The SSRI’s are not the only problem. The real problem is the atypical antipsychotics. If you look at all the drug company settlements, they pay off the parties suing them and admit no guilt. Then they just keep on selling them.
One side effect that people don’t realize is that SSRI’s block a person’s ability to pray. I work with people teaching them how to meditate, which is really just extensive prayer. I perform a simple test to demonstrate to an individual the effect of their change in perception as a result of their prayer. It’s like taking the tuning knob off the radio and saying “This is the only station you can listen to!”
People who are on the SSRI’s do not have the ability to change their consciousness up or down. The same drugs that blocks an individual’s ability to fall to lower levels and experience the depression or overwhelming fear also blocks a person’s ability to raise their consciousness toward experiencing the joy of the higher realms in prayer and meditation.
List of atypical antipsychotics
The following are approved and marketed in various parts of the world:
Sulpiride (Sulpirid, Eglonyl)
Ziprasidone (Geodon, Zeldox)
One of the problems with the drugs is that they block the growth of consciousness through the normal stages of development. If you give a child who is experiencing their “terrible two’s” a drug to block the symptoms, it creates a void in the developmental foundation necessary for healthy psychological growth later in life.
Note: The stage of growth experienced by a child during their “terrible two’s” is a separation from the strong dependency upon their mother. If a younger sibling is born before the older child goes through this stage, the older child will experience abandonment issues as they feel their mother is taken from them, or they are rejected by their mother, rather than making a healthy growth separation.
It is interesting; that little has been said; re the drugs that Adam Lanza was taking. Of course; why change the topic; when 'guns' are the agenda. . .