Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Monday, August 22, 2011

A Bullet Dodged worth two in the chest?

No migraine yet. It's remarkable. That little serotonin in my brain is usually a pretty good signal.

Somewhat self importantly I put it down to my Heidegger reading binge. There is a very nice link between what he says and Buddhism, truly. Herbert Guenther was correct!

See my previous, but I think it was a good move to see the depression as a message from the future. A sort of stepped down call of conscience.

Call it the consolation of philosophy, but today my head feels as clear as Puerto Maldonado after a thunderstorm.

1 comment:

asphodelia said...

I'm glad to know that you're feeling better.
Lately, I keep reading the words depression, migraine and Buddhism in the same sentence. Some kind of message from the Universe maybe? Thinking of The Pale King by David Foster Wallace (mindfulness, depression, I'm pretty sure there's a migraine in there somewhere? Or not...?)

Regular migraine sufferer here and going through very depressive period although so far managed to steer away from the meds. Finding that meditation of some sort seems to help although shutting down the monkey mind isn't easy.

On the plus side, some migraines I get are really trippy.