Recovery.

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Morgenstern
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Recovery.

Postby Morgenstern » Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:21 am

I had a pretty bad year, my mental health slipped and I turned away from the spiritual side of my life for almost 11 months now.

At this point, im still recovering from an attempted overdose, and since the night it happened I've been dealing with insomnia, so I was using cannabis to treat it. It helped for a while, but now I've seen how bad it can be. My mind is usually foggy and things (such as basic math) are a lot harder for me to do, so I've been wanting to quit. However, the withdrawal has not been treating me very well. No sleep, irritability, cramps and headaches to name a few negatives.

I was hoping for some help, natural or spiritual ways to help cope and restore my health.

Thanks. Hail Satan!

Low Priest
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Re: Recovery.

Postby Low Priest » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:00 pm

Is your mind full of thoughts or is it always blank?

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EnkiUK3
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Re: Recovery.

Postby EnkiUK3 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:36 pm

Cannabis isn't the answer my friend. There is CBD oil which is healthier (gave me bad dreams) only side effect I found, but this is advertised as anti anxiety.

Anything you get from the doc will work short term, zopiclone etc but are habit forming.

Always check in with the forum fellow SS stick together and will help you through it.

cosmictraveler666
Posts: 33

Re: Recovery.

Postby cosmictraveler666 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:54 pm

To get you "fixed up" back to normal I'd say first of all stop marjuana completely. It's good you want to quit asap. Marjuana destroys the sixth chakra and the 3rd eye, it literally strips you of your psychic abilities, meaning the very spiritual side of your existence. All the pot heads I've seen, they all were "dull", dark aura, they were like inanimate objects.
I don't know your lifestyle, but if you don't, I'd add physical exercise aside to the spiritual recovery.

Spiritual exercises: Hatha/Kundalini yoga (the routines are in the Satan's Library), Aura of protection and cleaning, and basic meditations such as Void Meditation or similar.
Drugs create holes in the aura and in the astral body. I'd recommend to start something like Falun Gong or similar exercises to rebuild the aura.
The important thing is to never skip a day, and doing only what you can do concretely.
11 months without spirituality are a lot.
Build up spiritual power with consistency, every day, and when you will have again some power you can consider to start a healing working with Wunjo (yoga will take care of most of the problem, though).

And, try to eat well, and generally try to follow a healthy daily routine.

Morgenstern
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Re: Recovery.

Postby Morgenstern » Thu Jun 13, 2019 1:46 am

Low Priest wrote:Is your mind full of thoughts or is it always blank?


Its almost always "blank"

Morgenstern
Posts: 3

Re: Recovery.

Postby Morgenstern » Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:22 pm

cosmictraveler666 wrote:To get you "fixed up" back to normal I'd say first of all stop marjuana completely. It's good you want to quit asap. Marjuana destroys the sixth chakra and the 3rd eye, it literally strips you of your psychic abilities, meaning the very spiritual side of your existence. All the pot heads I've seen, they all were "dull", dark aura, they were like inanimate objects.
I don't know your lifestyle, but if you don't, I'd add physical exercise aside to the spiritual recovery.

Spiritual exercises: Hatha/Kundalini yoga (the routines are in the Satan's Library), Aura of protection and cleaning, and basic meditations such as Void Meditation or similar.
Drugs create holes in the aura and in the astral body. I'd recommend to start something like Falun Gong or similar exercises to rebuild the aura.
The important thing is to never skip a day, and doing only what you can do concretely.
11 months without spirituality are a lot.
Build up spiritual power with consistency, every day, and when you will have again some power you can consider to start a healing working with Wunjo (yoga will take care of most of the problem, though).

And, try to eat well, and generally try to follow a healthy daily routine.



Thank you, i will work on all of this.

Low Priest
Posts: 9

Re: Recovery.

Postby Low Priest » Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:30 pm

What do you do all day?? Maybe a change in routine could help?

Low Priest
Posts: 9

Re: Recovery.

Postby Low Priest » Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:30 pm

What do you do all day?? Maybe a change in routine could help?


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