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"Why would humans destroy the very soils that have long sustained civilizations?" The First Peoples of North America have an explanation for this form of suicide: the wetiko psychosis. Wetiko is an Algonquin word for a cannibalistic spirit or thought-form driven by greed, excess and selfish consumption. It deludes it host into believing that consuming the life force of others for self-aggrandizement or profit is a logical and morally upright way to live
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After the birth of her fifth child and the death of her father, Andrea’s psychosis returned full force. Within months, Andrea’s psychiatrist opted to take her off of an antipsychotic prescribed to control her symptoms, citing concerns about side effects. | This Chilling Story Of Postpartum Psychosis Will Make You Rethink Maternal Mental Illness
"Wetiko" a Cree term : a diabolically wicked person or spirit who terrorizes others. Like a cannibal, consumes their life-force. They are not in touch with their own humanity and can't see it in others. Others are prey or a threat to their dominance. A different breed, more animal-like predator than ordinary human being. Fully taken over by the wetiko psychosis they consume others' lives, physically/emotionally/psychically and meta-physically, beyond the material body and physical…
"PSYCHOSIS:" St. Ann Warehouse, October 26, 2014. Anchored by a tour de force performance by Magdalena Cielecka, one of Poland’s most revered contemporary actresses, TR Warszawa’s acclaimed 4:48 Psychosis, a lacerating and lyrical depiction of a mind on the edge, comes to St Ann’s for its first and only American engagement. British playwright Sarah Kane’s extraordinary final work swings from elation to despair as it chronicles a convincing, lucid argument of isolation vs. non-existence.
"Kiri, Kiri, Kiri" is an original affordable pocket sized painting by Krysta Logan. It depicts a young lady holding a syringe. This piece was inspired by Takashi Miike's amazing horror film Audition, which utilized lots of surreal scenes and bold colors that force the viewer to question the line between reality and psychosis. This piece was created using acrylic paint and alcohol based marker on cotton canvas, and comes with a saw tooth hanger, making it ready to hang.