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Old 04-01-2009, 09:27 PM   #21
JadussD
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If I read this right it means that the person is overloaded by many opposing viewpoints and unable to differentiate. As in when your young they say the bible says do or don't do this, also your parents tell/show you other ways to act, fiction "santa, fairytails" and non fiction "poverty, hate, lies, ect", school, real news PBS, BBC and fake FOX, advertisements, your inner voice, your friends viewpoints.

All these views are true, lies, or biased for many reasons and the mind has trouble differentiating them. It's like an endless loop that if not corrected by finding the truth will cause the person no end of problems.
That is part of it. What I'm basically trying to say is that the universe itself may be split between opposing viewpoints, that it is not simply limited to the brain of the patient or the psychiatrist, that the actual universe has a portion of itself caught up in a dualism and that the mental illness prevalent is a symptom of those who get caught in this tension between opposing ideas and have not placed themselves above it.
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