There's ongoing buzz these days about psychedelic substances and their promise of setting society straight. Some are calling it the "Psychedelics Revolution" in that these substances are emerging as solutions to the raging mental health crisis that the U.S. is experiencing.
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.
In most people's minds there are essentially two different categories of how to consume cannabis… recreational (or "adult use") and medical.
All of us have experienced stuff in our lives that have limited us in some way or another. When it limits our ability to be our authentic self, we call it trauma.
Wonder if I told you that whenever you feel crappy, you could do something that would make you feel better and do it in about 11 minutes?
What does “cannabis-assisted” emotions therapy look like without the cannabis? Recently, I got that very question. It wouldn’t be the first. In this case, a woman who’s interested in my cannabis-assisted Emotional Expansion series connected with me.
As it's said, two is better than one. And when it comes to recovering from difficult emotions, the powerhouse of active meditation and the powerhouse of thoughtful cannabis creates an energetic healing matrix pare excellence.
If you love and or value cannabis, it's probably because of how it makes you feel. And there's a wide scope of what that can be... it may heighten your creativity, enhance your focus, take your physical pain away, and, for my emotions work, help release emotional pain.
You're going along and you do something that you think makes you look idiotic or dumb or unprofessional. You're embarrassed because this thing has happened … and usually your "inner critic" tells you how idiotic or dumb or unprofessional you looked.
I moved to Florida from Colorado last year, where I had the benefit of spending about 5 years in Denver. While I was there – it became crystal clear how much everybody else in most of the country has to forage for their cannabis.