Harame, evo ti malo o new ageu kojeg je mindfulness dio:
https://mortentolboll.weebly.com/the-de ... erapy.html
"Blackouts, lack of sensory filters, and anxiety attacks. “John,” age thirty-six, meditated off and on for nine years; during the last two years of that time, he was encouraged to do intensives. Formerly a business executive, now, one year after leaving a meditation-based group, he is living on public funds, having been diagnosed as mentally disabled and incapable of working. He suffers from fainting, blackouts, severe and frequent anxiety attacks, and exhaustion.
They taught me to fear that my body was filled with odd, bizarre, scary things over which I had no control.” Although he is in therapy, he is unable to function if there is any stress in his environment. He stays away from people, takes walks in the woods alone, and rests a lot."
"Loss of boundaries. “Bruno,” an architect in his early forties, went to his first extended meditation event at a hotel in another city after a year doing the initial brief meditations. The out-of-town event was an intense program requiring many hours of meditation, overbreathing, and never being alone. He lost track of time and felt odd and not himself. He finally fled the course after an unsettling experience in his hotel room: “Suddenly I became one with the air conditioner. I just dissolved, and it seemed that when the air conditioner started up it just took me out of my body. There wasn´t any me on the bed – I was ´at one´ with the motor sounds. It was unspeakable terror. I had dissolved and melded with a motor sound!” When he told the trainers how distressed he was, they told him “something good is happening” and instructed him to meditate more. After he returned home, he remained anxious, had trouble sleeping, and was very tired for some weeks. Temporary sedative medication prescribed by his physician aided his recovery."
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-styl ... 68291.html
Ovdje je ženu meditacija dovela do psihotične epizode i posljedično elektrošokova.
Postoje grupe koje su napustile new age ispiranje mozga i naravno, osuđuje ih se jer nisu znali meditirati kako treba, nisu bili true, blabla.
Psihoterapeuti, pogotovo geštaltovci i slični pravci se sve više udaljuju od znanosti i odgovore nude kroz meditiranje, mindfullness i slično dočim ih ni najmanje ne brine što čovjeku mogu drastično pogoršati stanje. Ukoliko te nešto navodno bezazleno dovede do psihoze, hospitalizacije i sl, iluzorno je tvrditi i dalje da je bezazleno.
Mene, eto, više plaše ovi opisi nego ijedan lijek ovog svijeta. Nekom je možda drukčije.
Osobno sam imala loše iskustvo s meditacijom, umjesto da mi smanji anksioznost, dovela me do napada panike i ne bih više, hvala.
Eto, čisto da ne bi bilo, to je isključivo provjereno, jer nije. Kao što je i MMS fakin domestos koji otkida crijevo, a ne lijek.
To što je nešto postalo dio mainstreama, ne znači da se u to ne može opasno zaglibiti.
"The whole "you're directly/indirectly responsible for everything that happens to you in your life or in the universe" makes me feel stressed, not empowered. Like when I eat a hamburger, I'm supposed to indirectly be responsible for killing the animals, and in your life review after death, you feel the animal's pain. I am afraid and worried that's what will happen. I just want to eat the burger and not feel guilty about it. I don't support violence but I like to eat meat. The new-agers and channeled entities say, "we're certainly not going to tell you what to do and you have free will choice, but eating meat is not conducive to ascension and is not reccomended." That still makes me feel like you're telling me what to do even if you aren't. I don't want so much power that I'm responsible for everything, but I also feel I'm not a complete and total victim of everything either. The whole Dr. Phil and new-age thing of "It's not your fault but you're responsible. You're not to blame but you're responsible" makes me feel as if you're blaming me, even if you say you aren't. And I hate this "blame implies intent" thing that Dr. Phil says. Nobody conciously intends for bad things to happen, so using that logic, nobody is to blame for things. But even if you say "you're responsible" it still sounds like you're blaming the victim. And I don't like this "there are no victims only volunteers" thing either. If I could stand on my own and think for myself, I'd say I believe there are victims. You control your life to a point, but certain things just happen and you can't control those. Your responses to them, yes, but not all the time. But they say that the more spiritually evolved you are, the more black-and-white your thinking is, but then they say the more balanced you are. That doesn't make sense to me."
Mindfullness je dio ovog crapa gore. Ne možeš jednu stvar iščupati iz cjeline. Cjelina je new age, puna fejkera, lažnih proroka, opasnih ljudi, opasnijih nego ijedan "vojnik Big Pharme". Tko voli, nek izvoli.