The Universe: Are We Looking Through the Wrong End of the Telescope?

Almost every day, it seems, we read something in the media about new evidence that we may not be alone in the universe. The search for alien life, once the province of science fiction, has become an established and respected field of astronomical research. The universe is portrayed as an inconceivably vast space with billions of stars, and a statistical probability of having spawned intelligent life on numerous planets in Goldilocks zones around diverse suns. Man, whom the Christian Church once decreed to be the centre of creation, is now viewed more as a random emanation of no particular significance in the grand plan of the cosmos.

Maybe we should go back to Bishop Berkeley, the eighteenth-century philosopher who asked if the tree in the quad existed when no one was looking at it? The good churchman answered his own question by asserting that God was always watching the tree. But if we put God aside for a moment, the question remains unanswered. Not only the tree in the quad, but the entire universe, is an image in the human mind and we can assign it no other reality. In what sense, for example, could dinosaurs be said to have existed before men started digging up their bones and conceiving their nature?

More than a century before Berkeley, Rene Descartes had asked himself an even more fundamental question. If all he saw and heard was an illusion created by a wicked demon, was there anything of which he could be sure? He came, of course, to his immortal ‘cogito ergo sum,’ the realisation that the only certainty was that he was thinking. Now, through the contemplation of language, it is established that more than one thinking mind exists, but the fact remains that all reality is contained within human minds. Books and computer files are merely aide memoirs, useful for returning knowledge to contemplation mode.

The popes of the Renaissance should not have worried; no scientific discovery could remove man from the central location that is inherent in his nature. And even the belief that the creation occurred in 4004 BCE has a degree of validity, in that this was roughly the time when men began to study the world around them and seek the means to preserve knowledge for future generations. This was the time when a picture of the universe began to be formed in the human mind, a picture that has been expanded and embellished but remains our only reality.

However our universe expands, and whatever else is found, it will remain part of our mental picture. However hard we try, we can only look through the telescope in one direction. Attempts to peer from the other end must always end in illusion.

Quantum Psychiatry

Mainstream psychiatry is not working. If it was, then people who go to therapists would recover. Bringing up past trauma and rehashing it over and over does not work. The medical system is in the dark ages when it comes to the knowledge of how spirituality and science work. Our bodies are suspended in energy. We are energy and light beings.

If you compressed our matter, you could fit it into a golf ball. Vibrating energy is the basis of how the body and universe work. It’s the science of quantum physics that has been suppressed to keep us in a material world that only brings more suffering.

Bringing up the energy of the past does not heal, it keeps those energies around. We need to increase the vibration of our body. When a person is happy, cells vibrate fast, like being in love.

When a person is sick, there is a low body frequency. Everything is energy. The psychiatric system will not do anything until it reaches the core of the person.

We are energy. That is what the focus should be-energy and vibration! Quantum Mechanics! This is what will bring psychiatry into the new era of healing.

At 52 years, I entered into therapy for the first time. As open as I could be, there was much to be digested. CBT-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-was the route I chose and the therapist had a background in theology. In the time we spent together, I’ve become more aware and focused on being present for life’s many lessons.

My maladies include anxiety/depression. I swing from one extreme to the other. Panic attacks have sent me to the ER and MDD, Major Depressive Disorder, has plummeted me into suicidal depths. I’m not proud nor ashamed; this was simply the hand I was dealt.

In a twisted move of fate, I have endured life with an angry sister. She decided to post all of my struggles on social media without any consideration to my health. As an inpatient in a psyche ward, I received phone calls and flowers due to her exposure. I was beyond humiliated but will admit that some people were so loving and kind and extended much needed compassion.

Today, with medications and therapy, I face life with hope. It took raising my energy level slowly and allowing me to adapt to the world in a new way. No more escape routes using alcohol or any other unhealthy means of coping. I am truly at peace and wake up with a relative degree of anticipation at what the day might bring.

Psychological Power Begins With Mind Control

Watching a young girl of six years old being fitted with a head scarf in the Muslim tradition on a television news item was sickening. Australia is a hot climate country and even in winter the temperature can get rather high in Southern regions while in the north it can go into the thirties. The little girl ripped the scarf off and declared that it was too hot. She also goes to school where no other children are so adorned.

All over the country, however, girls as young as this are forced into these covers. Women of that faith may go even further with some of them wearing berkers. One must wonder, therefore, about the psychological power controlling their minds. What, indeed, is the benefit of any religious costume and the tradition that stands behind them?

