I assure you all my mental health is up to par but supernatural agencies still abound

#11
Ostro,
I think the burden of this particular forum is to care more about you than anything you might or might not be able to prove.
If you are surrounded by demons (in the USA) and can't handle it call the Samaritans in your area or 1 (800) 273-TALK.
Elsewhere - find the number and keep it by the phone
Back in the day I dated a Samaritan - no angel but pretty damn close. If she hadn't insisted on changing nappies absolutely anywhere (not mine or hers, she had a baby) I might have been with her now.
As far as I know no Samaritan has ever broken the confidentiality of a call.
This is the best plane of existence we have. They (Samaritans) are anchors to this plane of existence - they are a phone call away - always.
C2.
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#12
(Jul 27, 2018 02:47 PM)Ostronomos Wrote: There has been some misunderstanding of late that I would like to address that my experiences are due to substandard mental health. I assure you all nothing can be further from the truth. The popular consensus is that such experiences can be indistinguishable from mental illness and are therefore indicative of mental illness. But this logic would be in error as there is no direct correlation between the two. I wrote a new thread in General Discussion yesterday evening highlighting a recent experience I had with books. I am a special kind of rare individual who has access to the supernatural world and God and there is no necessarily indicative signs or indication that any of this can be explained in the field of Psychiatry. Again, I assure all of you that my mental health is in check and up to par. Please don't disrespect me by making judgments on my mental health status and stereotyping me as a nutjob or something of that nature.

Thank you.

Keep in mind that it appears that all the greatest minds of the species have had one form or another of what we modernly now calibrate as a mental illness or disease.
ADHD ADD phobias to various things, delusional episodes etc etc.


note, Logic does not make errors
people make errors because they are people.


Respect Vs Direspect Vs percieved concepts of social norms of Ego
Projective
introspective

Keep in mind that when you make a comment saying "psychiatry is what-ever" you are making a statement about science.
just like making a statement about "all" people.


i already know your quite a smart person(i have read your posts for a year or soo at least).


Consider any of my comments to be from a position of care. like you would a friend caring about another Smile
i dont have to be right, i dont have to be wrong, however, my motivation is from a position of care. not derision.

(Jul 27, 2018 11:36 PM)confused2 Wrote: Ostro,
I think the burden of this particular forum is to care more about you than anything you might or might not be able to prove.
If you are surrounded by demons (in the USA) and can't handle it call the Samaritans in your area or 1 (800) 273-TALK.
Elsewhere - find the number and keep it by the phone
Back in the day I dated a Samaritan - no angel but pretty damn close. If she hadn't insisted on changing nappies absolutely anywhere (not mine or hers, she had a baby) I might have been with her now.
As far as I know no Samaritan has ever broken the confidentiality of a call.
This is the best plane of existence we have. They (Samaritans) are anchors to this plane of existence - they are a phone call away - always.
C2.

indeed, what vague association and knowledge i have of them, they are True.

(Jul 27, 2018 04:51 PM)Ostronomos Wrote:
(Jul 27, 2018 04:46 PM)Syne Wrote:
(Jul 27, 2018 04:41 PM)Ostronomos Wrote:
(Jul 27, 2018 04:38 PM)Syne Wrote: No, you're definitely a nutjob, and your mental health is highly suspect...even just from this post.
If you don't want people to judge you, you shouldn't be on the internet. Or you should at least try to communicate without all the esoteric Langan nonsense and obvious indicators of delusions of grandeur (e.g. "I am a special kind of rare individual"). All delusional people think it's something other than mental issues.

I think you're the nutjob. There is no indication in any of my posts that I am the nutjob. It's a case of misunderstanding.

Everyone who reads your posts to the contrary. Any failure to communicate is your own, and your inability in that regard is indicative of problems relating to others...which is why you often repeatedly reply to your own posts.

Relating to others and having real mental health issues are two completely different things. It is difficult to communicate the supernatural world without crossing boundaries into what can be perceived as mental health issues and the stigma it bears for those unfortunate people who have an illness of any kind. I have a bit of difficulty relating to others but I am certainly not mentally ill. That difficulty may be the result of experiencing radically different things.

