Frosty97

Experienced Psychosis? And how to go about it.

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A few years ago I experienced this: I couldn't distinguish my thought and imagination from reality.

When I thought someone was going to die in my mind, I thought they would actually die at that moment.

And when I thought a dog would walk into my door when I opened it, It would really happen.

 

I didn't take any psychedelics before that happened so I think people call this a non-drug induced psychosis(which is said to be a severe mental illness).

I didn't think much about it but after listening to Leo's content I now realize that it's an on going process of realizing I am God.

 

I have a problem when I have to tell someone that I take medication after that incident because most people don't know about these things.

 

What I'm realizing now is How much what I'm putting into your mind is important. And that it's all Your/My/One's doing.

I personally now regulate what I put into my mind. Drop negative thoughts, block out toxic viewpoints and stuff like that.

I now try to write gratitude journals everyday because I used to always see the negative of things (What I focus on I attract)

 

I'm realizing these Universal Laws and Core Principles to guide me into a better direction.

It's a feeling more than anything but I think I am going in the right direction.

 

Sorry if it was too scatter brained..

Give me some support I think I'll need it.

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I am God. I am Love. I am Infinity. I am Frosty97.

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48 minutes ago, Frosty97 said:

I personally now regulate what I put into my mind. Drop negative thoughts, block out toxic viewpoints and stuff like that.

This is pointless. We don’t control our minds. Thoughts come and go on their own. 

Focus instead on questioning your thoughts. 


"Wanting keeps me from the awareness I already have it. I already am it.” — Byron Katie

 

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@Frosty97 I can relate, am taking antipsychotics daily because of my experiences and comedowns in this work. I would personally recommend you to read Taming Your Gremlin by Rick Carson. It reads like a great talk therapy session teaching you on how to handle your thoughts through this useful visual gremlin metaphor.  Probably my favorite self-help book of all time and I don't know where I'd be without it.


“We have two ears and one mouth so we can listen twice as much as we speak." -Epictetus

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