Rethinking Madness: Psychosis and Spiritual Awakening

Crazywise - Rethinking Madness: Psychosis and Spiritual Awakening
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inspiring but shallow

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Glad to have viewed this - well worth it. I encourage anyone to see this, and especially to those who have not yet found healing. Shamanism is growing... find help!

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MUST WATCH; For anyone who has been/is a client or clinician.... or just anyone

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Enlightening and encouraging. (you are here)

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Brilliant! ... I'm thinking the guys in the credits should be promoted.

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The Myth of Mental Illness, Thomas Szasz, said it a long time ago. Hopefully the professionals who watch will be inspired.

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loved this!

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This has to be a record: a 3 hour long Q&A after CRAZYWISE screened at the American Psychiatric Association's annual conference in early May 2018, reports co-director Phil Borges. He also states "CW has now shown hundreds of times in Community Screenings, Theaters and Mental Health ...Read more

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My alienist would find this as interesting.

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the medical system is sick, and this is part of the diagnosis.

Julian Jaynes offers compelling evidence that three thousand years ago, most Near-Eastern people were 'schizophrenic', guided by admonishing voices.

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