Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome sufferers have a unique form of migraine
headaches which cause strange alterations in their perception (where
ordinary objects appear either very large or very small).
Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome (named after the main character in Lewis
Carroll's childhood fairy tale) is a karmic solution to a very knotty
problem in reincarnation. Its sufferers have unresolved past life drug
karma to work through... but they are at a level of spiritual advancement
where they would not willingly choose to indulge in drugs or to participate
in drug trafficking. So Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome becomes how the
karma in balanced.
Those who sell drugs - thereby profiting from the
misery and degradation of drug addicts - send the worst karma to future
lives. Especially if the individual has never experienced the effects
of the drugs they sell, karma will ensure - via the Wonderland Syndrome
- that they experience the distorted perceptions common to drug abuse.
They also experience the loss of control over their consciousness, the
disruption of their normal functioning, the loss of time while incapacitated
by the distortions, etc just as drug addicts do.
Those who push drugs on others - even when they
receive no money for doing so - are just as guilty karmically as those
who do sell drugs for profit. When one person helps to damage the well
functioning of another's body, mind, or emotions by turning them on to
addictive drugs, they must reap the karma they have sown by experiencing
for themselves just what it is like for their body, their mind, and
their emotions to be on drugs.
The karmic penalties for dealing drugs extend
beyond those who sell or push drugs to all those involved in creating and
distributing them. From those who grow the plants, to those who harvest
them, to those who transport them, to those who sell or give them out,
all of these individuals are considered to be part of drug trafficking.
Most of the time these individuals learn the lessons of drug abuse first
hand by living a life as a drug addict to repay a life as a drug pusher.
Those who have not done so contract Wonderland Syndrome.
Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome is characterized by the following distortions
in the sufferer's perceptions of the world (mainly these effect the senses
of sight, hearing, and spacial-temporal judgment).
- Aura is the name for the period of distorted perception (which is usually
less than 30 minutes).
- Objects appear to change their dimensions rapidly by becoming very large
or very small.
- Body image can be distorted keeping the sufferer from being able to see
parts of their own body.
- Distortions in perception are mostly accompanied by migraine headaches
(usually following them).
- Distortions in perception can be accompanied by epileptic seizures
(migraines are more common).
- Distortions in perception can be induced by periods of intense focus and
- Mosaic Vision is a distortion of perception where the scene seems to be
fractured into tiny pieces.
- Zoom Vision is a distortion of perception where objects rapidly change
size between large and small.
- Morphing Vision is a distortion of perception where objects "morph" into
- Time Lapse is a distortion of perception where time seems to speed up
or slow down.
- Alice-in-Wonderland symptoms generally decrease as the sufferer gets older.
Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome, if left untreated, will only get worse over
time. The walls will feel like they are closing in on the sufferer
unless-until they take action to expand the frontiers of their life.
When the life lesson associated with Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome has been fully
learned and "absorbed" into the person's body-mind-emotions, the "disempowering"
behavior will fall away. Often all that is needed is for the individual
to confront the past life(s) where the underlying drug karma was created.
Going back to the past via past life healing becomes the means of freeing
Wonderland sufferers from their prison of distorted perceptions.
is included in the above descriptions of common Alice-in-Wonderland Syndromes.