If you have momentary delusions (like that of being on weed), and either A) try and convince yourself that your delusions are true or B) believe them for a while but then wonder why afterwards you were so crazy and C) have delusions but don't believe them - wth is that? My friend acts like this. Like for example, thinking you can do things out of the ordinary, or believing you are doomed or something. Another example is things like telapathy etc. even though he sometimes believes it, at other times he doesn't. He has smoked puff in the past and a bit recently, and also has had a hard life and anxiety problems. He hasn't told anyone else about this in fear of what people will think or do, but it bends his mind and he hates it.
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