Hyper Mania Revealed


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By Sushi I Toy


ISBN: 978-1-904697-82-4
Published: 2005
Pages: 100
Key Themes: hyper-mania, empowerment, self-help, character traits, life benefits


This book gives a positive insight into hypermania, a condition which many of us suffer or enjoy but very few of us recognise. Until now! As much a self-help business management book as a book on mental health ‘Hyper Mania Revealed’ does exactly what it says on the tin – ie. it introduces and describes the characteristics of this wide-spread condition. The book gives factual and medical information about hyper mania and provides personal accounts of hyper-maniacs, thus enabling more people to understand this condition. This book stresses the beneficial characteristics of a being hyper manic and describes how this can actually improve some aspects of your life. Extremely informative and original, this is a must read for anybody looking for reasoning behind the way they behave.

About the Author

Sushi I Toy is a progressive thinker living near London. Sushi has recognised that he has suffered from hyper mania from the age of 13. He is an enigmatic man who does not need the limelight. A regular traveller across Europe, Sushi holds some very important directorships in the SME market. He loves work and is often found on the phone (his mobile company love him!). He likes to think and ponder, he, however hates fools. His path in life is direct, he knows what he has to do.

Sushi I Toy is currently working with three hyper maniacs, he’ however still has time for his family and loved ones. Sushi is currently working on his second book entitled ‘Hyper Mania Explained’. Read ‘Hyper Mania Revealed’ – you could be just like him!

Book Extract

The dictionary describes hyper mania as excessive enthusiasm (inward) while hypo maniac is expressed in a more outward way (in-your-face).

A medical professional would describe it as a state of mind characterised by excessive cheerfulness and increased activity.

I would just say it’s a rollercoaster.

My thanks to John D Gartner and his book, The Hypo manic edge, ISBN 0743243447. Helping give me the two extremes, both of which I have suffered.

This book helped me define the divide between hypo maniac and a hyper maniac.

They are similar.

The biggest single effect is that they are not afraid of death.

Conversion; the dreams are a theme to the maniac. While often dreams are forgotten within 10 minutes of waking the maniac can remember more dreams. The hyper will have dreams of power while the hypo will have dreams of doing. Some of these dreams might not come true for 10 years. Just like déjà-vus.

Hypomania and hypermania are mild forms of mania, the hypomaniac being full of drive, confidence and great plans, while the hypermaniacs think in logical patterns. They know where they have to go and get there in baby steps.

This is not a condition you could be locked up for. There is no medication for it, while being similar is not the same as being Bi Polar.

Hypo: the charismatic leader
Hyper: behind that leader

Hypos talk fast, think fast and act fast.
Hyper, talk slow (do you get it?), think fast and act according to demands.

Bi polar and maniacs can reach denial, this is key as this often acts as an away for them to overcome the obstacle.

Both hide pain although this is more visible in hypomaniacs as they are in the lime light.

Both know good ideas when they see one, hypers and hypos are not exclusive, you can progress between them, often a progression from hypo to hyper is normal.


Hypos are self centred, me, me, me. Hypo maniacs think big, create the dots and then someone else has to join them.

Often found playing around with the opposite sex, very high sex drive. They live life in the fast lane.


Hypers are sure of their direction and get there by baby steps. They consider their close contacts and might even make a detour, to help someone they trust.

The hypers will undermine by quoting facts, which are the key defence and act like mud (slowing down) because the opposition will not expect it. They will then talk to each advisor to win them over, rather than a frontal assault on a group.

The standard response is to move faster, get aggressive, pile on the energy: a frontal assault on the apposing force.

Hypers created A) and B), then race there. However it’s a one horse race: them.

They are found in very safe relationships, stable environments with stable family life. They tend to look after others more.

However they are still a coiled spring.

While not being a doctor myself, seeing a medical view of hypo maniac and being a hyper maniac myself, this book confirms what I had known for over 20 years. There are still few people who understand either. Both inside and outside of the medical profession.

These people are focused to learn and over act, if they do not know the subject this time, they will next time. Just watch out, do they use disinformation, divide and conquer or something equally nasty.

They do have NLP built in, within most people it’s an optional extra. Or some do not use it at all.

Eye contact is treated differently; one will stare until you submit, the other will use it where they need to.

They come in two flavours, in-your-face and stealth. Watch out for the stealth ones as they are really special and in control.

Ask yourself these questions:

1. if someone is in your way, will you knock them over?
2. are you the life and soul of the party?
3. do you need less than 6 hours sleep?

In-your-face (Hypo maniac)

They will invade your personal space and sit eyeball to eyeball in front of you until you submit. They are very good at negotiation and discussion, their fast reflexes enable them to process data quicker (they do have extra high IQ and even more cunningly emotional intelligence).

On the phone you have to say yes, because they force you to do so. This is similar to people with other medical conditions like aspergers, however these are the sharpest of the bunch. Sure they have their down days but even they are hard for the average person.

They have a lower amount of planning due to the pressure that they put on people. However this is how they get things done hey see the higher level.

Most have inbuilt desire to share information (unlike the stealth), they have high trust and at times can resort to physical violence or outbursts.

They are the people you can see, they are in-your-face until you submit.

This type of hyper maniac often creates the environment at atmosphere, more often as tension, discussed later.

3 reviews for Hyper Mania Revealed

  1. Stuart Fletcher (verified owner)

    This book gives you a novel insight into hyper mania. It enables you to understand the condition more clearly and shows that it can actually be used to one’s advantage. This book shows how people should learn to accept themselves for who they are. It shows that dealing with mental health issues does not always have to be a negative thing. In some ways it can help you, e.g. in business, relationships, intellectually and emotionally. A groundbreaking book that will inspire a generation to be open about their experiences.

  2. Alessia Thomas (verified owner)

    Not many people understand either hypermania or hypomania, both inside and outside of the medical profession. Unlike bipolar disorder, they are not proven medical conditions. Hypomania and hypermania are mild forms of mania, the hypomaniac being full of drive, confidence and great plans, while the hypermaniacs are quiet, always thinking and planning. They know where they have to go and get there in baby steps.
    This book helps come to terms with hyper mania, and it also talks about physical and mental health, how you can control your body without external drugs through NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming). We are all a little mad, but there is no need for drugs. All you need is a positive mental attitude and strong will power. Don’t fear mania, embrace it. It is such a great high without drugs.

  3. Karen La Borde (verified owner)

    In this first part of the trilogy, Hyper Mania Revealed, Tui Hoy Sis explores the incredibly intriguing type of mental deviation, hypomania, a mild form of manic behaviour. He presents us with the traditional characteristics of “hypomania”. Then, using his life story, he introduces a beneficial modification to this disorder, called “hyper mania”, which he defines himself as. He skillfully compares both types, to demonstrate that the hypomaniac could incorporate the successful strategies of the hyper maniac to capitalise on his positive, manic, traits.
    He juxtaposes the behavioural patterns of both, using areas such as family life, work life, and business. Both types are similarly obsessive, fearless, highly intelligent, goal oriented people, with revolutionary ideas, who have no patience for mediocrity of thought. The difference between the two types is the route taken to achieve goals. The hypomaniac is overly confident, a snap decision – maker and is concerned only with his creative ideas. He has no planning skills and cannot conceptualise failure. Unlike his counterpart, the hyper maniac uses logic, careful planning, control and stealth, to succeed. Tui Hoy Sis’s groundbreaking theory validates that manic traits can be harnessed and capitalised for success.

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