Most self-help books include methods to relax mind and body. Bipolar Blessing & Mind Expansion includes relaxation methods to ease mental pain, unique physical exercises to reconstruct the brain, and models for the subconscious mind to learn about and heal itself. We usually think in depth when inspired by teachers, parents, or traumatic events....
Most self-help books include methods to relax mind and body. Bipolar Blessing & Mind Expansion includes relaxation methods to ease mental pain, unique physical exercises to reconstruct the brain, and models for the subconscious mind to learn about and heal itself. We usually think in depth when inspired by teachers, parents, or traumatic events. Successes and stresses, and uncertainties and failures, can occur quickly resulting in depression and bipolar disorder. Tragedies have inspired breaking out of ingrained inner childhood thinking limits to extend thinking and spiritual abilities. Persistent stress led to the author s bipolar disorder. Losing reasoning in depression or mania is devastating. Prejudices and stigmas add to fears of never returning to normal. He has studied his inner mental processes for expansion. Locked in a psychiatric cell during his 1st manic episode, the author frantically wrote to regain sanity. Insanity is dreaming while awake, void of reasoning limits developed through waking trial and error. Triumphant battles over depression and bipolar disorder led to unique healing processes. In 1977 the author had severe depression followed by sporadic recurring manic episodes for years. With his healing processes, he has not had depression or manic episodes for 14 years, an amazing cure. Bipolar Blessing & Mind Expansion describes depression, mania, and healing processes. In depression, suicidal thoughts become escapes from mental pain and feeling less than human. The author s depressed slow and painful thinking evolved into fast thinking and mania. Initially, mania had creative benefits. Eventually, nothing was finished before other dominant thoughts evolved. The afflicted must be a significant part of his cure, remain unstable, or live with mind numbing drugs. Drugs only prevent symptoms. Symptoms usually recur after discontinuing medications. Muscles and the brain only increase in abilities when briefly stressed to limits. At limits there are uncertainties whether thinking and reactions are rational. The mind must construct rational thinking from irrational occurrences. Traumatized neural networks and their highly emotional memories do not synchronize with the normal brain symphony. Psychiatrically reducing their energy reconstructs them into normal brain processes. Subconscious processes lasting beyond a time threshold create consciousness. Changing sensations in the neck, throat, and brainstem reacting to unique physical exercises became somewhat predictable and guided healing. This physicist pursued exercises and modeling, not chemistry, for healing his bipolar cure. The mind is good at outward thinking, but needs stimulation for inner and spiritual healing. From exercises, muscles affect nerves, and nerves affect neurons in the brain. Initially, healing exploration was bold and daring but became routine. A decade ago, a chemical imbalance was the only accepted cause of bipolar disorder. In 1995 in Emotional Mind Modeling, the author proposed a theory that childhood traumatized neural networks construct mental processing limits. With stress and trauma in later life, childhood emotional network limits are overstressed or broken resulting in bipolar disorder. Subconscious processes feverishly search for lost limits causing the chemical imbalance. Current medical research focuses on nerve cell structure and damage from reactions to stress and traumas. Reactive sensations in the neck, throat, and brainstem guide unique healing exercises. Amazingly, subsets of 100 billion neurons can focus on a single idea. Electromagnetic radiation from neuron activations constructs mental holograms on neural membranes. Dreams confirm this model. The brain and mind was healed with unique exercises and mind models to expand thinking limits, amazingly