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doo wrote:I guess there is someone that is sleeping all day to lucid dream about me or something cause during the day I can hear them talking in my head and all and I was wondering if that is possible cause I guess I did something to this girl a long time ago and I guess she is getting revenge on me I don't know it's really childish but anyways do you guys think lucid dreaming can be linked to any kind of delusional or schizophrenic ways possible?
This sounds schizophrenic, but might be an isolated crazy thought. Hearing voices in your head is abnormal, but as you're an American or living here you might be the victim of our government. Do you: have headaches; blurred vision; feel vibrations, feel you're burning and twitching -if so research ELF (extremely low frequency) waves as our government both customarilly experiements on unwitting subjects and has been trying to and maybe has developed mind control devices as has been claimed since the 1980s.
It has indeed been scientifically pointed out that lucid dream states are similar to those of schizophrenia. But they still differ. Lucid dreaming is a healthy state.
This is not true Summerland. Dream images or halucinations are not really signs of schizophrenia any more than schizophrenic consider themselves to be Napoleon. Schizophrenia is an emotional state/character modality. Schizophrenics normally can't tell the difference between something they imagine and something that real either in the present or in memory. They do the opposite of reason, as schizophrenia is a mental state characterized by a desire to ruin oneself and increase self-dislike.
Hallucinations can be induced in most people by sensory deprivation, but they're not made schizophrenic by those hallucinations even momentarilly, nor are all the people experiencing hallucinations of saints, angels, gods or aliens normally schizophrenics -their hallucinations really happened -they're just dumb enough to believe them real. Hallucinations are momentary sensorary breaks, schizophrenics are always delusional. They're also easy to spot as it's an emotional state not some weird brain disease, as such they have the possiblity of changing their character. Before the drugs that subpress not cure schizophrenia, most schizophrenics merely were episodic rather than constitutional schizophrenics and snapped out of it in a few months or more rarely a few years.
The drugs do work at suppressing the worse consequences of schizophrenia. Big pharma has sold the idea that "once a schizophrenic always a schizophrenic" so that they can keep people on drugs for life. The majority of schizophrenics who have recovered/changed back to what they were are not any more vulnerable to being schizophrenics than the average person, but they'll be branded as "schizophrenics" for life.
And there is only one thing we say to death "not today"
- Syrio Forel
And by the way, as I said before, there are similarities between the brain activity of a lucid dreamer and a schizophrenic. The scientific evidence is out there, and, mind you, from reliable sources, Snaggle!
Now, Doo, don't let Snaggle's conspiratorial mumbo jumbo make you paranoid delusion even worse. Go and see a doctor,my friend. And get well.
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But no we can't really directly communicate into someones head. We can influence their thoughts through persuasion and such but yeah nah that sounds schizo mate.
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