Smoking And Alcohol On Spirituality
We all love alcohol, right? And, don’t get me wrong – all I’m trying to say is that we all love to drink a glass of wine, or 1 beer. Well, at least most of us do, right? But, unfortunately, there are others – who drink a lot. And yes, I mean “a lot” – which is a bad thing (both physically and mentally). Alcohol can be used as a “high”, but it also has an after affect of bringing a person into a very low place. And remember – as we continue to raise our vibration, we may find that alcohol does more harm than good, and that our body begins to reject it more and more. As you begin to awaken to how we have been manipulated in keeping our vibrational frequency down, it becomes hard to go against the “norm” in society. Being responsible for your vibrational frequency is hard to do amongst friends who drink. The younger generation is making this shift in consciousness faster than ever and alcohol seems to be the biggest choice for the resulting anxiety issues.
Yes, we all know that the “good” alcohol breaks down barriers for people to relax and have a good time. But, in the end, a pattern begins to form of extreme highs and lows and a vicious cycle can form of wanting alcohol in order to stay high. The bottom line is that alcohol ruins lives and lowers ones’ vibrations. Someone must be the forerunner to change the world, and we must do it from within. Reprogramming society to make it cool to be sober and grounded in your body is a start. So, can you do me a small favor – de the change you want to see and watch your reality around you shift. My advice – stop drinking alcohol. You ‘ll feel much better – spiritually.
How does smoking affect spirituality?
And, when it comes to smoking – well, I really think that we all know the physical damage caused by tobacco consumption. YES, it includes nicotine poisoning, respiratory diseases, heart and circulation disorders, as well as cancer. But, here comes the million-dollar question – what happens on the spiritual level? Does smoking also affect the nonmaterial core of man, just like alcohol? Well, we can answer that question for you – just like most drugs, nicotine (the component found in tobacco) does not only have physical effects. The “internal high” that the smoker seeks from smoking not only manifests in the body, but also affects his spirit.
So, the question remains – how is it possible that a material substance like nicotine can affect your spirit? Well, the spirit cannot be influenced directly by the nicotine compounds. Yes, there has to be a “link” between the body and the soul — and this “element” is the blood! To be more precise – the radiation of the blood. How this works – the blood emits radiations or vibrations which are similar with the radiations coming from the spirit, or “astral body”. And, in this “similarity”, these vibrations for a “bridge” of resonance between the physical body and the soul, across which all information “circulates” between the material and nonmaterial realms. In this way the spirit is fully connected to the body during its incarnation on earth.
This is also very important for you to remember – unfortunately, the spirit becomes addicted, not the physical body, because the spirit is the only living “thing” in the human body that has the ability to perceive consciously. And it is the spirit — and not the body — which suffers, feels discomfort, perceives lack of something, or feels a sense of inner dissociation. The body and the brain just transmit the sensitive information of the pain to the spirit.
You should definitely quit smoking! Why – because quitting smoking empowers one spiritually by aligning their actions with their words. The importance of gratitude is strongly emphasized in many spiritual texts. Sarah Ban Breathnach, author of Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy, said, “You simply won’t be the same person two months from now after consciously giving thanks each day for the abundance that exists in your life. And you will have set in motion an ancient spiritual law: the more you have and are grateful for, the more will be given you.” One’s actions reflect their true self. If one gives thanks for good health, a healthy family, and prosperity, but sabotages those things with a destructive habit such as chronic smoking, it is not true, heartfelt gratitude. By quitting smoking, one remains in spiritual integrity, as their words match their deeds. Thanks for reading and don’t hesitate to share this article with your friends and family. Thank You and have a good one.