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Author :Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
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In this state, the influence of the subconscious on the consciousness of the patient increases to such an extent that the patient starts seeing things that are otherwise hidden from the naked eye. Sometimes he sees shadows and other times he sees himself free of physical constraints in the form of a flying shadow. The pressure drawn from this imaginary flying leads some patients to leap from high- rise buildings. They may start hearing voices as well. The patient confines himself to an imaginary
world, in which he sees beautiful gardens and sees himself as the center-of attention of all the residents
of the imaginary garden. However sometimes, negative feelings take over and the patient starts crying at some dreadful scene. In other words, his senses fluctuate rapidly. Sometimes he becomes a very intelligent, talented, articulate person while at other times he is senseless and his speech becomes incoherent or gibberish.
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