Didn't know where else to post this.
I train MMA, and aspire to be a pro fighter. I have always had this kind of voice in my head, but its hard to explain. Like occasionally I get these "thoughts" that seem like I am talking to myself in my head, only they are pretty dark. The thoughts always tell me something along the lines of I can have great power, but my life will revolve around fighting. Sometimes I get thoughts about how I will be alone, sometimes they are about how I am an angry person, many times its about how I need to cancel plans and social things and go to the gym and fight.
Well I am also a big fan of Warhammer, and recently I began reading a lot of books. I have been reading books that theme around the Chaos lately, and as soon as I started reading it the thoughts kicked into high gear like the book was giving it ideas or something. The scary thing is, since that started, I also started to get a lot of newfound energy and aggressiveness training, so I haven't really been fighting against the thoughts and I kind of think back now, if that makes sense?
Should I be worries about this, or should I assume I am just crazy and not tell anyone and ignore the thoughts.
Sorry but I am not a very intellectual man. Does this mean that I am sub consciously attempting to mirror the things I see in a fictional universe, and if so, why does this happen?
Actually I really like Tzeentch, I use to like Khorne, but he has no mind or strategy, I feel like his bloodlust would lead to an eventual and crushing defeat, where as Tzeentch is cunning and cruel at the same time. Then again I also like the idea of Chaos undivided because why not both, Nurgle is good to because all things do end.
But Slaneesh is fucking shit tier, no real power or warlord ability, just a god of fuckbois and degenerates.
If you read deeper into the lore, Slaanesh has a lot. Surprisingly.
Khornate fighters often become so powerful, and obsessed with becoming even greater, that they convert to Slaanesh instead. Slaanesh tends to rob the other 3 gods of their strongest champions. Don't be so quick to disregard 25% of the picture.
Maybe its the will of the other 3 gods causing me to disregard him. Don't like revealing personal weird shit about myself, but I have had a dream where I tried to kill Slaneesh to take his throne. Which is equally weird because his throne should sit empty lorewise.
I taped two flashlights together, I am now Lux the lady of Luminosity.
People copy things that they like or see as cool or interesting because it makes them feel more capable/successful/happy.
It's just your natural instinct to make yourself more interesting.
I'm just candidly discussing lore, and since the other guy broke the 4th wall with the mirroring link earlier and OP responded in earnest, I'd say it's probably the worst RP thread ever because it isn't RP, just shooting the shit about warhammer
Sorry I got off track because I am a nerd and also love talking about warcraft.
The thing I was worrying about wasn't that I thought I was copying the fictional stuff I saw, its that I basically have what I amount to a voice in my head telling me to do things that just happen to seem to line up with the fictional stuff.
I can't really explain it, it just feels like something is living in my head with me, I was coming here to see if there is something paranormal and common that could cause it since I never dabble in anything paranormal at all. But I am starting to think I might just be crazy, and should avoid talking to people about this problem.
It isn't paranormal, it's schizophrenia.
Strong or unexpected thoughts often feel like they aren't your own
When these things happen people always say things like "something came over me", "it's like I wasn't myself", and "a voice in the back of my head"
I hope its not and that >>17194560 is right, just to be safe I am never gonna talk to anyone about it. Shit I mean if it helps me work harder towards the goal I want, might as well use it.
Do you hear the voices too?
Also relates to confidence
People reading books or playing games try to imitate, and the confidence reduces hesitation
Although the assassins creed inspired parkour videos rarely end well, if only they had a little less confidence...
yea, I have no physical visions of it at all. The voice comes in at its strongest usually during one of two events.
The first is when I am going to miss a class at the gym, it will berate me, tell me I am nothing, tell me that other champions are out there working harder and if I do not follow suit they will crush me during my "time of judgement", and I hate to admit it but it usually works and gets me to cancel whatever plans I had and go to the gym.
The second is any time some minor annoyance happens, it will wait until I am sitting alone somewhere and basically try and talk to me about how I should be filled to the brim with rage over whatever happened. This usually doesn't work because I have gotten in control of my anger issues I use to have.
The thing is, I don't feel like I am trying to imitate any of the fictional characters, if anything I am trying to not imitate it, I want to be a good person, listening to the whispers of an angry voice in my head seems counter intuitive.
You are connected to God. As stated in the Revelations, the last standing one will rule over their land with an iron rod. You can be one of those. Also God is very very based and loves killing as stated much in the Bible. Train anon, that voice is your soul telling you to go on the right path. Reread Revelations over and over again and be ready for the end. God strength.
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