posted on Sep, 11 2013 @ 10:16 PM
I'm sorry you find that to be denigrating, but I can't lie, I did think about it as a child and adolescent and used to think about it frequently,
and I'm unsure how you can see it as duplicitous as I still like it as an idea now.
The post was meant as a thought, or an idea which i don't expect people to agree or disagree. It's not something that should be taken personally.
THIS, is how and why, I think what I do about your post:
This is what you wrote:
I do wonder if some delusions/psychoses may come about due to these psychological techniques being appied, people delving back to thoughts and
day-dreams from when they were children as a distraction from emotional trauma. If doing so has a positive effect it may be frequently utilised, and
over time the thoughts become more lucid. It may even develop into brief dissociated states of 'acting out' the day-dreams (psychoses).
So, I DO WONDER, if you are calling the rest of us who experience this as adults, as suffering a psychotic break, while your judgement as to that,
frees you, as you only experienced it as a child.
This is why I've singled this post out, and called it duplicitous: for you are seeming to be in sympathy, while still denying it and labelling it as
This is what I define as duplicitous. Sorry.
I calls it as I sees it. Frequently, this is not popular, but I care not for popularity. It's fairly simple, my estimation, rendered in that
I'm an adult and not psychotic, though this isn't personal. Just speaking to the very large group you've labelled with your post as "psychotic"
for their revelations, within, at the age of adulthood.