Jeffrey R. Fidel, MD refuses to live his life medicated for Bipolar I disorder. In near complete solitude, he endured nearly a full year of intense mental anguish. Utilizing mainly the ancient teachings of Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching, he learned how to connect to a voice originating from his heart. The “voice within” teaches him that our true identity is “beyond thought” and that we, and the universe, are I (One).
Lynette intersperses todays guest interview with a story about a client she treated with bipolar. Her experience, and Dr Fidel’s experience shine light on the concept that bipolar can be helped but to a large degree you have to help yourself.
This is a compelling episode with a real story that needs to be heard. Help yourself and listen.
The Brain Broad shares some Brain Wave Based Neurofeedback advice that is centered more around the caution of how NOT to use biofeedback. Neurofeedback is NOT meant to be the antidote to your environmental poison. It is meant to teach the brain to balance itself into one congruent state not simply balance your brain so you can go out and set it spinning again.
Todays ‘Brain Broad, Google Gods’ Search Engine Brain Lesson choose the trajectory of healing by asking healing questions like ‘How do I live in joy?’ NOT by asking ‘stop the pain’ questions.
Today’s question “Are we one?”
Today’s answer: “Absolutely, but we are also many!”