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For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?

 
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For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They're crippling me to think all that I believed for ten years was fake - just in my head. I'll survive. How have others among you coped?

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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
By what myth do you live?
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I embraced it
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They're crippling me to think all that I believed for ten years was fake - just in my head. I'll survive. How have others among you coped?
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you are just in denial that they are REAL!
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Remember there are many types of schizophrenia, and they don't all have your symptoms.
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They were not "fake". What you consider real, what you remember "is".


Everyone sees the world differently. Even the "Sane" people.

I cant see colors like other. Maybe what I taste would be completely different for your.

Reality is a perception. When you realize that you will come to grips with your mind/attitude about it.
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Are you a spasm of an atom?
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They just claim chosen status!!!
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
myth is all schizophrenia is
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They were not "fake". What you consider real, what you remember "is".


Everyone sees the world differently. Even the "Sane" people.

I cant see colors like other. Maybe what I taste would be completely different for your.

Reality is a perception. When you realize that you will come to grips with your mind/attitude about it.
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I think they were fake alright - at least in the sense that they don't apply to me in the physical realm.

I miss the delusions, the voices - I was so happy. Loneliness has now overwhelmed me. I don't relate to people anymore. They all know me as that guy now.

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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They were not "fake". What you consider real, what you remember "is".


Everyone sees the world differently. Even the "Sane" people.

I cant see colors like other. Maybe what I taste would be completely different for your.

Reality is a perception. When you realize that you will come to grips with your mind/attitude about it.
 Quoting: Forgotten


I think they were fake alright - at least in the sense that they don't apply to me in the physical realm.

I miss the delusions, the voices - I was so happy. Loneliness has now overwhelmed me. I don't relate to people anymore. They all know me as that guy now.
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The "physical realm" is over rated.


You are a spirit having a human experience, not a human having a spiritual experience.

The physical is temporary. The energy/astral realm goes on for eternity.

Be happy you were able to experience something different. Something to keep you from turning into a sheep.

Be happy you had that "company" so you werent lonely.

There are positives in everything. There is no point dwelling on the past.

Live in the "Now".
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They were not "fake". What you consider real, what you remember "is".


Everyone sees the world differently. Even the "Sane" people.

I cant see colors like other. Maybe what I taste would be completely different for your.

Reality is a perception. When you realize that you will come to grips with your mind/attitude about it.
 Quoting: Forgotten


I think they were fake alright - at least in the sense that they don't apply to me in the physical realm.

I miss the delusions, the voices - I was so happy. Loneliness has now overwhelmed me. I don't relate to people anymore. They all know me as that guy now.
 Quoting: Nobody Maybe


The "physical realm" is over rated.


You are a spirit having a human experience, not a human having a spiritual experience.

The physical is temporary. The energy/astral realm goes on for eternity.

Be happy you were able to experience something different. Something to keep you from turning into a sheep.

Be happy you had that "company" so you werent lonely.

There are positives in everything. There is no point dwelling on the past.

Live in the "Now".
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I appreciate your comment. So true. Thank you.
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They're crippling me to think all that I believed for ten years was fake - just in my head. I'll survive. How have others among you coped?
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I'm not 'schizophrenic' but try and arrive at the realization that all you have is the PRESENT moment, or the NOW. Your perception of the 'past' is really an illusion that you create in your mind and often this ruins your ability to embrace and acknowledge the present (perhaps what they refer to as 'living in the past'). Same concept applies to the 'future'.

Try and find value in all of your experiences, the 'good' and especially the 'bad'. Even the seemingly 'negative' experiences serve a valuable function in building you up and making you stronger - adding to your character. If you don't get tested and don't stumble along the way then you'll never learn anything and experience the growth that you need to really advance yourself.

Life never came easy to me and I never seemed to know the correct path to take. I discovered that in order to eventually find out what was best for me, it was necessary that I go through the arduous process of experiencing the things that didn't work for me FIRST. I needed to go through what I did to arrive at where I find myself today and for that reason I see value in my past experiences and no longer look back with any regret about what often had felt like a 'wasted' life. It took AWHILE before I felt this way so it wasn't something that I discovered 'overnight' so to speak.

Don't be surprised if you find yourself eventually arriving at a similar conclusion upon which you will look back on these so-called 'past' experiences with a completely different perception than the one you hold today.

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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They were not "fake". What you consider real, what you remember "is".


Everyone sees the world differently. Even the "Sane" people.

I cant see colors like other. Maybe what I taste would be completely different for your.

Reality is a perception. When you realize that you will come to grips with your mind/attitude about it.
 Quoting: Forgotten


I think they were fake alright - at least in the sense that they don't apply to me in the physical realm.

I miss the delusions, the voices - I was so happy. Loneliness has now overwhelmed me. I don't relate to people anymore. They all know me as that guy now.
 Quoting: Nobody Maybe


The "physical realm" is over rated.


You are a spirit having a human experience, not a human having a spiritual experience.

The physical is temporary. The energy/astral realm goes on for eternity.

Be happy you were able to experience something different. Something to keep you from turning into a sheep.

Be happy you had that "company" so you werent lonely.

There are positives in everything. There is no point dwelling on the past.

Live in the "Now".
 Quoting: Forgotten


I appreciate your comment. So true. Thank you.
 Quoting: Nobody Maybe



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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They're crippling me to think all that I believed for ten years was fake - just in my head. I'll survive. How have others among you coped?
 Quoting: Nobody Maybe


I'm not 'schizophrenic' but try and arrive at the realization that all you have is the PRESENT moment, or the NOW. Your perception of the 'past' is really an illusion that you create in your mind and often this ruins your ability to embrace and acknowledge the present (perhaps what they refer to as 'living in the past'). Same concept applies to the 'future'.

Try and find value in all of your experiences, the 'good' and especially the 'bad'. Even the seemingly 'negative' experiences serve a valuable function in building you up and making you stronger - adding to your character. If you don't get tested and don't stumble along the way then you'll never learn anything and experience the growth that you need to really advance yourself.

Life never came easy to me and I never seemed to know the correct path to take. I discovered that in order to eventually find out what was best for me, it was necessary that I go through the arduous process of experiencing the things that didn't work for me FIRST. I needed to go through what I did to arrive at where I find myself today and for that reason I see value in my past experiences and no longer look back with any regret about what often had felt like a 'wasted' life. It took AWHILE before I felt this way so it wasn't something that I discovered 'overnight' so to speak.

Don't be surprised if you find yourself eventually arriving at a similar conclusion upon which you will look back on these so-called 'past' experiences with a completely different perception than the one you hold today.

greenkarma

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 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


this^^^

Wise individual.
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
Well at first it was difficult but eventually I found this website and since then I have found that most people on here believe what ever I tell them as long as it goes against what they see in the news.(If I say other wise it seems I get negative karma for being a shill"

Makes for a perfect place for me as well as others like me to rehab. Or at least enjoy our own fantasies.
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
They're crippling me to think all that I believed for ten years was fake - just in my head. I'll survive. How have others among you coped?
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Are you talking to us or them? lol
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
Well, the whole world is deceived. You can't trust your own mind nor your thoughts, sadly, but at least you realise that, a lot of people think their mind is their friend.
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They were not "fake". What you consider real, what you remember "is".


Everyone sees the world differently. Even the "Sane" people.

I cant see colors like other. Maybe what I taste would be completely different for your.

Reality is a perception. When you realize that you will come to grips with your mind/attitude about it.
 Quoting: Forgotten


I think they were fake alright - at least in the sense that they don't apply to me in the physical realm.

I miss the delusions, the voices - I was so happy. Loneliness has now overwhelmed me. I don't relate to people anymore. They all know me as that guy now.
 Quoting: Nobody Maybe


It's a form of temptation IMO, similar to what Christ experience in the desert, you met the deceiver and he told you a lot of lies. We can't all be as knowing as Jesus.
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
you understand that the coctors and shrinks are spiritually handicapped sons of bitches!

embrace youre gift mother fucker.

in the old days scizos were seen as holy men.
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you understand that the doctors and shrinks are spiritually handicapped sons of bitches!

embrace youre gift mother fucker.

in the old days scizos were seen as holy men.
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
I had it as a one off mid life crisis thing so I wouldn't meet the criteria, it stopped after a few years and never returned, but I used to ask the voice for proofs of what it was saying, those proofs never came, so I could half-see through it, not completely because it establishes a rapport bond, something like a mesmeric/hypnotic thing that makes you find it more credible than you normally would, sort of like how in a hypnotist show people automatically believe what the hypnotist is telling them, if you can establish doubt in your mind you can throw it off eventually. I came to find it a vampiric thing as though it was coming in for a feed.
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They're crippling me to think all that I believed for ten years was fake - just in my head. I'll survive. How have others among you coped?
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I'd love to hear some details about what has been dispelled from your world view... I have some interesing stories I could share also.

Have you heard of John Nash? I have a little write up on him, and James Tilly Matthews here: [link to www.whenistheapocalypse.com]
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I like hearing about schizo experiences, it's fascinating.
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I embraced it
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yes
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I like hearing about schizo experiences, it's fascinating.
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I can play psychiatrist on this site and no one will arrest me!
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Eh, who cares what they think. Have a beer. They are impossible to please anyways.
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
I have a different diagnosis than you, Bipolar 1, but I have experienced the delusions and hallucinations, especially during manias. I have a lot of memories that didn't happen in objective reality. I just think of them as experiences like any other. I've had the opportunity to have intense experiences of euphoria that most people will never approach. I know they were all in my head, but I don't care. They are experiences that were for me alone. They will always be a part of me. I have chosen a more stable, moderate path now, with the help of my arsenal of pills, lol. On the whole, I'm happier now. Euphoria can be draining, it tends to lead to a crash. I learned a lot from the insanity, so now I can live a more balanced life with some extra wisdom I might not have otherwise had. Just because it wasn't real for others doesn't mean it wasn't real for you. Learn from it, and use the experiences to help build the you that you want to be.
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Eh, who cares what they think. Have a beer. They are impossible to please anyways.
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clappa
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Re: For schizophrenics: how do you survive the blow when you realize your thoughts were but a delusion?
well it can be a big social stigma for the schizzes, there's no social support for recovering schizzes in your area? Some people aren't bothered by it, like us.

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