Using Ayahuasca – Ultra Spiritual Life episode 5 – with JP Sears

As the person who originally sent this video to Tania, I feel called to re-post, especially after reading JP Sears’ comments, as they mirror things I have noticed during intuitive sessions and reading the energy of various people promoting sacred plant medicine. I very much agree with this line: “I believe that being aware of both the light (using something sacred in a sacred way) and shadow (using something sacred in a non-sacred way) possibilities allows a person to be much more healthfully aware of why they are doing what they are doing. ” ANY substance can be used in an addictive, ego-driven, unconscious way, and we would all be wise to recognize the forces driving our relationship(s) to any plant “medicine.”

Think: tobacco, wine, marijuana, chocolate, coca (cocaine), opium (heroin) and more. All of these are sacred substances, which, taken out of context or used addictively, become barriers to healing and awakening, rather than a faster route. As JP says:

“On this topic, the only thing that I’m ‘against’ is using something sacred without being aware that one’s ego may have non-sacred motives while using justifications laced with sacred terminology in order to hide the non-sacred motives from one’s own self.”

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If you saw my post, “How to Be Ultra Spiritual with JP Sears“, which includes in it another article I also shared titled, “Do You Wear a Spiritual Disguise? ~ Losing the Mask and Finding Your Truth” then you’ll understand this one too and have yourself a good belly laugh, and/or maybe even some interesting reflection.

I’d like to also include JP Sears’ comment with the video, as it may ruffle some feathers and cause some triggers in some people.

Here’s his comment, followed by the very funny video:

“Hi Friends! In response to my recent “Using Ayahuasca” video I’ve had a lot of requests for further comments about “why are you so against using Ayahuasca?” I appreciate some of you valuing my opinion enough that you want to hear more of my perspective, I’m honored by that (admittedly, that also makes me co-dependent 🙂 Here’s some…

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