I used to think people were reading my mind, but now I’m past those delusional days and realize it’s the illness.
However, it does bring up an interesting question: is it ever okay to read someone else’s mind?
I could maybe justify that in a very limited controlled manner in a court case to determine guilt, but anything beyond that just seems wrong to me. What do you think?
Since a lot of people are experiencing auditory hallucinations, another question is, is that ever ok to do to someone? I think not, your mind should be a safe place.
I don’t understand the question
Like, make someone else experience auditory hallucinations. Cause them to hear voices in their head.
How is that possible my friend?
My brother has always joshed me in the past…
Me: “I lost my train of thought.”
Brother: “That’s okay. It was only carrying empty boxcars.”
Me: “You just read my mind.”
Brother: “Yeah. It was a short read.”
It’s not, but just hypothetically if that kind of tech existed.
But what about people that are falsely accused?
And couldn’t they just think whatever they want? I mean, there are plenty of people that think they’re innocent of things because they just don’t think it’s a big deal or whatever.
The only time I think I would want someone to be able to read my mind were if I was suicidal. But then how would they know until after they read my mind?
I think reading minds would be the worst invasion of privacy. My voices are all “mindreaders” and talk to me constantly. I feel like i havnt had a private moment to just think about stuff for 4 years. I know its just the illness but its still super annoying.
Yeah, that’d be really unfair to them, so I’m not sure I’d ever support the use of mind reading without consent.
Idk I think it might be fun for like a day and I wouldn’t have to worry about what people are thinking of me but idk if I would feel ok doing that I think I’d feel bad about it.
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