends house they heard children playing coming from the living room there was no one in there.So go to a doctor first if that fails go to a psychic.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:24 PM
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Jomina has given some very good advice. I work with people who suffer every mental illness imaginable. My experience with this is that sometimes people are actually tapped into a higher degree of reality than most. Einstein and Tesla both admitted to receiving information that entered their brain so to speak.

So consider your options in speaking with mental health experts such as a pyschologist or psychiatrist and also consider visiting a person that is a true clairvoyant. Most are not, so this may prove difficult.

In men schizophrenia surfaces between the age of 17 and 28. In women it is between 25 and 38. If you find that a specialist would like to put you on some medication, go and get a second opinion.

I grew up seeing and hearing a lot of things and discovered that I was an open antennae. There is a veil that conceals the majority of reality from most people but for some of us that veil is lifted and we see and perceive a lot more than the people around us. So do not disregard the possibility that perhaps you have been opened as suggested by Jomina, but go and seek some counselling from a professional and get a mental health assessment. As someone else stated, mental illness is just like anything else. It may be as simple as medication if that is indeed what you are in need of.

Or it may be that you are seeing beyond the veil. The woman you keep seeing sounds like an attack however. If that is the case there could be other reasons why this is happening to you.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:25 PM
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Not everything experienceable is testable.
You may try to recreate the event, but that is not really testing it, is it? Its more like pushing your mental illness a little bit further, right?


And you got it! Nobody has mental illness. Free the beasts and let them be!
At least someone will be being, right?



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:28 PM
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When I hallucinate my eyes go all weird and what I see through them is another place. So I'm not seeing things in this reality, rather im being introduced to another reality altogether, if that makes sense.



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:32 PM
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Originally posted by sunshadow
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When I hallucinate my eyes go all weird and what I see through them is another place. So I'm not seeing things in this reality, rather im being introduced to another reality altogether, if that makes sense.


Hook up a brain computer interface and show us, if you care. I personally would love to see it on a computer screen.

But you may want to wait another 20-30years so they can develop the technology further so they do not have to actually drill a hole into your skull, because that sounds kinda painful just to prove something silly. (But I still wanna see it just to know.)



posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:35 PM
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Originally posted by Geladinhu
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Not everything experienceable is testable.


I Disagree. I firmly believe that everything expieriencable is testable and provable.

But we are a very primitive species and our technology is clunky and archaic, so we will have to wait a few more decades before we really begin to refine our science enough to prove these things once and for all and slap it in a science book.

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posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 08:37 PM
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i'll pass on that one lol





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