Mental illness consists of temporary episodes or a blockage in mental states from the normal occupation in thinking or as thinking goes. A negative sorts to this aspect of a condition called mental illness is that commonly people experience this to the effect of confoundment. Such symptoms come forth and to be forced to believe these episodes are factors to accept and deal with in life.
Mental illness is a needed awareness on which physical, mental, emotional, and even moral consequences of those certain deeds the person has caused or done comes into play. These ‘deeds’ consisting of rebellion, criminal activity, or even displeasure to God, to whom belongs glory with pleasing Him and not without admonition.
The voices, (by definition: the symptoms from a mental condition or diagnosis), being heard are known to the person as just there, telling the recipient, ‘we see what you are doing, now do this.’ Though not exactly in those terms.
This is a bother in some cases, as well as considered unnecessary at first.
So it is called for to yet wonder how to put an action with these unknown, expecting voices.
The positive side to looking at these unseen “motivators” (not physical or fleshly), is THAT it makes you keep in mind that there is a calling to something unseen that can be “on” you in the form of generational curses, or because through the choices made in the past history of your life. These choices like now as ever before, make for spiritual enticement making one go toward consulting mediums, or anyone with answers.
The reliance on these voices is still a factor in when one would desire to give in to them. The unfolding of a triggering voice is like a caught fish in a bucket remembering how it got there, to just avoid the hook. As a negative thought subconsciously unfolds in the (mentally ill’s) mind is the envy, regret, or hatred they disregarded as untrue like the fish disbelieving such a threat on it’s nature would be optional.
Accepting this truth as a necessity can come as a shock to those uninformed of another world called crisis. Everyone else to the mentally ill can be a nemesis, they look as if they are preventing one to be capable of behavior of being normally accepted, for the world has become documented to the mentally ill as being born into another atmospheric world where confidence can be shut down at any moment due to nature of mental illness. This shaking realization is not just by the experience of symptoms but makes inclusion for the belief that with man nothing is possible.