I touched upon this subject before, but today I want to revisit it from a different angle.
From fitting into the "normal" category to being considered to belong in the fringes of society, or in the crazy or delusional category, humans walk a very fine line.
Many are afraid of deviating from their instructions dolled out by church, family and accepted affiliations, because questioning those instructions would be punishable with shunning, rejection, and worse yet, spending some time with a psychiatrist and being medicated.
As with my case, having had at least three NDE's that I know, possibly one more when my heart stopped during surgery many years ago, my mental/ psychological faculties do not match the norm.
I've always known that I walk a very fine line, between sanity and insanity, or what is considered such.
My family was extremely abusive and dysfunctional, and once, when I was 16 years old, I mentioned to my mother that my teacher in school suggested we attended a psychologist to talk about my issues.
My mother quickly threatened to put me away in a mental institution, so I withdrew the suggestion. I learned then to keep it to myself, my problems, my aspirations, my perception of reality.
Since early age I was able to see shadowy figures moving about the living. Since I did not want to be labeled crazy, I never said anything.
There were so many things I knew and did spontaneously, but always kept it to myself.
I tend to scare people with my abilities to do healing, be with the spirit world and help the dead go to the Light. Most Healers stick with superficial and known techniques that make people feel good. Not me.
What most people are afraid of, I am comfortable with. I'm not afraid of energies, Beings, ghosts, or the elements. They are my world, a world most in the mental professions describe as hallucinations.
Did you know that Mediums and Shamans are considered to be hallucinating when they work with non-Human intelligence, i.e., light Beings, Angels, orbs, Star People, E.T.'s, etc?
Talking to plants and animals is considered delusional.
I walked away from a friend several years back, someone who calls herself a solitary witch and who believes in dragons and does healing work, because she suggested i should move into a nursing home because I probably had dementia. Why, because I was talking about the U.F.O.'s I had been in contact with and the E.T.'s that wouldn't leave me alone. I guess Dragons are real, but E.T.'s are not.
The last seven years totally shattered my concept of reality and sanity.
Honestly, during those years, sometimes I wished I was crazy, so I could take a pill and dull everything.
I pulled through it all luckily, probably because I spent just about all of my life in a multidimensional reality and I knew I was not going crazy. It was a test of strength and determination, and I made it.
I am Amayah. Here you will find the story of an amazing being that became trapped in the cycle of incarnation on Earth. I hope that my experiences inspire you to discover your story.