Ayahuasca gave me this wisdom once: Mixing two powerful plant spirits like her and MJ is a horrific idea in part because it’s like trying to have an enlightened conversation with #Buddha and #Jesus at the same time. One in each ear, telling you the secrets of the universe.
And for all of you who think you'd love to have a chat with Buddha and Jesus, let's get down and dirty. Have you ever had a crazy super powerful spiritual conversation that was utterly alchemically transforming and turned your world inside out? If you have, you know you could barely contain that wisdom. Do we really think we as mere mortals could handle two at the same time?
Buddha and Jesus, like Ayahuasca and Cannabis, have the same intention for mankind: #Expansion . #Awakening . #Illumination . But each has their own way of working with us.
Here's a tangible example. Say you're working on an addition to alcohol. Ayahuasca may swoop in and show you the core trauma that alcohol numbs, and she may encourage you to both feel that trauma and take a break from alcohol to see what happens.
Ganja often plays it differently, but with the same intent. She may encourage you to go deeper into your addiction, pushing a full on commitment to the act of escape so a breakdown can ensue. She knows a breakthrough can be facilitated this way, and so she sometimes works in partnership with the darkness, but still with our benefit held sacred to her intent.
If you sat with both plants and received both directives, the confusion is obvious. It dilutes the individual wisdom and creates a big ole cacophony, which can create stagnation or more repetitive patterns. Sure, there is no wrong answer no matter what, but we humans don't need to add more confusion into our spiritual paths. Most of us have plenty already.
Taken from "Why Marijuana and Ayahuasca don't belong together" by Tina Kat Courtney @theafterlifecoach Highly recommend reading the rest as online. Image by @psychedelicmilk#ayahuasca#marijuana#cannabis