I have been doing a lot of reading regarding the influence of LGATs and was led on to the subject of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or as it is sometimes called Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
While researching online, I came across references to the many affects and symptoms of PTSD, most (nearly all) of which I could relate to my girlfriend who has been through a number of LGAT courses.
I found the the following link - [www.bullyonline.org
] - to be very useful.
The article refers mostly to bullying in the workplace, but one can simply substitute the world bully with abuse and it all makes sense.
To tie my ideas together, it relates to the unethical influence used by LGATs, including mind control exercises, and getting people to do regression to experience old traumas, especially related to when they are in an exhausted state with their normal defences down.
Once this has been done to people, they are open to huge problems, including guilt and shame, as well as blaming themselves for everything -'you create your own reality' - keys that unethical people use against others.
The person who has been exposed then has trouble integrating their perceptions of life because they are dealing with three personalities: the pre-LGAT personality, the LGAT personality, and the combination of the former two personalities.
These are some of the symptoms listed:
Common symptoms of PTSD and Complex PTSD that sufferers report experiencing (my girlfriend answers to at least 20!):
hypervigilance (feels like but is not paranoia)
exaggerated startle response
sudden angry or violent outbursts
flashbacks, nightmares, intrusive recollections, replays, violent visualisations
exhaustion and chronic fatigue
feelings of detachment
phobias about specific daily routines, events or objects
irrational or impulsive behaviour
loss of interest
loss of ambition
anhedonia (inability to feel joy and pleasure)
joint pains, muscle pains
an overwhelming sense of injustice and a strong desire to do something about it
Does this seem familiar?
I have been looking for books on PTSD - Rick Ross has an excellent list of books at [www.culteducation.com
] and I am interested to know what recommendations other people might have.
I use Amazon.com a lot to get insight from readers of books. Reading about one book often leads on to another by reading on the Amazon website.