June 1

Creative Minds mimic schizophrenia?

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This link is quite interesting. It makes me wonder what buffers we have in our brain to help those hyper-creative types from becoming schizophrenic. And where do you draw the line?


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10 Responses to “Creative Minds mimic schizophrenia?”

  1. Waldo Tiefenauer on July 29th, 2010 at 2:06 pm

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  2. Tripopedia on August 13th, 2010 at 8:18 am

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  3. cantubury-kent norton on September 24th, 2010 at 10:10 am

    Mitakuye Oyasin!!! We are all related!! Cherokees:my lifelong teachers and mentors that have guided me throught the lybrynth of many worlds for infinate lifetimes. A lot of the problem with brain malfunction is an oversupply of Dopamine, a chemical produced for the brain by the brain. In schizophrenia, it is alleged there is an oversupply, Parkinsons Disease, for example there is too little. It is a tightrope walk to keep the brain-body balanced in order to fufill our service role to the multiverse. Thoughts become flesh. I prefer not to label for as the philosopher, Kieeragard wrote, “when you label me, you negate me” me, you, them, are all us in the end anyway. Creativity is making the strange familiar and the familiar strange; thus we create a new reality and morph into a hyperhuman capable of god-like feats, like healing and universal love.

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