PART 6 of 6: Indigo Adults and Substances – Hallucinogens

This is Part 6 of a 6 part series on Indigo Adults and substances.

Today we well be covering Hallucinogens…

First of all, I want to start by saying that all that I am about to say it though personal experience. There are lots of scientific experiments that cover the physical effects of nicotine, but I think you’d be hard pressed to find articles that cover the energetic effects.

This is probably going to be one of my shortest posts because of my lack of experience with the drug.

I have only done this twice and I feel like it blew me open psychically on a lot of different levels.

That is why there are so many spiritual ceremonies that revolve around the use of hallucinogens… They have the capacity to draw the user very consciously into other worlds.

But for indigo adults, I feel that like pot, hallucinogens are almost a wasted endeavor because we are already so open as it is.

The one exception would be if the hallucinogen was used in a sacred ceremony, with a guide that knows what s/he is doing… like the shamans that guide individuals through Iowaska experiences or Peyote journeys.

And still, I feel that that is treading on very shaky territory for an open indigo adult. The impact of these experiences do not go away once the high is over and it can be very jarring to ones life to be opened up before s/he is ready.

In my opinion, it is better to let your own opening take place in a natural way, rather than to force it with a hallucinogen.

What about muggles?

Well… because this type of drug opens the third eye and the crown, it might be useful for muggles to experience that. I think they really get a sense that they are part of and exist in all that is, and for that reason, moderate use of hallucinogens might be helpful.

But most of the time, this drug is not used in a constructive, spiritual way, and so the benefit that would come out of the experience is not really tapped.

It just ends up being a “really trippy” experience.

An unfortunate missed opportunity in my opinion.

Then again, you do get people like John Lennon, who probably transcended a lot because of his use of hallucinogens and marijuana… an probably in a “party like a rock star” atmosphere. So who can say…?

BOTTOM LINE:

Indigo adults… my opinion is that it’s a bad idea. You’re already really open and we already trancent worlds in a lot of different ways… We don’t need hallucinogens to have that experience.

Muggles… Don’t know. Jury is still out on that one.

(This is the final post in the series, mainly because I don’t have any personal experience with anything else. I know there are a lot more substances out there, but I just don’t feel that I am the right person to write about them from an energetic point of view because I have – happily – not had any contact with other substances.)

So indigo adults… Have any words of wisdom you care to leave hear? I would love to hear your opinions/thoughts/experiences on this matter.

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