Following my reincarnation and with knowledge that all religions are wrong and the gods they worship are fake my observation of them has been a lifetime event. Between lives and with the Spirit of the Universe, the only God, it was shown to me that undoing the brain-washing is a job I would undertake.

It created an urgency to understand as much as possible about what people believe and why? It would not be possible to complete it until the age of 45, in accord with the vision shown. At that age the Spirit commissioned me to remove the wall of churches and bring in the harvest.

Whether this rings true with people or not the facts are that the spiritual children of God will know that it is right. The Spirit has used visions and a special teaching to demonstrate the mysteries and confusion for which religions are responsible.

Institutional power begins with brain-washing of young children, just as with the girl above. While she was too young to have any comprehension about what the veil is for it made no difference to the mother who was inflicting it upon her and who also wore a veil.

Once they have control of the mind leaders manipulate such people into acts that are even against their will, such as being a suicide bomber. The amount of constant enforcement of such an idea that precedes one donning an explosive vest or flying an aeroplane full of people into a building has to be enormous and coming from many sources.

Reinforcing the brain washing are laws and social expectations that are often a major part of one’s upbringing. For instance, boys are reared with a hero motto to follow. They are usually prevented from showing their emotions and if required they may be called into service to give their lives for their country. Muslim boys may be reared to be martyrs.

This is also mind control because of the expectation of the community in which they grow. If they renege on their so-called ‘duty’ they could become outcasts and ridiculed as cowards.

All over there are people dedicated to wearing religious costumes and to following the laws set up by their leaders. Few want to rock the boat by declaring their disdain or that what they are doing is ridiculous and against their principles. So how much of that type of behaviour comes from within or is driven by social and religious pressure?

Wearing clothing outside of the norm suggests the person is expressing something extremely important to them. They are contracting to serve their god to which they have an allegiance. In areas where that being has no following, however, their appearance is often confronting and they can be set upon.

That allows for the mind control to have deep-seated roots and is even stronger than what the community or leaders expect. In my experience the Spirit has control of everyone and leading some to worship false gods and to follow tradition that few understand has to be spiritually driven. That also account for why the drive to express their allegiance in public or to die for it is so strong.

What Is the Psychology Behind The Kama Sutra?

The Kama Sutra is an ancient text written by Vatsyayana around the 2nd CAD in India. He was of the Vedic tradition, from which the Trinity god made its way into Christianity. Prior to writing and printing there were images in stone that show exotic sexual poses, such as in the Hindi sex temples at Khajuharo. While they show an obsession with sexual pleasure the reason behind them is the psychology born of a desire to fertilise the Mother God.

This is now such a way-out proposition that many would dismiss it as fanciful. The facts, however, speak of a time when men were so obsessed with their fertilising abilities that they dreamed big and the modern faiths are born of them. The one mystery that all men have dealt with throughout history has been that of sex.

It was not only a question of what drives it but of the physical changes in a man’s body when passion and desire takes charge of it. The penis became the most used symbol in ancient societies and all over Europe the ‘menhirs’ stand as a testimony. Some are positioned in such a way that the sun forms a star on the peak of it.

Mountains are considered places of holiness because here when the sun passes behind the peak it forms a star. The seven-point and five-point stars are designed on this image and they remain a symbol of the Mother God.

The psychology of men able to use their male organ in this way was the purpose of contests. ‘Semen’ is derived from ‘see-man’ and one can only imagine the types of challenges that were invented to show how much of the magic fluid one could produce, and how often. The winner was the ‘her-o’ or ‘her circle’. In other words, he passed through the circle to ‘marry’ Mary and live as her consort from then on.

Mary was the name of the Mother-god in Babylon and here, as in other cities, walls of breasts were displayed for the purpose of caressing and introducing fore-play into the marriage. The images in the Kama Sutra and in the temples of India, Japan, and elsewhere, are reminders that this is what lies behind the philosophy of religions.

My reincarnation demonstrates that there are no such places as heaven and hell but that they are weapons to force people to accept the beliefs of our ancestors. The psychology is still based on reconciliation with the god in heaven and to make men powerful. It also has the effect of turning women into chattels and forcing them to cover up. That way their presence is less offensive to the sun.

As verification of how influential the sun is in religions the old symbolism and associated names tell the story. In ancient rock art, such as found in the Nordic Countries, men are depicted rising upwards with a cross either on their bodies or as a kite lifting them. This symbol is encircled to display both symbols as related to crufixion. Those who supposedly passed on in this way were drawn with them above their heads.

