Is There A Pill That Can Erase Evil Thoughts From The Human Brain?

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E. Bogdan Profile
E. Bogdan answered
What about hypnotherapy? I know, it's not a pill but it can do the job. And...even better...repentance and forgiveness. Let go and let God. Again, it is not a pill, but it could be even better than a pill.

If the evil thoughts are caused by a trauma, EMDR has been extremely successful in helping people get rid of the negative effects it had on them.

Check the cause, and you will be able to find the solution. Is there a biochemical unbalance or a valid trauma? For biochemical unbalance, you may need a pill. However, if you have suffered a trauma, a combination of both medical treatment and counseling would help. Keep EMDR in mind. I am a strong believer in it as an effective therapy. You can look it up on the web and do your own research. I hope this helps.
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Robyn Rothman
Robyn Rothman commented
There can be problems with hypnotherapy. False memories have been documented. It can be useful, but it must be used carefully. Also, not everyone is susceptible to hypnosis.
E. Bogdan
E. Bogdan commented
Robbier, I agree with you. However, I was not thinking about retrieving memories. I was just thinking of helping someone find healing from trauma through EMDR.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I don't imagine any that don't also erase all active thought and the voluntary impulse to breathe as well.

There's a debate topic embedded in the question "Evil may be objectively defined and quantified" (rather than definitions of Evil differ with religion, philosophy and culture).
Robyn Rothman Profile
Robyn Rothman answered
I don't see anyone taking up your challenge. For one thing I believe evil is relative. I may not agree with another on what is evil. I think it's necessary for us to take responsibility for our actions and our thoughts. If one is unable to control his thoughts, there is definitely a problem and that person needs help, but erasing those thoughts isn't the help needed.

"Evil" thoughts are a natural part of us. Whether or not one acts on those thoughts is the problem. Medicating someone to eliminate such thoughts rather that dealing with them would be a form of mind control, and that, to me, is unethical. I'm very much in favor of medical advancement, but tampering with the brain in such a way leaves much to be desired.
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E. Bogdan
E. Bogdan commented
Robbier, I agree with you that hypnotherapy, when mishandled, can be problematic. However, I was not thinking about retrieving memories. I was just thinking of helping someone fing healing from trauma through EMDR. I have read many successful stories from those who practice EMDR, and I have witnessed some personally. EMRD helps the person reprocess his/her memory and neutralize the original damages of the trauma.

Of course, none of us knows the cause of the evil thoughts, in Ako's case. We have insufficient information to properly help her/him.
Robyn Rothman
Robyn Rothman commented
Anything can be dangerous when mishandled, especially pills. I just think that many people have the wrong idea about hypnosis EMDR also deals with memory. I imagine it must have been fascinating to witness it.
E. Bogdan
E. Bogdan commented
I agree. Yes, it was fascinating to witness EMDR. In fact I use EMDR in some counseling situations, when dealing with trauma. So far I had nothing but positive results. The people I helped are now free and grateful...And I am thankful for them.
suman kumar Profile
suman kumar answered
There are no pills. It is all in your mind. Concentrate on beautiful things in life , divert your attention towards nature. All your evil thoughts will be washed away.

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