Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Social Programing: Nonconformity and Freethinking Now Considered Mental Illnesses

A friend I meet recently, was committed to an institution for 6 years, because they had profound shamanic experiences which they could not understand. Their family, after hearing about the experiences of their son, decided he was insane, and invalidated him so much that he can barely go a day with out asking himself "am I crazy?" His life has been a mess ever since, a constant struggle for validating his energetic mystical experiences.

After meeting him, and hearing about his experiences, I told him his far from insane, and in fact, you are probably more in-touch with the subtle energies then most people. Over the course of 4 weeks, he has completely turned around, and started to really change his life. Not because of some new thing that was transferred from me to him. Simply because he started asking the big question... "why" and being brave enough to accept and contemplate the answers he was getting. Validation of self is HUGE and on earth we are constantly being told that our personal experiences are invalid, a coincidence, and fantasy. This is intentional, it is part of the social programing and mind control pushed by our would-be masters. Heal yourself by going within and using your personal discernment when being told an external belief is more important then your personal experience. I will post a video about Jennifer, a girl whom was committed for Bipolar and detoxed herself from the meds.
- Justin
Source - 2012 The Awakening

The DSM-IV is the manual used by psychiatrists to diagnose mental illnesses and, with each new edition, there are scores of new mental illnesses. Are we becoming sicker? Is it getting harder to be mentally healthy? Authors of the DSM-IV say that it’s because they’re better able to identify these illnesses today. Critics charge that it’s because they have too much time on their hands.

New mental illnesses identified by the DSM-IV include arrogance, narcissism, above-average creativity, cynicism, and antisocial behavior. In the past, these were called “personality traits,” but now they’re diseases.

And there are treatments available.

All of this is a symptom of our over-diagnosing and overmedicating culture. In the last 50 years, the DSM-IV has gone from 130 to 357 mental illnesses. A majority of these illnesses afflict children. Although the manual is an important diagnostic tool for the psychiatric industry, it has also been responsible for social changes. The rise in ADD, bipolar disorder, and depression in children has been largely because of the manual’s identifying certain behaviors as symptoms. A Washington Post article observed that, if Mozart were born today, he would be diagnosed with ADD and “medicated into barren normality.”

According to the DSM-IV, the diagnosis guidelines for identifying oppositional defiant disorder are for children, but adults can just as easily suffer from the disease. This should give any freethinking American reason for worry.

The Soviet Union used new “mental illnesses” for political repression. People who didn’t accept the beliefs of the Communist Party developed a new type of schizophrenia. They suffered from the delusion of believing communism was wrong. They were isolated, forcefully medicated, and put through repressive “therapy” to bring them back to sanity.

When the last edition of the DSM-IV was published, identifying the symptoms of various mental illnesses in children, there was a jump in the diagnosis and medication of children. Some states have laws that allow protective agencies to forcibly medicate, and even make it a punishable crime to withhold medication. This paints a chilling picture for those of us who are nonconformists.

Although the authors of the manual claim no ulterior motives but simply better diagnostic practices, the labeling of freethinking and nonconformity as mental illnesses has a lot of potential for abuse. It can easily become a weapon in the arsenal of a repressive state

Jennifer's Story: Healing Bipolar Mania/Depression Naturally

Uploaded on Aug 19, 2011

Jennifer is an average girl from small town USA who's powerful story has helped transform and empower people whom she meets. Her struggle with depression, manic episodes, etc led her personal struggle, becoming a social outcast and many other limiting circumstances. Despite "the hand she we delt" she decided to get off the medication, tell her doctors "NO i am not sick!" and to take back her life.

Jennifer's amazing story is one of personal discovery and empowerment for the edification of all whom are told they are "crazy, imbalanced." Discover the truth about yourself with her breath taking bravery and sense of personal strength as she reveals to the world her amazing accomplishment.

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