Interesting topic as my 79 year old Dad has just spent 5 weeks in hospital with Encephalitis (which is inflammation of the brain, caused by infection or allergic reaction of sometimes immune) The cause was unknown for my Dad with his Encephalitis. He finally got out of hospital on Thursday but is still recovering and is not recovered enough to go home so he's currently at a Rest-home hospital care at the moment :-( I"m hoping he will get back to what he was or at least be OK to go home in a few weeks or however long it will take him to recover!! (it's affected his mobility and short term memory. It's been quite a stressful few weeks. I wonder if he chose this? My gut feeling he has not processed emotionally the losses he's had which is my Mum nearly 2 years ago, my twin sister 3 years ago and my handicapped brother in 2008
Also with people who suffer from Dementia did they choose this before incarnating or most often is it because they have been personatlites that haven't allowed themselves to feel or process their emotions OR is it a way for them to transition?? and obviously it's lessons for the person familites and carers etc etc
Dementia or Alzhemer's are chosen.
What about Encephalitis?
A friend of mine works with Dementia patients and she says very often she knows energies are attaching themselves to a person and in some cases she knows the original person is not really there and she looked into one person and the attachement looked back.... (sounds quite freaky)
It's very very distressing for families. Can the Committee comment about this very sad condition.
Also old age and rest homes I personally feel are very sad in society
Says The Committee:
"Encephalitis is a medical condition which can be life scheduled as can many others, or it can also occur without being scheduled. In your father's case, he scheduled this phase."
Energies don't attach, other souls and even spirits come visit. Yes, souls with dementia often "take breaks" and depart the body, just as is done during a coma or deep sleep. Why is it freaky to have a soul look back? This is done as often as humans look at each other; you're being observed all the time, 24/7.
I remember visiting an old age home in Christchurch (New Zealand's south island and 2nd largest city in the country, for anyone not familiar) to assess earthquake damage, and I will always remember five things;
1) Tony Bennett music playing in the background (which I loved)
2) the architectural style of the older (1930s) building, its grounds and sandy soil which seemed exactly like Galveston, Texas or Belmar, New Jersey USA, both also near the ocean. The damage was partly the effect of the seismic waves on the soil and also the location near an ancient volcanic fluvial fan.
3) The damaged room of a retired NZ Air Force career jet mechanic and his photos (NZ no longer has an Air Force) especially because I'd just visited the aircraft museum a few days before.
4) The honest curiosity of many residents who wanted nothing more than to meet and ask the foreign invaders questions; there were 3 of us (me the Yank, a South African and a Brit). Many of the residents overheard us discussing the walls, floors and so forth, recognized our foreign accents especially mine) and insisted we explain ourselves. It was quite a personal compliment.
5) My sense of admiration and esteem for these people, many who'd suffered for some time from dementia, who'd built New Zealand into the much admired (and deservedly so) nation she is today. There was an air of royalty about them I've only also felt around groups of students, especially when graduating or receiving honors.
Possibly it's sad for many people who know the previous personality of a person with dementia - my maternal grandmother had it for quite a few years before her passing when I was twenty nine years young - but since I had no reference while I was in NZ, I thought these people were great.
My friend was describing the energy seemed a bit dark
My friend said the energy seemed dark when she realised it wasn't the patient's energy she was seeing.
Yes we have energies around us all the time. Negative discarnate souls can attach themselves to humans and it can change their moods and cause illness. I've heard of cases where people become ill. For example if a human is negative and in fear mode then some discarnate negative souls will be attracted to that, the same goes for someone discarnate who had an addiction to drugs, alcohol etc..
Yes, of course the people in the old age homes are beautiful people but maybe some of them hadn't dealt with emotional issues in their lives etc etc and it has caused this mental illness..
Maybe the Committee can talk about people who don't release emotional baggage that cause illness!?
Also there is a huge problem with too many drugs/pills being adminstered to the Elderly and some of these drugs can cause temporary other health problems on top of the other problems they have or even permanent health problems and the side effects of the drugs.
