From the firstpage of the link:
"As I look around me and tell myself that nothing is real, I am overcome by a surreal feeling."
Seeing/thinking 'nothing as
real' will (naturally'logically, IMO) of course lead one to have a 'surreal' feeling. LOL
This is what I am pointing to and labeling emotional 'dissociation
The whole world is un
real. Therefore there is no
'reason' to emotionally engage with what is
, that is!
) going on here
I am not
'panning' it as a strategy. mind you. It clearly works
"for good" in many cases
. "We know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." (Romans 8).
Just calling what I think is a spade, a 'spade'. Everything depends on the 'use' to which it is put.