Since I was at first learning to meditate from my study of Eastern Philosophy, I had to wonder if cannabis could supplement those practices.
The education system in our state was pretty much on a downward spiral when I was a little one. Even though every one of us were in a bull economy before the 2001 terrorist attacks happened, our state’s legislature was cutting education spending everywhere. They supply large corporations with big tax cuts and fund it by reducing expenditures for public welfare. And since many of the people in the state legislature have financial ties to many of these companies, they’re lining their own pockets with education and food stamp money. It makes me severely sick just thinking about it! When I likewise become rather irritated with stubborn or ignorant people, I have to remind myself how exhausting our own education was before I left for school and came back for work. Unlike most of the people I know these days, academics and learning appealed to me and my interests too. I was listening to lectures on my mp3 player back in the day and it definitely pushed me to fill in the gaps at school with self-education. One great example is my crucial interest in the marijuana plant. I didn’t try cannabis until I was 17, although I was honestly learning about it for years before that point. Since I was at first learning to meditate from my study of Eastern Philosophy, I had to wonder if cannabis could supplement those practices. Hashish eating for religious sacrament goes back a long way in the Eastern world. Although my experiments with meditation never yielded anything significant, I still appreciated the anxiety relieving and euphoric effects from the plant. I never became accustomed to drinking alcohol recreationally so it’s great to have an alternative drug choice to use for capping my days.