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Observing Bipolar

Published on January 16, 2018 under bipolar
Smiling at willing strangers Disastrous deviant miracle A thin layer of ice is formed on half the lake Noticing that crows look purple A man uses an umbrella as a walking stick fashionably unnecessarily Nature…
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Wonder of the Day – August 10th, 2017:

Published on August 10, 2017 under bipolar
If you’d like to read anything “positive” about having a brain that launches into hyper-creativity without conscious will and of it’s own volition, you may have to look elsewhere than the literature that would choose…
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Flow versus Mania – similarities

Published on October 8, 2016 under brain health
The state of flow described in this video by Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal has many similar characteristics and traits as "mania". They talk about how "dopamine increases pattern recognition as if to say 'yes…
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A Bipolar Poem – Clues from Another Dimension

Published on September 4, 2016 under Art
Expansive energy and light Presence power to delight Priming physiological vibrations Oxytocin giving sensations Embodied manic creations Kinship interconnected nations One with all the unsame sameness And nature and Earthly tameness Transforming base matter into…
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