MAKE SURE YOU'RE IN CONTROL OF YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS by Cathy D. Slaght
We're in the age of information. The problem - there can be some untruths mixed in with the information. Maybe that's why some study but come to the wrong conclusions.
So, with all this in in mind- here's a little of what I've studied regarding the intoxication culture related to HEMP.
First, using Hemp for intoxication started in the Arabic world.
Apparently it was EATEN, in the form of hashish, or sometimes inhaled - but not SMOKED.
It was an integral part of life, consumed openly, and known as the Bush of Understanding. Many believed it opened a portal to ALLAH. AND the Koran approved. It was ALCOHOL that was forbidden.
This soon became popular in Africa, Asia, and somewhat so in Europe, although alcohol was the drug of choice.
(Apparently the Hebrews didn't get into all this. However, they consumed alcohol. Noah got drunk after he got off the ARK- and, according to the story, that didn't turn out well.)
Anyway, back to cannabis- only when tobacco came to Europe and was smoked did people begin to smoke hashish.
However, wherever Cannabis was used for non-medical purposes it got a bad reputation. This is interesting because it does not seem to cause murder or violence, while alcohol does.
But it DOES alter the chakras. To be specific, it blows them wide open.
If you get creative- write, play a musical instrument, sing - spend time in nature- do yoga- pray-meditate-with chakras open- this may not be a problem.
But, if you surround yourself with ANYTHING lower vibratory- while your chakras are wide open - you embed your mind with non-beneficial energy.
If you choose to imbibe, here's some examples of what to avoid in this modern era -
Cell phones are at the top of the list. The hand is one of the major chakra points. You're just sucking in all that energy (you can't imagine the energy/radiation coming off a cell phone)
Then there's TV- movies- video games- electronic music- stay away. (if you want music, get yourself an instrument!) Otherwise, the frequency you receive can create a lower vibratory reference point, and you begin to create what you DO NOT consciously desire.
You don't want your chakras expanded during or after an argument, either. Yes, it may dull conscious feelings but on a subconscious level they're intensified.
Stay away from noisy places, also heavy workouts. (this puts the body under stress and that's not good when the chakras are open.)
Finally, be careful of meeting with strangers. With wide open chakras you don't know where their energy could take you.
Unfortunately, all these things are pretty much what people DO while under the influence of this chakra altering drug...and why there can be some adverse outcomes.
It might be a better idea to imbibe some knowledge.
Today's scan- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght