Some Articles about „psychosis“ and „schizophrenia“ by Experts!

Important neuroscience article:

Yale neuroscientists debunk the myth of normalcy in life and psychiatry

Classic psychiatry categorizes people in limiting, linear ways, while the world is inherently wide-ranging. The article proposes instead that each individual  be assessed and understood singularly” from a psychiatric perspective, but according to a wide range of fluctuating behaviors  and tendencies. This is a quantum approach to psychiatry, rather than the classic binary approach that offers only two options, ones and zeros. This means that any one behavior or condition may seem good or bad, appropriate or inappropriate, depending on the context.)

An alternative article about “schizophrenia”:

“Schizophrenia”, “psychosis” or something more profound

A “psycho” is someone who is experiencing a disconnection from everyday reality!  “Psychosis” could be more something like an enlightenment situation! You can learn very much from a person in a “psychotic” state of mind!)

Terence Mckenna and 60’s counterculture view on “schizophrenia”:

Terence Mckenna: On shamanic “schizophrenia” and cultural healing

A shaman is someone who swims in the same ocean as the “schizophrenic” , but the shaman has thousands and thousands of years of sanctioned technique and tradition to draw upon. We have gone very, very sick. And the body politic, like any body, when it feels itself to be sick, it begins to produce antibodies, or strategies for overcoming the condition of dis-ease. And the 20th century is an enormous effort at self-healing. Phenomena as diverse as surrealism, body piercing, psychedelic drug use, sexual permissiveness, jazz, experimental dance, rave culture, tattooing, the list is endless. What do all these things have in common? They represent various styles of rejection of linear values. The society is trying to cure itself by an archaic revival, by a reversion to archaic values.)

How non-industrial cultures view “mental illness”:

“Mental illness”; Alan Watts; Terrence Mckenna

Behaviors considered “mental illnesses” by western psychology are seen differently — even positively — in so-called “primitive” societies. Hearing voices and hallucinating, for example, can be the start of a spiritual awakening.)

An article about how shamans perceive “mental illness”:

What a shaman sees in a “mental” hospital

In the shamanic view, “mental illness” signals the “birth” of a healer.  Thus, “mental disorders” are spiritual emergencies, spiritual crises, and need to be regarded as such to aid the healer in being “bor

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