Still curious about what Ayahuasca really does? Me too.
Let’s continue this series about the dangers of Ayahuasca, offered with all due respect to the well-meaning spiritual seekers who have been considering drug tourism to gain the so-touted benefits a drug-induced high.
Here’s another side of the story, the energetic side — researched with the precision of Stage Three Energetic Literacy.
Sure, let drug advocates with undeveloped energetic literacy bend over backwards to provide “medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.”
People are the guinea pigs in this shockingly irresponsible experiment. Talk about contexts? The ultimate context is what a drug does to a person’s consciousness, and how a person will live as a result… long after the Ayahuasca high fades.
For that kind of context, no research tool on earth works better than energetic literacy, which is way more than being “energy sensitive.”
Today we’ll research a Frenchman turned Ayahuasca advocate… to find very different ways that the drug impacts him. Draw your own conclusions about what the first and second Ayahuasca tour guides share in common!