(Continued from part 3)
Even though society tells us we should love our neighbor, the author at Benefits of Marijuana points out that this seems impossible in a world dominated by big business where everyone fights to get ahead.
We can’t encourage certain values while defying them, and cannabis helps us become aware of the blatant hypocrisy in our society and the need to transform our way of life to reflect values that allow everyone to thrive.
It opens our eyes to the ways in which the system defies these values, and it encourages us to live by our own morals while spreading the basic philosophy of loving and respecting everyone.
Since we’ve been conditioned to believe this life is all we get and there are no higher states of spiritual awareness, most people need help waking up and breaking through their programming.
Sometimes, it’s good to have a guru who has experienced enlightenment on some level and can help you become aware that something exists beyond this life. However, since most people don’t have a teacher like this to consult, nature made sure to provide ‘plant teachers’ to show the way into a higher consciousness.
As a plant teacher, cannabis can help you access this higher consciousness in a powerful way that’s usually unattainable in normal waking life, even with the assistance of meditation. Without this state of awareness, you’re left with selfish, unfulfilling material desires.
You start to care more about making money and having expensive things than exploring your authentic spirituality, and this will effectively cut you off from the bliss that comes with an open mind and a transformative spiritual experience sought after by many.
Cannabis reveals the wastefulness and uselessness of material desires by breaking through the mind’s conditioning, all while encouraging meditation, creativity and other things that connect us with the spirit.
This plant poses an array of other benefits I’d recommend researching, and the more knowledge you help spread, the more people you can inspire to open their mind and reconsider their stance on cannabis. Who knows; you might even inspire them to explore their consciousness.
If you’re open to cannabis but you have doubts, I’d recommend learning everything you can about it. If you do, however, be warned that there’s a lot to learn. I’ve hardly scratched the surface in any of these reports, and all it takes is some research to find more information than you may ever need.
The truth is out there, but we won’t find it until we look.
I hope this report has helped you see the cannabis plant in a new light, because it has a lot to offer a society that’s throwing itself into chaos. I’m confident that cannabis can save mankind, but only if we realize what it has to offer now and utilize it.
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By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness, April 1, 2016 – http://tinyurl.com/zumff8h