The expanding individual mind suffers when the collective mind is unconscious.
Most people fear for their sanity at least once in a while. When they feel that they’re losing control over their minds (which they never even really had), they pull themselves together in one way or another.
They may do this in various ways, but the psychological process of these coping mechanisms is always the same: Addiction.
When we know we are sane, it is no bother to be considered insane by everyone else.
If we’d like to be happy and well, we will eliminate madness from our psyches in every possible way; we will make this our highest priority.
We only act like we are too busy to look inward because we must protect our egos at all costs.
The mentally ill will be healed when our collective illness is healed.