The Cannabis Frequency

The cannabis flower is a special one, not only for the relaxed, joyful, euphoric and creative sensations it brings, but for how it specifically expands our consciousness. When the user (i.e. receiver) is tuned into the cannabis frequency, that is, tuned into the plant’s intention aligned with our own, awareness often grows into areas of the unknown, which can instantly change our vibration.

The reason cannabis does this so well is due to its alliance with Gaia and the human template. It’s why THC, the primary psychoactive component in cannabis is so welcomed by the endocannabinoid system of the brain. That system is also innate to the cannabis plant, so it instantly harmonizes the frequency within the human DNA field and the pineal gland. This means that cannabis can interact in a multi-dimensional framework within the human’s field, and change its own consciousness in the process. Psychoactive plants are particularly exceptional at changing their own awareness by using a human being as a conduit, and cannabis is one of the best in this regard, hence its widespread use throughout the world. This is how incredibly aligned it is with the human species. But if the user isn’t tuned in, all that will be experienced is a buzzing, which travels though the head and body with nowhere expansive to go.

Nature’s psychoactive components are designed to transition our current reality. They do this while synchronizing with the human field to send the user down a path that is quite different from everyday life. It can guide those seeking other levels of consciousness through portals to experience a reality where sight, hearing, taste, smell, touch, and extrasensory perception are all enhanced. This makes food taste better, visuals appear more alive, heightened sexual experiences, and a nose that will track down your most desired scents. This is all completely dependent on the user’s intention to align with the cannabis frequency, one that requires permission to show you its beauty.

On the flip side, it can also allow other less pleasurable frequencies to internalize, hence, paranoia. So it can both expand and contract consciousness depending on the user’s alignment and intention. This is one reason why adults above 30 years of age (who are new to cannabis) can have very different experiences than those consuming it for the first time at a much younger age. This relates to differences in the maturity of sexual energy, wisdom attained, intentions, relationships, and many other lifestyle factors that influence how the cannabis frequency is integrated within.

Getting high recreationally and expanding one’s awareness with cannabis in meditation can be two very different things. When the consciousness of the human being is in a state of expansion, cannabis brings a sense of wisdom that is unique because it delivers concepts through Gaia. These concepts end up being intimately related to our lives, since nature reflects a part of itself onto every aspect of us, just as we do to nature. It goes deeper than that. It can connect not only with your own life, but other lives recorded on the planet through consciousness imprints while it gathers conceptual data. This includes data from those present on the planet and those who have passed, which means it can retrieve information relevant to concepts it seeks to illustrate from today or from thousands of years ago. All psychoactive plants can do this through their unique interface with our field.

Cannabis brings the underlying operating system to the surface. Shamans have used it for thousands of years for this purpose, to bring mindfulness where there is none, so that we can see the world through an upgraded landscape that connects people to something more beautiful than what they know.

Let us welcome what is now the full expression of cannabis, marijuana, weed, pot, ganja, etc, imprinting its consciousness on the world, embracing all the beauty it provides as we choose to tune in. Are you ready for new lessons?

This article was republished from Prevent Disease.

See also:
First Aid for Cannabis Smokers
Marijuana Research Supports Its Safety and Benefits