Saw hundreds of Amanitas in the Sangres on our adventures recently. Amanitas are one of the most powerful psychedelic sacred mushrooms. They call them death caps as they collapse the frontal lobe and u have whats called the 'ego death' experience. Who u think u are has no real meaning to who u truly are. That divine presence of life, one with all, No seperation. Thats what they show you. Every single patch we came up on had parts that had been eaten. The wild animals, the elk, fox, cats, bears, constantly seek this medicine out. It connects them to the forest deeper, bringing energetic cleasing and allows them to be more sensitive and have senses hightened to hunt or escape being hunted. Animals dont give a fuck about mans law as u would be prosecuted if caught with these in ur poseesion... Creator has its own law and thats what they follow. Lets be more like the bears and foxes and roll around in the forest moaning and carressing eachother in love with life again! Some say this is how the christmas myth got started as northern shamans would eat these red and white capped mushrooms and start seeing flying reindeer pulling the sleigh.! Gratitude to the plant medicines!
P.s there are over 600 species of amanitas and about half of them will kill your ass so unless ur with someone who really knows i wouldnt go out and start eating handfulls. Maybe stick with the cow patty pslocybin ones at first lol.
📢 A few months ago, I’ve watched an excellent interview with Andrew Scott, and I really liked his thoughts about social media (quote below). Recently, I’ve realized how it’s... embarrassing and wrong to represent sensitivity. To be vulnerable. Indeed, self-advertising is just everywhere now, we share our news with strangers, we tell how great our life is. But where is the line, where’s the actual truth and where’s a lie? And I actually think, it’s represented not only in social networks. Often, in real life we can’t normally say we do feel low today, just because we afraid of some misunderstanding. But we all have bad days, feelings like everything is against us. And that’s okay. We’re humans, and that’s okay to feel. That’s okay to be vulnerable. “The most unhappy people are people who represents no vulnerability at all.”
• And one more:
“We just advertise our lives, and it may impress other people, but it doesn’t connect us. I think, when you connect with somebody, it’s not because you go “omg, my life is amazing” — “oh, my life is amazing as well”. It’s not how you actually... you can have a superficial connection with someone in that sense, but when you really connect with someone, it’s when you say “you know, I’m fucking pissed off here, I’m scared” — “you know, I am as well, I’m nervous. Are you nervous?” And then you’re actually connected with someone else rather than intimidated by someone else, and I think... The whole self-advertising... it can make people very isolated.”
— Andrew Scott
Happy #monsteramonday 💚💚💚
Make it count!!
We can either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.
Y'all be blessed. ❤️
My Guzmania has been growing well🌿. It was a tiny baby pup the parent made. It had been growing so slowly for one year or so, and this summer it grew a lot. The height and the thickness are more than double as last year(see the 2nd photo,it was taken last November). Now I look forward to see the red flower 🌺 on the center😊!
“If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement, and mystery of the world we live in.” - Rachel Carson
We spent Saturday afternoon at the arboretum walking under the trees with our little guy. A perfect place to be together. 🍁👶🏻🌎🍃🐞🌲👪🍂🍄