They are then terms ‘san’t’ for ‘sun’s cross’ and this became ‘saint’. ‘San’ stands for sun, saint, and son, in many languages as a remnant of its origin. Sanskrit, the original language of Hindi, is from ‘san-script’ or ‘sun written’ and its early form is with signs taken from the sun. These are made as shadows, stars, and so on.

Men dying on crosses also made signs and sounds that found their way into language through interpretation by a high priest or Sharman. He was considered to be in close relationship with the sun and, therefore, able to pass on her messages. It is also the reason why ‘holy men’ in India are usually found on the peaks where they remain in close connection with the celestial body.

Their role is one of psychologically enforcing the will of the Mother God over those who seek help or knowledge. For this reason, they are kept by the community which supplies them with food and other essentials for their life and comfort.

The Psychology Behind Catholic Claims of Angels and the Origin of Its Relics

Everything the Vatican has done over the years has been to add credibility to its claims. The question is how credible are they in the light of the fanciful notions presented to the public, most of which are beyond belief? Many of the relics were supposedly brought to Rome by Helena, the mother of the emperor, Constantine, after he established the organisation in 325 AD. The ‘relics’ of Christ include his crucifixion more than 300 years after his death.

The psychology at play here is that one believes what they see with their eyes, rather than what they know or feel in their heart. This is the Roman way and it was started in Babylon where the Islamic religion had its origin. There Nebuchadnezzar and others used imagery to impress and prove their claims. This strengthened the wall that imprisons God’s people.

If a religion is spiritual and really serves God, why is credibility important? My link to the Spirit is such that it commissioned me to remove the wall of blindness and restore reality. The size of the barrier is such that the earth was plunged into darkness and covered with evil.

The Spirit works inside everyone to direct them onto the right course to complete the plan in place from the beginning. It is written of in the Old Testament prophecies and involves the Second Beast of Revelation who it points out is the Assyrian (Isaiah 14:25) and 666 (Revelation 13:12-18).

The problem with credibility for the Church is that Rome was sacked by Titus in 70 AD and Jerusalem was raised to the ground. Not even the wall around it survived. The Temple Mount was destroyed and even the treasures that had been hidden were uncovered and taken to Rome.

Helena, despite this, returned to Rome with things the Church claims were used by Jesus Christ, such as the stairs he supposedly walked up to the trial with Pontius Pilate. Even more incredulous is the House of Loreto. This basilica surrounding this extraordinary structure is carved out of stone and decorated with well carved images.

The house itself is said to be the home of the Virgin Mary during her childhood and the place where she conceived Jesus. With dimension of some 8.5 by 3.8 and 4.1 high, a large house by any measure, this 2 story structure was apparently brought to Croatia in 1291 by angels when threatened with it was threatened with destruction by the Turks.

It was again carried by angels across the Adriatic Sea to Italy in 1294. It was then moved to Loreto. This incredible tale is apparently supported by the number of miracles at each of its sites. Of course, there is no verification of any of this yarn. Psychologically, however, people believe it and are led to believe they are healed by its influence.

Healing by suggestion is not unknown and when someone believes strongly enough they can create the right vibes. We don’t understand how that happens but hypnosis is certainly a pointer in this direction. Self hypnosis is not impossible.

Other relics the Church holds because of Helena’s trip to Jerusalem include what are purported to be parts of the origin cross, nails that held Christ to it, and even milk from the breast of the Virgin Mary. While many may laugh at this collection and its unlikely credibility it brings pilgrims by the thousands to the places where they are housed.

They are one of the biggest money spinners the church owns. The bones of St. Peter were also supposedly recovered beneath the Vatican a few years ago. They are now on display in a humid, stuffy, tomb beneath the Basilica. The number who clamber to see it makes getting a ticket very hard.

One can see, therefore, how religious psychology works to preserved the faith and fool the public. The more people who believe in the stories and are engulfed by the power of relics the greater the organisation becomes and the more money pours into its coffers.

Why Communism and Religion Operate With The Same Psychology

Over years of observing them what struck me the most was how similar in principle are the two extremes of communism and religion. While the first is a modern form of nation dominance the second is probably the oldest. As people wake up to the facts about nature, the world, and the universe religion has lost its place as the great source of mystery while communism has filled the gap to enable powerful men to continue in power.

