Mari Juana (Just for fun) We're all "COVID-19 weary" these days and so I figured I'd share with you some rare gems that have been in my YouTube vault. A few years ago when I was producing pilots for a TV show called Marijuana Straight Talk, we made some
Hi Becca, I came across your website while looking for information and experiences from people who have had profound emotional and emotional integration experiences while on cannabis. Yesterday I took a few drops of THC/CBD balanced cannabis oil (I have a medical marijuana license in Ontario) and suddenly I could hear all my thoughts and
"Hey Becca … what’s the best way I can use Cannabis to make it similar to a ayahuasca ceremony? Can I use the Cannabis and make a similar setting as if it was a ceremony by myself at home?" – Steven V. Dear Steven, You don’t say what country you’re in or where you've
I’ve been looking for an answer to why lately when I get high (sativa) I tend to just want to cry all the time … just all these thoughts and usually about things I feel I’m lacking in or missing. It made me stop smoking because I would be around people and need to cry!
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
No! Please Don’t Make Me Breathe! Breathing was something I didn’t really want to do for most of my life. Not that I didn’t want to breath to stay alive but it was the breathing that meditation and yoga teachers nudged me to do … focusing on the air going in-and-out of my lungs -
Becca,I was pleased to find your website marrying cannabis and spirituality. In the last several weeks, I have had what I call a major spiritual opening on the order of one I had 30 years ago. I associate it with Kundalini energy arising in my energy body. As this progresses, I find the cannabis dosage
I went to a fascinating event where the theme was how psychedelic medicines will shape the society of the future. There was lots of discussion about cannabis – particularly using it with intention for safe and sacred healing journey experiences. In fact, this approach to employing cannabis as a spirit plant has been referred to as cannabis' Third Frontier.
This capacity to support us in our Inner work is one of the many things I love about the plant's gifts and why I offer cannabis plant medicine in my elevation ceremonies and healing sessions. In conducive settings, the plant helps us reveal our shadow side by prying back the mental metal curtain of our armored self.
I refer to my Cannanaut® 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. Technically, in the scientific realm, it’s called the “psycho-spiritual” use of the plant although I don’t particularly