|Originally posted by 0100306660SAS |
have you ever experienced it personally?
what people term "psychosis" ?
you do not have more knowledge than me on this. do not assume you do. do not call me "uninformed" when you lack experience. the studies you try to learn are all external based.
No, and I really hope never to go through it. Regardless on what your opinion might be, it's uninformed and uncultivated since you lack any contact with such patients and further more, the events you previously described can be interpreted in several manners which - again - have to do with experience.
|studying the brain is not studying the mind or consciousness itself.|
True, reason why I'm studying C.G Jung's work in my spare time.
But technology will catch up with that as well. Just like psychoses were seen as either religious, cultural, symbolic- related, through the advancement of imagistics, we are drawing closer to its understanding.