When was the last time you were intimate with someone?
I don’t mean sex. In fact, in this age of ‘hookups” where someone can be “sexually intimate” with another person – and then walk away not caring about that person or what you did together – is the epitome of superficiality.
But I digress. Intimacy actually starts with one’s self. If we don’t know how to be intimate with ourselves we’ll only be pretending we’re intimate with others.
So learning to be in touch with and shining light on our inner terrain is some of the most intimate work we can ever do. After all, sharing my inner most feelings with you can only happen when I’m in touch with my inner most feelings. And those feelings often represent my fears and the turmoil they cause in my life.
Many of us work to keep a tight lid on how we’re feeling – stuff it! I don’t want anyone knowing the cesspool of anxiety, sadness, loneliness, depression, repressed anger (whatever torments you). And not only do we not want others to know, we often work hard to keep it from ourselves.
That’s why I really appreciate marijuana’s role in her ability to help us open up to ourselves. As a Spirit Plant, she doesn’t lie to us, which can really throw us for a loop. (“All I wanted was to get high with my friends but then, after I got high, all I wanted was to be alone.”)
The Plant leads us toward self-discovery despite the figurative kicking and screaming we might do to not go there.
However, our life on this Earth is about learning the lessons we need to learn in order to become whole and self-aware. Yes, doing this deep dive, this self-exploration, is uncomfortable and prickly. Yet, personally, learning the capacity to be truthful with myself has been the most rewarding work of my life – and I truly believe the degree to which I am uncovering the hurts that need to be healed has been facilitated mightily by marijuana.
This is why I am so excited to share my work with you (which I call Cannanaut™, exploring the deep reaches of consciousness with the support of cannabis) and help guide you to meet your darkest and unrelenting emotions. After decades of emotional turmoil, I have discovered this is the truest path to healing. If you haven’t already, do sign-up here so that we can be in touch as this work unfolds.
“I help people as a way to work on myself, and I work on myself to help people. To me, that’s what the game is all about.” —Ram Dass
MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this video should be taken as medical advice or encouragement to consume cannabis, especially where it’s illegal. In fact, for this video and everything else in your world, always check in with YOURSELF before acting based on anything you read, hear or watch.
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