While Karl Marx is credited with the philosophy in the mid 19th century the main objective of state control leading to a collective ownership of wealth, property, and economic enterprise. His ideology sprouted wings and was successful in underdeveloped and poverty-stricken countries. The appeal was an overthrow of the rich and equality for all.

In Russia, the first communist nation, the Tsar and his family lived in luxury while the rest of the country struggled under the burden of the first World War. The Industrial Revolution of 1917 saw their removal and murder as the Bolshevik Party seized power. They had their eyes on the world as they saw their struggle as an International one. Their propaganda reached into most countries where governments fought to eradicate them.

Religion, on the other hand, has long been a nation dominating force with eyes on the world. In countries where it has succeeded the governments are virtually controlled by members of whatever religion they belong to.

The most striking example are the Muslim countries of the East and Catholic dominated nations of Italy and Ireland in the west. The Jewish religion dominates Israel while Hindi controls the population in India. Russia was Orthodox prior to the Industrial Revolution.

In today’s world a sizable degree of the global population is dominated either by religion or communism. China, which has something like 20% or one fifth of the world’s population is the largest and India with 17.86% is second. Combined these two nations hold one-third of all peoples.

The Muslim religion now cover 23% of the total and the Christian population makes up to 33% in 2017 of which some 16% or half of that number are Catholic.

The trend in all these systems is to grow by population growth, influence, and conversion. Where people are agnostic the birth rate is declining and so are church attendances. There is now a major shift in the world’s demographics and in the things people associate with.

It struck me that people only need strong leadership no matter what type it is. They also appear to be least worried about their spirituality. That may come from religion, communism, or politics. Whatever it is basically the world continues in the same manner and the situation in the world declines according to the loss of faith, readiness for war, aggression towards each other, and terrorism, which is based on a rush to get to heaven.

Whatever force has the most power it wins out, whether through revolution, murder of dissenters, the rise of dictators, or anything else. There is not one that is better than another as they are all after one thing – control of a bigger empire and ultimately the world.

Understanding Mental & Physical Health Issues After Severe Head Injuries or a Traumatic Brain Injury

What Is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) comes in two forms. Either a violent blow to the head causes the brain to strike the inside of the skull, or an object penetrates the brain. This kind of injury can be very serious. It may cause bleeding or swelling of the brain and damage its nerve cells. The brain is at the center of human functioning, and an injury to it can affect the messages that it issues to the body. In turn, these kinds of injuries can affect behavior, speech, sensation, and movement.

Health Affects After a TBI

The effects on a person with TBI can vary considerably. It all depends on the severity and location of the injury.

How Is Cognition Affected?

People with TBI can experience problems with basic cognitive skills. They may have issues with attention, concentration, and memory. Their behavioral speed may slow down. This can include thinking and speech. Also, their speech may be generally impaired. They may have problems recalling the correct word and understanding what other people are saying.

The executive functions of a person’s brain may be affected by TBI. Executive functions are a group of processes that include attentional control, inhibitory control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility. They also include reasoning, problem solving, and planning. All of these processes are necessary for the cognitive control of behavior.

With some training, people who have cognitive deficits from TBI may come to compensate for them. For more information on the cognitive deficits that may accompany TBI, go to

Effects on Mood and Behavior

When a person suffers a traumatic brain injury, the centers in the brain that regulate a person’s social-emotional life may be affected. These changes may be so significant that the person becomes a totally different person to their friends and family. Their personality may radically change. This may change an optimist into a negative person or make a person who is conservative in their behavior into one that lacks behavioral control.

The victim of TBI may not notice the changes in their abilities and behavior. This may be because either those changes are too painful to recognize, or the neurological damage may affect their ability to evaluate things properly.

Psychiatric illness, particularly depression, can occur as a result of TBI. This seems to be because the parts of the brain most subject to trauma are the frontal and parietal lobes. These two locations in the brain are often associated with mental illness.

The changes in thinking and behavior that accompany a TBI can affect the relationships that the victim has with others. As a result of the inability to relate to others, the patient may end up feeling very lonely. This can occur because of the following reasons:

– It may be difficult for someone with a TBI simply to understand what others are saying. This can tend to make the patient feel isolated and lonely.

– The victim might feel self-conscious about their condition. They may feel that they are less capable than other people, so they shy away from interacting with others.

– The victim may lack behavioral control. This may lead them to say things that they ordinarily would not to others.

