What is our mind made of, and where does it live?
Is this opening a can of worms, so to speak?
Slightly off topic:
asked 05 Mar '13, 04:27
Our minds don't live in a place, they are the place.
Regarding your voices, you have to ask yourself some questions. I'll just give you the two that I think are the most important.
First, you say you experience social phobia. It seems to me the two are somewhat related as the voices are sort of like imaginary friends (even though they may be the annoying pain in the ass kind of friend and not the cool type). Have you noticed a relationship between social interaction and the intensity of these voices? It seems your fear of others has followed you into solitude, you get angry people yelling at you to get a grip on reality anywhere you are. I think that is a pretty strong sign that the issue must be dealt with.
Second, you need to do some experimenting. Have you tried controlling the voice? Not arguing with it, but imagining it saying something else. Assume that the voice is coming from you and it is simply your imagination projected outwardly. Try to hear it say something you want it to say.
our mind is yet unexplored,
answered 06 Mar '13, 20:36
If you can control the voice then it comes from you it might be your own ego.It seams you have unsolved conflict in you.wade would say you have mpd. And mpd would seam like a good diagnosis since you said before that their is more then 1 voice in you.The fact that you cannot be positive and are stuck in negativity,also suggest balence issue and inner conflict, Wade would say to you to go see psycologist. And he might be right,but the first place that someone needs to start is himself,if you do not help your self no one else can,no matter the external support tool.
answered 06 Mar '13, 07:08
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