I have bipolar disorder and so my head is full of many wonderful things at all times and so is my life, including other mental disorders that go along with my bipolar disorder. With the bipolar disorder I cycle through bouts of mania and major depression and my creativity flows in waves along with these cycles as well.
I have had disordered eating since I was a teenager and a full-blown eating disorder since the age of 18. Later in life, I developed anxiety disorder. I’ve always been exceptionally smart, so even though I can tell you I have some wisdom, I cannot attest to my common sense, so I’ll leave that be.
I also am two years sober from alcohol addiction. I’m less sober than that from prescription drug addiction via suicide attempts, but we can get into that in later posts. The point is that many bipolar people face challenges with alcohol and drug addictions. Now that you have met the THINGS that my Muses embody in my life, click below on the seven individuals titled The Muses to meet Muse individually.
Also below are my Shamanic Allies who live in the Otherworldly realms to which I journey and seek guidance from them regularly. They have all given me permission to share their information with you through my writing.
Teacher in all things
Uriel is often depicted in modern angelology carrying a book or a papyrus scroll. He is a patron of the arts. Uriel’s name means “Fire of God,” “Light of God,” or “God is Light.” He carries the supreme knowledge of all that is and is therefore known as the Angel of Wisdom. Uriel teaches me all things, using his supreme wisdom to share with me his boundless knowledge.
Encouragement, accepting and expressing my individuality, overcoming challenges, freedom
I see Zara mainly as part of group get togethers, like Council meetings (when all of my Allies are present) or other events where more than one of my Allies is in attendance. Zebras come from the continent of Africa and, with their stunning appearance, represent, for the people there, freedom, intense individuality and overcoming life’s challenges.