Thinking Outside the

Psych Box

The Meta Issue 

Power, Control and Domination over Others,  as opposed to,

Self contained, Self actualization with Boundaries 

The world generally loves the power rush of the first without considering that what goes up too high must always come back down.


Philosophical Question for You
What if on a certain plane of human consciousness thought and communication actually existed on a universal and timeless level? How would that change our understanding of ourselves and of our overall existence?


Your Emotions Are Not Diseases
 They do not need to be eradicated. They are more like the brain’s OnStar system, used as guides to help you navigate your way through life. They signal you that something may be amiss and that there may be a better alternate route to take on your journey. It is up to you though, to LOOK at the map of your personal terrain and decide what may work better than the route you are currently following, in a way that will keep you from crashing and also avoid hitting anyone else along the way.


In Scandinavian research, ... mobbing is seen as an extreme social phenomenon, triggered by extreme social stressors, causing a range of negative effects, such as biological and psychic stress reactions.

Heinz Leymann

The Mobbing Encylopaedia




This is One of My Favourite Videos Recently

Take the time to Listen. It is about 45 minutes and expresses the long overdue need for great change in the awareness of those assessing and evaluating everyone elses.

Great job Prof. Mary Boyle, Glasgow

Why Can't They Hear Us?

By Patricia Lefave

It's about expectations.

The reason we can't be heard by psychiatrists, and by all those that psychiatrists teach, is because psychiatrists are taught, and then teach others, to EXPECT to hear things in a certain way attached to a premise of "delusion." That is how the tautology upon which psychiatry is based actually works.

It is like being a rape victim who staggers into a police station, torn, bloodied and beaten, crying "help me...I've been raped."

Then all the cops present laugh, while lowering their eyes and talking out of the sides of their mouths. The rape victim says, "Why are you laughing? Why would you think that what I have just been put through was FUNNY?"

One of the cops present answers, Oh, we're not laughing at YOU...we're laughing at something else.[1]

Then all of those present look at the speaker, then look at each other with little smirks on their faces. A few of them laugh out loud again.

It's about denial.

The rape victim is astonished and mystified by this group behaviour toward her. Where is this kind of behaviour coming from and why would these people behave this way and think it was all right? She feels very confused and somewhat as if she is not on her own planet, or perhaps having some sort of a waking nightmare. Of course there is something she does not know.

There is a lot of information about what is going on there that is not in her awareness because she was not present for the things that led up to this group phenomenon.

The police have been trained by an expert. Before she got there, in fact, before she was ever raped, Sigmund Freud was there to teach the police service how to deal with women who claimed they had been raped and beaten.[2]

It's about "spin."

He had explained to them that these women all suffered from a mental illness[3] which caused them to make bizarre claims about others and about being harmed, in order to "seek fame." Sigmund explained to the police that they would recognize these whack jobs by what they say and do, and that they should watch and listen for the following symptoms:

They often call the police for help.

They take a "victim" stance.

They often act ashamed because they really know that nothing happened but they just won't admit it.

They may look dishevelled.

They tend to stagger, cry and often act hysterical, which is believed to be connected to their ovaries being out of tune, which causes a hormonal imbalance.

Sometimes they cover themselves in blood and rip their own clothes off for effect.

Some of them will go so far as to hit and bruise themselves just to seek attention.

Most of them believe that people are laughing at them[4] and many of them aren't just pretending to be rape victims but they actually BELIEVE they have been raped.

Those who actually believe it of course are the sickest of all. After all, why would anyone want to rape women where there is all that free sex available everywhere? It just wouldn't make any sense now would it?

The way to deal with these mental cases is just to ignore them, as we don't want to encourage them in their delusions, and then we should call an ambulance and an ACT team to take them to the psych hospital for a really good diagnosis by an expert.[5] Such women need to be locked up until they are willing to let go of their "stories" and stop blaming others for what they really do to themselves.

So the police have been taught just what to expect from such mental cases as these and that is why they willingly co-operate with the incarceration of the rape victim and get them the KIND of "help" they really need but just don't want to accept.

It's about your expectations.

As Sigmund likes to say, "There is no reality; only perception."

Therefore, changing perceptions changes reality itself; doesn't it?


The rapist remains free to repeat the act. Soon, it appears, there is an epidemic of the mental illness that causes women to believe they have been rape victims, when really; nothing happened at all, anywhere, but within their own defective minds...

Why Does The Psychic Phenomenon Keep Going?

It is because the event is denied[6] to exist BY all of those participating in it, and the reason they deny it is to keep from being blamed for it and to avoid suffering any negative consequences themselves for involving themselves in it in the first place. Blaming the target of the group phenomenon ensures the perception of blamelessness on the part of all the participants who then close ranks and take care of what they perceive as their mutual interests in the matter.