Quote:That difficulty may be the result of experiencing radically different things.
if you are interested in learning about the mind you should read a little on the modern thoughts by scientists about autism spectrum.

social interactions are mostly a challenge to deal with for the vast majority of people(95%).
regardles of culture.
this is why recreational drugs like alcahol exist and are used.
they allow a calming effect to help people acclimatise to learning how to interact with groups in situations which are not clearly defined by strict rules.
(i have met vastly creative minds whom do not delve in recreation drugs and socialise in massively diverse social groups but they are a small number of people)

people who say they dont need drugs to socialise with people do not socialise with a diverse range of liberal creative/conservative all- types all in one place for hours on end.

they skip along a pre determined path while shutting out everything then skip off and claim they have expereinced everyones ideas and life styles.
it is simply a lie.

balance is critical. if it is not drugs then it is meditation, yoga, aerobics, , prayer, isolation, escapism of some form is compulsory.
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#13
I am not nor do I feel threatened. Your well-intentioned comments are noted and appreciated. And I can guarantee that my actions will not escalate to a point where they are beyond my control. So don't be so uptight. Smile

Evil is real just like there is an opposition of good and evil entities like demons. You guys need to be more open minded about the possibility of supernatural agencies. They have independent existence and are unmistakable in appearance. But I doubt you have or will ever see one. I don't doubt that I can also attract good entities in my life through taking all the necessary steps. God is watching over me when in existence so I can remain calm.
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(Jul 28, 2018 03:43 PM)Ostronomos Wrote: I am not nor do I feel threatened. Your well-intentioned comments are noted and appreciated. And I can guarantee that my actions will not escalate to a point where they are beyond my control. So don't be so uptight. Smile

Evil is real just like there is an opposition of good and evil entities like demons. You guys need to be more open minded about the possibility of supernatural agencies. They have independent existence and are unmistakable in appearance. But I doubt you have or will ever see one. I don't doubt that I can also attract good entities in my life through taking all the necessary steps. God is watching over me when in existence so I can remain calm.

Ah, good to know.  Thanks for the reassurance.  

Side note:  If Nick is having some health issues that he may not be aware of, confronting an illogical premise isn’t beneficial.  Lack of awareness isn’t the result of a psychological defense mechanism. 

I don't believe in supernatural agencies.  Humans are capable of both good and evil.  No need for demons.  But I do think that you should try to see the good in people, Nick.  

Take care.  Smile
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(Jul 28, 2018 04:36 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote:
(Jul 28, 2018 03:43 PM)Ostronomos Wrote: I am not nor do I feel threatened. Your well-intentioned comments are noted and appreciated. And I can guarantee that my actions will not escalate to a point where they are beyond my control. So don't be so uptight. Smile

Evil is real just like there is an opposition of good and evil entities like demons. You guys need to be more open minded about the possibility of supernatural agencies. They have independent existence and are unmistakable in appearance. But I doubt you have or will ever see one. I don't doubt that I can also attract good entities in my life through taking all the necessary steps. God is watching over me when in existence so I can remain calm.

Ah, good to know.  Thanks for the reassurance.  

Side note:  If Nick is having some health issues that he may not be aware of, confronting an illogical premise isn’t beneficial.  Lack of awareness isn’t the result of a psychological defense mechanism. 

I don't believe in supernatural agencies.  Humans are capable of both good and evil.  No need for demons.  But I do think that you should try to see the good in people, Nick.  

Take care.  Smile

You don't believe because you do not know how to access that world and therefore have never seen them. So you remain ignorant of them and therefore fall prey to all manner of deception. But I am 100% certain that such entities exist.

In order for the misconception of good and evil being exclusive to human beings to persist, a separate or external reality that leaves us cut off must also persist.
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#16
Ostronomos,

Supernatural beings do indeed exist, but they don't fuck around with us that often. There are cases of poltergeists and hauntings and even possessions, but these are few and far between. Don't assume you are the center of their cthonic concerns. Certain protections are in place to keep these things from happening very often.
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#17
(Jul 28, 2018 08:02 PM)Magical Realist Wrote: Supernatural beings do indeed exist, but they don't fuck around with us that often. There are cases of poltergeists and hauntings and even possessions, but these are few and far between. Don't assume you are the center of their cthonic concerns. Certain protections are in place to keep these things from happening very often.

We need a term for that. What be a good term for an atheist that believes in the supernatural?
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(Jul 28, 2018 09:01 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote:
(Jul 28, 2018 08:02 PM)Magical Realist Wrote: Supernatural beings do indeed exist, but they don't fuck around with us that often. There are cases of poltergeists and hauntings and even possessions, but these are few and far between. Don't assume you are the center of their cthonic concerns. Certain protections are in place to keep these things from happening very often.

We need a term for that.  What be a good term for an atheist that believes in the supernatural?


A mystical atheist. I owe that appellation for me to my own sister.
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(Jul 28, 2018 09:03 PM)Magical Realist Wrote:
(Jul 28, 2018 09:01 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote: What be a good term for an atheist that believes in the supernatural?
A mystical atheist.

No.  Right after I typed that, I thought...oh, duh! 

A Magical Realist
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#20
For those of us who don't see God, Demons, etc. , should we seek professional help?

Should the pro be someone who does see God, Demons etc.?
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