Whethere we’re talking about psychological, mental, emotional, energetical or “physical” and biological stuff, in our current world there are two main types of “poison”. One is what I call “contextual” poison, most often referring to the type of things that can have a “toxic” interaction with something else due to incompatibility, instead of there being anything “gunked up” with the stuff in question, itself.
Like, let’s say shit. Fecal matter. If people in this world were to injest their own feces (gee, ain’t that a pretty picture?) they would poison themselves, because fecal matter is literally all the stuff that the body doesn’t need from whatever it has ingested. Yet, our shit is very much useful as compost material, which is used as such in some permaculture systems, and is called “humanure”. This applies to shit from other species as well, which is either poisonous or just plain unhealthy to consume for the species that released that waste product, but is a very nutrient dense source of food for plants and can make up the base for healthy, fertile soil.
Or, some types of venom from other living beings in this world. Some venoms have compounds that can be extracted and used as medicine (preferably in a natural, non-big pharma way), like bee’s venom for example, along with others.
That’s what I call “contextual” poison, which can be toxic to some species but not to others, with the poisonous relationship being derived more or less from incompatibility between whatever thing interacts with another thing.
Then, there is what I’d call “designer” poisons, which generally encompass anything that’s artificially produced (or in some cases derived from nature, but modified to be poisonous in some way) specifically as a toxic element made in an attempt to sabotage the natural processes of whatever species we’re talking about (in this case, humans).
The “G” technology (1-6G and whatever other “Gs” in that sense), EMR (electromagnetic radiation), fluoride, almost or virtually all the artificial sweeteners, additives, preservatives and “E’s” you see on food labels, GMOs, most make-up products, artificial pesticides, etcetera… the mainstream media, religion (basically, anything that uses blind belief or blind disbelief as a basis for making judgements or assessments), the indoctrination system known as (most) “schools and universities”, the hypnotic and superficial elements of the entertainment industry, big pharma, “mainstream everything”, and generally anything that’s specifically designed or/and exploited in an attempt to stunt the natural development and behaviour of our biological vehicles (our bodies).
Now, most people probably wouldn’t be eating their own shit, or doing generally anything with it that doesn’t involve flushing it down a toilet, using it as compost or for some manner of medical analysis.
Why is that? Among other things, because people are both mentally and emotionally aware that shit isn’t particularly useful for them, since it’s a waste product. Why then, do a majority of people have no qualms about consuming stuff like genetically modified food that is artificially “edited” and pumped full of chemically addictive substances that are unhealthy to their bodies? Why do they drink fluoridated water and don’t get some manner filtration system? Why do they still smoke, drink or pump their bodies full of substances that they know aren’t good for them?
More than that, why do people engage in mental and emotional self mutilation, by being dishonest with themselves and others? By doing the things that they know they neither like nor want to be doing with their lives? By believing or dismissing things based on blind belief and ego-driven addictions or obsessions?
Well, part of that is because people have let themselves indoctrinated and manipulated by a system that seeks to enslave them; one which, as with all parasitic forms of existence, would fall very, very quickly without the host on which is utterly relies.
Another reason is that people have become addicted to comfort. No, I’m not talking just about material comfort, but to mental and emotional comfort which can even take the form of people being addicted to pain and suffering, if it’s a lifestyle or belief that they’ve settled into. A lifestyle which, of course, can be overcome with the conscious choice to love and respect ourselves for who we are. More on the addiction to comfort and how to overcome it in this article).
Sometimes, usually when it comes to consuming or interacting with substances they’ve become addicted to, most often because of an addiction to taste or sensory pleasure in the case of food products (or some manner of superficial, immediate “convenience”), people come up with excuses like “Oh, but it’s not a lethal or high enough amount of poison.”
I’m like: “Okay, I’ll take some rat poison or cyanide, and then I’ll sprinkle just a little bit of it in your drink or your food. Don’t worry, I’ll put some extra sugar on top, so you won’t feel the taste. Are ya still gonna eat it? I mean, it’s not a lethal or high amount of poison. Ya gonna eat it or not?”
