People with this medical condition suffer from psychosis. Psychosis is characterized by a disconnection from reality. Medically speaking, it is a diagnosis that is characterized by abnormalities in the perception or expression of reality and the sense of the self. These “abnormalities” are described as hallucinations and delusions.
Hallucinations consist of hearing things that do not appear to be there, and seeing things that do not appear to be present. Delusions are beliefs that appear “strange” and that only the person diagnosed believes to be real or true, and refuse to think otherwise – hence, refusal to conform. The hallucinations are nothing more than an over-sharpening of the senses and experiencing unusual sensations. It can feel like an out-of-body experience and having difficulty deciphering the difference from reality and illusion. Everything tends to flow together as one – the wall never ends – but instead flows together with the flooring. Auditory hallucinations or the “hearing of voices”, which is very misunderstood, is a part of being in-tune with higher frequencies. Considering what physicists have found, stating that most of us do not see objects as they are, but rather a transformation and interpretation made by our eyes and mind as our brain filters out what it deems to be unnecessary information… is it possible that if someone has heightened senses, such as with schizophrenics, that they could be seeing parts of the 98-percent of the world we do not see?