DOES HALLUSINATION IS VISION OF ANOTHER "WORLDS"?
HAD YOU EVER SEE A SHADOWS OR SOMETHING ABNORMAL FOR FEW SECONDS THEN THINK IS JUST BECAUSE YOU TIRED OR YOUR EYES IS. HAD YOU EVER HEAR ANY OF VOICES FROM NO WHERE ? YOU THINK IS JUST HALLUSINATION OR SOMEONE`S VOICE FROM OUTSIDE? IS NOT ALWAYS HALLUSIONATION. IS ANOTHER REALITY WHICH YOU WERE EYEWITNESS
Researchers at Yale University Albert Powers and Philip Corlett decided to check whether there are any differences between the hallucinations of mentally ill people and those considered to be mentally healthy.
Scientists managed to collect a group of volunteers, which included people who called themselves psychics. All of them were selected according to one criterion: the subjects claimed that they received daily audible messages from their interlocutors from the subtle world. All selected participants were tested, which showed that none of them are lying and not suffering from a mental disorder.
Then, psychic readings were compared with information obtained from people suffering from schizophrenia or manic-depressive psychosis, as well as the mentally healthy members of the control group.
It turned out that psychics often perceive voices in a positive way and believe that they help them in life. But mentally ill people are afraid of voices (or their alleged carriers) and believe that these entities are going to harm them.
A typical example: the psychic voice tells some reliable information about a person or event, suggesting how best to act in a given situation. Schizophrenic voice can "recommend" to harm yourself or even kill yourself, attack someone, frighten, mock.
In addition, a sick person usually can not "turn off" a hallucination at will. But a healthy individual with extrasensory abilities is quite capable of controlling his own voice and turning them to his own advantage.
"These people have a high degree of control over their own internal voices," Corlett, one of the authors of the study, comments. "They are also much more willing to come into contact with them and see them as positive or neutral forces in their lives.
We believe that people with similar psychological characteristics can give us new knowledge in neuroscience, cognitive psychology and, as a result, in the treatment of such a symptom.
In a separate category, there are stories about people who saw their own twins. In psychiatry, such cases are well known as autoscopic hallucinations, which can be observed in both mental illness and those who are mentally healthy.
Specialists identify common features of the appearance of twins. As a rule, those arise unexpectedly. Most often, the double is facing the original, and you can not reach it.
Although the size of the phantom usually coincides with the size of the original, it is often visible only certain parts of the body, for example, the head or trunk. In this case, the details can be easily seen, but either the colors are dull, or the double is generally colorless. It is transparent and looks like consisting of a jelly-like substance or as a reflection in a glass.
Very often the double repeats all movements of the original, copies the expression of his face. Mentally ill people often complain that the double imitates them.
The phenomenon of twins has been repeatedly described in fiction. In Henry Heine's poem The Double, a typical description of the phenomenon of his own "copy" to a healthy person is given. And the story of the same name by Dostoevsky tells of the hallucinations of a mentally ill hero.
In the old days there was a belief that a person who is destined to see his own double will soon die. Meanwhile, in the textbook "General Psychopathology" for students of medical institutes it is said that autoscopic hallucinations are often associated with severe forms of brain disorders. Indeed, in many cases, twins are seriously ill people.
A clinical case is a story that happened to the famous French writer Guy de Maupassant. In 1887, Maupassant worked on the story of "Eagle," which dealt with an invisible being who had settled in the hero's house. Suddenly a man entered the room where the writer was, seated himself in front of him and began dictating the continuation of the work. Not at once Maupassant realized that before him his own "reflection"!
The double, however, quickly disappeared. And soon the writer fell ill with a mental disorder, which eventually led to death.
THERE IS A LOT OF CASES ABOUT PEOPLE TWO SEE THEM "TWINS" BEFORE THEY DIE BUT ABOUT THAT I WILL TELL IN MY OTHER POSTS SOON.
Meanwhile, parapsychologists do not hurry to relate various kinds of voices and other hallucinations to the non-existent realm. They put forward the hypothesis that some astral entities are really present alongside us, but in the ordinary state we are not able to enter into contact with them.
If there is a malfunction in the human psyche - as a result of a disease, a craniocerebral trauma or, say, a white fever, - then he begins to perceive a subtle world, and, as a rule, in the darkest of his hypostases. As for psychics, it is not without reason that this word means "supersensitive".
Apparently, there are people who have higher sensitivity than others, they can enter the altered state of consciousness and perceive otherworldly realities, but at the same time are able to filter their perception and weed out destructive entities.
It is not excluded that such "hallucinations" may simply be a property of the psyche. That is, the psychic does not talk with the other-worldly essence, but with himself, connecting to the information field of the universe. By the way, this phenomenon perfectly fits the phenomenon of twins. But information comes to the clairvoyant in the form of phantoms or voices.
Let us recall the well-known holy fools and blessed ones, who often said businesslike things, predicted the future, but because their psyche was broken, the information came to them often in a chaotic manner. If all this had an exceptionally pathological nature, it is unlikely that the information obtained in this way from the clairvoyants would be any reliable.
In a word, we have something to ponder. And do not declare a person who sees and hears something unusual, crazy. Perhaps, it is simply accessible to things that most of us can not perceive.