Saturday, 10 December 2011
08:31:50 AM (GMT)
In many people.
Especially those labeled as "crazy" or "schizophrenic".
I think it is something that can't be ignored.
Jesse and I need to work on this, through meditation and practice.
I am convinced now that I have it too, to a degree, but not nearly in the way that
Understanding and acceptance go much farther for help than medication and
Clairaudience is a gift, not a disorder, and the way society (especially the medical
field) treats it needs to change.
The only people that can change it are people like us.
People that know what it is like, or are open to the idea.
Our generation has the chance to change the world's perception of those who are
different, and maybe Jesse and I can play at least a small part in doing so.
We aren't lab rats.
We aren't experiments.
We aren't crazy.
We aren't unstable.
We are just misunderstood.
We are just different.
But maybe in the difference lies some very important answers to what happens after
I no longer believe that this life is the end.
I think it is the beginning of a journey that none of us can imagine.
If it's answers you seek, look within yourself.
Find your center, meditate.
Ask the powers greater than yourself to show your path more clearly.
To give you a better idea of what this life is about.
It worked for me, and it can work for you too.
Let's change the way we all perceive what it means to hear voices.
If you see someone that feels left out, talk to them.
If you just have a feeling, ask them.
The one thing that can make us lose progress is to allow someone to be alone with
There are far too many people experiencing the same thing for people to feel alone
We all need a helping hand sometime, or just someone to talk to.
I am going to work on this, through meditation and research.
I have Jesse here beside me through all of this, and I hope she is truly finding the
peace she has been searching for.
I love you, hun.
You don't ever have to feel alone again.
I hear them.
We all do.
I guess we just have to open our ears.
Or should I say our minds.