Collective Conciousness / Holistic Wellbeing / Neurology / Paradigm Shift / Psychiatry

7 Things They Won’t Tell You About Mental Illness

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Very thought provoking. I was really impressed by the insights of this post. Highly recommended reading.

As Bob Marley said: “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our mind.”

Alternate Dimension

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This post is not an attack to anyone who suffers or that has been unfairly diagnosed and socially stigmatized.

Mental distress is real and a normal response to this crazy world. Despite what they want you to believe, there is nothing wrong with being down or depressed. Our whole planet is depressive. Their system is flawed and they know it, but it serves them, not us.

Mental illnesses are just pure occidental social constructs.

Outside of this western civilization, people have different opinions and views concerning what the whitewestern man thinks of what he calls mental illnesses.

Understand the meaning of this post. Open your eyes. Open your mind.


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2 thoughts on “7 Things They Won’t Tell You About Mental Illness

  1. I think psychiatry will always be an indicator of where a society is at. Suprisingly, in India I found the APA worldview had reached into the minds of the many. But there were exceptions, people who thought more carefully and profoundly.

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    • Thank you for that insight. I’m guessing rural and remote areas of India would still make use of traditional treatments for mental illness. But I imagine their labels for what constitutes “illness” would be very different than in the modernized industrial centers. On matters of mental illness I often find myself returning to Krishnamurtri: “It is not healthy to be well adjusted to a sick society.” And recently Ram Dass on neurosis: “Invite them in for tea, accept them and sit down with them.” Great to hear from you. Many thanks for checking out my stuff. Freaky I’m like: mental note, must get onto EP. You beat me to the punch!

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