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Hi! I'm Tara Rose, and I am a big fan of meditating with cannabis and guiding other women into this wonderful experience, too! I especially love to meditate with high CBD edibles. They are my favorite for calming the mind. I wanted to hop on here and post a few of my favorite approaches to meditating with cannabis: 1) Being Mode Especially when I feel depleted, I like to take some cannabis and go into total "yin" mode of just being, keeping myself company with a kind and affectionate, gentle presence. Sometimes I envision that I am sunbathing. 2) Healing Mode I have had some really powerful experiences of deep self healing. I often find cannabis guides me deep into self-love and introspection when I ingest the medicine. I often am shown my fears and insecurities as well, which are opportunities to bring in deeper compassion for myself and to learn where they come from. I find that cannabis creates a spaciousness that is not as easily accessible when I meditate without her presence. If I am going through a difficult time where I don't know why I feel as I do, often taking some "me" time with this plant illuminates everything. 3) Breath-focused Meditation Sometimes it feels really good to just focus on the breath going in and out, and especially after the exhale, to notice the peace that's there. This is really grounding, calming and centering. If you are an experienced meditator, what approaches do you use and how do they benefit you? If you haven't tried it much, what holds you back? What questions do you have about cannabis and meditation?
Intuitive Tara Rose posted a topic in Spiritual ConnectionWe had an amazing meditation together at our April Tokeativity Social in Portland! Here's a recording of it that you can access for free on SoundCloud. The track is 19 minutes long including Samantha's wonderful introduction and then my guided visualization for self-love. Synopsis: We envision a radiant sun filled with love lighting us from the inside out, inspiring harmony and the flourishing of nature all around us. Then we see cannabis healing the planet, making it kinder, relieving pain and expanding consciousness for all. Healing energy radiates to everyone and together we uplift the world, starting with women.