Can brainalterations in developing teenagers induced through the early use of Cannabis and its influence in the endocanabinoidsystem of the brain also be seen in a positive way, when there’s more brainactivity through THC than in adults that don’t use Cannabis, and through a not complete myelisation of nerve fibers they are more sensitive to outer (electromeagnetic induction – feelings vibrations) influences?
Can this be seen as a sensitization (of body/soul (nerves)) and an actvation of the emotional mind/entering an emotional (trance) state?
And through THC a not so well developed Hippocampus the shortterm memory becomes weak and therefor you live more in the moment?
This seen from a Baba’s/Guru’s/Spiritualist way of thinking is a desirable development becoming more open to emotions, activating your brain and living in the moment, but from an industrialized societies point of view it is a hinderance in the struggle for more performance.
So in a spiritual way Cannabis can be seen as more of a help (evolution through more active brain/entering an emotional (trance) state, living in the moment ) but in a modern industrialized and performance orientated sense as more of a brainimpairment (sensitization, deep real thinking and shortterm memory impairement).
(It’s Shiva’s plant isn’t it?)
What does that say about tobacco use in teenagers or alcohol use or other entheogens which alkaloids also resemble neurotransmitters when they also sensitize (regard also the use of entheogens in youth initiation rituals in some tribal indigenous cultures, by opening up to spiritual realities)?
But the alleged amplification of “schizophrenia” in the population possibility is neglectable since there’s a medical consensus that one must be predespositioned to “schizophrenia” to be induced through THC and that applies merely to 1% of the worlds population, and the paradigm of the existance of the illness “schizophrenia” is also doubtable!