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(1) Though these experiences were "personal", it is certainly not hard to find others with similar experiences among those with a psychiatric condition and those among the general population (and I'll be getting to examples of this when we further explore the brain's subconscious functions and how they direct our behaviours).
(2) - Not to worry, I was able to talk them through it. I do not and will not let people flounder like that.