Cannabis Spiritualität:Die andere Dimension des Kiffens. Überarbeitete Neuauflage Stephen Gaskin
Cannabis Spiritualität:Die andere Dimension des Kiffens Stephen Gaskin
The Cannabis Revolution©:What You Need to Know Stephen Holt
The Cannabis Revolution©:What You Need to Know DSc Stephen Holt MD
Stephen Gaskin stellt aus der Optik des Alt-Hippies der ersten Stunde (Haight-Ashbury, Tennessee-Farm) das Thema Hanf in ungewohnten Aspekten dar. Es gelingt ihm die Einbettung der Pflanze im ethischen und sozialen Umfeld aufzuzeigen. Beginnend mit der geschichtlichen Aufarbeitung des Hippietums wandelt sich der Text zum Handbuch, zur Anleitung für einen verantwortungsvollen Umgang mit und Gebrauch von Hanf. Ein Buch, das allen LiebhaberInnen von Hanf viele beschauliche Stunden und Einsichten verspricht!
Here is a guide to the benefits and challenges of the use of cannabis in spiritual practice. It:Includes chapters by 18 authoritative and influential voices of the modern cannabis movement, including Kathleen Harrison, Joan Bello, Hamilton Souther, Steven Hager, Chris Bennett, Dee Dussault, Jeremy Wolff, and Roger Christie Explores the use of marijuana in a wide range of spiritual practices, including meditation, yoga, chanting, visualization, shamanism, group ceremonies, work with other entheogens, and as a creative aid Truly a medicine for body and soul, one of cannabis’ greatest gifts is its remarkable potential for spiritual healing and awakening. In this authoritative guide, editor Stephen Gray and 17 other influential voices of the modern cannabis movement explore the spiritual benefits of cannabis and offer guidance on how to interact with the intelligence of this plant ally, a companion and supporter of humanity for millennia. Exploring cannabis spirituality in practice, Gray’s chapters examine dosage, strains, and methods of intake; the use of cannabis to open the creative channels; how to conduct group ceremonies with cannabis; and cautions and counterindications for cannabis use. We hear from Chris Bennett on the religious and ritual use of cannabis from pre-biblical times to the present, Joan Bello on marijuana and the body-mind connection, Dee Dussault on ganja yoga, Kathleen Harrison on humanity’s coevolution with cannabis, and cannabis shaman Hamilton Souther on working with the spirit of cannabis. The contributors explore the spiritual future of this plant ally as well as the ritual use of cannabis by the Rastafarians of Jamaica and the Sadhus of India. The chapters from Brazilian ayahuasca shaman Mariano da Silva and ayahuasca apprentice Francisco present wisdom on comingling the sacramental medicines of cannabis and ayahuasca. Revealing the potential of ´´the people’s plant” t 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Gray. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/009250/bk_sans_009250_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Teenagers drinking until they collapse; middle class consumption reaching dangerous levels with record numbers of housewives facing alcohol-induced liver disease; a wrap of cocaine costing less than a trip to the cinema; repeated links between cannabis use and mental health problems. Drinking hours have been extended and cannabis repeatedly regraded, while rehabilitation along celebrity lines is expensive and rare on the NHS.Drink & Drugs: Culture of Excess? checks in and asks if there is a quick fix. How is Britain handling societal drugs and alcohol usage? And how does this compare with abroad? Are we so different in our indulgence to the seemingly more civilised Europeans? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lucy Price-Lewis, Richard Lyddon, Lisa Coleman, Stephen Pacey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/pckt/000008/bk_pckt_000008_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lots of characters get compared to my own Jack Reacher, but Petrie´s Peter Ash is the real deal. (Lee Child) In the newest action-packed thriller starring war veteran Peter Ash, a well-planned and flawlessly executed hijacking reveals the hidden dangers of Colorado´s mellowest business, but Ash may find there´s more to this crime than meets the eye. Combat veteran Peter Ash leaves a simple life rebuilding hiking trails in Oregon to help his good friend Henry Nygaard, whose daughter runs a Denver security company that protects cash-rich cannabis entrepreneurs from modern-day highwaymen. Henry´s son-in-law and the company´s operations manager were carrying a large sum of client money when their vehicle vanished without a trace, leaving Henry´s daughter and her company vulnerable. Then, when Peter is riding shotgun on another cash run, the cargo he´s guarding comes under attack from hijackers and he narrowly escapes with his life. As the incidents mount, he has to wonder: for criminals as sophisticated as these, is this money really worth the risk? And if not, what about his cargo is worth more? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Mendel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/003304/bk_peng_003304_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Storytelling from the man who lived the adventure. The whirlwind odyssey towards enlightenment begins. The ´60s come alive in this entertaining non-fiction light-hearted, multi-level history/memoir. ´´Imagine all the people living life in peace.´´ True adventures of a young UPI reporter who followed the ´60s over the edge and returned to tell his story. Hop aboard an audacious 100-bus, round-the-country, flower power caravan with pot-smoking San Francisco guru Stephen Gaskin and his tribe of 300 hippies ´´out to save the world.” Our story includes a close look at Gaskin and his whole guru trip. In the ´70s, The Farm in Summertown, Tennessee, was America’s biggest, most thriving commune. At its peak, 1,500 spiritual hippies lived and worked collectively - all dedicated to creating a gracious lifestyle the world can afford - a microcosm of peace, a brother and sisterhood. For 12 years, hard-working, idealistic, mostly young people shared life, labor, and a vision; built a village, grew food, celebrated life, enjoyed zero unemployment, and manifested a mostly happy, peaceful vegan utopia with its own doctors, clinic, midwives, teachers, book publishing company, soy dairy, bakery, and solar-heated school on 1,764 acres. The collective’s global outreach nongovernmental organization Plenty International was awarded the Swedish ´´alternative Nobel prize,” the Right Livelihood Award for its work. A volunteer earthquake reconstruction carpenter, Melvyn Stiriss, and a Plenty crew built a clinic for Mother Teresa in Guatemala and worked with Mayans to build houses and schools in remote mountain villages. A ´´cannabis church,” The Farm attempted to legalize marijuana for religious use. Stiriss was a co-founder of The Farm and lived 12 years in the community working as a farmer, carpenter, mason, miller, baker, chef, gatekeeper and news editor. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Melvyn Stiriss. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/006563/bk_acx0_006563_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.