An Uncommon Resource

About 1% of the population experiences bipolar disorder.

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  • Psychedelic Societies
    Although the 1960s are typically thought of as the era of the psychedelic revolution, psychedelics are at least as popular today as they were then. However, this psychedelic resurgence we are currently experiencing is distinctly different from the previous century’s countercultural movement. There are well over 100 psychedelic societies, meetups, and groups around the world. …

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  • Guided Psychedelic Experience
    Interested in taking psychedelics? We argue that psychedelic experiences, with the right set, setting, substance and intention, can be of significant therapeutic value. Psychedelics can facilitate an improved understanding of the self, of others, and the nature of reality. Such an experience does not replace therapy or any other self-development practices, but it can provide …

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  • What Are Psychedelics?
    Rick Strassman, an American clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, had this to say when asked ‘what are psychedelics:’ “Psychedelics show you what’s in and on your mind, those subconscious thoughts and feelings that are hidden, covered up, forgotten, out of sight, maybe even completely unexpected, but …

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  • Emerging Research: How Psychedelics May Help People With Bipolar Disorder
    Mystical visions and hallucinogenic experiences might be what comes to mind when you hear about popular psychedelics such as magic mushrooms containing psilocybin, LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), and the spiritual medicine ayahuasca and its active ingredient, DMT (N,N-dimethyltryptamine). While these substances can all cause intense trips, or psychological experiences, there is also surging interest in …

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  • Support Groups
    Bipolar Disorder and other serious brain diseases are an extreme challenge not only for the person afflicted, but for the entire family. It helps a great deal to be able to talk with other people who have, or are, going though the same things that you are – to share tips and local resources in …

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About Us

Pendulum.org:

One of the oldest bipolar resources sites on the internet, Pendulum.org was first registered in November 1996, and has been helping people learn to live with this disorder ever since.

The Team:

We’ve been living with and helping loved ones live with Bipolar Disorder all our lives, and wanted to make a resource to share our knowledge with others.

Thank you for visiting and we hope you liked what we’ve built.

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