Most people would rightly say no. Likewise, what if I put just a tiny bit of aluminium, mercury, formaldehyde or aborted baby tissue in your meals? Most people would, again, rightly refuse to eat that shit. (Yet, even though they wouldn’t eat that on their dinner plate, a majority of people would still have that shit injected in their bodies. Big pharma and vaccines are bullshit, by the way.)
Why would they say no to that, when by their very “logic”, it should be fine so long as it’s not in concentrated enough amounts? Because that kind of so-called “reasoning” doesn’t come from actual comprehension. Most people who come up with those sorts of excuses have typically done little to no actual, unbiased research or “snooping around” to see how those substances affect the body – if they let them, through a consent of the soul; if we, as soul say that “nope, my character is immune to this shit” we’re gonna manifest that immunity effortlessly; but that’s an entirely different topic, related to how we write our own stories and create our own reality in more spiritual, esoteric and beyond-reality ways, etcetera, etcetera.
Anyway, that’s aside from the idea that, ya know, the “official” institutions that put fancy words on paper and proclaim that something is or isn’t healthy in whatever amount, have a vested interest in keeping the population hypnotised, distracted and enslaved. In some cases, they even outright try to ban stuff like almonds (Fuckin’ almonds! What?!), cannabinoids and many other natural cures and substances that would make the pharmaceutical industry extinct, because they won’t manage to put a patent on stuff that exists in nature. See “Natural cures they don’t want you to know about” – by Kevin Trudeau, plus many, many other books and whatever else.
No, people who express an addiction tend to erroneously “rationalize” (come up with excuses, basically) about why either their addiction or the object of their addiction is either good, or at least not bad for them. I wonder how many people would consume bubble gum, coca-cola, pepsi and other aspartame (also notice the word: aspar-tame), acesulfam K and xylithol laden fizzy drinks that’re basically just artificially colored sugar water, if they didn’t taste the way they did. I wonder how many people would chew bubblegum, crunch on tic tacs, eat the chemically modified dead flesh and carcasses of fellow living beings with whom we share this world (see the “Earthlings” documentary and then ask yourself if you’re still be okay with the animal exploitation industry), if they didn’t taste “so gudz”.
Would people still so addictively be watching the 24/7 “news” cycle, obsessively play videogames (I’m not against video-games per se, as they can also be an artform and a medium of expression, as well as for communicating good messages; what I’m against is the addiction to video-games and how people let themselves exploited by shady business practices, because they “needz, lolololol” their dopamine fix when they see that shiny lootbox open up with a big shebang; or other psychological tricks and manipulations), smoke and drink or drug themselves excessively, if they actually chose to overcome their traumas and find something to be passionate about in life? They wouldn’t.
To clarify, nothing should ever be “banned”. The belief in “government” or any kind of so-called “authority” amounts to nothing more than slavery. That is probably one of the biggest poisons and addictions that people need to overcome (and also easy and effortless to rise above, once people actually make the choice to genuinely love, respect and be honest with themselves), if they really want to have any accuracy in claiming that they want to consciously express freedom, goodness and anything else that is self-elevatory and abundant in conscience and expressed consciousness, etc.
People naturally “own” (so to speak) themselves and their own lives. If someone wants to poison themselves, nobody should try and “force” them to not do so. Having a conversation, giving advice and trying to get them to see that it’s actually bad for them, or maybe looking to prevent the person or people from doing the thing if they’re not aware of what they’re actually attempting to do, that’s something else.
Likewise, if someone is doing something good and conscious, they are naturally free to do that no matter who does or doesn’t like it.
If someone is aware and informed about what they’re doing (always with room for improvement of course, as there is always more to know and comprehend), and they consciously assume the responsibility for it and don’t try to impose it on anyone, then they’re naturally free to do that.
Live and let live. Do no harm, but take no shit. That’s called natural morality and ethics, and it’s not something that changes based on what fancy words are put on paper (actual, digital or any other kind of archive storage method), nor based on bias, opinion or belief.
Nobody and nothing has a higher claim to our lives than we do.
I/we are all and always free and freedom, imagination, will and intent… infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…
What we choose to manifest is always a choice; and the choice is always ours to make.