Micah

Bipolar Psychosis and Spiritual Emergences

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Recently I've been reading again on the link between bipolar psychosis and spiritual emergence or spiritual awakenings. I've come across an ample amount of articles and individual stories on the subject. Too often, like 99.9% of the time people that have been diagnosed with bipolar and experience a manic phase with psychosis all experience the same exact experiences almost to the 'T'. From believing that they are Jesus and or have a spiritual mission to save humanity, feeling enlightenment, believing they are special in a Divine aspect, seeing visions, experiencing the supernatural, having super uber intuition, gaining psychic abilities to being an advanced empath. Plus much much more. 

I myself suffer from bipolar I with psychosis features, except I don't think of my psychosis as being a sickness, but a profound spiritual experience. I feel much closer to God and all matter in general when I am experiencing mania. Just about all bipolar diagnosed people enjoy being manic because it gives them a sense of a closeness to God and all things; very spiritual. Plus it's such a relief from the other side of the coin, the utterly profound sense of despair (deep depression).

I believe that there are connections between people with bipolar and the many titles for the people brought here to elevate the frequency here on Earth, i.e. Crystal children etc... etc... Hell, I even think there are theories that link children with autism to some of these exceptional beings.

 

 

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On 7/13/2017 at 4:52 PM, walt said:

Labels don't heal anyone but they sell a shit load of pharmaceuticals. Focusing on ones goals and dreams leads somewhere.

I was never one to like lables either.

And yes, coming up with a goal and dream to focus all of your energy on can be challenging as well. 

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On 7/11/2017 at 4:00 PM, Mark Joseph Middleton said:

I've heard said that autistic people are some of the most straight, honest down to earth people there are. I agree with that, I still get to chat to an autistic friend now and again and am refreshed by how blunt she can be about everything and how she looks at the world. 

I agree.

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