– There may be practical issues with respect to getting together with others. The patient may not be able to drive, and they may need to stop working. This means that they won’t be seeing and interacting with others as much.

TBI can also have a severe impact on marriages. The spouse of a person with a TBI many times must assume a lot of the responsibilities that the patient used to take care of. This can be with respect to employment or any other major responsibility. Also, as mentioned before, the personality of someone with a TBI can dramatically change after their injury. This may drive a wedge between the couple.


Changes in Consciousness

Moderate and severe TBI can cause changes in a person’s consciousness and awareness. Altered states of consciousness can include:

– Coma – A person in a coma is unconscious and is not responsive to any external or internal stimuli.

– Vegetative state – This is different from a coma in that the patient may be partially conscious. He or she may open their eyes or move. However, the person remains unaware of their surroundings.

– Minimally conscious state – In this condition, the patient has severely altered consciousness but may have some awareness of their surroundings.

– Locked-in syndrome – Someone in this condition is aware of their environment but cannot speak or move. They may, however, be able to blink their eyelids.

– Brain-death – This occurs when there is no activity in the brain and brainstem. If someone is in this condition, the removal of life support will cause a cessation of breathing.

Sensory Problems after a TBI

Sensory and perceptual problems can occur in the TBI patient when there is damage to the right side of the brain or the parietal and occipital lobes. TBI can disrupt the senses and affect how stimuli are perceived. This may affect any of the sensory systems. This includes the auditory, visual, tactile, olfactory, and gustatory (taste) systems.

Even more noticeable than the disruption of sensory systems are visuo-spatial problems. Problems with these skills include:

– Recognizing objects

– Distinguishing right from left

– Mathematics

– Analyzing and remembering visual information

– Manipulating or constructing objects

– Awareness of the body in space

– Perception of the environment


A typical issue happens where the patient ignores one side of their perceptual field. This usually occurs on the left side. A patient with this issue may ignore the food on one side of the plate or be unable to copy the features from the left side of a picture.

Face Blindness

This occurs where the patient can no longer recognize faces appropriately. People with this uncommon problem need to use other features of people to identify them, such as their voice or clothing.

Visual Problems

People with a traumatic brain injury have a very high incidence of visual problems. This can occur with respect to vision itself or the perceptual system. More than 50% of neurologically impaired patients have visual and visual-cognitive disorders.

The following are the most devastating and impairing visual problems that result from a brain injury:

Visual Field Loss

In this condition, the patient becomes blind to half of their visual field. Further injuries can occur from bumping into objects.

Double Vision

This is a serious condition that can occur in patients with a brain injury. Patients who have this problem can use a patch over one eye many times to resolve the issue.

Visual Balance Disorders

These can be caused by disruptions of central and peripheral visual processing and other issues.

Vision can also be affected in many other ways. These include: Loss of vision, blurred images, and reduced depth perception.


A small percentage of victims of TBI experience seizures. In most cases, the seizures will occur soon after the injury. In a few cases, the seizures may happen even many years after the injury. There are two types of seizures that may happen. Major motor seizures involve loss of consciousness and the uncontrolled movement of the major muscle systems. Local motor seizures do not involve a loss of consciousness and have less muscular movement. There are medications that can be used to control the seizures.


In addition to the altered states of consciousness mentioned above, a traumatic brain injury can result in paralysis. This depends on the location of the brain that is affected. Spasticity is also a possible outcome of the injury.

Other Issues

Damage to brain tissue can also cause chronic types of pain, including headaches. There is now evidence that other body systems can be affected. These include the hormonal and endocrine systems. As a result of this, a person could lose control of their bowel and bladder functions or get a variety of other symptoms.


Doctors don’t have the ability to accurately predict the outcomes of traumatic brain injuries. The brain is very complicated, and it is hard to tell exactly which body systems and skills will be affected by the injury.

The changes that take place in the patient are dependent upon many factors. These include:

– The severity of the injury

– The patient’s age

– The amount of time spent in a coma

– The amount of time since the injury took place

– The skills that the patient needs for their particular life situation

The Process of Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injuries

The beginning of treatment for a TBI begins in the hospital. At the hospital, the team of medical professionals will generally be led by a trauma surgeon. The trauma staff will make sure that the patient’s vital signs are stable and resuscitate them if need be. The patient may need surgery for their injuries.

Once the patient is stabilized, they will be taken to the trauma care unit. There, the patient is monitored for infection and pain.

