We learn how to communicate and create relationships when we’re kids – usually based on how other family members treated us. And if we never learned how to communicate to create closeness and intimacy then our strong desire for that can go unfulfilled.
If you're not aware, Kundalini is a form of very active meditation. It plays a key role in my emotional healing work – as does cannabis.
This is exciting and intriguing! New research reports that cannabis appears to increase the effects of psychedelic trips relating to mystical-type experiences, ego-dissolution and visual alterations.
Currently a U.S. military vet who is in chronic pain, or is emotionally broken (often with post-traumatic stress disorder), or is dealing with other serious medical issues, is not allowed through the Veterans Health Administration to have access to medical cannabis.
You may or may not be in a position right now to hire others. If you aren't currently, there may come a time – whether you need to hire a web developer, or on a more personal level, a housekeeper or a handyman.
Every day I slip a "vest" harness on my little dog, Sawyer. He looks forward to it because it means he's going for his walk – and like most dogs, he loves his walks! But early on, as an abused rescue who was kept in a cage, Sawyer didn't have the slightest idea of what I was doing.
"When my anxiety ramps up, so does my eczema," one client told me. Skin eruptions, like psoriasis and eczema, are often a common complaint among folks who come to me for emotional release work.
More and more of my students are choosing to microdose psilocybin as a companion to our emotional release work – as it's often believed to make the process more efficient. I tend to agree and that's why, in addition to cannabis, microdosing psilocybin is an optional part of my program.
Elaine needed to talk to her partner about a touchy issue that kept coming up in their relationship. She was scared to have the conversation. In the past, she'd just shut-up and suck it up – or be very wishy-washy in how she conveyed the information.
Anthropologist Jeremy Narby lived with indigenous Indians of the Amazonian rainforest and studied the ways of ayahuasca shamans and their relationship with the ayahuasca "plant teacher."