Tea With the Mad Hatter “Welcome To Wonderland”
“A Journey through the Mind of one who Knows the Wonders of the Mind”
As Alice sat down with a strange individual who gave her insight into a strange place she found herself in, so does our author. An artist/shaman imposes his psychology on a changing world which seems to be heading his direction. What Machiavelli was to courtesan, Dwight Bonair is to Madness.
A descendant from generations of spiritual tribal elders, going back to slavery times in Trinidad, Barbados and other parts of the West Indies.
Similar to sigmuid Freud (title) give and in-depth analysis of the journey of mind of a ma into what he calls madness
I learned my illness could be seen more as a gift than a curse, once I got it under control as for the shaman is known as the wounded healer. One becomes a shaman by overcoming a journey through the lower world, and by helping yourself and others on their journey. To be a shaman is to be your own elder, your own healer; which allows you to help others. I define the illness of my journey madness, to really help myself through it, and allow me to see the world in a whole new light.
With the up rise of unexplainable psychological behaviors, that has affected people from every aspect of life; from the rich to the poor. Dwight Bonair has wrote a how to book Similar to Machiavelli “The Prince” on how he cope and overcame his ordeal with the madness. The complete book, is a series of essays that redefines madness and makes you look at sanity completely differently. There is a humor to the book that is similar to Alice in wonderland with a very up lifting approach.
He depicts all our social issues such as racism, slavery and self-hate as illnesses and demons which he conquers by clarifying, accepting and coming to peace with them. He gives a reason and purpose of their existence and how we have benefited from them, which seems to shed a new light on the issue. You don’t feel like you are reading a lecture, but more of a comedic stand-up routine similar to Seinfeld or David Chappelle. As you go from one essay to the next, they seem to all connect and end off with a peaceful but amazing finally.
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