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Postby Psymask » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:05 am

Unusually someone would always think that they are completely separate from the world around them.

The question would be "are they separate?"

If your detached from social systems, do you regard your self as separate? In the sense that you have autonomy yes, but in the sense that you are dependant on the outer world, no.

Wouldn't it be nice to fade into the inner psyche and play around with your subconscious. A kind of deep dive "ghost in the shell" style.

So, if you welcomed it would you admit your dependant psychologically on the outside world, or would you say you are inner diving enough?

Are you relentless in your attempt into the psyche?

I thought this might be interesting. I didn't check for similar topics.

It's a life and death in cognitive aegis isn't it.
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Re: Is this a kind of human

Postby iabsurdlyexist » Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:15 pm

While I may feel detached from society, I don't find it necessary to actually be outside of it and go it my own. There is plenty of space on the outskirts to reap the rewards but not be encompassed by it. I'm willing to compromise on the good and bad aspects of society for my little slice. So, while I feel detached from society, I know that I am not separate nor would I take on that effort to become so.

That being said, there are still places on Earth where people live totally separate and probably feel psychologically dependent. Kudos to them?
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Re: Is this a kind of human

Postby Psymask » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:43 am

Psychologically I mean.
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Postby iabsurdlyexist » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:00 am

Well, that is what I meant by detached. I don't feel psychologically connected but I know I am still part of society. What I do and how I interact with others still affects society. Society still has reactions based on my interactions. Even if I don't feel a part of them myself, it is still happening.

I'd imagine that if you aren't aware that your actions have an impact on society on a whole, you are either outside society(physically) or possibly have a disorder that isn't aware of that fact.

It's also possible I don't get your meaning.
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Re: Is this a kind of human

Postby Psymask » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:50 am

Maybe you don't. I think I'm asking you what reality is to the human psyche to people who feel detached already from social physics, if you will :).

So, is your mind all of existence, or does all of existence contain your mind?
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Postby iabsurdlyexist » Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:04 am

Yeah, you may be on a different astral plane than I. I'm a fairly down to earth Schizoid. I assume I don't see a different reality than most others. I'll admit, I may make my own reality but I am still aware of true reality. It is sad at times.
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Re: Is this a kind of human

Postby Psymask » Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:52 am

What about true reality makes you sad?

-- Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:53 pm --

I think true reality is the force below the manifestation of form. And it's pure and unadulterated.
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Re: Is this a kind of human

Postby Psymask » Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:37 am

Im looking into seeing the life of the world as conscious of its self in a way wherein all forms, people, trees, insects, birds, etc, are manifestations of the fundamental and not objects in a physical stage. Which being as though this stage is where persona plays out in humans it is likely to me that people here may see through it, as it is not fundamental

I had a hunch someone who identifies as schizoid may contemplate this.
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Postby iabsurdlyexist » Sat Jan 12, 2019 12:06 pm

Based on my experience, this seems more like a topic for Schizotypal.

What I consider reality makes me sad because there is a lot of stupid $#%^ happening in the world and I just have to watch it unfold. To ignore it or be oblivious to it may be as unhealthy as interacting with it. Not sure there is a right answer.
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Re: Is this a kind of human

Postby Psymask » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:56 am

Well, regardless of sub~forum choice, this topic applies to human development.

The world of individual things as separate with there own agenda that is independent to the seeming other may actually be an illusion. Anyway.

The world, the game we are playing. God, atheist, war, peace, famine, excess, are all illusory when considering what is driving reality.

Coming to reality means to see past the face of life and see the reality and we see what it means to be human and it can be seen if wanted that we are responsible for our reality and everything inside of it is us. Completely.

So, I made the thread. Thinking that a disorder like schizoid which seems to be based around thought, might yield some interest from this.

-- Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:02 pm --

Schizotypal. You may be right.

Thanks for the answers.
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