I'm currently reading a children's book about the Buddha. I haven't encountered any miracles thus far, which makes the story more authentic than the New Testament. Of course, Buddha's enlightenment can be interpreted as mania by the scientifically inclined.
Well, I have been manic several times in the past, and it comes with a blissful feeling and an ability to think clearly. Also, meditation is known to increase dopamine levels in the brain and mania involves a flood of dopamine. Thus I reasoned...@Skynet, I don't see how a state of perfect peace could be interpreted as mania, I've seen my ex-girlfriend when she's manic and she doesn't seem very peaceful, mind you I have had a minor insight into how joy and pain are the same thing, both are tainted by the three marks of existence.
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