I know that when people refer to their thought as a delusion, its only because that’s what the doctors have planted in our brain to describe our individual perception of reality. I personally have learned recently to not use the word delusion because it can get confusing for the listener or reader. I state them as facts. This is my perception of reality. We all have our own lenses that we perceive the world through.
Delusion is just a word that has unfortunately gotten tacked on to a different wave of thoughts and beliefs and perceptions. Just letters just symbols and a noise given to the otherwise unexplainable or unbelievable unless of course perceptions intertwine as we connect with individuals wearing similar lenses.
We need to take charge of the thoughts and own them. Learn from our hallucinations…as a dream interpretation. I know we sz have a heightened connection between our conscious and subconscious minds. We have the ability to be extremely introspective. I have figured out deeply seeded issues by observing a hallucination or travelling along a train of thought seeing feeling remembering learning, growing.
When things get scary or mean and you feel helpless, your brain is showing you quite FRANK what is the problem as well as how to fix it. It’s there if you’re open to the experience and seek growth. Other ppl get these in dreams and eventually nervous breakdowns etc. Be open and once you confront and tackle hallucinations and flash floods of thought the experience will change.
Lots to sit and let it sink in before you begin to go to battle and win.