Mainstream psychiatry is expensive and time-consuming. Patients should be recovering, not spending a life ‘on the couch.’ Bringing up past trauma and rehashing it over and over does not work.
Our current medical system falters on spiritual or energy issues. Our bodies are suspended in energy. We came down in vibration to show up on the radar of humanity. Only when treated as such will we move beyond the lifetimes lost to mental illness.
If compressed into matter, you could fit into a golf ball. Vibrating energy is the glue that suspends us. The body and the universe are synchronized unless we become physically, mentally or emotionally imbalanced. The science of quantum physics shouldn’t be suppressed but launched.
Bringing up the energy of the past does not heal it but increasing the vibration does. Old, tired issues move sluggishly. When a person is happy, cells vibrate fast, like being in love. Higher vibrations cancel slow, dark ones.
An ill person has a low body frequency. The psychiatric system can assist in raising the vibration= Quantum Psychiatry-a new era of healing.
At 50 years, I struggled to maintain inner balance. I collapsed in stages over the next two years. It culminated in a visit to the psyche ward. Finally, questions engulfed me that demanded answers.
As open as I could be, I laid out my struggles to counselor Stephanie Knott. CBT-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-was the route we chose. Her background in theology united us in faithful ideals. In the time we spent together, she brought me to a clearer understanding of the body/mind/soul connection. She helped me get stabilized from suicidal depression within 24 months; she led me home.
I swing from one extreme to the other. Panic attacks have sent me to the ER and MDD, Major Depressive Disorder, has plummeted me into suicidal depths. I’m not proud nor ashamed; this was simply the hand I was dealt. Asking for help was the difference between life and death.
With medications and therapy, I face life with hope. It took raising my energy level slowly and allowing me to adapt to the world in a new way. No more escape routes using alcohol or any other unhealthy means of self-medicating.
Better dreams and more uplifting memories are the gifts of a balanced mind and body. Mental illness cannot always be cured but it can be managed to result in a positive life experience with occasional recesses instead of valleys of utter despair.