That is so true. hard core proponents of secular psychiatry almost have a fundamentalist religious ferver in judging anything that doesn’t fit into their doctrinal box. In fact in the 1980s I read and saw many messages and programs calling modern psychiatry a new religion.
Experiences are individual so what may be real to one person is a hallucination to another, and there is the copycat game…we have real unexplained phenomenon, quantum realities, spirit manifestation that is real, while at the same time a person can hallucinate very similar things.
that is where discernment must come in and we must learn to differentiate between real experience and false.
But to judge someone because they report seeing or hearing this or that, automatically saying they are sick, delusional, need help, etc, is going about it the wrong way.
If visions and voices are actually guiding someone into positive things, they are not distraught or disabled by them, and in fact are helped and healed by them at times, what is the harm? Why on earth should such a person experiencing positive manifestations go to doctors or take pills or shots?