After this period, most patients will be transferred to a rehabilitation facility. The staff there specialize in the care of trauma victims. The goals of the team at the facility will be to:

– Stabilize the patient with respect to medical issues

– Prevent secondary complications, such as infections

– Restore any lost abilities

– Discuss with the patient’s family any changes in the home environment that are necessary

Every day, the patient will undergo therapy. This may be difficult at first because of the lack of certain skills. The care of the patient is directed by a physiatrist. A neuropsychologist will also make an assessment of any changes in the patient’s thinking and behavior. Other members of the team, such as a physical therapist and an occupational therapist, will help the patient with their pain and the skills that they need to adapt to their new life situation.

Surgical Treatment

Surgery is often used as a treatment in cases of TBI. In cases of a closed head injury, surgery is not used. An intracranial pressure monitoring device may be put in the skull to determine pressure in the brain cavity. If there has been any bleeding there, then it may be drained. In severe cases, the surgeon may remove damaged brain tissue.


A traumatic brain injury can bring a lot of complications, both immediate and long-term. Since the brain is so complicated, it may be difficult to know the exact prognosis for how the patient’s condition and life will change. It is important to emotionally support someone with a TBI because they may feel isolated and alone when they have troubles communicating with others. With the help of a strong rehabilitation team, the patient can relearn how to do certain life activities.

The Right Psychotherapy For Every Case

When you think about everything you have to do to transform your personality and triumph over life’s challenges you don’t feel you can become a hero.

Everything seems to be too difficult and tiring.

However, you can build the courage you need thanks to the information contained in your dreams.

Your dreams help you have a global image of your reality and an internal image of your psychological system. So, you stop thinking based on erroneous concepts and you acquire the right mindset.

You are ignorant, even if the knowledge you have seems to be impressing in your historical time. The knowledge you have is distorted by numerous factors in the cruel world ruled by greedy marketers, who are completely controlled by their satanic anti-conscience.

God sends you special information in your dreams to help you understand important truths.

The scientific method of dream interpretation discovered by Carl Jung and simplified by me helps you understand God’s words without distortions.

The fact that Carl Jung’s method of dream interpretation helped me discover that God is the dream producer, and then discover the satanic origin of the human conscience proves to the world that the scientific translations really transcribe God’s messages in dreams.

Otherwise, I would never be able to discover anything.

I had no intention to continue Carl Jung’s research, but I was able to do so, besides my ignorance, because I precisely obeyed the guidance I had in my dreams.

The truth is that I was prepared to follow these steps because God needed someone in order to show to the human race that we are in fact cruel demons. We are not really human.

This tragedy explains the existence of many other tragedies, but the obedience to God’s guidance in dreams helps everyone eliminate their satanic anti-conscience and learn how to attain sanctity.

The fact that now we know how really absurd and evil we are means that we can understand why we must obey God’s guidance.

We have to be corrected and attain sanctity. Sanctity is sound mental health and wisdom.

Ignorant human beings believe that we don’t need to be saints in order to be mentally healthy, but the truth is that only saints are mentally healthy. Our opinion is based on ignorance and rudimentary thoughts.

God’s method is painful and tiring because there is no other way, but this method works and corrects our behavior once and for all.

We cannot stop being demons without suffering, but once we accept suffering in order to become perfect human beings, we stop suffering because of the consequences of our mistakes and we stop having mental health problems.

When we manage to eliminate our anti-conscience we can develop our conscience and attain higher consciousness.

God’s psychotherapy in dreams is similar to His psychotherapy in our religion. His method is not like the cold and narrow-minded human treatments.

God tries to help us become more sensitive.

The creative dream images give to all dreamers a clear description of their own behavior. They also analyze the thoughts that determine the dreamers’ actions.

The fact that God sends us dreams with important messages about our mind and our life while we sleep proves that His psychotherapy in dreams accomplishes many goals at the same time.

Thanks to Carl Jung’s discoveries today we know the meaning of the dream symbols and the dream logic, and we are able to understand the importance of every dream for the dreamer.

The scientific method of dream interpretation puts an end to all misconceptions about the meaning of dreams, proving to the world that God and Satan are alive.

The fight between good and evil characterizes our existence.

Now we know that everyone must attain sanctity in order to stop being absurd and evil.

Science and religion are not opposite disciplines. Everything is related in our reality, but we ignore many details about our reality, and this is why we cannot see how everything is related and why.

Are Freethinking and Creativity Really Mental Health Issues?

