Mental Health

For many years I have suffered from depression, anxiety, and even psychosis, which are all a sane response to an insane world. It was Dr. Ronald Laing who suggested that insanity can be a perfectly rational adjustment to an insane world. I suggest that the insanity of this world is a result of Lucifer saying, “Non serviam,” and then teaching us to do the same.

These symptoms left me on 13 June 2011 when I realized I was more sane than the insanity of many in this world, and that these symptoms were not protecting me from this insane world. This was not a deliberate decision of mine, but a slow result of saying the opposite of what Lucifer said, “Fiat mihi secundum verbum tuum.” It took me three years to really understand why these symptoms went away and that this should be the norm for all who suffer from such symptoms.

“Madness, provided it comes as the gift of heaven, is the channel by which we receive the greatest blessings ... the men of old who gave things their names saw no disgrace or reproach in madness; otherwise they would not have connected it with it the name of the noblest of arts, the art of discerning the future, and called it the manic art ... So, according to the evidence provided by our ancestors, madness is a nobler thing than sober sense ... madness comes from God, whereas sober sense is merely human.”
—  Plato, Phaedrus

I was though to be a dunce:
But I found the source of wisdom: