jkisha wrote:You need to stop doing research and seek medical help ASAP.
If you can determine someone's frequency and you have this technology, you can not only 'listen' to someone's thoughts, but you can transmit 'thoughts' into their minds.
Savannah wrote:BRCvoices, you might want to show this thread to both of your mental health practitioners when you visit--they know you far better than we do & may have an opinion about the value of the environment here for your state of mind. ePlaya has a great deal of information and social value, but it is not a place known for kindness or softness, and indeed has a lot more in common with the general internet than the Burn. As many new folks in general notice: you are likely to encounter disagreement, rudeness, sarcasm, irreverence, dubious advice, disbelief, dismissiveness, wildly insensitive humor, etc.
That said, hello.
jkisha wrote:You might find this interesting: http://www.ted.com/talks/eleanor_longden_the_voices_in_my_head.html
ranger magnum wrote:I think its pretty cool you can write about what is going on in your head.
(not auditory hallucinations, but real people voices)
Lonesomebri wrote:(not auditory hallucinations, but real people voices)
The thing is, real people's voices are created by vocal cords, in peoples throats... If the sounds are coming from within a persons head, and they are the only ones hearing the voices, that doesn't fit with "real" persons voices. That's just the rule I go by though. If these voices lie to you, maybe they are not worth listening to and giving credit. And the rules might actually be your own making, along with the notion of punishment.
ranger magnum wrote:A lot of this applies to life in general, voices or not.
brcvoices wrote:Write it off as a crazy talk. Don't consider any other possibilities. That's the easiest thing to do.
Lonesomebri wrote:brcvoices wrote:Write it off as a crazy talk. Don't consider any other possibilities. That's the easiest thing to do.
Yes, considering other possibilities...that's a great idea. I try to do that, everyone should, not conform to some set of rules. Ummm, I never mentioned "crazy talk", so, whose voice said that?
brcvoices wrote:ranger magnum wrote:A lot of this applies to life in general, voices or not.
Yes, and it shows what an idiot I am for not getting it sooner. Thankfully, I finally got it and appreciate what's right in front of me now, at last.
Simple, once I had the proper information.
I know this is an overly simplified analogy, but there may be some parallels with your situation.
Best of luck
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