By Yoseph Leib Ibn Mardachya
“In early 2001, I got here to Jerusalem,
just out of excessive school,
looking for an real non secular tradition
for how you can smoke marijuana
rightly, helpfully, extra effectively
and extra meaningfully.
What i discovered also and instead
was a residing tradition, wrestling with the mystery
of how one can comprise the ecstatic; and the
mystery of the reasons for it's repression,
along with loads of wonderful information and poor truths in regards to the nature of faith, legislations, idealism and drugs.”
Cannabis Chassidis: the traditional and rising Torah of gear (A memoir) info the query and it's exploration: How may it's that anything as inherent to fashionable existence as Marijuana, whatever with a wealthy historical past of human utilization, has no culture in Torah, a counsel approach that i used to be raised to appreciate as encompassing every little thing strong that one may still recognize? there are solutions for what's there within the culture, wealthy allusions to herbs and smokes utilized in various capacities, and the extra fascinating solutions and questions are approximately what there isn't within the culture, and why.
And alongside the way in which, the spectrum of an adventure of residing mystical lifestyle is explored, and the romantic idealization and redemptive strength of either Psychedelia and faith are touched and felt deeply, within the context of exceptional groups and people who have skilled the glories and the disasters of both.
Join Yoseph Leib on his travels and reports all through Jerusalem, ny, and Rainbow kingdom U.S.A, looking for information approximately how hashish and psychedelics have and feature now not been utilized in either old and rising Hassidic traditions, and what the way in which now we have regarding our wants for medications, gods, and intoxicants can train us approximately how we relate to ourselves, our group, and our G-d. the wonderful challenge of the way what we will be able to research can set us loose, in all types of the way.