> going on? I say this because VERY FEW RESPONSES
> are like my own past encounters with ALTERNATIVE
> REALITIES. I just assumed that I was singular in
> that category, at least on this Forum.
Pb- that's funny. My view has been quite the opposite, in that I have always felt certain that many others here have had such experinces!
> Maybe Graham should add a new board called
> Alternate Reality.
That's a good idea, imo
> That's a hugh topic I now see from some of you
> I always wave the hand and blame the schizo for
> all of my bizzare experiences. I NEVER expected
> anyone here to have identical or similar
> experiences to happen to themselves.
> PB. Did you not read any of my posts?
Some. But you frame your episodes as skitzo. That's not how I view my own.
> I get it. It is not easy to admonish others about
> our own STRANGE OCCURANCES!!
Lol. I would never do that if anyone were to share strange experiences.
> I was in a trance, or, I was in another reality.
> Which it was, I do not know.
> I don't need to share stories, but instead three
> things come up:
> 1. Possible schizophrenia.
> 2. A temporary "madness" due to any physical
> 3. A genuine Connection to an Alternate Reality.
This is to Luke's question. What are the limits of our interpretations? I think Whitley answered clearly, that he believes his experiences were or are real, and that he understands the philosophical limits of this kind of certainty. You might not remember, but on more than one occasion I remarked directly to you that your self-described skitzo stuff sounds much more real than delusional, at least some of the time.
I've paid very close attention and feel similarly certain that many of my own episodes were level 3, to your schemata above. Nothing remotely skitzo, imo.
> Anyways, we may or can talk, privately or
> otherwise. Your boundaries I will respect.
Thank you. At this point, if you are addressing me, I would like that. But right now I am busy with three writing projects that I would dishonour by not giving them the majority of my attention at this time. I am feeling the call to write again.
But a chat might be fun, in the not too distant future. And thank you for reaching out. In the meanwhile, I suggest you follow up on that new message board. Luke is reading this.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 20-May-20 03:08 by Poster Boy.