Bipolar Blend

3 03 2010

“I am here for a mighty purpose.  I remember the broader view as I take care of details.”  Alan Cohen, A Daily Dose of Sanity, March 2.

“Big picture small, betwixt the two shall meet, a walker of light dark journey, I travel to in with the Sun, I seep in the stillness of dArk.  I dance in the midst of big small connection unity, ahh the joy of bipolar blend.” George Denslow, Mar 2.

How do I capture this moment of joy?  This moment of sheer ecstasy when I feel like the joy of showing bipolar journey as GOOD, is so close.  I got goose bumps when I read today’s journey-Lesson.  I guess today’s lesson is the journey of my life, illustrating the awesomeness of the bipolar opportunity.  There is always a big picture; there is always a small picture.  Being bipolar, learning to clear my energy, honor my rhythm, and living my vision, has led to exquisite moments when I see walk around in comprehend blend dance immerse in the big/small picture.  Sometimes words flow, sometimes words would detract.  Some times the doors out of the “normal” agreed upon “reality” open and I see big small past, and potential big small future.  I can see big small in the eyes of souls all around me.   This immensity, this joy, this grandeur I have discovered scares the **** out of people who fear the immensity and power of possibility.  When bipolar blends into these moments when all assumption is cast aside for the moment, I’m higher, and lower, and inside.  These moments are what bipolar people have been painting, writing, creating, dancing, talking, and meditating all these years.  The sheer utter joy and ecstasy of open mindedness, there are highs, there are lows, and there are these times of all three blended.  Such a beautiful gift, thank you God.

Alan’s lessons, have led me to this experience and this point in my life, when I get to play in these moments more and more often.  When all is truly well, when I can see, move, act, and listen.  Big picture yes.  Big picture is what I ground in when I am high, so that when I’m low I can hang on to the rope attached to BIG me, and pull through the darkness while lost in smallness.  Smallness I use when big is overwhelming and out of control.

Bipolar perspective and experience is not all negative by any means.  It can be a joy, an immersion, and intense depth of human insight into life, our lives, and connection with loved ones beyond our wildest imagination.

Thanks for letting me play with expressing a joy in the bipolar journey,

George


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