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Guide to Studying Religion [Free Guide]
July 8, 2018
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As someone who's had paranormal experiences, I made a guide to study religious figures and figure out what is real about their testimony, which can help people who are diagnosed as schizophrenic.

I made it as a general purpose aid in studying religion, and it will get rid of most of the 'brainwashing' effects of it. Included is Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Gnosticism.

Enjoy! I hope it helps the schizophrenics out there. It has lots of tips of dealing with demons.

URL: http://alanlabel.com/

July 9, 2018
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I am married to a psychologist who follows the standard protocols of the DSM with all her patients who are categorized as schizophrenic or schizo-typical.  So I tread carefully with any discussion I have with her about a possible broader perspective concerning people who hear voices or see things the rest of us don't.

Since you are promoting learning and educating people starting with various forms of religion, I believe that is a valid approach to possible recovery or control of one's mind and consciousness. Not everyone has the strength of mind of John Nash, who could simple choose to no longer engage with his visions and voices, so mind, and spiritual tools sound like a reasonable approach.

Personally, I often thought, as I looked into the abyss of pristine Knowledge, my mind could react in a way that made others perceive me as schizophrenic.  Imagine a remote viewer trying to explain his visions to someone with no knowledge or belief in such a mind/consciousness skill set?

So, I tend to move away from labels in this case, for the broader perspective.

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