What would happen if our creative lives and businesses had to exist under the threat of a mental illness diagnosis?

“Dissent is essential for progress” – Thomas Eddison

“My work is more important than what you think of me” – Brene Brown

“Not everyone thinks the way you think, knows the things you know, believes the things you believe, nor acts the way you would act. Remember this and you will go a long way in getting along with people.” – Unknown

I recently read this article dated 16 November 2013, and it shook me to the core! It is entitled ‘Non Conformity and Freethinking Now Considered Mental Illnesses’. The film ‘The Matrix’ immediately sprung to mind. The article states that “In the last 50 years, the DSM-IV (DSM-IV Codes are the classification found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) has gone from 130 to 357 mental illnesses.” Some of the criteria for these diagnoses are apparently “”oppositional defiant disorder” or ODD. Defined as an “ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior,” symptoms include questioning authority, negativity, defiance, argumentativeness, and being easily annoyed. Other ‘symptoms’ include arrogance, narcissism, above-average creativity, cynicism, and antisocial behavior.”

I started to wonder what would happen to our lives and our businesses if we indeed became the watered down versions of ourselves, that it is suggested is required in some parts of the world, in order to live life free of the danger of being locked up, or at the very least medicated.

Another question also rises to the surface – exactly which sections of society would be targeted for these traits? As the article and attached video interview state, children are a primary target – maybe because of their inability to refuse treatment. Another concern is that a number of the people who are in positions of authority, and meant to be representing us, are exhibiting just such symptoms – so does it come down to ‘personality traits’ for them, but ‘mental illness’ for those that seek to question their judgement and possibly oppose them?

What is creativity?

“Creativity is a phenomenon whereby something new and valuable is created (such as an idea, a joke, an artistic or literary work, a painting or musical composition, a solution, an invention etc.). The ideas and concepts so conceived can then manifest themselves in any number of ways, but most often, they become something we can see, hear, smell, touch, or taste.”

The above definition would also include science as a form of creativity, so it begs the question – “Would creativity be permitted in certain profitable professions? For example, didn’t scientists come up with the ideas for GMOs, chemtrails, fracking and all the chemicals that are poisoning us today? If these particular ideas weren’t so lucrative for a selected few, wouldn’t they also be sectioned under the Mental Health Act? Or is it just creative people who challenge these already established organisations who would come under observation?

I believe that everyone is creative, though the predominant belief appears to be that creativity is confined to the arts – painting, music, writing, acting, dancing etc. However, there are brilliant and creative people in businesses of all kinds – their flashes of creative genius make a massive difference in people’s lives – both positively and negatively. What is important is that the people who work for the good of the planet don’t get their work suppressed, in the event that those who benefit most have the power to throw the mental health card in their direction.

A further question is “Who decides at what level creativity is deemed a mental illness?” Correct me if I’m wrong, but wouldn’t the people making the assessments be the ones that are already indoctrinated into the accepted belief systems – the ones that are trying to fit all of us into one box or another?

Creative geniuses of the future are already being medicated and their minds tamed just because they don’t think or behave the way ‘normal’ people are meant to think and behave. So many children are being diagnosed as troubled or broken, and their parents lead to believe there is something wrong with them, when what is actually wrong is the system. The system is outdated and many parts of it no longer apply, but there is so much money and time invested in it that it is easier to medicate the children, brainwash the parents, and keep everyone living in the past.

What would we lose?

There are already many countries around the world where sections of the community live under these types of pressures. Places where to be authentically you and speak out is too frightening a prospect. Places where individuality, creativity, fun and joy are stamped out each and every day. Places where a few people feel they have the right to dominate and control others – robbing them of their loved ones, belongings and sense of self. These are often soul-less places where expansion, adventure and new and exciting ideas are alien. Places were progress can rarely take place because there is too much invested in keeping things exactly the same, and where any positive creations are kept to the few and not shared with the masses.

If a system like this is abused then people will live in fear of being truly seen. The tallest poppy in the field syndrome, where they would be in danger of being cut down to size, so would hide their light. Only the very brave would challenge it. It would be like giving a child an outfit to wear and telling them they must wear it every day for the rest of their lives and not grow out of it. It would stunt growth and imagination and this would create limited choice.

My local market is a good example of what happens when a system is abused. When I first moved into the area it was wonderful, you could get absolutely anything there. However, in recent years what has happened is that one community of people got greedy, so when anyone vacated their market stall they took it over. Not a problem you would think, except for the fact that they filled the stall with the same kind of products that were on all their other stalls. There was nothing new to be seen and the market has gradually declined and become a shadow of its former self.

