Friday, 28 October 2011

"Our world is not real"

I am not much of a writer,hence this is going to be short.
In a disease ,the mind is the scene of crime & the rest are just projections i.e the end results.Hence ,during a case taking ,we try to reach to the depth of each symptom.

I am one of those individuals who becomes obsessed with certain things.
It becomes a kind of monomania for me.One of such episodes occurred during a case taking,wherein I was not sure if I had tapped into the sub- conscious.This left me pondering and I am still figuring it out.

There are times when we try to reason with someone.We try Logically to change the way they think and react.We usually end up failing , miserably.This happens with the best of us.This is because the sub- conscious is motivated by emotion not reason.

There are two levels of the mind: The conscious which is the rational mind and The sub - conscious which is the irrational mind.The conscious mind is what you think with & the sub - conscious is the basis of emotion and creation.These thoughts creates belief in your sub- conscious mind.This forms the basis of a delusion.Delusion too, has its foundation on a thought process.

Therefore ,get your sub conscious to believe in an idea and it will create the world for you,based on that idea.

"An idea is the most resilient parasite,A single idea from the human mind can transform the world and rewrite the rules" 

Dr.Shraddha Kedia


  1. hello dr shradha
    my question is how does one know that the idea which has come up in ones mind is from subconscious or from the conscious mind?
    because whatever we do, think, act etc will be from our delusion then how can we differentiate between that it is from which consciousness

  2. An idea is a mental impression. That itself means it arises from the sub conscious. The conscious mind transmits certain thoughts to the sub conscious till it becomes a belief. When this happens it results in a delusion. This delusional thought paves the way to an idea.


  3. Its well written. You should blog more often, otherwise we will miss and not discover a good intelligent writer in you.

    This article would have been better if you had given some tips on how to 'get your sub conscious to believe in an idea'. Overall liked it very much.

    Dr. Priteesh Chotai