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watching from afar

PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 10:14 pm
by Bychance
Have you ever seen anything from a far off when you were not there, like you can think of some place and travel there in the mind and see what is going on there, like being a fly on the wall, by pushing forward.
It is good fun.
I was able to do it after i had ECT for treatment of an eating disorder the machine was faulty but i don't think it was that, it caused some brain damage, i feel so out of place on other forums and they look down on me, i think it is because of the brain damage and they feel better than me, treat me like i am not knowing what does go on but i do,

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 10:36 pm
by GhostInTheMachine
Hi Bychance,
That's quite an experience!
That's unfortunate you were subjected to ECT, and especially if you suffered brain damage from it! :(

I guess your experience and perception could be caused by that.... or could alternatively perhaps be a form of out of body experience or perception, maybe a condition brought on by or connected with the ECT, or by something else.

What do you feel it could be? Did you have any ideas about it?

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 11:03 pm
by Bychance
The ECT was an eating disorder treatment, i am not sure how i got it,the afar thing, it came when i recovered from the ECT, but i am not sure if it was caused by that or a genetic trait, my grandmother and great grandfather were into the craft and so was my uncle, my mother had the gift but refused to practice it, but she had it.
I think it was maybe enhanced by the ECT but am not sure that was the cause, it made it a lot worse.

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 11:45 pm
by GhostInTheMachine
Can't believe they gave you that for an eating disorder!! I'm not surprised it made things worse, in many ways!! Poor you! [X(]

Do you sense anything from afar then find it was correct, like extra sensory perception?

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2016 11:54 pm
by Bychance
They said the eating disorder was from depression and that was the treatment then, it was in 1971 so a lot may have changed.


a few things yes, i knew N korea was going to threaten with a bomb and 3 days later they did.
I sometimes dream things and interact and get it that way, but sometimes the nightmares are too much for me.

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2016 1:32 am
by GhostInTheMachine
That's very interesting about your powers of perception

Who knows what may have caused this. - except you, I think somewhere the information on this and answer is for you to discover about yourself, and not for others to evaluate and tell you.

But, I can say there are accounts of people like yourself who have predictions, extra sensory perception, etc., and they have not had ECT, so I personally suspect it is an ability you have.

Nightmares, I am not surprised after ECT, or psyche drugs etc, even if it was a long while back.

I always find the best remedy for nightmares is Vitamin B1, otherwise known as Thiamine. Taken daily in good quantity. Can get it from high street vitamin shops.
If you deplete a person of B1, all manner of negative mental phenomena can occur.

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2016 1:42 am
by Bychance
Thanks i will try with the B1

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2016 6:50 am
by Spirit Bear
If I didn't know better, I'd say that you were experiencing some sort of time slip. I had several of those when I was a kid, and a few a couple of years ago. Also agree about taking B1, it is one of the best vitamins out there.

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2016 11:33 am
by Bychance
It is good fun spirit bear i know that much what it feels like is a rush i don't know what of, but once i had that rush it was like a drug i just had to have, the only thing i will say about it is that it sometimes feels like a state of not being alive anymore and i sometimes need guidance out, like someone to tell me to get out now or look somewhere. I sometimes get stuck.

Re: watching from afar

PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2016 8:44 pm
by Spirit Bear
Bychance, I think going out and doing vigils again sounds like something that would help you greatly. It is something you liked to do, and I think would be very therapeutic.