When it comes to frequent coincidences, is it psychosis or synchronistic enlightenment?
Psychologist Chris Mackey can consciously create an inner amphetamine-like state using his own brain chemistry. He used this fantastic ability to increase synchronicities that helped him solve difficult problems. Was he psychotic? No. The proof? He got things done and could turn off the hypomanic state.
Chris's story illustrates the borderland between psychosis and practical synchronicities. On this week’s Connecting with Coincidence podcast, he helps us understand the difference between Psychosis and Synchronistic Enlightenment.
Meet Chris now on the Connecting with Coincidence podcast:
Chris Mackey is a clinical and counseling psychologist and Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society with 43 years of psychotherapy experience. He is the principal psychologist at Chris Mackey and Associates in Geelong and is a board member of The Coincidence Project.
Chris is the author of The Positive Psychology of Synchronicity: Enhance Your Mental Health with the Power of Coincidence. He was the production psychologist for the 2022 positive psychology documentary film, How to Thrive. He is co-presenter of the mental health podcast, Psych Spiels and Silver Linings. Chris received the Impact Achievement Award at the 2019 Australian Allied Health Awards.
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