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Old 01-02-2012, 08:14 PM   #21
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But they call it delusions, I call it being psychic. I don't mind playing with them

I call it enlightenment!!
They're all funny-fuckers - if you ask me!!!

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Old 01-02-2012, 08:41 PM   #22
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I call it enlightenment!!
They're all funny-fuckers - if you ask me!!!
Yes they are, I love them
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Old 01-02-2012, 10:21 PM   #23
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(Whatever little stunts, they try and pull!!)
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This guy has loads of videos about bi-polar and a spiritual awakening. Very interesting.
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Old 05-02-2012, 06:39 PM   #25
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This guy has loads of videos about bi-polar and a spiritual awakening. Very interesting.
Can't see the link
Sorry I can now, thanks for posting.

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Old 05-02-2012, 06:41 PM   #26
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(Whatever little stunts, they try and pull!!)
Funny you should say that, I have an American guy at the moment asking if I can feel the energy. Cracked me up. I suppose he thought he was freaking me out It happened when I put the tap on and he kept repeating ''can you feel the energy? do you feel it'' over and over.

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Old 05-02-2012, 06:48 PM   #27
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I was diagnosed with bi polar about 10 years ago and put on Prozac . It made me feel like a zombie. I now use no medication and control my manic phases through positive thinking , art and writing.
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Old 05-02-2012, 07:00 PM   #28
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Sorry I can now, thanks for posting.
Actually this is very intereseting. I always knew bipolar was a spiritual thing and doesn't need med apart from in certain circumstances which are probably mis diagnosed. Bipolar to me is spiritual enlightement and requires no meds as it ripens with age. See I hate to say that as I know there are people suffering who would disagree with me. Perhaps those people have been mis diagnosed. Don't get me wrong I have been a complete maniac, but I havelearned to live with it and it's kept me healthy. But my friends have chosen meds and they are now zombies when at the end of the day they can't seem to see that good fights bad and there is a light at the end of the tunnel
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Old 05-02-2012, 07:04 PM   #29
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I was diagnosed with bi polar about 10 years ago and put on Prozac . It made me feel like a zombie. I now use no medication and control my manic phases through positive thinking , art and writing.
Thats so good to hear. You are definitely on the right path. I have art work from when I was at school and I kept all my English books as my work was what got me through as a teen.
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Old 05-02-2012, 07:48 PM   #30
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Thats so good to hear. You are definitely on the right path. I have art work from when I was at school and I kept all my English books as my work was what got me through as a teen.
Thanks its taken me a long time to control it though. I was drinking too much and my behaviour was very reckless. I'm surprised I'm still alive . I also think I'm more in tune with things if that makes sense. I see bi polar as a spiritual gift and not a curse like I used to.
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Old 05-02-2012, 08:00 PM   #31
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Thanks its taken me a long time to control it though. I was drinking too much and my behaviour was very reckless. I'm surprised I'm still alive . I also think I'm more in tune with things if that makes sense. I see bi polar as a spiritual gift and not a curse like I used to.
Yeah I know what you mean about the drinking, when I was manic I could down bottles of alcohol without actually getting drunk. I think what I mean is I would never stumble but maybe it would affect my mind or alert my mind. I needed alcohol to control the mania but it didnt work it just made me feel more invincible. I remember sitting down and shaking wondering how to control it without going out for a drive etc (driving like a maniac), so alcohol came into my life and I would end up more crazy and more embarrassing. So I decided to stop the alcohol and thats when other things took over like exercise, writing and stuff to mellow me rather than turn me into the demon I was. I found the creative side - see I'm manic now yabbling on and on.
But it does piss me off when people say stuff like ''you are only like that cos you drink'' But infact it's the other way round. It's so hard to explain, but I know where you are coming from and wish you all the best.
And yes, it is definitely a spiritual journey for which I think we should be blessed rather than cursed.

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Old 06-02-2012, 03:25 PM   #32
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Old 06-02-2012, 04:14 PM   #33
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[QUOTE=neila;1060581502]Yeah I know what you mean about the drinking, when I was manic I could down bottles of alcohol without actually getting drunk. I think what I mean is I would never stumble but maybe it would affect my mind or alert my mind. I needed alcohol to control the mania but it didnt work it just made me feel more invincible. I remember sitting down and shaking wondering how to control it without going out for a drive etc (driving like a maniac), so alcohol came into my life and I would end up more crazy and more embarrassing. So I decided to stop the alcohol and thats when other things took over like exercise, writing and stuff to mellow me rather than turn me into the demon I was. I found the creative side - see I'm manic now yabbling on and on.
But it does piss me off when people say stuff like ''you are only like that cos you drink'' But infact it's the other way round. It's so hard to explain, but I know where you are coming from and wish you all the best.
And yes, it is definitely a spiritual journey for which I think we should be blessed rather than cursed.[/QUOTE

