Blog-Buddies, with pot in the news these days, “All Things Considered” did a segment on “What if Marijuana Were Legal?” Aura Reading of the damage that pot can do was fresh in my mind from a recent blog post. When I heard the segment yesterday, I commented for the first time ever as a listener. Today my comment aired on the show. Listen in at this Aura Reading Anti-Pot link.
Incidentally, I found the link to be a little glitchy, so don’t be discouraged if it takes a while for the “Listen Now” link to load.
My original email to National Public Radio goes as follows:
Commenting on “If Marijuana Were Legal”
I read auras professionally –maybe considered as weird socially as smoking pot but really quite different. From my perspective, pot is very, very dangerous. It’s a slow poison that has very specific consequences for all long-term users as well as very individual (and heart-breaking) consequences for each user.
Recently I did a blog post about this, going into detail about problems caused specifically by the use of pot. (You’re invited to google my blog, Rose Rosetree, and check this out, along with my credentials in this field.
Not only is marijuana dangerous. Its dangers are arguably worse than those of cigarettes, tea, coffee, even alcohol.
So all the praise of pot in this story is very understandable. Understandable but ill informed. Until all NPR listeners can read auras — invaluable for all holistic forms of healing as well as many other practical uses, with all respect, non-aura readers will perceive only the surface problems with marijuana and other “recreational drugs.”
Personally, I consider this controversy yet one more reason to wish that everyone would learn how to use their in-built talent to read auras. With aura reading, the clear and progressive hazards of marijuana are so obvious, I’m confident they would change any open mind that now is in favor of legalization.