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Bipolar Unity:

Vincent Van Gogh is my bipolar role model. Except for the suicide part. I just like what Vince did with his visuals. At the Van Gogh exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art I had a spiritual experience standing in front of his wheatfields painting. I bought the tickets months in advance. I was separated from my wife and her ticket went unused. I used to be addicted to girlfriends, women. My wife. Being married was great but being single is even better. I feel like I was having some kind of a Van Gogh breakdown from reality a few years ago but I am all better now. I just needed to find God. So I sold my former marital residence, paid off my wife and lived in my RV in Malibu for a few years with my dog Dharma. I found unity and healing with the world.

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Nicotine gum and coffee from freshly ground beans are very good for blogging productivity. The reason I am writing this article is because bipolar artist Vincent Van Gogh is so popular on the Internet these days. I am drinking coffee, chewing nicotine gum and attracting your attention to meditation as an emotional healing practice. Meditation and prayer would have helped Vincent. I think I remember that Van Gogh went to seminary school was studying to be a preacher? I’m too lazy to look it up, I just want to hammer out a few hundred words on using prayer and meditation as a healing modality for emotional illness.


Sometimes creativity can open the door to a totally new way of being. That’s what happened to me. My life is creative because I do not know how not to be creative. I cannot follow trends. I shave everyday now because I am tired of beards. I used to always have a beard. I especially had a beard when beards were not in fashion. I had a goatee in 1982 when it was very uncool to have a Wolfman Jack Goatee. When I ran into Althea Reissman at the CSUN library she derisively told me I looked like Wolfman Jack. Now I shave my entire head and body except for my eyebrows and arms.

UNITY: I have always been on the outside looking in and I am quite comfortable there. There unity consciousness with van goghwas not much unity among my tribe growing up. Thea and I went off to school, however most of my high school friends remained in stasis. I reach out to them now in the spirit of unity. Are you surprised to see me alive? Because I am surprised to be here.

We are in unity whether you realize it or not. Right here right now with Vincent Van Gogh. I am creating a contextualization by producing this text to go with these animations of his paintings. From now on when people search for animated Vincent Van Gogh gifs they will find this web page. 

Vincent Willem van Gogh:  (30 March 1853 – 29 July 1890) was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter who is among the most famous and influential figures in the history of Western art. In just over a decade he created approximately 2100 artworks, including around 860 oil paintings, most of them in the last two years of his life.

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These latter works include landscapes, still lifes, portraits and self-portraits, and are characterised by bold, symbolic colours and dramatic, impulsive, highly expressive paintwork that became a major influence on the development of modern art. He sold only one painting during his lifetime and was largely unnoticed by critics until his suicide, aged 37, which followed years of poverty and mental illness.

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