Do you find that in a manic phase you talk over people ? I tend to get stupidly giddy at college and find it hard to calm down and my thoughts race over and over
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:24 PM   #34
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Yeah I know what you mean about the drinking, when I was manic I could down bottles of alcohol without actually getting drunk. I think what I mean is I would never stumble but maybe it would affect my mind or alert my mind. I needed alcohol to control the mania but it didnt work it just made me feel more invincible. I remember sitting down and shaking wondering how to control it without going out for a drive etc (driving like a maniac), so alcohol came into my life and I would end up more crazy and more embarrassing. So I decided to stop the alcohol and thats when other things took over like exercise, writing and stuff to mellow me rather than turn me into the demon I was. I found the creative side - see I'm manic now yabbling on and on.
But it does piss me off when people say stuff like ''you are only like that cos you drink'' But infact it's the other way round. It's so hard to explain, but I know where you are coming from and wish you all the best.
And yes, it is definitely a spiritual journey for which I think we should be blessed rather than cursed.[/QUOTE

Do you find that in a manic phase you talk over people ? I tend to get stupidly giddy at college and find it hard to calm down and my thoughts race over and over
Yes. I also feel a great deal of self importance, like my views are better than anyones, although over the years I have learned to control it, cos with age comes alot of things.But in the earlier stages I was made to leave my college and work place for my attitude. I hated it but couldn't help it. I couldn't hold a job down if i tried now. But I was a manager of an off licence for a good few years, somewhere I could take control, even the alcohol. I was very good at that job. I was told i should've been a police officer as I was good at catching theives, not that they bothered me. But -0 its a long story,
Yes I talk over people all the time, but now my daughter has it. So all my energy is now focused on her and it's draining.
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Old 11-02-2012, 06:22 AM   #36
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I have been diagnosed with bipolar type 1. I have refused conventional meds and am willing to try congnitive therapy. However, I feel my bipolar has got better with age, For instance I now have more manic episodes whereby I see more and hear more and have better OBE's etc. I have been told these are delusions and was told that my bipolar has progressed to stage one as it has been left untreated.
I found my behaviour was was worse when alcohol was involved but without alcohol I feel more enlightened.
I'm really confused about it all. I feel better than I have in years, I am no longer depressed like I was in my younger years, my hyper stages last for months and I lose lots of weight and I feel so good for it.

So What is bipolar? I am not gonna lie and say i have never thought of suicide cos in my younger years I did but got through it with exercise.

Does bipolar get better with age? is it bipolar or something else.
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your body electronics is out of whack.

the meridian energy lines like acupuncture lines have been blocked or cut or warped...

there is a device that corrects this ... I built the very first one in the world on my farm 16 years ago and since then more than 20,000 have been built and used by 100,000's of people. What I havent fixed hasnt been diagnosed yet. (or cant fix hasnt been diagnosed yet)

some people think they can make copies of this device and build and sell abortions of constructions that just dont work.... this is field science... the magnetic field of the human body...

no chemical or other electrical device will correct it.. it may get better with age it may not... depends on your environment eg closeness to power lines, electric blankets.. excerise/chiropractic/massages even acupuncture will help
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:06 AM   #37
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It's vitamin B3 not D3. Research Abram Hoffer and orthomolecular psychiatry.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:45 AM   #38
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It's vitamin B3 not D3. Research Abram Hoffer and orthomolecular psychiatry.
Good docu.

I can confirm all this as I helped my own boyfriend get rid of severe bipolar 8 years ago, no medications / relapses since then!

Besides improving his nutrition I gave him a cocktail of supplements including cod liver oil, B vit complex and extra B3 (Niacin) and Coral Calcium.

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Having mulled over the information of the docu I want to add a few things:


I have never used Truehope EMPower so cannot recommend it from experience.
The ingreedients include several substances that helped to cure my BF from bipolar.

The method I used for my BF was to try out recommended supplements on myself for a week before I would give him some. We never took more than 2 per day of any supplement.
We never experienced any nausea from supplements.

The main difference from the EMPower protocol is that except for a small capsule of cod lover oil he doesn't take any supplements now to keep him healthy - in the docu it says that if you quit EMPower the symptoms return.

We try to keep our diet and lifestyle toxin free and concentrate on healthy nutrition.

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I have been diagnosed with bipolar type 1. I have refused conventional meds and am willing to try congnitive therapy. However, I feel my bipolar has got better with age, For instance I now have more manic episodes whereby I see more and hear more and have better OBE's etc. I have been told these are delusions and was told that my bipolar has progressed to stage one as it has been left untreated.
I found my behaviour was was worse when alcohol was involved but without alcohol I feel more enlightened.
I'm really confused about it all. I feel better than I have in years, I am no longer depressed like I was in my younger years, my hyper stages last for months and I lose lots of weight and I feel so good for it.

So What is bipolar? I am not gonna lie and say i have never thought of suicide cos in my younger years I did but got through it with exercise.

Does bipolar get better with age? is it bipolar or something else.
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