Calling it a "mental illness" located strictly within the "defective" brain of the victim of group abuse, without any relationship to external reality and the thinking and behaviours of other people, makes it appear to be a reasonable action to take.

Since "nothing happened" and the victim only "thinks" that it did, or perhaps SAYS that it did because she is 'crazy' and/or just seeking fame, silencing and invalidating her with a "diagnosis" can appear to be an attempt to "help"; not harm. That is about as blameless as it gets, isn't it?

So, in short, what keeps the phenomenon going is the DENIAL of the existence of the group psychic energy that creates it, BY the group that participates IN it, then participates in the denial of the whole thing!

We, to whom this is done, are fullyaware of what is being done to us. That is the other perspective on this; the one you in the mental illness profession as a whole, won't accept, which keeps the whole group out of the "loop" and keeps the target trapped within it.

That creates an infinite source of metaphysical power and control over the victims/targets of this, for as long as the means of doing it remains concealed.

Update: Message off the T.V.

From the series, "Bones"

A woman FBI agent who had met the forensics psychiatrist on the job, pointed out the beliefs of Sigmund Freud as part of her profiling of a case. The forensics psych pointed out in return that Freud is now largely discredited for his work and beliefs and is known to have been a cocaine addict as well.

That's now.

Then though, he was regarded as a genius and was slavishly followed as an expert whom his followers had to please. What did the people defined as mental patients, over whom he had power and control think of him? Do you think it mattered to either him or his followers back then?

Like for example, young women who told Freud that they had been sexually abused as children by adult males, sometimes their own fathers, to which Freud is known to have responded, often while screaming at them from his position of power, "that did not happen! That is only what you wanted to happen!

The women sometimes responded to this accusation, this reality reversal, with great emotion hollering "'t say such a thing!"

Let's just think about that for a minute from here in 21012 shall we?

Isn't it fascinating how we are now "allowed" to discredit those we formerly admired and followed without question but ONLY long after they are dead and can no longer affect us in our current life? After all we don't want to be blaming any experts while they are still alive now do we? Besides, those sick women from back them are also dead, many of them dying in asylums, so they can no longer threaten our image with any law suits right?

What I would like you to think about NOW, in 2012, is how those women felt then knowing what they did, and also knowing that no matter what they said and partly because of what they said, the truth they were telling, there was NO WAY OUT and they were trapped forever b a system that was defining their reality FOR them.


[1] That is supposed to make it seem better from the rape victim's point of view. THINK about that.

[2] Nexus statement.

[3] real illness... just like diabetes

[4] And no wonder right? All that attention seeking: it's just vile

[5] Like Sigmund, who also knew that fathers would never use their own daughters like sex toys and that these women who complained of such things were only projecting their own perversions and secret desires to copulate with their own fathers. Yes. That's it. Those women are just vile; vile I say!

[6] And is usually, but not always, diagnosed as "schizophrenia" in the individual. The label depends upon the psychiatrist who is DOING the labelling.


I Got Better Campaign-
REAL Hope  from the Psychiatric
Survivours Movement

What the Bleep Do We Know?

Another Perspective on Experience
Recommended for Psychiatrists and Psychiatrized
( as long as you are staying connected) . ..Alike
Should Quantum Physicists be 'helped'?

Logic Exercise
There are many platitudes and aphorisms used by humans as conversation or debate stoppers. This is one of my favourites of the idiotic concepts ideas.


"That is just the exception which proves the rule."


Dissect this statement in logical terms and explain how it is used as part of the splitting and defence group phenomenon of dysfunctional relating.

Everyone Was Just Shocked
Do you know why you are always “shocked” when a smiling, friendly, socialising type person in a position of authority turns out to be a serial killer? It is because you live in the same fantasy world that the killer promotes to hide himself. He is hiding behind the same mask; smiling, friendly, socialising authority who expects everything he says and does to be accepted without question. Any problem is thought to be in those who question him, and not in him, and/or in those who support and obey him. He is often the one he says ‘there is no ‘I’ in team’ because HE is the ‘I’ who is controlling the team.  

Question your assumptions and beliefs! 



To Comply, or Not to Comply? 

And is There Really a 'Choice'? 

This is called the practice of free speech which I am using here and which my democratic country claims to cherish and protect as a 'right.'

The system likes to pay compliant consumers who will promote the system at the same time that it invalidates and silences those who speak out against it. It is not at all uncommon that threats of further 'treatment' are used to silence the opposing viewpoint.

Have you ever noticed a common denominator in those who promote the system? Listen carefully to their personal stories and you will hear it, again and again.  By common denominator of course I mean other than the fact that they are often well known as writers, politicians, actors, sports figures, singers and other public faces.

Let's think about that for a bit shall we?

As one of my old elementary school teachers used to say, (while using “hand actions”) “Let's pull on our thinking caps!”