The Phenomenon Of Being Possessed According To A Medical View?
I often encounter films / literature that state that possession is something that does not exist in this world and from a medical perspective it is only a chemical reaction and hallucinations of our brains.
Hello Khalifah, thank you for asking.
Trance is a layman's term used to describe various phenomena that are not clear in terms of physical abnormalities. The term is subjective. Trance according to one person can differ according to others. Likewise, the cultural customs of each region, helped shape different perceptions about possession.
From a medical and scientific perspective, the term possession is certainly not known. When you talk about it on a scientific basis, of course in terms of professionalism the doctor will answer that there were no incidents of possession. But if you talk about it on the basis of religion or spiritual phenomena, then maybe someone will think that possession does exist.
From a medical perspective, the occurrence of possession will be explained by brain electrical disorders, brain mass, or brain neurotransmitter disorders. Psychiatrists will try to deal with people who are considered possessed, from a medical perspective. But if someone or his family wants to get an explanation spiritually, of course, must ask the spiritual expert.
Thus our explanation, hopefully help. Regards.