anonymous asked:

I'm very sorry that you have Schizotypal Personality Disorder. But, I'm just wondering, what do the hallucinations look like? In describing them? Are they terrifying or are you just used to them?

I don’t really mind them,actually. I hear that other people have disquieting hallucinations, but for me they don’t really bother me, but I think that it’s because my mind doesn’t have a proper fear response to traditionally terrifying things to begin with. I’ve also heard that hallucinations are different depending on cultural expectations and so that might also be involved.

Many of my hallucinations are seeing people or things. Like for example I was driving and saw a man and 2 children, all covered in shadow at night. It was in the middle of an especially chilly snowfall and logically no man would take his kids out in this weather at 10pm. When I checked my rearview mirror after I passed them, they were gone.

Sometimes when I drive, there are entities in the back of my car. Sometimes when I walk in hallways with weird lighting, I can see small things peeking out from the shadows, watching me as I watch them.

Once in a hotel room, a woman with a long tail lumbered around and then lumbered out when I asked her if she could help me get to sleep. Now that I think about it, it was kind of rude of me.

My counselor tells me that perhaps in another society I would be considered a spiritual leader or a shaman for the kinds of things I see. Spirits and such, I guess. I don’t like to think of myself as anything like that though. It sounds arrogant.

anonymous asked:

M!A: seeing things

M!A: Seeing Things:Muse is hallucinating for 48 hours


He’s not really there. He’s not really there. Allen thought to himself and he hugged his knee’s to his chest. Why did he have to be there? Why was it him? Sure he was used to seeing the Noah’s memory in the mirror but this was different. Narain. Why? Why was he seeing him? His friend from India the one who turned his sister into an Akuma was across the room from Allen. He was staring at him with though’s honey brown eyes. Just go away! Pleaded the silverete and shut his eyes tightly just wanting the figure in his room to go away. ‘Why couldn’t you save me? Allen?! Why?!’ Just go away!

Scientists Virtually Transport Man Back In Time by Stimulating Brain Parts

Scientists Virtually Transport Man Back In Time by Stimulating Brain Parts

The halluciations appeared after Pierre Mégevand implanted electrodes into the young man’s brain in search of the origin of his epilepsy. (Adrianna Williams/Corbis)

Scientists have been able to virtually transport a man back in time – simply by stimulating parts of his brain.


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