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Trying to control the mind is like trying to flatten out water Prince Ea So your mind is outta control, huh? You wanna control the mind? Well, guess what? You can’t do it. Nobody can do it. Trying to control the mind … Continue reading
Jim van Os is a psychiatrist who knows understands the devastating consequences of the widespread stereotype of schizo diagnoses. He has been actively researching into relations between environment and diagnoses, especially early adverse experiences and how they relate to becoming … Continue reading
I don’t know about all “the voices” but here’s one word my voices say a lot. Continue reading
Thought creates reality and then it says, I didn’t do it; it’s there by itself, and I must correct it.
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