Understanding Schizophrenia and Depression

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Understanding Schizophrenia and Depression

Schizophrenia is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a mental disorder characterized by abnormalities in the perception or expression of reality. It most commonly manifests as auditory hallucinations, paranoid or bizarre delusions or disorganized speech and thinking in the context of significant social or occupational dysfunction

Some of the major symptoms have been perceptional difficulties and voices. ‘Voices’ is a poor word to use for this Symptom as very few people who are diagnosed as hearing a voice actually hear a voice; it’s closer to being addressed by your own thoughts in the 3rd person and believing that these thoughts originate from outside yourself. Whether or not these thoughts come from evil spirits or a biochemical imbalance makes no difference to the person experiencing these symptoms because the effect remains the same. These voices and perceptional illusions can intrude upon the conscious mind and make it difficult to live. Diagnosis is based on the patient's self-reported experiences and observed behavior. No laboratory test for schizophrenia currently exists. A person diagnosed with schizophrenia may demonstrate disorganized and unusual thinking and speech, auditory hallucinations, and delusions.

The psychiatrist Kurt Schneider (1887–1967) listed the forms of psychotic symptoms that he thought distinguished schizophrenia from other psychotic disorders. These are called first-rank symptoms or Schneider's first-rank symptoms, and they include delusions of being controlled by an external force; the belief that thoughts are being inserted into or withdrawn from one's conscious mind; the belief that one's thoughts are being broadcast to other people; and hearing hallucinatory voices that comment on one's thoughts or actions or that have a conversation with other hallucinated voices.

Causes as per research conducted by Hora Biomagnetic research Centre

Our Biomagnetic field is approx 1 meter from our body controlled by Mooladhara chakra. The clockwise and the anticlockwise spin of Mooladhara causes a double spin of the subatomic particles one vertical and one horizontal, creating a Biomagnetic field. Magnetic field has a single spin whereas Biomagnetic field has double spin.

At the time of death the Biomagnetic field with the memory gets disconnected from the physical body. The memory of the person remains in the Biomagnetic field. (Scientist has found that memory does not reside in the brain so it has to be outside.) That is the reason why no laboratory test can diagnose depression. If a person is having a distortion in his magnetic field (Karma Dosha) before his death ,due to the earth magnetic field which has an opposite field gets pulled below the earth and remains till the distortion (Karma Dosha) is removed.

When a dead person soul gets trapped or attached to living persons Biomagnetic field then it is called soul attachment. Through my research I have found that due to weak magnetic field of a living person a dead person’s soul can get attached causing mental illness like depression, Schizophrenia etc. The memory of the dead person clashes with the memory of the live person causing phobias, confusion, hallucination etc. This must be the reason for hearing voices. If a soul of a dead woman enters a man he starts to develop female tendencies. Famous case I understand is of former Inspector General of police from India Mr. Panda popularly known as “doosri Radha”. Suddenly his behavior pattern changed while on duty. He started dressing like a woman believing himself to be Radha .He is an unfortunate victim of soul attachment. We should understand that person like IG Panda is not an ordinary person and instead of finding the cause we ridicule them. The behavior of the victim depends on the position of the attachment. If the attachment is on the front right side the victim can develop hallucination, schizophrenia, opposite sex tendencies.

In a recent case Bollywood film actor Govinda, things seems to go seriously wrong for him. Incidents of his infamous eccentric behavior are on the rise. There was an article in Bangalore mirror where a Mumbai based psychiatrist said “Judging by these stories one cannot underline that Govinda is schizophrenic”. This is a famous case of a normal person going abnormal. This according to me is an unfortunate case of soul attachment. In the past we have come across the famous case of actress Praveen Babi who suffered from schizophrenia.

There was a recent case of an IT professional committing suicide. She mentioned in the suicide note that she was a victim of split personality and got into depression. There are many such cases and it has become a global problem If the attachment is on the back right side, the victim can develop depression, phobias etc. In the news paper you must have come across of people suddenly getting into depression after the sudden demise of a person. There are cases abroad where people preserve the dead person in their house for years. This is a case of soul attachment where the dead person’s soul influences the attached person of not destroying the body.

We also have heard of cases of children talking about past birth experiences and we conclude it as rebirth. The same child as it grows forgets the past experiences. This is a case of soul attachment. During childhood the child has a tender memory and hence it gets under the influence of the memories of the attached soul. As the child grows and develops his own memory the influence of the memory of the soul attached gets reduced.

From the book "Life After Death"
By Girish menon www.horamag.com

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Stop...take a deep breath..and another..and another...

mayasurfer | Wed, 01/21/2009 - 08:19
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Is the observer insane?

I always wondered what is going on in there with the observer in case of people with radical psychiatric problems.

I assume the problem is all related to the mind and body and so if they dis-identify and associate with the observer they are assumed to get rid of all the problems but maybe their psychiatric problems prevent them from following this procedure that does necessitates the cooperation of some part of the mind...

superwoman | Wed, 01/21/2009 - 08:43