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The God delusion by Rossa Forbes Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:19pm The sudden realization to Chris that he was not God was a breakthrough, and needed careful handling. It was astonishing that he seemed to have recovered in so many ways and yet was under the impression that he was God. I had been fooled into thinking that Chris was further ahead than he actually was in terms of recovery. I knew enough by now t ... Read on »
The Mind, the Brain and God – Part II by RickHanson Posted Mon 10 Feb 2014 12:14pm In the last blog post we discussed the meaning of the words mind, brain and God and saw how the mind and the brain are interdependent. In this segment we’ll go into the popular arguments for and against God and further into the link between the mind and the brain. Proofs and Disproofs Lately, numerous authors have tried to rebut bel ... Read on »
How I know now what is real about my life: after delusions by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 20 Nov 2011 12:00am Since my last post elicited a response in the comments questioning how I know that I wasn't really a victim of Satanic ritual abuse, I thought I should answer that here, in case anybody else was wondering the same thing when they read my post. There were so many things I believed when I was psychotic, that I know now were delusions, that ... Read on »
Delusions are a leading cause of homicides; if you were delusional would you know? by David M. Posted Wed 03 Apr 2013 5:00am What exactly is a delusion and why are they so hard to recognize beforehand? Maybe visual delusions exist to remind us that everything we see might be a delusion. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) One particular delusion has been implicated as a leading cause of homicides. Related delusions may also pay a major role in other violent acts ev ... Read on »
An Eddie Vedder Delusion Resurfaces by Kate K. Patient Expert Posted Sat 17 Nov 2012 11:07am I lowered one of my two anti-psychotic medications by half under my psychiatrist’s direction several months ago.  I did this because I was having persistent trouble with anxiety, especially when I went shopping, and anxiety is one of the side effects of the drug, Abilify.  I had been on the highest dose of it and I didn’t like the idea of doing ... Read on »
Evolutionists Are Losing Bigtime by Pat S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 4:51pm I find it amazing and telling that after decades of the total control of the teaching of evolutionary theory at all levels of the educational system, by far the majority of Americans still believe that God had something very significant to do with the wonder of what we observe daily. A Gallup poll states that in spite of Darwin's control ov ... Read on »
Richard Dawkins' "Clear Thinking Oasis" is Getting a Bit Muddy by Wesley J. Smith Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 9:14pm Biologist/atheist polemicist Richard Dawkins, whose WEB site is self-described as "a clear thinking oasis," seems to be having trouble in that department of late. First, in an interview with Ben Stein in Expelled, he claimed that it is an "intriguing possibility" that life on earth might have been "seeded" on the earth by space aliens, pr ... Read on »
Fact and fiction by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:01pm Richard Dawkins exposed a major flaw in our education system, here and in the US. If you don't know him, he's the author of 'The God Delusion; the evidence for evolution', a book that I have read and fully appreciate. This post isn't intended to upset those of you with firm religious beliefs because, at the end of the day, science can always be att ... Read on »
A Witchhunt on Homeopathy by Dr. Brian K. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:03am THE HOMEOPATHIC WITCHUNT Attacks on Homeopathy Ever since it inception in 1810, homeopathic medicine has endured periods where it has been ridiculed, insulted and generally lambasted. Such periods tend to alternate with times in which it enjoys widespread support. At the moment it i ... Read on »
Darkness, Delusion and the Bhagavad Gita by Teal Marie Chimblo Fyrberg Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:53pm Image via Wikipedia One of my favorite morning reads is my battered old copy of the Bhagavad Gita (The Song of God.) I purchased it in high school at Peace of Mind Bookstore, and my copy was old and used when I got it. Now it looks to be almost as old as the 3,000 year old Vedic scripture contained within; but the message is ever shiny and ne ... Read on »