Sanjay PS wrote:Hello Kitz ,
Nice to have you on board , and thats great courage and wisdom to leave all the intoxicants behind . Once i used to think of them as a part of life , then realizing that life by itself is so intoxicating , i left them behind . Now many years later , i find its just not life that can be intoxicating , it is the closed eyes that can also be intoxicating , the peace , rapture , tranquility , stillness and sense of well - being are also dangerous and should be laid down , guided on by the alertness of annica ( change ).
Its the equipoise that is of great use , pleasant or unpleasant are just the same , they keep following each other and can fool us very badly
Once again , looking forward to the many learnings .
kitztack wrote:unfortunately this self imposed isolation brought up strong feelings of paranoia and anxiety and mistrust
Cannabis is often consumed for its psychoactive and physiological effects, which can include heightened mood or euphoria, relaxation, and increase in appetite. Unwanted side-effects can sometimes include a decrease in short-term memory, dry mouth, impaired motor skills, reddening of the eyes, and feelings of paranoia or anxiety.
suttametta wrote:Needs have no limit.
MN 82: Ratthapala Sutta wrote:'The world is insufficient, insatiable, a slave to craving': This is the fourth Dhamma summary stated by the Blessed One who knows & sees, worthy & rightly self-awakened.
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