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Pot, Marijuana, Grass, Weed, Ayahuasca, Other Drugs — Top 10 Articles

Pot, marijuana, grass, weed... ayahuasca -- energetic literacy sheds light in these Top 10 posts

Pot, marijuana, grass, weed… ayahuasca — energetic literacy sheds light with these Top 10 posts

This Top 10 article helps you to understand the ugly consequences of using substances for recreational or spiritual purposes. Whether the drug of choice is ayahuasca or pot (a.k.a. marijuana, grass, weed, cannabis).

After the high wears off, what do drugs like pot really do to a person? And how can Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES) help you graduate from smoking pot, etc.

If you’re interested in support to supplement the services of a recovery specialist or a 12-step program, yes, RES may be able to support your lifestyle: clean & sober & thriving & having a much better life than before.

Ayahuasca & Chelsea Handler, Aura Reading. A Guest Post by SAM

Your aura is designed to shine like the sun. After the high, drugs like Ayahuasca depost STUFF, like clouds that block the light.

Your aura is designed to shine like the sun. After the high, drugs like Ayahuasca deposit STUFF, like clouds that block the light.

Are you’re curious about what Ayahuasca really does to a person? Aura reading tells you the real deal.  For instance, about the impact of Chelsea Handler.

Many of you have been curious, so we’ve done a whole series of blog posts about it. See them listed at the end of today’s article.

As a smart consumer, how can you balance the claims for the much-hyped wonders of Ayahuasca… against what the drug really, really does?

Use your skills for energetic literacy, of course. And that’s just what Blog-Buddy SAM has done for us today.

Pitiful! Aura Research on Ronin Niwe, Ayahuasca Salesman

"You will know them by their fruits." Well, the fruits of Ayahuasca are definitely not like as luscious as the hype.

“You will know them by their fruits.” Well, the fruits of Ayahuasca are definitely not as luscious as the hype.

What a delicious contrast! Amazing, really.

Your busy blogger Rose has been putting together the handouts and worksheets for this weekend’s first-ever Workshop for the The New Strong. Inspiring ways to help everybody adapt faster and better than ever… to living in the Age of Awakening.

But it’s a challenging time to live on earth, with our new vibrational freedom. You know, Blog-Buddies. You’re energy sensitive. Everybody is — or easily could become — energy sensitive.

The trick is to use it in productive ways, so that you can accelerate your personal path to Enlightenment. Or, if you’d rather think of it in psychological terms, hasten your progress at self-actualization.

The Differently Disturbing Aura of another Ayahuasca Shaman, Metsa Niwue

Once again, Ayahuaca moves glorious human consciousness into the mud of low-level astral experience

Once again, Ayahuaca moves glorious human consciousness into the mud of low-level astral experience

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!

Ayahuasca Alert. How Guillermo Arévalo's Aura Is Almost Unbelievably Ugly

Underneath the lush of an Ayahuasca high, consciousness turns spiritually barren

Underneath the lush promises of an Ayahuasca high, consciousness turns spiritually barren

Thanks to all you Blog-Buddies who have supplied background on Ayahuasca, the fad drug that supposedly gives people a powerful spiritual awakening.

Supposedly, you can get clear awareness of God — or a cooler equivalent — without paying any price whatsoever — beyond the cost of drug tourism. Can we humans really obtain anything of value without paying the price?

If you go to What Does Ayahuasca Do for Spiritual Development? Welcome to a New Kind of Group Contest, you’ll find a series of comments for a quick introduction to the latest seeker’s wonder drug.

Encouraged by you Blog-Buddies, today I’m starting a new series of consumer articles on Ayahuasca: Some written by me, with guest posts a-coming from other members of this informal online community who have, also, developed solid skills of everyday energetic literacy.

What Does Ayahuasca Do for Spiritual Development? Welcome to a New Kind of Group Contest.

Curious about ayahuasca? Could this pop you into Enlightenment?

Curious about ayahuasca? Could this pop you into Enlightenment?

Lately many of you Blog-Buddies have been writing here about ayahuasca, a wonder-drug of choice these days for spiritual seekers.

Because you know about energetic literacy, many of you find this troubling. There’s a very big gap between experiences of spiritual awakening versus the stabilized state of consciousness known as “Enlightenment.”

Your concern has surfaced in comments like this one, #48, by IRENE at In The Age of Awakening, Spiritual Shutdown Can’t Quite Keep Energy Awareness Away. A Guest Post by IRENE:

“There just isn’t even an indication out there that there could be big negative spiritual consequences to drug use, which does make it difficult to make an informed choice about it.”