I spoke to my client about her vision. There is a good chance that she may develop a troubling complex by comparing herself to others, thinking that she is uniquely—and abnormally—able to see and hear better than them. At the same time, instead of just saying that she has hyperesthesia, I believe she is dealing with the kind of déjà vu that neurotic people sometimes experience. I will exclude the details, but it seems that what she perceives comes from a poor sense of reality, and her true perceptions are abandoned. Regarding her perception of time, if the client is telling the truth, there isn’t much of a problem. I don’t know what she actually sees, or whether it’s due to a physical abnormality or an abnormality of perception, but as long as her underestimation of herself persists, it will be difficult to reach any fundamental solutions. I cannot diagnose her with depersonalization neurosis just yet, but when I consider her fuzzy recollections of hallucinations, I do think she may be developing depersonalization symptoms.