EXAMPLES 1 & 2:
The more trouble I have hearing people clearly, the more likely people will sound divisive, pessimistic, and shady to me. The more clearly I can hear people, the more plain they sound. My brain processes this information imaginatively, but it’s not relevant information. Most of what I could or couldn’t hear from people was always irrelevant and often fruiting logical fallacies stemming from half made, delusional paradigms. That’s okay. They may or may not do as they may speechwise, but what is is what is.
I also noticed that the more socially successful I am, the more assistive my voices become. Imagine that you are talking with people, and you have thoughts. You have all kinds of thoughts, and some of them are in the form of spoken words. These thoughts come to you as you think about what you are saying, what you’re going to say, and what the other person/s is going to say.
If these thoughts are somehow personalized as if they are “pseudo teletransmissions” from someone somewhere, then my brain reacts to them as if it was invaded. If these thoughts are personalized as if they are my own, and I’m successfully communicating and retaining respect from the person/s in reality, then these thoughts become helpful telling me what to say, what the person is going to think or say, etc. They become assistive.
It feels like I have suddenly extra thinking power from seemingly out of nowhere with me, and this is how the mind is supposed to be. I started experiencing this after studying mindology for a year. People stop tearing down my reputation, and that alone boosts the nature of this “assistive phenomenon” in my mind. The voices then are harmless examples of my brain’s calculatory abilities emanating from my subconscious, and often they are accurate.