posted on Aug, 25 2013 @ 04:30 PM
The dominant theory is too much dopamine. I have had a psychosis. But I'm not diagnosed with schizophrenia. I'm diagnosed with psychosis, nothing
less, nothing more.
Luckily people understand here that schizophrenia isn't about having several personalities. However, some people got the assumption that people who
are vulnerable to psychosis are always psychotic. Well no. Some schizophrenics however are always in a psychotic state.
Psychosis can be triggered by stress. That it's triggered by drugs makes sense, because with drugs you alter your hormone receptors, for example the
I'm interested in the Imprinted brain theory
and other theories, because the one in hundred makes it as if it has a evolutionary basis. It
means psychosis is somehow involved with reproduction otherwise it would have been weeded out. I can't explain it very well, but I'm not making that
up evolutionary psychologists say so. See:
Given the high numbers of individuals afflicted with schizophrenia (nearly 1% of modern-day populations), it is unlikely that the disorder has
arisen solely from random mutations.
I think psychosis can be self-induced if you are capable of it. In fact I think I did this. I listened to Ali Muhammad and repeated it before sleeping
to get more confident. One day I felt very confident and felt highly euphoric.
I wouldn't be surprised if certain warriors, like the Germanic bersekers, had rituals and maybe used certain chemicals to induce (some sort of)
What's also interesting is that psychosis triggers around a certain age.
My psychosis, it fascinates me, because before it I wanted to achieve certain things and the psychosis was the perfect way to achieve this. It was the
perfect plan in a way. Sounds crazy? It is.