“… erratic emotions victimized us often… we had to drop the word “blame” from our speech and thought.” – Daily Reflections
The medical profession defines Bipolar as a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy and activity levels. Well, I guess we are all bipolar to some extent. Escaping from erratic emotions is as impossible as never blaming others or ourselves for anything anymore. By nature we are emotional — sometimes mildly, other times extremely. Many doctors treat this with medication rather than meditation, which, in extreme cases where our behavior is destructive, irreversible, and/or a physical danger to ourselves and others, may be necessary. However, for people like me, a much better solution is consistently and diligently working a daily set of actions which promotes emotional and spiritual balance in my life. When the daily deal ceases to become option, but rather becomes a regular part of my daily living, my ups and downs are less extreme, last for shorter durations, and ILML!