posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 02:05 AM
reply to post by UnixFE
There are a variety of interesting perspectives on schizophrenia.
Aldous Huxley in his book "the doors of perception" parenthetically discusses the relationship of his experiences on '___' with the depersonalization
experienced by schizophrenics (hearing voices is only one symptom; there are others).
In my opinion, the schizophrenic experiences reality topsy turvy. Instead of being rooted in an individual personality that interacts with the
physical reality, he seems to be an individual personality experiencing reality from a for more expansive state of awareness. Hence, the common
experience of the schizophrenic feeling "objectified"
Everything, instead of being experienced from the subjective perspective, is experienced from the objective perspective. A thought becomes 'someones
thinking', or a feeling becomes 'someones' feeling. It's not the first person I who thinks and feels, but the "schism" between the individual and the
perception of someone else thinking and feeling creates this separation in consciousness from the thinker and the thought.
Now, if these frequencies you mention contain spiritual information, or stimuli, it's possible that the schizophrenic - who experiences the world from
the opposite perspective from the normal subjective viewpoint - is in fact entraining information within the collective 'unconscious' atmosphere.
Being rooted in a depersonalized, objectified, perhaps, 'godhead' state of being, he picks these frequencies up.
But also, and more often then not, he is experiencing his own emotions and thoughts as 'things in themselves'.
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