Psychology of Derangement

Recorded November 2, 2004

Written in “article style” channeled from an unknown spiritual teacher.

The sickness of the mind can be broken down into categories. The first is the elusive mind. This indicates that the person who is suffering from this will be unaware of their problems. Their will is weak and they succumb to many maladies.

The one that concerns us here is the derangement of the mind that blocks itself off from other parts of the self. Here the patient is playing different roles in the same body.

There are many levels of growth going on at once. Each split self is learning lessons, yet when married into one being- these separate selves can look extreme.

The soul has agreed that in this life they will take on more than one ego, in hopes to integrate these selves. It is a life journey of integration. Yet each separated self grows and evolves as the one does heal.

Verbal communication with the other “selves” is possible. Just as speaking with a spirit, we can communicate with any fraction of our self. When you become aware of the other “selves” you can then counsel them into healing.

Each separated self has individual needs and ways of expression. One side may need religious expression or exhalation, another self may need a strong mother to bring her about. When in communication with the other selves, you can fulfill each need as it manifests. The more you feed the healthy needs of the split selves, you can integrate into a whole loving being.

Compassion for our split selves also gives us compassion toward our fellow-man. Seeing our split selves as ego- selves, fabricated personalities that teach us lessons. We can also see how each person that affects our lives is but a larger ego-self system. Then we can begin to understand the concept that we are all one. Having all come from the same source we are all aspects and “fabricated personalities” of the One.

~ FIN ~

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