You say using your tools and marijuana will cause chaos in your life… is this true with all cannabinoid products, for example CBD oil?
The Seer Almine:
Yes, it is true for all substances that artificially shift the mood, the assemblage point, and the perspective.
Just want to clarify, I am still taking a low dose of Mirtazapine and occasionally Olanzapine, and am not ready to stop yet (that’s what is agreed between my psychiatrist and I because when I do I get crippling depression and anxiety.). I have had a lot of chaos in my life this year but I am not sure if I’m supposed to be completely rid of these prescription medications or not. One side tells me chaos will ensue if I stop and the other side says chaos will ensue if I continue. I’m confused… if anyone can offer advice I’d appreciate it.
I have ceased the use of these medications and doing really well.
Sara Roshan says
Well that is true dear Ciara, my understanding is that we can use warrior plants for their purpose. In what way its okay to use and where their benefit comes handy always been a little complected for me . For this reason I just stay away and advice others to do the same. It is very much appreciated to have clarity and better understanding here for all of us.
If it is warrior plants that is being referred to, then garlic also falls into that category of “mood altering substances”…
I actually do find that and don’t eat raw garlic for this reason, it feels like overrides my natural vibration and makes me feel like “not myself”, but cooked garlic is ok (though I avoid that in my own cooking too). So again with the plant nuances…
Phoebe Surana-Mehit says
Perhaps this is just a matter of say reading the Runes and being high on THC? I imagine this would cause chaos and misinterpretation…so it is saying not to mix our sacred tools (applying the tools) with substances that artificially alter our moods. If one needed a pain reliever, lets say, taking CBD oil doesn’t mean to also do BLVP while using the oil…(? perhaps).
Barbara Kathryn says
Other than the 2 mentioned here in the comments, what are the other 2 Warrior Plants? I seem to have missed that. Thank you!
Phoebe Surana-Mehit says
I recall Almine saying at a retreat that garlic and tobacco were some…I am sorry if this isn’t very clear but it was in regards to them circling Mars…
Irene T says
Ayahuasca was mentioned also.
This leaves me curious. For at least 20 generations the toltecs have used specific plants and techniques to break free the assemblage point of new sorcerer’s to allow it to move. Why now would using these plants create chaos? Or is it the integrating use of them with Almine’s work that creates chaos? Do all of these tools move the assemblage point or shift it? If one were to create an ancient toltec mushroom smoking recipe would it not coincide with her tools seeing as how most of her work is based on toltec principles?
I am sad to hear that, because cannabis oil actually can minimize an immense (so-called chronic) pain in my body. (I don’t call it chronic, because I believe, that my body can heal). I don’t often use it, only if I can’t endure the immense pain anymore and haven’t slept for long because of that. But it seems to be better that I cease using it at all.
Why is it, that this oil – made from natural hemp plants – influences and shifts the assemblage point and the perspective, and how does this actually happen?
I experience still more young people using medicine from both plants and animals living in the rainforest. What will be the consequences for them now and also later?
Like, it is specifically psychoactive substances that are being referred to? As from my research, CBD doesn’t appear to be psychoactive (THC oil is, on the contrary, or CBD +THC oil), hence the confusion. I really would like to have proper understanding of this from a functioning impeccably as a healer angle.
Hi dear Almine,
I don’t use any cannabinoid products (I asked this question on Lightworkers as I have clients and family using CBD oil, not sure if the question was partly being addressed here), but have a sincere question about where one draws the line with “all substances that artificially shift the mood and the perspective” specifically (not so much assemblage point, as that’s a different matter).
Do all plants/herbs fall into this category? For example, you recently recommended Psy-stabil for the experiences some of our light family were having, is this not a substance that artificially shifts the mood/perspective, or does that not count? What about things like St. John’s Wort, cacao, and many other non-psychoactive plants that have an effect on mood and perspective? Even green juice has an impact on mood/perspective in my experience, as well as other superfoods! What about coffee? (I don’t drink coffee either) What about allopathic medicine such as anti-depressants?
I’m a regular user of many different plants, herbs and superfoods of a non-psychoactive nature and have never once experienced chaos in using your tools, so am inclined to believe that these things don’t count, but would love to know the actual definition of what is being implied here.
Thank you Ciara for expressing the questions I have in my mind too.
I’m a vegan and also a regular user of different (sometimes ayurvedic and adaptogene) plants, herbs and superfoods of a non-psychoactive nature and I am also inclined to believe that these things don’t count, but would love to know the actual definition from Almine.
I would also like to know Almines perspective on St. John’s Wort, cacao, and many other non-psychoactive plants that have an effect on mood and perspective too.
I do recall that Almine has mentioned and actually recommended St. John’s Wort on multiple occasions dear Birgitte, so I would assume that this indeed does to count, however it does technically effect mood and perspective does it not? I wonder if the answer above is referring specifically to things that do actually alter the placement of the assemblage point (affecting mood and perspective as a side-effect), in which case I still wonder about the CBD (vs THC) statement as I would have imagined that only psychoactive compounds have the potentiality to do this.
*does not count
And then what does “artificially” mean – surely everything that comes from an external is technically artificial, which means that pretty much all substances, food, etc, would produce this effect! Basically more clarification would be really deeply appreciated, again from the angle of wishing to be absolutely as impeccable as possible in serving and advising clients, etc. Perhaps this is the sort of info that would go well alongside the info prepared for the Handbook for Healers?
Sara Roshan says
Warrior plants are the only ones effecting moods I believe dear Ciara. Marijuana is one of the 4 warrior plants that is not to use. I use Psy-stabil and St. John’s Wort quiet often as well as many other plant based products as needed. I also recommend them to my clients and others to have them stored at home. They are great products, no they don’t effect mood and perspective.
One of the answers Almine provided for us may assist here:
In carefully studying not only the primary symptoms (above and beyond what we have previously mentioned), as well as the tools we have available to us to deal with the after effects of multiple usage of Ayahuasca, I have found the following:
There is a form of pollution found in the fields around the body, like etheric mucus, similar to that in habitual marijuana users, and with the use of certain pharmaceuticals (such as oxycodone). This reduces the purity of the person’s frequency – we’ve called it the Song of the Self. This prevents the full awakening of godhood in those who are entitled to it.
It is a very bad idea for enlightened masters to do Ayahuasca. I have frequently said that it is one of the four warrior plants that conquer the soul. Here’s why:
-It shifts the assemblage point and the assemblage point determines your level of consciousness. It has the potential of shifting you to a much lower level of consciousness.
-It is addictive, and when no longer available, its cravings can create other addictions to take its place.
-It opens doorways to other dimensions you have no control over. There are many realms of very hostile and destructive beings that could then access you.
Please do not take such a risk with your most precious possession: your hard-earned level of enlightenment. -Almine.
I hope this helps you remember, I am sure you already have a inventory of all these information.
Thank you so much dear Sara, I do indeed have this information 🙂
I still have questions however.
I was contemplating this more and presumably alcohol also falls into the category of mood affecting substances, and it’s not a plant per se. There are also nuances within the plant kingdom – for instance clients I’ve had who use CBD only oil (no THC compounds) for therapeutic purposes report that it does not affect mood, whereas the THC based oil does (I’ve never used either so don’t know this from personal experience). I also use St. John’s Wort and Psy-stabil. I personally find Psy-stabil absolutely affects my “mood’, hence the question of what exactly is the definition of “mood”. I appreciate “warrior plants are the only ones effecting moods I believe” – that warrior plants do affect mood is clear for sure.
Irene T says
Maybe there could be a list. I use many vitamins. I also use amino acids. L5HTP. DMT. BOIRON Homeopathics. It appears that a concise complete definitive list would be helpful for practical purposes. Also what effect does a CPAP machine have. Since I received mine 4 months ago, my dreams and interactions are not the same. Some encounters are dark. Even those where the lightfamily is around. And that has “never” happened over the past 18 years.