Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Schizophrenia and numerology

What do numerology and schizophrenia have in common? Synchronicity! The New York Times article says that everyday people are using their lucky numbers in a variety of profitable ways, from setting a marriage date to buying an apartment. The difference between what they are doing and your natural skill is that psychiatry dismisses your synchronity as psychosis. You may ask your shrink, "So if everyday people in certain cultures believe in it, why am I labeled psychotic?"

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Sometimes, Lucky Numbers Add Up to Apartment Sales, New York Times, October 22, 2010


  1. I am thoroughly enjoying reading your book, it so speaks to me of my journey with my son. I too am committed to my son's wellness, and I believe he just thinks differently. The challenge is helping him find his way when the majority do not have the courage he does!!

  2. Thanks for the boost, Liz and keep up those winning attitudes with your son!


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