Therapy is an interesting concept in a predatory society, a society where all the population is raised to develop, as normal, a predatory state of mind.
I have many stories of therapy sessions with professionals.
One told me to shut up when I replied to their question as to why I was there (speaking about violence to my person) and then they proceeded to tell me what was wrong, confining my complaints at will, patting me on the back and sending me on my way, as I proceeded through the waiting room, with the imprecation, Try to think more positive thoughts.
You might say that this is abnormal. But it is but one overt expression of the state of mind of all people, including therapists. Man cannot be a therapist, but Man and patient engage, rather, in a recapitulation of the dance of predator and prey (just as in modern courtship) corresponding to our childhood, something that becomes a kind of religious experience many people repeat and pay thousands of dollars for. In other words, a doctor is operating in a society where they, as a doctor of any authority and competence whatsoever, can literally tell most people anything.
Another therapist extended our session by an hour and half, refusing to allow me to speak, suggesting that I was a tough nut to crack and concluding that I must be angry and then sent me on my way. She spoke for two hours straight, during which time she told me that an invisible spirit in the room (who was very angry with her) told her to tell me not to give my light away and that I should “swallow my feelings” in order to be “more manly”. I am not kidding. The only question she asked me and indeed the only time she invited me to speak was at the end of the session when she asked me what I thought about people who “were depressed”? I responded or speculated that they were probably angry about something or other, as I well knew. She then “turned the tables” on my “presumption” and confided the shocking knowledge to me that I was “just such a person”. (I had actually come to her for acute biological duress that is always accompanied by depression and anger, something I was expecting to confess immediately our “session” began.) It was quite a “revelation” after two hours of “therapy” that I had actually paid money for. This is, of course, need it be said, a violent form of “communication” for anyone, let alone a professional therapist of any kind.
I later heard that this therapist had retired citing that people were “too hard to deal with”.
One therapist told me that I should have hit my medical doctor for suggesting that I might have a disease I did not likely have but one which was well within reason to speculate about, given the symptoms – in fact, it was a difficult diagnosis – I still dont have one and it is, on the whole, a minor concern. However, I was shocked that a therapist would suggest violence.
She then gave me medication with no warning as to its side effects, which were terrible. When I confronted her, she refused to apologize.
Yet another therapist told me that all I had to do was get a job and have regular sex. This may sound funny, but it is actually the basic religious scripture of modern Man (the animal), the labourer, the robot Man that our children are taught to be, autism and ADD being just further expressions of the education system as such, sociopolitical diseases.
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Cosmic Heaven: About Therapy