In India it's almost unheard of Eldery Rest home care. Probably the Elderly don't live as long, but they are cared for in family group and probably don't have as much health problems because of more spiriutal knowledge and therefore they don't suffer from emotional problems.
I just personally think it's very sad when humans get old...
A couple of years ago, I watched a very interesting documentary on Alzheimer's disease on a German TV channel. One of the leading German scientists for Alzheimer's explained how a close friend of his, an over 90 year old Mother Superior of a German convent who was fluent in more than 5 languages and overall a very intelligent woman, very much in the saddle of her duties until the day she died, had left him her brain in her will for the purpose of research. Can you imagine his surprise when he found that under the microscope, her brain looked worse than Swiss cheese? He said that her brain was one of the worst "Alzheimer's brains" he had ever come across, and yet she was perfectly clear in her head until the day she died. After all these years of research that he had done, none of it seemed to be of any value at all! Back to square one...
Whoa...this is interesting. I had lunch with an old friend last week and learned her daughter was diagnosed as bipolar that seemed to come on when she was about 25. Apparently it's not uncommon for it to show up about then, or so the therapist says. The girl is on medication now and seems to be doing "better" and functioning rather than having extreme swings. I would presume being bipolar is along the same line here.
The question comes up about medication--is it the best solution that will allow these individuals to function in a human environment?
This looks to be a very hard choice and those around this girl are all learning a lot but the goal of everyone involved is to have her be "normal" which would seem to conflict with her choice to experience being bipolar. Certainly she doesn't view her shift as a blessing, she just wants, at least on the surface, to be "normal," have or hold a job, pay her bills, and maintain healthy relationships with her family and friends.
Says The Committee:
"Medication is at best a temporary restriction. The solution is for humans to discard the notion of normalcy currently and widely held; to understand variation IS normal."
I don’t doubt the ability to channel I don’t trust myself or my ego from getting in the way.
Learning to channel is learning to separate ego and personal preference, which is not difficult to achieve.
Acknowledge ego and opinions, with consideration given to the possibility OTHER thoughts will also arise which do not match up or align with personal preferences and proclivities. A little time and practice make the differences stand out very obviously.
A condition of being human is not to break mental habits easily. Many of us defend our mental habits with artillery.
Nuggets of Wisdom
1) Often the lesson for observers is to see beyond what is less common, to accept variation and difference,
Said another way, "Often the lesson is that LESS IS MORE".
2) Yes, both cerebrum and cerebellum are receptors ....
We refer to the connection between the halves of a human or animal brain, the corpus callosum.
Said another way, "You have to be receptive to the concept that we are bigger than the corpus calloSUM of our parts".
Excellent, as always Tim. You see the obvious to which many are blind and that includes me!
1. The personalities which get attached to the Schizophrenics...are these the person's own personalities (maybe from past / future lives) or are these other wandering souls who have not yet crossed over and get attached?
2. Most of the people who have Schizophrenia apparently get the symptoms after suffering from extreme stress and anxiety. At least that's what I have seen in some of my friends and relatives who had this problem. They got cured after taking medications or when the stressful situation was resolved. How do these medications help in resolving the multiple personality issue?
3. One of my friends got Schizophrenia when he tried to quit alcohol. He was talking with non-existing or invisible persons or even existing persons who were not there at that moment. I can understand multiple personalities but how can one see persons who are not there or hear things which are not heard by others? Is it some sort of dream in a waking state?
4. A high number of Schizophrenics commit suicide. Why would a personality try to end its life?
Responds The Committee:
1. The "person" in your question would be: the human body or the soul? The multiple personalities are either several souls or several life incarnations of & for the same soul. Because all things occur simultaneously - time does not exist - the separation of incarnated personalities is artificial, just as the human body is also artificial. The feelings and sensation that your body is natural, that things beyond your perception or understanding are artificial, are created and are the opposite of true existence; the reason schizophrenia becomes so attractive. A human life is sometimes crowded by several single soul personalities taking turns with one body, or the intrusion of several into one life.
