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Book link: http://www.amazon.com/books Type in Aliens Answer. Webpage link: http://www.aliensanswer.com to meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli and to explore the many questions and answers exchanged. THESE EXCHANGES ARE NON-FICTION. Exchanges occur between therapist and Zetans by using a deeply induced client, Steve Reichmuth, as the telepathic conduit.
Therapist: Concerning deviant thoughts and behaviors, without assigning ‘good’ or ‘bad’ judgments, how does your species handle deviant thoughts or behavior?
Zetan: We can become quickly aware of deviant thought. Within the fabric of our community of mind, even our species sometimes requires specialized scientists to deal with the physical health of our species, often requiring cures.
Therapist: Are you saying that chemical and biological differences create deviant behavior?
Zetan: Yes. In human terms, mental illness is a plague that encompasses a small degree of human consciousness. We have often encountered this in our contact with humans. By comparing various impressions with other human contacts, these impressions amalgamate, enabling us to see this in a larger perspective. It is also so with other species. Due to the mental abilities of our species, mental illness can be more acute and of great concern. At the same time, the interconnective weave makes it much more quickly apparent and can be treated as such. Deviant behavior is defined in our values. It causes harm to others around them. Sometimes deviant behavior in its milder form can just be exploring a new life behavior which, within our social fabric we can tolerate. If it extends to where it harms others mentally or physically and causes cruelty, then this needs to be addressed within the social fabric of our society.
Therapist: Thank you. I do believe a little deviance is probably healthy so that one can explore a little, stretch a little, and then evaluate. However, I do understand that excessive deviance can have a much greater effect in your culture than it would in ours.
Zetan: It creates diversity. When a different type of behavior, within the confines of interacting with other life, is expressed in kindness in the normal expected exchange between life forms, it is tolerated. Some so-called deviance is welcome and is inconsequential to the greater variety and enrichment of our social behavior.
Mary Barr, B.A.
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Certified Behavioral Therapist
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