I wasn't sure what would be the proper forum to post this in, so I decided to just put this in here.
The last couple of days I have been reading a book of one of my favorite artists, Emilie Autumn. She is diagnosed with bipolar/manic depression, as well as other mental illnesses. Her book is called "The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls" which is basically an autobiography, relating to her mental health, as well as raising awareness of what treatments, or rather lack thereof, the mentally ill get in Mental Health facilities. That is however not the point I'm getting at, just a little background info.
In her book, she describes seeing notes, letters and numbers in color, as well as hearing music in colors, if I remember correctly.
I think this is called "synesthesia". However, reading that particular passage, I couldn't help but think about how the Cassiopaean's had described how we would view/feel 4th density, or something along those lines. I can't remember exactly, and I don't have the time right now to go through all the chapters in The Wave to find that particular paragraph, and I will assume that those of you who have read it will know what I am talking about.
So, my train of thoughts as I read that, went directly to: "What if mental illnesses are not in fact, or necessarily, that there is something wrong within that persons brain or emotional center, rather that they are more open to perceive, for example 4th density, which they don't have any knowledge about to understand, and are therefore labeled as mentally ill?"
I would like to know your thoughts on this subject, and if I might be looking to deeply at things that really are not there, or if there could be something to this.
If you'd like, I will look up the passages when I'm less pressed for time, in both the The Wave and "The Asylum.." book, so that you yourselves can read it.