In Conclusion

I think that every person is unique and should be treated as such. Yes, there are people who are a danger to themselves and others and where action is necessary. However, I am sure we have all heard stories of people who have been targeted because they did something that other people judged as unacceptable, which just boiled down to a difference of opinion and not a mental health issue at all. In the not too distant past, unmarried mothers sometimes found themselves in this position. I believe that we need to be very watchful to make sure that systems like this don’t get abused.

All the time I hear about new inventions and ideas that are so inspiring and absolutely brilliant – to clean the oceans, solar panels for roads, using recycled wood to make shelters for the homeless, to name but a few. I look forward to many more years of equally brilliant creativity and imagination, and that will only happen if people have the confidence to be themselves and create freely without fear of recrimination.

Do you have any thoughts about this issue?

Sue is the Founder of Soulfully Connecting. The idea behind Soulfully Connecting is to demonstrate that there are other ways of living which can heal the earth, the animal kingdom and ourselves. She is passionate about people having freedom of choice, which is only possible when they know about all the options.

Classic Experiments in Psychology

As Psychology moved further away from philosophy and towards science, more and more experiments began to be conducted. These experiments have revealed important insights regarding the nature of human behaviour. Some of these revelations are taken for granted in the modern world as their discoveries are now widely known. However, at the time, they were rather controversial.

The Stanford Prison Experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment was conducted in August 1971 by Philip Zimbardo, a Psychology Professor in Stanford University. The experiment aimed to examine the psychological impact of a prison environment on prisoners and guards.

In order to test this, Zimbardo built a mock prison in the basement of Stanford University. A group of 24 participants were randomly allocated to the positions of guards or prisoners with Zimbardo taking on the role of the prison Superintendent. The participants were all screened beforehand and deemed to be “normal, healthy male college students who were predominantly middle class and white”. The prisoners were taken from their houses, handcuffed by real police officers and taken to the mock prison where they were stripped and deloused. The prisoners stayed in the prison 24 hours a day while the guards only worked an eight hour shift and returned home afterwards. All participants received $15 per day, partly funded by the US Navy.

The guards wore mirrored sunglasses, a khaki uniform, nightstick and a whistle while the prisoners wore a smock with an ID number sewn onto the front and back, a stocking cap and a chain locked around their ankles. The uniforms were designed to de-humanise the guards and prisoners while making the guards appear to have total control over the prisoners’ lives. The guards were instructed to “maintain a reasonable degree of order” but almost immediately began to abuse their position. The guards would force the prisoners to complete exercises, they would strip them naked and degrade them, remove their mattresses and force them to sleep on the concrete and would punish prisoners by making them urinate and defecate in a bucket in their cells but not allow the bucket to be emptied. They had become truly immersed in their role.

The experiment was supposed to last two weeks but ended after only 6 days. By that stage, five prisoners had already been released due to severe depression. Zimbardo himself became so immersed in his role as the prison Superintendent he found that his ability to be impartial was severely impaired. Zimbardo had to be confronted by Professor Christina Maslach (whom he would later marry) about the ethical issues of the experiment before he realised that he had failed in his duty of care to these young participants and ended the study. This experiment cemented Zimbardo’s idea that good people, if put in bad environments, can be capable of great wrongdoing. Zimbardo dubbed this phenomenon “The Lucifer Effect”.

Milgram and Obedience

After the Second World War, surviving Nazis were tried for war crimes at the Nuremberg Trials. A common defence for them was to say that they were “just following orders”. Thus, Stanley Milgram, a Psychologist at Yale University devised an experiment to test whether anyone could be susceptible to this or if Germans were unusually obedient to their superiors.

Milgram began experiments in July 1961. He advertised in the newspaper for male participants for an experiment on “learning”. There were three people involved: the Experimenter, Teacher (Participant) and Learner (Actor). The Teacher and Learner would then be separated into different rooms where they can communicate but not see one another. The Teacher believed that the Learner’s cognitive abilities were being tested but in actuality, it was the Teacher’s obedience to authority. The Learner was supposedly hooked up to electrodes and each time they gave a wrong answer the Teacher would administer an electric shock which increased in severity with each wrong answer. The shocks went from 15 volts (mild) to 450 volts (Death). The Teacher would be given a sample electric shock before beginning to feel the pain caused to the Learner.