Psychosis -
The window to unsolved relationships

Human beings who suffer under psychotic pushes are just in absent of the necessary strength in order to distinguish between internal and external actions in social relationships. They are then structured so weak that they cannot distinguish between self-contribution and external contribution – what are my own and what are the other contributions in a social relationship. This is how voices or people which approach them from outside will lead to inner conflict. They see the reality quite different – almost like depressive people who see everything negative.
But all these phenomena are deeply human. We are social beings which cannot only worry about other but also worry in itself.

What makes the human being to a social being which can also be mentally ill? The human being must learn everything from the beginning – even walking. And because he needs to learn and acquire everything from the beginning he is dependent on the other. He is dependent on the other from the beginning and this is what makes him social.
He is inspired, because the human being is in this way dependent on the feeling and thought of the other.
This is how our soul and psychological dimension represents the thoughts and feelings of the other in our own body.

People who suffer under psychosis struggle with their body, thoughts and feelings which they have with the other about self-control and external control – similarly, 2 to 3 year olds who realize for the first time in their life that they are an opportunity to choose for or against them. If they choose against themselves they will suffer psychotic symptoms in their future life. They relate everything to themselves what happens around them. They feel guilt if their parents fight.

Psychosis is therefore not a continuous condition, but a kind of existential life crisis for extremely weak people. And the good news is: It is possible to learn from a psychosis and give the future life an important change of direction.
A psychosis is from a systematic-sociological point of view like a dream – with the difference that in a dream someone is not watched by others and considered to be crazy.
Fear and wants are parts of the dream. They struggle for identity and autonomy – for self-control and against external control.