I often get letters from folks sharing their experiences… I call them "Field Reports." And these field reports offer spectacular insights and musings that answer questions that many others have on their mind. So I'm sharing one with you today.
I stumbled this evening upon your website. I fit closely with the not-yet-acknowledged diagnosis of C-PTSD (Complex post-traumatic stress disorder). At 50-years of age, it’s hard to believe that this goes on. But sadly, I am certain that I am one of only millions. It’s become quite clear that while I was looking at Ayahuasca,
I smoked marijuana consistently with my friends during my junior and senior year and it gave me anxiety and depression from emotions that were overwhelming. After I graduated this year I told myself "Ok, are you just going to let these emotions continue to fuck you up mentally or are you going to face them
Cannabis is an emotional healer for me! Suddenly when I smoke I start to cry thinking about the past. And I get certain feelings when I smoke that come to the surface – feelings I have been suppressed now come free and get released. Also it’s healed my whole body too. My bones or ears
I’ve been smoking for a few months off and on and it does nothing but make me sad and guilty for things that have nothing to do with me. I’ll start feeling someone else’s sadness and so on. The thing is I’m already an empathetic person so it couldn’t possibly be “teaching” me. I don’t
I refer to my Emotional Liberation® work as the “third wave” of cannabis. That is combining cannabis plant medicine with exploring our deeper consciousness, often referred to as “cannabis and spirituality” … a handy but not entirely accurate reference.
I use cannabis medicinally and religiously almost. I mean I hold it as sacred and healing. I started out smoking about a year ago. It calmed my anxiety to a manageable point and relief from nerve pain has got me out of the house and on many walks and better diet. I've lost a lot
When I get flashbacks I used to hit my head out of frustration and cut myself with any near by sharp objects. But now I use marijuana as a reward system for my brain. That if I can remain calm and not hurt myself I can smoke at the end of the day. It works
From someone who used MJ for 10 years to heal CPTSD [Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder] I can honestly say that cannabis couldn’t heal me. Only God heals. I am making-up for numbing myself that long and only by God’s grace am I able to process the emotional flashbacks I suppressed so long with drugs.
You know ma'am, I've suffered from depression for over 7 years. I have had suicidal thoughts all the time. I mean, I haven't had a bad life per se but I'm an empath and I've had a life experience that has made me kind of a misfit, maladjusted, unsociable young man. I'm weird in many