Spiritual verses Illness
During your first experience you are removed from the general popluation and sent to the elders who
instruct you as to what is happening and teach you ways to understand your process.
Once you have been ‘called’ you will always have this ‘call’. Refusing to accept it is not an option it will follow you. It is part of who you are.
You will experience another state, your own ‘divinity’ and connection to a unseen natural world.
You will experience spititual guides and teachers.
Realizing that death and time are just an illusion
You will experience the connection in all things.
A fact now known through quatum physics.
How every moment is in perfect balance. You will able to receive direct information from whatever you focus on. Referred to as ‘Divination”
You will understand the constant struggle between the light and the dark forces at play in the world. In the shamanic world 'power' is neutral and is used for both good and evil.
You will experience another reality that others do not see or understand but will not attempt to bring it into this ‘reality’.
Mental Health System
During your first experience you are removed from the general popluation and sent to the psyche ward who
instruct you as to what is happening and administer drugs
to disable the process.
Once you have been diagnosed as bi-polar you will always have this condition. Refusing to accept this is not an option it will to follow you. It is part of who you are.
Your condition will force you into a ‘pyschotic state’. Claiming to be God or another religious figure is very common. Losing all sense of time and fear of death.
A sympton of the illness.
During ‘Hyper-mania’ you will be so sensitive of your surroundings, seeing aspects of others and connections that nobody else sees. Sourcing out information from all. Called ‘Flight of ideas’ referred to as a symptom of the illness.
You experience that there is a constant battle going on between good and evil. Feeling that you are responsible to take on the side of good. Referred to as a symptom of the illness.
You will experience another reality that others do not see or understand and attempt to bring it into this ‘reality'. Creating a ‘psychotic break’.