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  • Your favorite dead Psychiatrist (and Doctor Healy the Healer).

    Does anyone have a good dead Psychiatrist or dead therapist to refer me to for mental health screening, evaluation, and treatment (someone who I can employ from Heaven or purgatory who has a passion and zeal for helping the mentally ill)?

    A patron Saint of the mentally ill or deranged perhaps?

    I have a good one already, but just wondered who might some of the other friends in high places might be.

    One fascinating fact that continues to intrigue me, is that in jail in 2015, I called Linda Ann Healy, "Doctor Healy the Healer",

    my Psychiatrist and Saint Dymphna equivalent (patron Saint of the mentally ill).

    What makes it fascinating is that I didn't know until being released, and roughly a year after assigning that title to her, that she was a "Psychology Major" when she was murdered. I called her Healy the Healer strictly based off of the word "Heal" in her surname, no knowledge of what field she was going into.

    Also, Saint Dymphna and Linda Healy were both Irish, ( associated with green), and I called my time in jail "Green butterfly revolution" and my discharge date "Green butterfly marriage" where I have a chaste innocent marriage with my Psychiatrist ghost (patron Saint).

    I was released Jan 29, 2016, into park Ave treatment center, and that "Green butterfly marriage" feast day celebration, there was a book on the desk of the room I moved into with a pic of a Green butterfly, and the title of the book "Lady Green".

    It is something that brings strength , inspiration, and faith in dark times and doubt.

    I can't promise that she grants sanity, (as no psychiatrist ever does), but hands down she has been more helpful a Doctor, companion, and patron Saint of Mental illness than any other Doctor I have had, or remedy I have received from any medicine.

    (Also, a spooky fact I just realized glancing at the Jan 24 date today, is it is the anniversary of her killer's death on the electric chair 01/24/1989. That actually gives me goosebumps because I typed up this post without that knowledge. Weird! )

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    Can't go wrong with Friedrich Nietzsche

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    • #3
      Actually, dead is a term of respect and endearment in my book, because the dead far outnumber the living, and I consider them more noble, pure, beautiful, and happy than the living.

      I don't think of dead people as being dead, but having left their brief body behind for something better and an eternal reward.

      Most of my favorite people to have walked the planet are "dead" but that is a very exalted office, term, vocation, and compliment the way I see things, term of endearment and respect!

      Just thought I'd add that!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Din Djarin
        Can't go wrong with Friedrich Nietzsche
        Oh, but he will never die though!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ill Duce
          Actually, dead is a term of respect and endearment in my book, because the dead far outnumber the living, and I consider them more noble, pure, beautiful, and happy than the living.
          We all make mistakes :P

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ill Duce

            Oh, but he will never die though!
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Din Djarin

              We all make mistakes :P

              About 90% of the world believes the deceased go on living in some way, shape, or form.

              I never would have thought I'd be a strong believer in something that appears to be madness and delusional, but with healthy skepticism, I cannot dismiss many signs, coincidences (that are more than coincidence), and inner locutions that have revolutionized me to do good deeds and uproot bad vices!

              It doesn't appear rational or sane to believe such things, but I'm unable to convince myself that it is all merely the result of imagination running wild or delusion.

              Some of it I'm sure is, but there has been too much I cannot refute even when I try really hard to dismiss it all and be an unbeliever (which I have attempted many times).

              As I said, roughly 90% of humanity has similar convictions!

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              • #8
                But how many of those (often vague and uncertain) believe it out of wishful thinking?

                I don't think its madness at all btw, and in many instances not delusional either.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Din Djarin
                  But how many of those (often vague and uncertain) believe it out of wishful thinking?

                  I don't think its madness at all btw, and in many instances not delusional either.
                  Vague and wishful yes, but countless people have testimonials beyond anything that qualifies as either, that leave them with strong unshakable convictions which completely change how they live their lives, for the better.

                  Vague and wishful thinking combined with signs and unexplainable phenomenon, dreams, and mysticism, plus inner locutions are multiple legs that prevent the chair from falling or pillars as it were.

                  I don't think wishful thinking alone could be what is motivating 90% if the world to share this common conviction.

                  I know that even if I had wishful thinking combined with a few signs, that still wouldn't be enough.

                  But when it becomes as frequent, persistent, and greater signs than a broken clock being right twice a day, and leads to changes in habits , acquiring virtue, deeds of charity, and changes in behavior, as I've witnessed, it is no longer "wishful thinking".

                  It is still a bit vague, where Im guessing I assign meaning to it sometimes that is not correct, or I simply don't know how to interpret the sign, experience, or message, ( and sometimes things do just happen by chance, ) so vague is still often a quality.

                  But gradually , when you devote yourself to understanding (and clarity), repeated convictions of the heart combined with repeated signs that those convictions come from a supernatural source outside of oneself alone, cause the picture to become less vague, and an increase in clarity.

                  I treat my convictions with skepticism, but at least some of it has born much good fruit, and lead me to work on uprooting the vices that prevent me from being a more diligent servant of the entities that want to see me doing good deeds in our world.

                  A huge work in progress I am, but I have given away hundreds of dollars when we had covid checks (to the poor), while I was living in poverty, based entirely off of love for others, and to make these entities happy, ( as well as other deeds of kindness), and a love for others that I wouldn't have, were the signs and graces and relationship with these entities absent.

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