Posts Tagged ‘psychosis’

Why You Must Prevent Psychosis Or Schizophrenia If You Are Mentally Ill

All psychiatrists must stop prescribing dangerous medications to the victims of their ignorance, and learn how to translate the meaning of dreams. All psychologists and mental health counselors must do the same. They are trying to cure invincible mental illnesses without the right knowledge, as if they were trying to put an end to fire in a forest with a few drops of water. Everyone must learn how to cure psychosis and schizophrenia thanks to the divine guidance in dreams instead of inventing extremely dangerous and useless therapies for invincible mental disorders.

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Curing Schizophrenia and Psychosis – Real Cases that Marked My Life

One day, Arnold’s mother sent me a letter, telling me that he was in a clinic. He had electroshock therapy after hitting his sisters and breaking many objects in his house. I saw him in this clinic in 1980, when I traveled to my country in order to decide if I would really permanently live in Greece or not. Arnold had lost his conscience. His words made no sense.

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Schizophrenia Cure – Support for Psychiatrists and Patients

The unconscious mind that produces our dreams is the only one that can cure all mental illnesses because it knows the causes of all problems. It also knows all possible solutions for these problems. This means that we should follow its guidance with gratitude. All psychiatrists and psychologists will find support when they learn how to accurately translate the meaning of their dreams and of their patients’ dreams when they implement this kind of psychotherapy. This way everyone will find peace and happiness now that we have discovered the power of the dream messages.

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Can Neurosis Become Psychosis?

Neurosis can be easily cured in its first stages and even when it is almost becoming psychosis, if you seriously care about the meaning of your dreams, and you follow the unconscious’ guidance.

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