Cannabis and Spirituality 005: Strengthening your let go muscle

Many of us are slowly coming to the realization that because we carry the weight of our emotional baggage, trauma, our limited perceptions of our reality based on school systems, religious systems, what we’ve learned from family and relationships that we’ve created this inevitable need to unpack.

A need to find balance.

The flower of the female cannabis plant unlocks the yin, the receptive energy in all of us. In doing so, it allows us to feel more deeply connected to nature, share more authentic exchanges between one another and commune with different aspects of ourselves.

However, this is not how we have been taught to navigate the physical world. Instead, we’ve adopted the mindset of the conqueror on a conquest, the masculine yang energy, always focusing our attention on what we need more of: more wealth, possessions, status. Never focusing on what it is we could be letting go.

The let go muscle is about removing the need to control every moment of our human experience.

The let go muscle is about giving yourself permission to lay it all down.

The let go muscle is about learning how to trust yourself that you’ll be resilient.

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Cannabis and Spirituality 001: Exploring Cannabis Though a Spiritual Lens

One of the great gifts of spiritual knowledge is that it realigns your sense of self to something you may not have even ever imagined was within you. Spirituality is a lens through which we view life and a gauge by which we evaluate it. Empirical findings have identified spirituality as a potential health resource. While many use cannabis for both its medicinal and mind-altering properties it also assists us in gaining more inner perspective when used in spiritual practices.

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Could Cannabis Be Your Gateway to Full-Spectrum Plant Medicine?

Cannabis is an extension of the plant queendom. That includes herbs, fruits, vegetables and every other living thing you put in your body that comes from what we like to call Mother Nature. An elevated mood, lower stress levels, mental agility and better overall health are all things that can be attributed to using cannabis as a wellness tool. Plants are living, breathing organisms with thousands and thousands of years of information to share. When our bodies break down foods or adaptogens, nontoxic substances, especially a plant extract that is held to increase the body's ability to resist the damaging effects of stress and promote homeostasis (i.e. cannabis), for nutrients, they are able to provide healing and promote wellbeing to our mental facilities, physical and emotional bodies.

Cannabis, like all other plants, is very complex but somehow manages to navigate the human body as an ally against sickness, disease and illness. Across many cultures and traditions, cannabis has been used for its medicinal and healing properties as an ancient medicine. Before there was modern medicine, people relied on herbal remedies.

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