Extinction

Minimum Energy / Minimum Enthusiasm and It Feels Like a Global Extinction Event

I’ve just come out of an hour or so of Mood at 1,1…. From which I am reminded that when we do not have energy to stand or even energy enough to turn over in bed then, as what the world describes as a bipolar personality, enthusiasm for life can go missing.

It is one thing to choose to be in a lower energy state and rest calmly… very different when that energy is all gone at 3pm and one can no longer stand or move.

I am hearing that it is happening to more people more often, with some of the highest energy people… here I was going to say, on their knees… it is way lower than that though… nutrition and out of date ways of thinking will be part of the cause, yet… I sense the world we live in has changed and is changing more rapidly than any time since an asteroid wiped out a lot of dinosaurs.

There may be questions of without and within yet maybe this will all need to be in the context of how we either react or respond to a global extinction event.

Right now, most in the UK are still well-buffered but our security blankets may soon be ripped away.

R

About Roger Smith (in the UK)
Helping you to think about bipolar disorder in different ways so that we can eliminate the disorder and eventually eliminate the need for this diagnosis.

2 Responses to Extinction

  1. John P says:

    Hi Roger,
    I don’t know about ‘extinction event’, how about: ‘extermination event’?
    As to ‘no energy’, as you know, I suffer with that too and am inclined to think that it’s just down to our age. There is of course the need to feel a ‘sense of purpose’ in life and to feel that what we are doing is worthwhile and making forward progress, not merely standing still or worse: going backwards.

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  2. I think its a culling event if anything. There are external factors affecting moods and energy levels but it is possible to overcome them.

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