This is a clinical word for symptomatic dissociative disorders that are psychogenic in nature purely mental. They have multiple psychological expressions affecting functions as memory, consciousness, identity, emotion, perception, body representation, motor control and behavior.
A high frequency of disorders are found in the aftermath of some kind of trauma corrected with emotional life through childhood. Symptoms include embarrassment and confusion about the outward manifestations of the trauma the desire to hide them are influenced by the proximity to the trauma experienced.
Within the close proximity to the disorder one develops a close relationship to acute stress disorders and post traumatic stressors that spring from the earth as amnesia, flashbacks, numbing sensations, depersonalization/ derealization of one’s nature, identity be it male or female.
Dissociative disorders degenerate into discordant manifestations of thoughts, affects and behaviors. Which can spring up as the hearing of imaginary voices or flashback of images in the subjects mind.
On a theistic level I know that we all suffer some kind of dissociative disorder in life to the trauma of childhood which created self degradation post traumatic stressors that thread our lives into a downward spiral of eternity.
When we hit our twenties most of us are carrying these stressors in our day lives walking around assuming an air of indifference to the effects of childhood. The trauma is real as we are still in close proximity to the event reality becomes and illusion and time becomes stationery we are frozen in a dark vacum of meaningless pursuits.
When we hit our twenties most of us are carrying these stressors in our day lives walking around assuming an air of indifference to the effects of childhood. The trauma is real as we are still in close proximity to the event.
If we do not tackle the problem as the years go by the outward manifestations, behaviors chiseled into limestone becomes hard as rock exposed to the air overtime. Exhibiting the different colors of our nature its makeup.
Compounding this dissociation psychosis of one’s identity is the graduation into the realm of religious dogma. Religion is the biggest psychosis of mankind the belief in an existential being that will correct your childhood trauma. Religion is the biggest lie to come out of the mouths of men.
We already have dissociative behaviors and self degradation of our identity then we try to mask the outward manifestations of our behaviors by pretending with imaginary outputs that someone is always watching our every move. We talk to that person and create a wardrobe of manifestations for all to see. Plating the accessories with ablations of magnificence. Full inclusion into ones everyday life for all to see bringing him or her into the bedroom to sleep with us.
So now not only is the person fighting a traumatic childhood dissociative behaviors but in a vailed attempt you are talking to a person or entity that does not exist in hopes of stemming the onslaught of symptomatic depressive stressors,
The individual effectively weakens thier resolve by handing their problems over to an unseen entity something that they themselves cannot even explain. They adjudicate thier problems by displacing thier responsibility of thier nature to something that exists only in imagination and puesdometaphysical ideas. It weakens one’s resolve to fight for his life lessonning his cognitive powers to create or solve problems that occur everyday in our lives.
When you take a child and through cognitive reinforced behavior and convince them when they are young that Santa Claus exists it sets in thier mind the guy is real . In the months leading up to Christmas they see him everywhere on the street corners, the shopping centers on television. The image of Santa Claus becomes real in thier imagination where they contrive all kinds of scenarios.
By the time the child is five years old the thought is already ingrained in his mind that existential beings exist and walk around us. Even though years later they will see the story for what it is. The bridge is already built for the child to cross over to grasp the hand of an imaginary building when they get hammered into the ground later in life.
What the child does not know at the time is that the existential building they took the hand of has a personality disorder of their own. They have what is called a Narcissistic personality disorder — one of several types of personality disorders — a mental condition in which people in the building have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of extreme confidence lies a building with a fragile self-esteem that’s vulnerable to the slightest criticism.
Symptoms of Narcissistic Buildings of Imaginary Friends;
Signs and symptoms of narcissistic building disorders and the severity of symptoms vary. Buildings with the disorder can:
Have an exaggerated sense of self-importance
Have a sense of entitlement and require constant, excessive admiration
Expect to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it
Exaggerate achievements and talents
Be preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate
Believe they are superior and can only associate with equally special people
Monopolize conversations and belittle or look down on people they perceive as inferior
Expect special favors and unquestioning compliance with their expectations
Take advantage of others to get what they want
Have an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others
Be envious of others and believe others envy them
Behave in an arrogant or haughty manner, coming across as conceited, boastful and pretentious
Insist on having the best of everything .
I am reminded of a story about two men one was facing death and the other one was not. The one that was not facing death, in the face of danger, took it upon himself to stay with the young man that was dying becoming oblivious to the sights and sounds around him. He held the young man’s head in his lap and consoled him until death came over his eyes and he went to sleep. Then the other man left and went back to the business that he was trained ot do.
People ask me what I believe in. This is why my Father put me down here on earth so he could do his work through me. Because he lives in us we live to help others we do his work through us. For some that might be only once in a million shot that you disregard your own life to help someone else.
Today I went with another man to see his Pulmonary Dr. to see the results of a Cat Scan and do what they call a PFI test. On the PFI test it was revealed that 56 percent of his lungs are gone only 44 per cent working. The Cat Scan revealed a large mass on his right lung for which a biopsy will be performed in the next two weeks.
My Father spoke through the young man and told him now it is my turn to put your head in my lap until you go to sleep. Until then go about your business I will hold your hand for while. Once in a million shot sometimes you have to take it and become oblivious to the sights and sounds of your own problems.
Simple Diagram to Remember by if you are having Dissociative disorders degenerating into discordant manifestations of thoughts, affects and behaviors. Which can spring up as the hearing of imaginary voices or flashback of images in the subjects mind. Listen to your heart not Narcissistic Buildings with a mass casualty list of introverted personalities.
In days of yore a Father instructed his son:
When you are about to take hold of your field (for cultivation), keep a sharp eye on the opening of the dikes, ditches, and mounds, (so that), when you flood the field the water will not rise too high in it. When you have emptied it of water, watch the field’s water-soaked ground that it stay virile ground for you.
That is what I believe