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What Are the Risks of Cannabis Use, Including Spirit Possession?


Unveiling the Cannabis Phenomenon


Cannabis is a substance that is gaining increasing popularity. More and more countries are opting to legalize marijuana for medical use, and in some, it is also permitted for recreational use. However, even in countries where it is prohibited, it is widely used, and possessing small quantities is not prosecuted by the legal system.


The Appeal of Cannabis Use

Many people praise the use of marijuana, mainly due to the psychoactive substances it contains. These substances stimulate certain glands in the body, causing our brain to receive information from higher-frequency realms. The brain is a kind of transmitter/receiver with the ability to connect with higher frequencies of existence, such as the emotional or mental world.

We are spiritual beings temporarily incarnated in physical bodies. Only during sleep do our subtle bodies leave the physical body and move through various vibrational spaces. Most often, we travel through the astral/emotional world, sometimes the mental world, and for some advanced individuals, it may include causal and higher worlds. While every person possesses an astral and mental body, most cannot consciously, as if on command, leave the physical body and operate consciously in higher bodies.

Marijuana, by stimulating the mentioned glands, opens the gateway between our physical brain and higher worlds, which, for most, at least initially, is experienced as a very positive feeling. For the first time, the prisoner of the physical body begins to recognize the existence of higher realms.

We begin to increasingly realize that our existence is not limited solely to physicality, that our Source, our True Self, exists beyond the physical body. The joy of such a revelation is immense because the physical body and its associated world are marked by various forms of deep suffering, such as diseases or death. Thus, understanding our lineage in higher bodies frees us from being constantly intoxicated by the ongoing, subconscious fear of survival, the fear of existence and death. For this reason, many people using cannabis or any other psychoactive substance want to repeatedly go through this experience.


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Risks of Cannabis Use

It is important to firmly add at this point that psychoactive substances, including alcohol, are NOT the appropriate way to attain higher consciousness. It can be achieved, for example, through proper meditation techniques. We write "proper" because many promoted meditation techniques are simply dangerous, especially when combined with specific breathing techniques, known as pranayama, or when the focus of meditation is on lower chakras, below the heart chakra. While they do open up to higher worlds, they do not guarantee that the opening will be safe for us psychologically and physically.

The dangers of both psychoactive substances and improperly performed meditation include, among other things, that when leaving consciousness from the physical body, we do so suddenly. We see, hear, or feel certain phenomena of higher worlds, but we don't fully understand what we see. There is no one around us to explain it. The window opens, we see a new world, but we cannot control the processes taking place there. We are on a roller coaster whose course we cannot influence.

To prevent this, the Universe, in its infinite wisdom, ensured that our bodies were constructed in the right way. Between our physical body and the astral/emotional body, a kind of barrier was built-in, as if protection blocking the influence of higher worlds on our physical existence, on our physical brain. For most people, this protection is very much needed. Paradoxically, the emotional world has a higher vibration, but in its lowest regions close to the physical world, the most negative human emotions are accumulated, such as fear and the entire range of fear derivatives like anger, rage, hatred, envy, and more.

Consciousness development of the emotional world should, therefore, occur gradually so that we have the opportunity to slowly, step by step, observe the countless phenomena of this space. The goal is for us not to be frightened by what we see and, moreover, to better recognize the mechanisms of this world. Then our awareness expands without fear. However, when we do it suddenly, tearing the curtain in one motion, we encounter both positive and negative phenomena, which will have a powerful impact on our psyche. Strong energies of the emotional world can significantly disturb the structure of our emotional body, which is recreated by us for each incarnation. Such a shock can cause permanent damage to this emotional structure, and more.


Risks of Intense Emotional States

If during the intake of a psychoactive substance, we get scared of something, we can easily attract spirits of the deceased who have not crossed over to the other side of the death curtain. Then a spirit comes to us, embodying the specific fear we are currently experiencing. It greatly reinforces our fear. This often results in a so-called bad trip. We know situations where people were so terrified of the emotions of the astral world that they jumped out of a window attempting suicide. There are many other tragic consequences, including violence towards oneself and the environment. This stems from experiencing very intense negative emotional states of the astral world known, for example, from prolonged alcohol intake.

Furthermore, the desire to experience a state of freedom from the physical body most often leads to addiction and a whole range of resulting sufferings. This includes being possessed by spirits that were addicted to the same substance during their physical life.


Persistent Intake and Its Consequences

Additionally, persistent intake of psychoactive substances damages the previously mentioned protective layer, causing a permanent connection to form between our brain and higher worlds, which cannot be closed. This leads in some cases to hallucinations, paranoia, disorientation, or constant feelings of fear. Another problem is damage to the brain tissue itself.

As seen, the disadvantages of taking psychoactive substances, including alcohol and even excessive nicotine consumption, are NOT worth the price we will have to pay for it.



About the Author:

Michael, a co-founder of The Dr. Wanda Pratnicka Center, holds a B.A. degree in psychology and is a spiritual teacher and healer, with a specialization in spirit removal. Under the mentorship of Wanda Pratnicka, Michael gained profound spiritual insights into the nuances of spirit attachment phenomenon, and for many years, he played a crucial role in assisting her with the remote spirit removal process. In his leisure time, Michael finds solace in meditation, immerses himself in the timeless beauty of classical music, and cherishes tranquil walks by the sea.


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