There are no past or future lives until the human timeline is imposed; only alternate routes truly exist. Thus bleed through is common; there is no requirement to draw from the past, because what the human calendar says should be in the past or future is available now.
A "wandering soul" cannot intrude or interfere with a human in this way, to distort her or his personality and make a target person appear confused.
2. When this occurs, the appearance of schizophrenic symptoms following stress or anxiety are planned sequences and experiences. There is no causal relationship. The medications did not cure them, they themselves did, at the soul level.
3. He was allowing himself to see his Guardian Angel Guides, who were attempting to assist with his challenge. Unlike most humans, he allowed this interaction to be observed by other people. Humans commonly allow such interaction two typical ways; during dreams or when they are isolated from view of other humans.
The people with whom he was talking were absolutely there; observers could not see them but he could. He could hear them also.
This happens because the apparently delusional human simply expands her or his scope of perception, for a temporary period. This is easy to do, because it bypasses the human body's limitation while allowing the body along for the ride. The human doing this often has no memory of the physical event, because the human body's physicality was not a relevant factor.
Many animals can see objects in low light conditions, where no human would have a clue something is present; likewise many animals can detect sound no human can hear.
It is not a dream when awake but resembles the effect; we like your question. When the human dreams, the soul has departed the body temporarily so the physical environment and restrictions are not a factor. The return to a body does not mean the abilities disappear, they simply go dormant, by design. The apparent schizophrenic person who speaks to, sees or hears people and things others cannot perceive, is tuning into a range of vibration all of you humans may access, but choose not, for the majority or totality of your lives.
4. For the same and many reasons any human chooses to attempt to end her or his life; the human journey becomes unbearable with no relief or solution in sight. This is rarely the case, but the burdens, trauma, grief and anguish obscure the options and solutions.
In the cases of many schizophrenic people who end their lives intentionally, it is a planned event.
Even when a person sleeps too much or very little it’s out of the norm. I’ve read here if a human is deprived of sleep long enough the connection between the soul and the mind will break.
On the other hand someone who requires a lot more sleep than 8 hours is seen as lazy or depressed.
My son is seeking out a sleep study through his insurance to see why he can’t wake up even after 9 or 10 solid hours of sleep.
If the need to sleep keeps our connection between mind and soul, then is it right to assume if we need more sleep it’s because we need to visit with our spirit guides and decide things?
It will fracture, seems as if it's breaking BUT it cannot, because we humans cannot hurt a soul, not even with a nuclear detonation. The mind => body fracture will win EVERY time over human efforts to deprive a person of sleep, the person will pass out and soon return to normal function after re-awakening
If your son is not obviously lazy or depressed when awake, no problem. The Committee recommends you suggest he desist from this exam and simply allow him to sleep as much as he needs to feel & function normally normal.
No, longer sleep periods in human hours are not related to GAG connections; these occur as a physical variation much like appetite, hair color, body size, gender, hair color, eye color, running speed, birth defects and many other inherent traits.
Linda, like your son, I also require A LOT of sleep, and have for the majority of my life. The impact is that you can't do as much in a day as others. The other impact is that people will think it's abnormal, and you have to learn to ignore their opinions. My father also required a lot of sleep, so maybe it's hereditary or maybe it's chronic fatigue, because I think I have CF too.
My brother and sister don't have this sleep pattern, so it's only my father and me. My mother is the total opposite - she can only sleep seven hours max.
I have accepted it even though others don't understand it. I do have very involved and vivid dreams, for whatever that means.
Thanks Lorri. It may be hereditary, which never dawned on me. My father had sleep apnea from snoring and that might be true for my son too. Anyway I’m reassured TC doesn’t think he needs the sleep study. Thanks again and all the best
The Committee: "In many cases, the long need for sleep originates not in the body but in the soul, and in these cases, human mind prefers shorter visits with and using the incarnated body."
So what you are saying, Patrick, is that I can't stand it here, so I spend less time in the body. Probably somewhat true! ;)
Thought this interesting and relevant to the post...
Interesting, relevant and TRUE.