After spending the summer amping up my immune system with vitamin C and sneaking zinc powders packets into our dinners at home, I feel confident that I am safe delivering groceries for people during the craziness that is going on around us all right now.
March is Women's History Month. I happened to notice that today. What can we do as women to make this planet a better place? What can we do to contribute while generating income for ourselves? Some of you have children and husbands and think I am crazy for even suggesting this. Like how could you possibly take on anymore than what you have in front of you right now?
Legalization is not only about sitting stoned on the couch all day people. The generations that have suffered through war fighting for this country have everything from PTSD to pain in their bodies that legalization of cannabis can help relieve.
Really? Do you take us all for fools? Like we can't see that you and your pals are just so heavily invested in oil up to your eyelids that the last thing you want is for electric cars to make it here in the "United States?" United is the furthest thing from your mind. You wanted that title for one reason, and one reason only. MONEY. Did you not get enough hugs as a child? Was it that your family came from poverty and you decided once and for all that you were absolutely never going to live that way ever again? OR was it that POWER and CONTROL that you felt when you started succeeding after someone in your family, most likely your father, called you a failure for not being worth a f*ck?
The very last lesson of enlightenment, before you clear your mind, body, and spirit for complete and absolute healing, is self love. When you get to this aspect of healing, expect tears. Lots and lots of fucking tears. This is where you push forward despite all your fears and all the people who are against you and all of the people who have ever challenged you. It's when you tear yourself right down the middle. The old version of you and the past that is contained within you dies, and the emotional death is way worse than anything you ever imagined. Instead of leaning into and giving into death, you begin searching and scanning your entire life for even one single reason to stay living. Enlightenment is tough, dude. We've been through a lot. All of us have. Look at the veil of conditioning that this planet has carelessly thrown over our eyes. It's so thin, yet it has skewed our vision so much that we would actually rather DIE than face our emotional healing.
I tell you what, this has been my only struggle with Law of Attraction. How do you generate a feeling of wealth when you've only got $4 in you bank account? Yeah, yeah, gratitude, I know. Being grateful for what you have. I don't mean to be a complainer, but I want more. That's just the facts. I had a lot more earlier on in my life, although it never truly came from me. Most of what I had and experienced came from other people. My mom and dad, my friends, my exes, they all loved my company so much that they enjoyed seeing me receive. I was young, vibrant, funny, and attractive. I really was blessed and couldn't see it right in front of my own eyes. I took it all for granted.