Remembering tales like the one of John Nash, portrayed in A Beautiful Mind, and understanding the third divine state to be cognizant of the decentralized structure of the mind, we wonder if there’s an advantage or possibly a truth to schizophrenia.
Understanding the mind’s decentralized nature, (from the understanding of the third state, the state of purity, which I have also termed, “CAT”), it makes sense that perceiving differentiated personalities in one’s own mind would happen. I think usually it’s impractical to the problem at hand, which usually has to do with finding the missing light of singularity.
However, if the angels of the mind are really sentient and alive, wouldn’t you perceive communication (maybe not voices, maybe)? Does this mean you’re doing the thinking of at least several highly developed networks of being? How else do you think about something, “in the back of your head?” What if “the back of your head” could talk to you? Does it not technically do that already?
Who are these people we see in our dreams? I once woke in my sleep, eyes still closed, just removed from a dream, technically still dreaming, but instead of looking at the dream, I was looking at my brain, and I could see the different networks talking and communicating with one another.
The mind is made of differentiated networks who bear the same name; they’re all communicating, but what we perceive may be more of our priorities than whether or not hearing voices is abnormal.
What about voices of conflict, as this is a frequently reported effect of schizophrenia? We understand from prior lessons that there are both angels and demons, like helpful wires to connect outlets, but tangled as to be frustrating; these angels and demons exist in intelligence as well.
All demons are of Satan, the angel of need and misrepresentation, so what happens is the messages in the mind become misrepresented, triggering inaccurate responses that are misunderstood, and these cycles continue, often generating real demons due to the confusion. That’s how the mind finds internal conflict.
Then the person is burdened with these conflicts and does not see the crying angels of the mind, obscured by false representation, harmed by poor judgment in the midst of severe unawareness. A shot at the demon hits someone or something else. It’s a tricky issue, but the realization of what’s happening should be the key to solving it.
Remember the subsystems of the mind are semi-independent, so to reform the mind, you must teach the other networks the way, because they can see and communicate with what you cannot. You have to learn to see past the demons, and to try and communicate the messages of love and awareness to the other system, even if it is difficult to see. Promote gaining awareness of the network of systems, and do so yourself, as far as you can see.
With that you can reform your mind.
So then, say you are pleased with your perceptions of the mind, finding the more explicit perspective of angelic differentiation and diversity to be more pleasing to your mind? Then is schizophrenia a disorder, just because you can see what’s going on in a noticeably more overt way? I would think not — I would think in that case, it would be a benefit, and perhaps a sign of awareness to perceive the mind that way.
It’s considered a disorder likely because the mind modifies its perceptions as a way of communicating the details, in a more pronounced and clear way, of what it perceives to be a growing problem of psychological self-conflict. This may make internal communicates louder, as an indication of priority. Thus, the hallucinations of schizophrenia, which usually don’t realistically imitate reality, are may sometimes be generated in a response to an underlying problem, in order for the mind to more capably understand and solve its problematic circumstance.
I don’t want to convey ignorance; I have heard of mysterious stories that are perhaps not schizophrenia. Strange, momentarily known stories easily forgotten but which spook the mind of the spirits of consciousness, nonetheless.
However, this heightened awareness could be advantageous, as would be the reason why it develops in people who have an otherwise non-described problem — a demon in their mind. The awareness may be the mind’s way of leading towards a solution.
Demons are tricky because they require intelligence to solve. The temptation to attack a demon often leads to casualty. It’s a communications issue, so understanding the network is key. Antipsychotics may help to reduce fleeting emotions, which can help people reduce erratic thinking, but they can also be unnatural.
Additionally, the conquest of psychological demons cannot be done without knowledge, as is the same with enlightenment.
Society is filled with various schizophrenias, so this topic doesn’t just apply to individuals. Understanding this, again, depends on your definition of schizophrenia. There are many voices in the world, is that schizophrenia? Since it’s normal, people consider it to be of no resemblance to schizophrenia (or very little at the very most).
What may not be considered normal are demons in society, then. These are violent conflicts between people or organizations that occur despite the fundamental nature of love. Unable to cope with The Bug, they go mad, and instead of curing the depression, which apparently will solve the problem, they harm one another.
So these demons, again like the tangle of useful wires or the traffic of useful streets or the lag of useful internet lines, traverse the mind(s) of society, inflicting damage with their tricks of Satanic light. This is the same thing that happens in the agreeably-a-disorder variant of schizophrenia. It’s happening in our society, as we can plainly notice.
I technically do believe exorcism is possible, as you can see from this explanation of the cure to schizophrenia and societal conflict disorder.
Does that mean we don’t need drugs? I think drugs, like the environment, are a part of your body too, and it’s all a machine, which you should run in the perfect way. Outside and inside are connected, they are all of the same greater body, which has various names. (It all comes down to the questions you’re answering and the perceptions you’re gaining — your part in this mission for perfection for everyone, whether you’re (wo)man, machine, or fiery conjuring.)
So what’s the “cure,” again? Just understand, communicate, teach, and be aware of the facets of the third story of existence.
Think about it, how could this be incorrect? It is likely true.
Do you know how to exorcise?