Real Psychologist Reviews Mental Illness In Movies

Real Psychologist Reviews Mental Illness In Movies

What does a real psychologist think of how mental illness is portrayed in movies? Dr. Ali Mattu, clinical psychologist at the Columbia University Medical Center, takes a look at how mental illness is depicted in pop culture and tells us how accurate they really are.

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Unlike the older sister, more recognized at the scientific level,
parapsychology deals with all these so-called paranormal mental phenomena, or
situations that are not defined by psychology. The field of studies is still
very large, since we know for sure that we use only 10% of our brain and quite
do not know how it works or what is in the remaining 90%. Using scientific
methods, parapsychology studies the psychic powers, the interaction between
mind and matter, and survival to death. Under these general points, all the
various abnormal phenomena branch out, related to a greater and better use of
our gray matter. Parapsychology aims to find precisely these people who are
able to make greater use your mind, reaching “abnormal” results,
which might be the case only for the level of ignorance collective rights.  


The field of parapsychology is more extensive than ever, one of the techniques
used for the care and treatment of these mental states is the regressive
hypnosis, an experimental technique that can be used during a psychotherapy
that allows you to research the causes of current conflicts in the remote world
of dreams of trance that can take the form of past lives. In hypnosis the
patient can go back in time by retrieving content comparable to past lives,
where we can find the symbolic roots of his current conflict. The goal is to
resolve a nuclear conflict, a cause of discomfort, never to know or magically
unravel all the karma of the patient. The goal is to recover all spiritual
resources that allow the person to love and to evolve. In fact, the holistic
medicine includes systems of care and personal growth that take into account
the human being in all its components, both physical and mental, and spiritual
and provides a path to health and welfare based on simple practices of natural
medicine and on methods of communication and meditation.


These treatments are based on a different conception of time, understood as a
stream of consciousness, which then we must go back to past traumas in order to
solve the present ones. Our brains indeed, would be equipped with innate
potential, and we should have the sole task of awakening them, through
meditation and spiritual quest. In fact behind this there is meditation and
reflection. Only those who manage to reach a certain physical and mental state
of complete harmony, manages to exploit the powers of his mind.


And who knows if in the future we will discover that our minds really has this
incredible ability, such as telekinesis, the ubiquity, levitationFree Articles, premonitory
dreams and a lot of other incredible opportunities that our body and our mind
can offer.