edit: Btw, I’m not talking to the reader, I talk about a topic and it’s a rant.
When somebody is really angry about something you do not call such person crazy ever! It is obvious that it’s a human and that it’s just the anger. You do not fucking frame it as if this was a normal common state from which to conclude on the overall character. Also cause it is technically not even possible in the sense that it is really dumb. After expression of anger one feels better usually and one could relate easily to somebody. There is no intention to harm someone when it is something genuine. It is easy to see it is not personal and people who do call crazy also actually see that. Those people simply didn’t receive things the normal way and adjusted to this vampire bullshit. Pretty much a matter of confusing oneself also, lack of knowledge about oneself which doesn’t mean though understanding helps much when you would say that.
With deeper perceptions and understanding, as a side-effect, other lower vibe perceptions or topics that might be related to self-consciousness don’t even appear or have no ground to grasp onto or stand on.
As an example, Lets say one goes to a department with a an issue. And on arrival there is lots of other people who also go there and appear to be very much in their own movie.
So the first perception would be, that everybody just like one, has their own issue, where they received a letter or just generally have an issue about something which is why they went to such a department.
The second perception would be, that most of these people do not perceive it such way. They do not see others going there for the same reason they go, with likely similar feelings and they do not relate.
A third perception would be that they also do not perceive, that others do not perceive that.
So there is a lot to perceive and as a side-effect of those, other lower vibe things don’t even come up cause they simply conflict with such things and are of lower nature instead of being something that would be there in a parallel sense.
In the same sense you could say, trying to not be a certain way is also of lower nature to wanting to be true to yourself, that one’s intuition , feelings and meaning express accordingly.
Very often we don’t even want to be or behave in certain ways and when we don’t see that, there is layer that we presuppose. And from there things just already are not right.
I have no idea if there is an imagenary thing about the word to rely on, but in German it means “sich verlassen auf”- to rely on sth/sb. Verlassen means to leave and lassen means to let. A synonym of reliant would be trusting. What I am trying to get at is that when you want to trust an intuition you would actually have to leave it, or to leave oneself. It is a certain energy/vibe that just rings good inside. It is very different from trying to not overthink which would be something like misunderstanding oneself, something like a layer.
It feels like the need or the trying to clear something up is often only cause of the belief that it would be the way. Because we don’t know that if we just stay on our page it will clear up by itself. By the lack of the other and by it in itself. Not that it really matters, it’s like inclusive.