Cocaine Cord Gone, Yeah! In today’s guest post, Joe gives us a beautiful follow-up to the last post about recovery from cocaine.
Now that months have elapsed, which benefits have Joe noticed? Big thanks, Joe. 🙂
How sexy is it to be a pothead? Let’s continue to explore with Part Two, completing this series. Today’s recording continues the aura reading research I did with client DAISY, exploring the long-term consequences of smoking pot.
One marriage. One man’s personal tragedy. One wife’s confusion.
With that, maybe you’ll have some thoughts to counter the current coolness of cannabis. Because it’s one thing to decriminalize marijuana possession. By contrast, what happens when marijuana starts possessing the habitual user?
Let’s remember, STUFF deposited by pot into somebody’s aura can always, always, always, be healed. And whether or not the recovery program includes techniques of Rosetree Energy Spirituality, recovery IS strongly possible for anyone who commits to it.
That said, you may be shocked by the following recording, an aura reading of a pothead. (I was.)
P.S. For my fellow consciousness nerds: Technically this is a recorded samples of using Stage Four Energetic Literacy to research an energetic hologram of my client. Using the system of Aura Reading Through All Your Senses(R).
Expensive? Not. Let’s talk money, weighing the costs of pot-marijuana-grass-weed versus the fees for sessions of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES).
Recently we have had some exchanges here about cost and value. The context was learning Empath Empowerment(R). Indirectly money came up then, at For Empath Empowerment, Quiz Yourself.
Not because it’s Bastille Day. Or Independence Day. Or Cinco de Mayo.
No, today can be considered a holiday due to your own self-authority.
I have something to say that ties into a couple of themes that could be summarized as “Pain” and being “High.” For context, I am a former stoner of 20 years. For well over a year, I haven’t gotten high once — unless you count using techniques of energetic literacy for a natural high.
There is something to be said for the contrast of experience being high or not.
I mistakenly started out smoking believing that it was an honorable spiritual path. I also felt that it intensified experiences, and that quality in itself was a positive thing all around.