There I was, lying on the couch, first night home from the electronic-free zone that is my mountain house. I'm channel surfing and an *expert witness* for the case against *crazy people* makes note of how *friends and family* can help if someone is entering a psychotic state. "Pay attention" he said "if they think they are psychic or they are getting messages from the TV it's a sign that they might be entering a psychotic state."
Does it count if the message you get from the TV is that western medicine is elbow deep in it's own BS, hallmarked by limited thinking?
Does it count if the trees tell you to listen to the wind because it speaks directly to the heart?
Does it count if your *psychotic state* actually turns out to be a premonition?
It's men like him *innocent* in their intent that make it harder for folks like us to talk about our *very real* experiences.
It just really ticked me off. But then, maybe that's what it was suppose to do. Maybe it was a message from my TV telling me to get angry at these limited thinkers and speak out for the cause of the spirit talkers. -- I don't know...let me go ask my toaster what it thinks, and I'll get back to you.
Totally Psychotic in New York