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Schizophrenia is a chronic, disabling brain disorder that affects about 1% of Americans. It may cause people to hear voices, see imaginary sights, or believe other people are controlling their thoughts. These sensations can be frightening and often lead to erratic behavior. There is no cure, but treatment can usually control the most serious symptoms.

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listing things that do exist that you hear of see in your imagination is not what the question is asking..those things exist somewhere..you are imagining them.."a sight or sound that you are imagining","imagining a sight or sound"

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Poetry deals with the emotions, just as music. An autobiographical poem is personal—it reveals something about the person writing the poem. It does not have to rhyme. Below is a simple plan to write your own autobiographical poem. Just follow the steps and—before you know it—it’s done.

I AM Poem

FIRST STANZA
I am (two special characteristics you have)
I wonder (something you are actually curious about)
I hear (an imaginary sound)
I see (an imaginary sight)
I want (an actual desire)
I am (the first line of the poem repeated)

SECOND STANZA

I pretend (something you actually pretend to do)
I feel (a feeling about something imaginary)
I touch (an imaginary touch)
I worry (something that really bothers you)
I cry (something that makes you very sad)
I am (the first line of the poem repeated)

THIRD STANZA
I understand (something you know is true)
I say (something you believe in)
I dream (something you actually dream about)
I try (something you really make an effort about)
I hope (something you actually hope for)
I am (the first line of the poem repeated)


Clouds create imaginary sights
Vibration and Waves will please your mind. =D

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( )Sir was a British scientist (1822-1911). Galton was the cousin of (1809-1882), the founder of the theory of evolution through natural selection. The two men exchanged many letters throughout their lifetime, and commented on one another's scientific work in the public domain. He wrote in 1883 about the virtues of imaginary sights and sounds which can impress themselves on the human mind and mold its reaction. He wrote “…..an image can surround a physiological function with an aura of pain or pleasure so vivid it can be associated with a change in reflexes.”
I see (an imaginary sight)

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The movie is presented from his point of view, and so we are privy to the same imaginary sights and sounds as he. The film provides a first hand look at insanity. But it also raises a fascinating question.

How many others, of great accomplishment, have also “seen things and heard voices? Christ did. Muhammad did. Joan of Arc did. And so did all the prophets. If alive today, would they be called insane? What exactly are the boundaries between insanity, religiosity and reality, if any?

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Referring back to the previously-stated question as to whether Lynch exploited Richard Pryor by casting him in Lost Highway, one can now safely say "no" to that question. Pryor chose the role, and, if he is not embarrassed by his disability, why should film audiences react differently? Self-empowerment is the mutual goal of not just the disabled, but the supposedly abled as well. Acknowledging such limitations can be such an empowerment. The cinema of David Lynch, in its re-envisioning of the body and its relationship to normalcy, stands as a unique voice for the pleasure inherent in breaking both personal and social denials about the body: "disability is not an object - a woman with a cane - but a social process that intimately involves everyone who has a body and lives in the world of the senses" (Davis 2). In both film and social realities, the worthy goal of self-realization must not ignore bodily difference that the disabled powerfully embody. The fantasy of being untouchable denies not only the fragility, but the real agency, of which all are capable. What makes us truly human, our bodies, must become not imaginary sights of an alienating ego control, but rather a continual process of discovering new potentials for communication and understanding.