What’s the difference between Insane and Out-of-Sane?


R.D. Liang has something very
Interesting to say about insanity I call the
condition being out of
Sane. He believed that out-of-sane people,
especially schizophrenics, were driven into being
that way from outward stimulation. A great
example he shows is being checkmated by life and
by your own doing. When you can no longer cope
with the world there is no alternative other
than to be delusional and create a world where
there is less pain and suffering to survive.
Our Western culture promotes
materialism, and because after the scientific
revolution, anything experienced by the mind is
thought of as irrelevant, anything experienced
that is not ordinary to the general population is
deemed as some form of insanity. Yet in other
schizophrenics or people that experience episodes
of insanity are considered
to be the holy ones like shamans, and sages.

Some people live an alternative lifestyle compared
to what is considered the norm, like many creative
people who are artists, astrologers, healers, and
musicians. Sometimes, they are labeled as insane,
maybe that’s a good thing. Being out of sane
seems to be the norm these days – robotic, uncreative,
and a zombie-like existence. On the other hand the alternative
lifestyle is a lifestyle diverse in respect to mainstream ones
generally perceived to be outside the cultural

Insane or out of sane
This group doesn’t believe what’s
in the news or the medical establishment are
saying. They read the labels on everything they
buy. They avoid the flu, and shingles
shot, they don’t drink soda and avoid eating at
Mickey-D, the Burger places, taco
trucks and all those chicken places. To the norm
this group of people are insane. Are the other out
of sane?

If you are insane and want more coaching on this

crazy lifestyle contact me ASAP.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Dr. Wu Dh

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Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advance studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R. China.
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