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 (edited for length). In this letter, Sanjana shares her experience in “awakening.”
Becca, thank you so much for your videos. If not for them, I would have spent years on this journey of awakening. Your emotional release work is really intense but accelerated! As you know, cannabis helps access different facets of the traumas so effortlessly. Over 5 years, I’ve watched a lot of YouTubers about spiritual awakenings but you are literally the only one in the spiritual community that uses this method – at least as far I know. I’m so lucky to have found you.
– Sanjana S.
The Buddha is famously quoted as saying: When the student is ready the teacher will appear.
Maybe that’s why you got me (with credit going to the YouTube algorithms god 😜).
All kidding aside, I do believe when a person is ready to commit to a serious path of awakening and, hence, emotional healing, the way becomes apparent. (In my teaching, emotional healing = awakening.)
In other words, one has to be committed to a path of awakening rather than have a passing interest, because it ain’t easy. Yes, the judicious use of cannabis and psilocybin microdosing are plant allies that can support us in this process, but regardless, we must do the work (and the integration that goes with it!). For permanent healing, we have to meet and feel the emotional pain in order to let it go. The way I teach emotional release is simple, straightforward and effective but you still have to “walk through the fire.”
P.S. Want the experience of working with your emotions to access higher states of consciousness for deep emotional healing? Join me for my monthly Advanced Techniques event! You can RSVP here for free.
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