Monday, December 11, 2017

Comments by Judy Murray

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  • Askforcer…Thank you for your comment. It really touched me. Although I did not understand my son’s experience as being valid and real for him at the time, I did love him with all my heart and was there for him in the only way that I knew how. The explanation to your son “his reality was something I could accept but not see, hear or know” had to be comforting. The doctors and meds only exacerbate their confusion and pain with total lack of acceptance, leaving them hopeless. NAMI did not help my family at all. We are in the process of finding a way to form a place for families to go that is outside of the NAMI approach. A support for those that have been failed by the system where they can learn how to create a safe place for their loved ones guiding them to recovery. My hope is that your son soars past being “stable” and finds real meaning and purpose in his life. I believe those with these sensitivities have a huge purpose and it is a crime when a system filled with greed continues to harm them…. Bless you

  • Hi Matt…”Now I know it was all a lie, although one the professionals didn’t even know was a lie. Mind-bending.” I sincerely believe most of them don’t know the truth. They go by the book and what the system and big pharma wants them to believe. Its amazing when someone tormented by the system for many years asks: “you mean I really can recover?” I have to believe we are moving forward into a new paradigm. Thank you for sharing your story. Bless you

  • Someone Else…I believe that with this paradigm shift that is occurring more will be awakening to these spiritual experiences. It is so imperative that we, who have a voice, use it. Thank you for sharing your recovery story and bringing hope to others. Blessings, Judy

  • Alex..You are so fortunate to have escaped the torments of the medical model. I am sorry that you had to go through the painful process but you are here with all of your sensitivities to the dark side of human nature and your are managing. Bless you. My son struggled with the transformation process. He was not strong enough to survive it on his own, failed by the system, society and everyone who loved him but had no understanding of what was happening. I promised him the night he died that I would not stop fighting for him until my last breath and that is what I intend to do. I could hear those words still echoing from that night and what I felt was so powerful even though I really had no clue what it meant. I do now and I feel honored each and every time I am blessed to hear about stories of recovery such as yours. Its so important that the human touch return so that we can reconnect with one another for all of our differences. When someone is in “mind” pain, the other will sit in that space with them, believe in them and just simply “be there” for them. We are moving in the right direction and as long as we let go of the “fear” and each play our part with love and acceptance humanity will be whole again. Alex thank you from my heart….