delusion of being controlled

de·lu·sion of con·trol

, delusion of being controlled
a delusion in which one experiences one's feelings, impulses, thoughts, or actions as not one's own, but as being imposed on by some external force.

de·lu·sion of con·trol

, delusion of being controlled (dē-lūzhŭn kŏn-trōl, bēing kŏn-trōld)
State in which one experiences one's feelings, impulses, thoughts, or actions as not one's own, but as being imposed on by some external force. Also called delusion of passivity.